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International Conference in Driver Behaviour and Training

11 July 2011

 The Fifth International Conference in Driver Behaviour and Training (ICDBT5) will be held in Paris from 29th to 30th November 2011 and promises to be the most successful conference yet.

The ICDBT hosted by Cranfield University aims to debate new initiatives in the scientific enquiry of road user behaviour, education and training. The conference has been praised by delegates representing some 30 different countries for its academic content and practitioner-oriented approach.

 The ICDBT5 has received an unprecedented number of good quality papers and includes a symposium on Work Related Risk. The conference combines an insightful and stimulating programme with a top class venue in Paris – The Tapis Rouge which was the site of the Capital’s first department in 1785 and is now a highly sought after conference venue.

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