Wednesday, 3 October 2012

Dutch university goes global


Students listen to Noel Brett, CEO of Ireland's Road Safety Authority
This month we are pleased to be supporting a skills development project led by Delft Technical University. Around 20 road safety researchers, NGO campaigners and government transport officials from countries including India, Malaysia, Mexico, Nigeria and Russia are participating during October in an intensive two week course on traffic safety at the prestigious Dutch university, where they will learn both theory and practice from world-leading academics and frontline practioners. The course, Road Safety for All, is intended to equip participants with the latest 'Safe Systems' thinking and real life experiences of implementing road injury prevention programmes. The course is being co-funded through the Road Safety Fund's Small Grants Programme, made possible through the support of companies including Allianz and Bosch.

1 comment:

  1. An educative course with diverse participants in a conducive learning environment.