4 June 2018

4-10 June 2018
Child Safety Week
Organised by CAPT • Nationwide
Child Safety Week 2018 takes place between 4-10 June and is running with the tagline ‘Safe Children – together we’ve got this!’. CAPT says the theme provides a great opportunity to establish or continue partnership working – offering an opportunity to pool budgets and resources to reach more parents, carers and children. More

12 June 2018

12-13 June 2018
Behavioural Change Course (two days)
Organised by Road Safety GB Academy in partnership with Derbyshire County Council • Markham Vale, Derbyshire
This two-day course covers: understanding road user behaviour; behavioural models; behavioural change techniques; behavioural insights; mapping behaviours; and developing interventions using behavioural models and change techniques.
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This course is fully subscribed – no further availability

12-13 June 2018
3rd International Child Road Safety Forum
Organised by Fundación Gonzalo Rodríguez • Buenos Aires (Argentina)
This two-day event will promote exchange between road safety stakeholders from different parts of the world. The objective is to facilitate the exchange of knowledge, experiences and best practices for the development of road safety management. More

13 June 2018

13-15 June 2018
City Cycling Festival
Organised by London Cycling Campaign & City of London Corporation • London
This three-day festival will celebrate 200 years of cycling in the Capital. It includes events and exhibits displaying the best of London’s cycling culture, as well as guided rides between three sites in the City of London covering the past, present and future of cycling. More

13 June 2018
Brake’s Kids Walk
Organised by Brake • Nationwide
Organised to promote road safety and the health benefits of walking, Brake’s Giant Walk (previously known as Brake’s Giant Walk) aims to engage children about the dangers they face travelling to school. Aimed at 4-11 year-olds, Brake is urging schools to use the event as a focal point for lessons about road safety and is providing resources, advice and guidance to help teachers plan lessons around their walk. More

13 June 2018
Connected and autonomous vehicles – moving towards autonomy (webinar)
Organised by Brake Professional • online
The webinar will see leading academics and practitioners discuss the latest technology being developed and tested across the world and will explore what fleet managers should be doing now to prepare effectively for what lies ahead. More

13 June 2018
‘Considerate Cycling – Why do so many people in the City have a problem with people on bicycles and what can we do about it?’
Organised by the City of London Corporation • Guildhall
Held as part of the City Cycling Festival (13-15 June), this panel discussion will provide attendees with the opportunity to quiz experts from cycling and walking organisations, as well as, journalists who report on issues affecting cycling within the City of London. More

17 June 2018

17 June 2018
Saddle and Sole – Festival of Walking and Cycling 
Organised by Haringey, Hackney and Islington Councils • Finsbury Park
This family fun festival features a host of walking and cycling activities, information and advice. Stalls on offer include free cycle racing, cycle training, fun try out bikes, fun walks, as well as family fun activities including a bouncy castle. There will also be a bike market, scooter sales, scooter training and free bike servicing. More

18 June 2018

18-24 June 2018
Ride to Work Week
Organised by the Motorcycle Industry Association • Nationwide
Ride to Work week is for those working in the motorcycle industry to draw attention to the many advantages of riding a motorcycle or scooter to work. It is also for employers who want to encourage and reward staff who take up less space in the car park and come to work on time! And of course it’s for riders who want to share how great commuting via motorcycle or scooter is. More

20 June 2018

20-21 June 2018
Road Safety Data Course
Organised by Road Safety GB Academy and hosted by Sefton Council • Waterloo, Merseyside
This two-day course covers a range of topics and includes hands-on assignments working with road safety data.
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20-21 June 2018
International Conference on ‘Road Safety: a company’s responsibility?’
Organised by the International Road Federation • Paris
The aim of this conference is to strengthen the debate on the role of the company in improving road safety. Delegate will hear how investing in road safety can have a very positive impact; not only on reducing the number of deaths but also on its notoriety, its competitiveness and the creation of wealth. More

21 June 2018

21-22 June (part one) & 25-26 July (part two) 2018
Road Safety Practitioner Foundation Course
Hosted by Newcastle City Council • Newcastle upon Tyne
The Road Safety Practitioner Foundation Course aims to provide participants with an overview of the knowledge and skills they need to effectively and safely deliver a road safety educational intervention.
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Course cancelled

26 June 2018

26-27 June 2018
Road Safety, Technology and Enforcement Conference
Organised by Road Safety Support • Frankfurt
With the strapline ‘One Direction, a Shared Journey’, this two-day conference will focus on four key issues: enforcement technology, autonomous vehicles, data and road safety strategies. More

27 June 2018

27-28 June 2018
Traffex ‘Seeing is Believing’
Organised by Traffex • Leicestershire
This event brings you the ‘inside-out’ of the highways maintenance and traffic management world with both an indoor exhibition and outside demonstration zones. Four live demonstrations will show, for the first time in public, the effects of crashing into a traditional, rigid lamp-post at high speed vs the same crash into a ‘passive’ lamp-post, as well as a low-speed urban crash into a lightweight aluminium signpost. More

28 June 2018

28-29 June 2018
Cycle City Active Manchester 2018
Organised by Landor Links • University of Manchester
The sixth edition of this annual event will take place in Manchester. Sponsored by Transport for Greater Manchester, the event will feature plenary presentations by professionals from the UK and beyond with expertise and influence in cycle policy, promotion and infrastructure, as well as an exhibition. For more information contact Daniel Simpson via email.