Dates announced for new behavioural change course
Road Safety GB Academy has announced the first three dates and venues for the new one-day behavioural change course it has developed in partnership with Ian Edwards of eDrivingSolutions.
The course is designed to give road safety practitioners an insight into the world of behavioural change models and techniques, and how interventions can be developed that will look at the underlying issues associated with risk related behaviour, and ultimately collisions.
The course is suitable for experienced and new road safety practitioners and can be used as a pre-cursor to, or an extension of, the Road Safety Practitioner Foundation Course.
The course is assessment based and will soon be accredited by City and Guilds. The course fee is £110 for Road Safety GB Academy members and £170 for non-members (both prices plus VAT).
The first course will be held on Wednesday 13 May at Marlow Fire Station in Buckinghamshire. The second course will be held on 15 June at Aylesford in Kent, with the third being held on 29 July at County Hall in Hertford. All courses will run 09.00 - 16.15.
Road safety teams interested in hosting a course should contact Cheryl Evans, head of training at the Road Safety GB Academy.
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