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The modelling of junctions, road networks and public transport systems provides fundamental information to support decisions taken on future land uses, investment in the transport system and other policy interventions. With modelling tools ranging from “simple” equations through to highly complex mathematical, algorithm based systems, many people responsible for commissioning modelling activities find modelling a daunting area of responsibility. This course provides an introduction to the modelling tools commonly used, providing delegates with an understanding of the applicability of different models to various situations, and equips practitioners with simple techniques for checking model outputs.More information here...Course Fees
Standard Fee: £525 + VAT
CILT Member/ Local Authority/ Charity Fee: £475 + VAT
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The reduction in personnel within many local authorities has led to internal staff and term consultants having to become familiar with wider and varying areas of activity, often without being provided sufficient training on the legal requirements placed on highway authorities. In addition, current pressures on the management of a highway network plus the delivery of projects can often mean that not all practitioners have a clear understanding of the powers, duties, legal and administrative bases on which these are maintained, managed and promoted.
This one-day course provides an essential insight into the distinction between law and guidance and the risks that can arise from any departure. It will cover the main duties, statutory and discretionary powers and obligations placed on highway and traffic practitioners by UK highway and traffic legislation.Find out more information here...Course Fees
Standard Fee: £365 + VAT
CILT Member/ Local Authority/ Charity Fee: £345 + VAT?
When: 15 July 2020, 17:00 - 18:00Where: ZoomSpeakers:
The lockdown has seen a significant decline in car traffic, largely because the need to travel was removed. At the same time, the importance of freight transport in our daily lives has been highlighted. As we now exit the lockdown, it is important to retain as much of this car reduction as possible. However, current demand and government regulations are not helpful in supporting public transport use for those journeys that cannot be done by active travel. For freight, it is important that deliveries remain efficient while also contributing to decarbonisation. The purpose of the event is to reflect upon the importance of these changes in passenger and freight transport demand, consider what steps could be taken to further support these, and the wider implications for the logistics and transport sector.
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In recent years, cycling has experienced an unprecedented renaissance in the UK. With support from high profile politicians, such as the London Mayor, increased funding allocations and growing recognition of the societal value of take-up, cycling can be expected to maintain its place in the public spotlight. However, it isn’t all good news - cycling participation in the UK remains low compared to other European countries, and fears over road safety and a sometimes poor image contribute to significant gender, race and socio-economic variations in participation levels.
The increasing concerns over reducing road congestion and carbon emissions, and the desire to promote public health and fitness, are some of the factors why cycling is frequently encouraged as a sustainable mode of transport. This course investigates policy, technical and societal issues underpinning current cycling levels and explores proven methods of increasing cycling participation rates and take-up on the ground.Find out more information here...Course Fees
When: 21 July 2020Where: OnlineSpeaker: Various
We have several speakers joining us for this webinar to discuss strategies for creating Mobility Hubs in Scotland, taking inspiration and learnings from examples in The Netherlands.• CoMo’s work on Mobility Hubs and the rural context - Richard Dilks, CoMo• Challenges of Rural Transport in Scotland – Jenny Milne, JLM• A strategic study for Mobility Hubs in the South East of Scotland - Julie Vinders, SEStran• Mobility Hubs - How to Plan for Success - Martin Courtz, Province of Drenthe• Implementing Mobility Hubs in a rural area - Friso Metz, AdvierThe event will give plenty of time for questions with a panel Q&A session. If you'd like to attend this free event, please hit the link: REGISTER HERE
When: 22 July 12:30 - 20:00Where: West Essex Golf Club, Bury Road, Chingford, London, E4 7QL
Since 2017 this match has been played annually at different golf clubs between teams of 8 from each golf society. The match concludes with a dinner and prize-giving in the Clubhouse.West Essex Golf Club (“The West”) is a members’ golf club in North Chingford, about 10 minutes from the M25. It is a top-rated championship parkland course winding its way through Epping Forest and should provide a challenging venue for this match.Cost: Members £50.00For more information or to book contact Paul Symes directly.The Clubhouse and surrounds have wheelchair access but not on the golf course. Golf buggies are available for hire from the Pro Shop for those with mobility issues.
This course will run on two days - 28 July 2020 and 4 August 2020
This course is a ‘must attend’ for any practitioner who may need to give evidence as an expert witness on behalf of a local authority, the private sector or promoter of a development.
Simulating the real life speed and pressure of an Inquiry or Appeal environment, the course provides all the key
background knowledge and skills support to help delegates formulate and articulate their arguments both in written and spoken form, and also helping them to build on their existing professional experience to develop the core skills needed to demonstrate strong and persuasive arguments.
A unique part of this course is that each delegate will receive individual coaching and mentoring support during the course from our expert tutors, and will also receive a personal evaluation sheet and suggested development plan within one week of finishing the course, for them to reflect upon personally and to integrate into their professional development plan. Feedback from our last 2 courses, both delivered to Highways Agency staff, said that this feature of the training programme was extremely helpful and valuable. Find out more information here...Course Fees
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