RTSA PROVIDES AN EXCITING AND CONVENIENT PORTAL TO THE TECHNICAL WORLD OF RAILWAYS. IT PROVIDES OPPORTUNITIES TO LEARN AND NETWORK WITH PEERS. AND ALSO THE OPPORTUNITY TO ATTEND CONFERENCES AND SITE EVENTS.
RTSA is linked in to specialist railway libraries and the network provides the opportunity to share and disseminate knowledge. RTSA has its own newsletter embedded in Australasia’s foremost Track & Signal magazine, and all our members can enjoy the full Track & Signal experience including leading articles from industry leaders.
RTSA’s activities strongly encourage learning and excellence in practice so we provide a large number of awards and scholarships annually. We reach into our potential membership by conducting sessions where we put University Students and Industry Representatives into a congenial atmosphere. The students are able to ask all those questions they have been afraid to ask and get answers from real practitioners.
On learning, RTSA has over 60 chapter led sessions around Australasia every year where members and guests can listen to emerging and exciting technical innovation. We also conduct field visits, called STORE, where we investigate, on the ground, what is happening in a part of the industry. Recent STORE’s include Light Rail and Regional Rail and Heavy Haul.
There’s plenty of things to do and discuss with like-minded colleagues in an industry that is rolling out the latest technology.
If you are in Australia:
NOTE: If you are registering as an individual for RTSA membership and are NOT an Engineers Australia member (EA), you will first need to create a free EA online services account here which will provide you with a Unique ID. The Unique ID will then be emailed to you within two weeks at which point you will then be able to login and register your membership with RTSA here. If you are already an EA member, register your membership with RTSA using your existing Unique ID here.
Need to update your membership details? You can do this via the EA online services portal using your Unique ID here.
If you are in New Zealand: