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Building Road Safety Engineering and Audits Capacity – five day course

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Road safety audits can tackle problems on roads – image copyright Susanna Zammataro
IRF Geneva, the Tanzania Roads Association (TARA), Tanzania Transportation Technology Transfer (TanT2) Centre and TANROADS are pleased to join hands and to present the International Course on Road Safety Engineering and Audits which will take place at Julius Nyerere International Convention Centre, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania from 23 to 27 July 2018.

This five-day course comprises a wide range of lectures, workshops and an intensive practical hands-on training delivered by experts of international reputation. The course provides participants with practical information on how to conduct a road safety audit. Participants learn how to improve transportation safety by applying a proactive approach that includes examination of a future or existing road. Participants will have  the opportunity to work in teams to investigate and analyse a real-life case study and design an appropriate remedial programme.

Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to:

• Review the Road Safety Situation in their Respective Countries;
• Discuss Road Safety Audit (RSA) Concepts;
• Identify and Explain Steps for Conducting RSA;
• Perform RSA as a Member of a Team;
• Explain the Way Forward in Addressing RSA Related Issues in their Areas of Jurisdiction

Delegates completing this course will receive a Continuous Professional Development (CPD) Certificate of Attendance, recognised by the Engineers Registration Board of Tanzania.

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