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All new 2010 Railroad Study Center
Sign up today to get your time reserved in the new 
"ARC-Tech.Net Study Center" Stanton, Kentucky
ARC-Tech.Net Opening January 11, 2010 
Study Center Stanton, Kentucky
Track Labor *Technicians 
ARC-Tech.Net provides the highest quality FRA 213.7 Qualified & ARC-Tech.Net Certification available through the new ARC-Tech.Net Study Center.
 
The ARC-Tech.Net Study Center is a computer lab. ARC-Tech.Net is not a classroom but rather a place where you can ask questions as you are self taught on  ARC-Tech.Net Study Center computers.
 
ARC-Tech.Net Study Center Fees include but not limited to (National Railroad Contractors Association) NRC Railroad Track Hand Tool Safety Training (1-hr), NRC Railroad Track Power Tool Safety Training (1-hr.) 
 
After training  you will be listed and resumes sent out to railroads and contractors looking for your skills* by www.RailroadJobs.Biz to build and repair railroad track nationwide. Railroad track labor start out at $50K a year, all expenses paid when working all the hours offered to you by some of the 600 Railroad Contractors and 600 Shortline Railroads, RailroadJobs.Biz calls on each month.
*providing you qualify
 
 
Rail Technicians VS field trained Track Worker
It has been our experience that, a field trained track worker can change or fix ties or a piece of rail for 20 years and may never know why he changes the particular tie or rail he does. The field trained track worker changes or fixes the track based on what a formal trained Rail Technician has told worker to fix. 
 
A formal trained Rail Technician with no field railroad experience can be trained in less then 100 hours and can be the one telling a field trained track worker with 20 years experience what ties and rail needs changed or fixed.
*Technician is generally someone in a technological field who has a relatively practical understanding of the general theoretical principles of that field, e.g., as compared to an engineer in that field. They are generally much more versed in technique compared to the average layperson, or even the professional in that field. A mid-level of understanding of theory, and a high-level of technique, is generally mastered by the technician in order to become a expert in a specific tool domain. This may be part of a larger (production) process. Hence, an audio technician, while not as learned in acoustics as a physicist or an acoustical engineer, will generally know more than other studio personnel.

Technicians may be found working in a variety of fields, and they usually have a job title with the designation 'technician' following the particular category of work. Thus a 'stage technician' is a worker who provides technical support for putting on a play, while a 'medical technician' is an employee who provides technical support in the medical industry or to the medical profession.

 Study Center includes 6 extras, no extra cost

1) Everything Railroad is now available 
on your Blackberry and IPhone
 
 
2) ARC-Tech.Net Study Center Includes   
National Railroad Contractors Association 
Hand Tool & Power Tool testing
 

 

3) Some people learn better, hands on, ARC-Tech.Net has found that Non-profit Railroads are one of the best places to learn hands on.  ARC-Tech.Net as part of the Study Center will pay the first year membership for ARC-Tech.Net approved state owned or tour non-profit railroad.

4) RailroadJobs.Biz will after you have been trained, start your railroad career by listing you with your resume on the Contractors/Intern page.
 
5) RailroadJobs.Biz will list your resume for life on the RailroadJobs.Biz extra board page and skills page until you find the job you want or are permanently placed.
 
6) Once you have hire agreement
ARC-Tech.Net will pay for your e-railsafe background check. (Does not apply to Intern period)

Home Addition

Only Cash

Government Grant

FRA 214 Railroad Workplace Safety

$495.00/ 2 payments of $250

$ 730.00

STUDY CENTER OPTION 

Study Center

$120.00 /3days

$ 120.00/3days

Subtotal

$615.00 / 2 payments of $310

$ 850.00 /2 payments of $425

Estimated Expanses

$150.00/3days

$ 150.00/3days

Total…………………

$765.00

$1000.00

Home Addition

Only Cash

Government Grant

FRA 213 Track Safety Standards

$495.00/ 2 payments of $250

$ 730.00

STUDY CENTER OPTION 

Study Center

$120.00 /3days

$ 120.00/3days

Subtotal

$615.00 / 2 payments of $310

$ 850.00 / 2 payments of $425

Estimated Expanses

$150.00/3days

$ 150.00/3days

Total…………………

$765.00

$1000.00

Home Addition

Only Cash

Government Grant

FRA 213 TSS & FRA 214 RWS

$ 745.00 / 2 payments of $375

$1125.00

STUDY CENTER OPTION 

Study Center

$ 150.00 /5days

$  150.00 /5days

Subtotal

$ 895.00 / 3 payments of $300

$1275.00 / 2 payments of $650

Estimated Expanses

$ 250.00/5days

$  250.00/5days

Total…………………..

$1145.00

$1525.00

 

 

 
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