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Training for low and middle income countries

7 March 2016

Delft Road Safety Courses (DRSC) in association with FIA Foundation has announced a new two week course on road safety in low and middle income countries.  The course will be held at 11th - 23rd September 2016, at Delft University of Technology  in the Netherlands.

The course will focus on organizational subjects (policy development, agenda and target setting, implementation of action plans, financing, research programmes) and safety measures in the area of engineering, enforcement and education. A central question to be dealt with is how to implement the principles that underpin the so-called Safe Systems approach in LIMC’s.

Participants will learn to develop a road safety plan and to set up local programmes. All lectures, discussions and course materials will be in English.

More information is available here.

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