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CIECA Congres 2011 - Call for Papers

1 October 2010

CIECA, the International Commission for Driver Testing Authorities, and the Authority for Transport in Malta (ATM) have announced the theme and sub-themes for its 43rd Congress on 26 and 27 May 2011.
The Congress will focus on the foundations of driver training and education which are necessary to improve road safety. Abstracts and Curriculum Vitae (in English, French or German) are required by 12 November 2010.
More information is available here.
 

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