Trainings consist of benchmarks, best practice and provision of examples from international experience as well as methodological trainings on principles in cost-benefit and economic analyses, cost calculations, Fee and Tariff calculations (such as Track Access Charges and charges for application procedures etc.), subsidy calculations (such as PSO and MAC) etc.
For safety different subjects have been trained on infrastructure, rolling stock, operations and other safety relevant topics to implement a common safety system according to European standards.
The development and implementation of basic contracting negotiation with operator and infrastructure manager on costs and subsidies have been carried out. Respective directives have been formulated and finalized with the stakeholders during such training and workshops.
Finally procedures and process in the Ministry work as an important authority in the railway sector have been implemented to allow the railway sector to become liberalized according to the European standards and rules.