January 2018


16-17 January 2018
Managing Work Related Road Safety
Organised by Road Safety GB Academy in partnership with Derbyshire County Council • Markham Vale, Chesterfield, Derbyshire
This two-day course explains and illustrates how companies and other organisations can simply and effectively manage work-related road risk.
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18 January 2018
Road safety delivery in a primary school setting
Organised by Road Safety GB Academy in partnership with Derbyshire County Council • Markham Vale, Chesterfield, Derbyshire
This one-day course is designed to develop a road safety practitioner’s skills to deliver an effective and engaging road safety intervention to primary school children.
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23-24 January 2018 (Part one) & 6-7 March (Part two)
Road Safety Practitioner Foundation Course
Organised by Road Safety GB Academy in partnership with Cambridgeshire County Council’s Road Safety Team • Huntingdon, Cambs
The Road Safety Practitioner Foundation Course aims to provide participants with an overview of the knowledge and skills they need to effectively and safely deliver a road safety educational intervention.
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29-30 January 2018
Behavioural Change – Applied Human Factors (two days)
Organised by Road Safety GB International in partnership with the German Jordanian University (GDU) • Amman, Jordan
This two-day course covering applied human factors in road safety is delivered at GJU in Amman by highly qualified and experienced tutors from the Road Safety GB Academy. The course is essential learning for students undertaking civil highway engineering, urban planning training and other related education and training courses that will involve the improvement of road safety.
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To book this course contact Mariam Alazzeh at GJU by email.


February 2018


1-2 February 2018
CCL Train the Trainer Course (two days)

Organised by West Berkshire Council • Newbury
Local authorities wishing to become a service provider licenced to deliver the ADI CCL course will first need to have a qualified approved driving instructor (ADI) in place to deliver the course. The nominated ADI will need to attend a ‘train the trainer’ course provided by Road Safety GB, which gives the ADI (trainer) and service provider the skills and information they need to run their own CCL courses for local ADIs. The fee to attend the two-day train the trainer course is £250.
A leaflet giving more information about the CCL course and the CCL Train the Trainer course is available for download from the members’ area on the Road Safety GB website.
For more information about the venue for the West Berkshire course contact Cheryl Evans
Any local authority wishing to book an ADI onto the course should contact Sally Bartrum

6-7 February 2018 (Part one) & 13-14 March 2018 (Part two)
Road Safety Practitioner Foundation Course
Organised by Road Safety GB Academy in partnership with Derbyshire County Council • Alfreton, Derbyshire
The Road Safety Practitioner Foundation Course aims to provide participants with an overview of the knowledge and skills they need to effectively and safely deliver a road safety educational intervention.
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12-13 February 2018
Behavioural Change Course (two days)
Organised by Road Safety GB Academy in partnership with Glasgow City Council • Glasgow
This two-day course covers: understanding road user behaviour; behavioural models; behavioural change techniques; behavioural insights; mapping behaviours; and developing interventions using behavioural models and change techniques.
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14 February 2018
Road safety delivery in a primary school setting
Organised by Road Safety GB Academy in partnership with Road Safety Wales • Elan Valley, Rhayador, Powys
This one-day course is designed to develop a road safety practitioner’s skills to deliver an effective and engaging road safety intervention to primary school children.
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15 February 2018
Road safety delivery in a primary school setting
Organised by Road Safety GB Academy in partnership with Road Safety Wales • Elan Valley, Rhayador, Powys
This one-day course is designed to develop a road safety practitioner’s skills to deliver an effective and engaging road safety intervention to primary school children.
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28 February & 22 March 2018
ADI CCL Course (two days)
Organised by Transport for Buckinghamshire • Marlow, Bucks
This two-day course is designed to help driving instructors to develop the vital client centred learning (CCL) skills as required by the DVSA.
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Contact June Howlett at Transport for Buckinghamshire (01296 382338) for more information or to book a place on the course.


March 2018


5-6 March 2018
Behavioural Change Course (two days)

Organised by Road Safety GB Academy in partnership with City of York Council  • York
The two-day course covers: understanding road user behaviour; behavioural models; behavioural change techniques; behavioural insights; mapping behaviours; and developing interventions using behavioural models and change techniques.
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13-14 March 2018
Road Safety Evaluation (two days)
Organised by Road Safety GB Academy in partnership with Road Safety Analysis • Banbury • Oxfordshire
This two-day course covers a wide range of topics including reasons for evaluation, E-Valu-It, before and after studies, and how to plan and pilot an evaluation.
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21-22 March 2018
Behavioural Change Course (two days)
Hosted by Cheshire Fire & Rescue Service in association with Road Safety GB Academy • Winsford, Cheshire
The two-day course covers: understanding road user behaviour; behavioural models; behavioural change techniques; behavioural insights; mapping behaviours; and developing interventions using behavioural models and change techniques.
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29 March 2018
Road safety delivery in a primary school setting
Hosted by Road Safety GB Academy in partnership with Cheshire Fire & Rescue Service • Winsford, Cheshire
This one-day course is designed to develop a road safety practitioner’s skills to deliver an effective and engaging road safety intervention to primary school children.
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This course is fully subscribed – no further availability


April 2018

4-5 April 2018
Behavioural Change – Applied Human Factors (two days)
Organised by Road Safety GB International in partnership with the German Jordanian University (GDU) • Amman, Jordan
This two-day course covering applied human factors in road safety is delivered at GJU in Amman by highly qualified and experienced tutors from the Road Safety GB Academy. The course is essential learning for students undertaking civil highway engineering, urban planning training and other related education and training courses that will involve the improvement of road safety.
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To book this course contact Mariam Alazzeh at GJU by email.

24-25 April 2018
Road Safety Data Course
Organised by Road Safety GB Academy in partnership with Agilysis • Banbury, Oxfordshire
This two-day course covers a range of topics and includes hands-on assignments working with road safety data.
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May 2018


15-16 May 2018
Road Safety Evaluation (two days)
Organised by Road Safety GB Academy in partnership with Road Safety Analysis • Banbury • Oxfordshire
This two-day course covers a wide range of topics including reasons for evaluation, E-Valu-It, before and after studies, and how to plan and pilot an evaluation.
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July 2018


11-12 July 2018
Behavioural Change – Applied Human Factors (two days)
Organised by Road Safety GB International in partnership with the German Jordanian University (GDU) • Amman, Jordan
This two-day course covering applied human factors in road safety is delivered at GJU in Amman by highly qualified and experienced tutors from the Road Safety GB Academy. The course is essential learning for students undertaking civil highway engineering, urban planning training and other related education and training courses that will involve the improvement of road safety.
More about this course
To book this course contact Mariam Alazzeh at GJU by email.