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Postgraduate Qualifications in Driver Behaviour

24 April 2012

Postgraduate qualifications in Driver Behaviour

Cranfield University is now accepting applications to its postgraduate programme in Driver Behaviour (MSc, PGDip & PGCert).

These unique courses are aimed at practicing driver trainers and crash investigators, along with road, fleet and health and safety managers who wish to enhance their skills and knowledge of the human factors in driving.

You will be taught by a team of full-time academic staff and guest experts with a range of expertise in many aspects of driver behaviour and education. Our staff are both experienced practitioners and/or researchers and have an international reputation in the human factors field.


Highlights

· Improve your career prospects

· Full-time and part-time courses

· Flexible study programmes

· Enhance your knowledge of this safety critical area


For further information please contact r.wiseman@cranfield.ac.uk or telephone 01234 75822.

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