Behavioural Change Course for Highways Engineers (one day)
£129 for Road Safety GB Academy members (plus VAT)
£189 for non-members (plus VAT)
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The Academy has recently been accepted as an Approved Training Provider to the Chartered Institution of Highways & Transportation (CIHT).
As a result, a new one-day Behavioural Change Course aimed at the highways engineering profession has been developed, which will satisfy the CPD needs of highway engineers.
Background to course
This course is essential CPD learning for civil highway engineers, urban planners and other related disciplines around the development of infrastructure that will impact on the safety of road users. It will provide them with a wider understanding of the relationship between the built environment and the ‘road user’, enabling them to explore, design and implement infrastructure that will take into account the limitations of the ‘human’ in the system.
The course will explore:
- A wide range of behavioural change models and theories that will develop a participant's understanding of the complexity of human behaviour.
- How to apply models and theories to the development of road safety interventions.
- How people make decisions and how these can be influenced by the physical and social environment.
Who should attend this course?
This course is essential learning for highways engineers and students undertaking civil highway engineering, urban planning training and other related education and training courses that will involve the improvement of road safety.
For more information and/or to have a one-to-one discussion about the content of the course please contact:
Date(s) and venue(s) for the course
25 March 2020
Hosted by CIHT • Central London
Book this course
22 April 2020
Hosted by Lancashire County Council • Preston, Lancs
Course fully subscribed – no further availability
Course booking terms, conditions and cancellation policy (PDF download)