"This was an excellent course which has been instrumental in changing how we deliver educational messages and our approach to evaluation. I think this is perfectly pitched at phase II level of experience so find the name somewhat misleading. Phase II (as was) delivered a comprehensive overview of road safety, whereas this is tailored to delivery of educational interventions. Therefore the Foundation course could be a series of subject lead courses – this one being on education."
Su Ormes, Principal Road Safety Officer, Safer Journeys Team, Medway Council • 01634 331710
"Thank you for a fantastic practitioners course which ticked all the boxes for me as a road safety professional. But a personal thank you, for the individuality that you displayed as a tutor towards each of us within the class and allowing such opportunity to flourish. I have taken these positives back to my department and hope in the near future to see the practitioner’s course welcomed in Cornwall."
Firefighter Darren Berrey, Road Safety Project Co-ordinator, Cornwall Fire & Rescue Service • 07976 462719
"I was very, very impressed with the course. The course encouraged me to look at issues in ways that I have not previously considered and given me another 'tool' to utilise to lower collision rates. It was thought provoking, interesting and encouraged (very) lively debates. I would highly recommend this course to anyone that is considering it."
PC Brian McDonnell, Traffic Management Officer for The City of Westminster and The Government Security Zone
"I found this excellent; the trainer was extremely knowledgeable and helped us develop our ideas on road safety, pointing out complications and pitfalls and gave us a whistle stop tour of behavioural psychology, including some directly applicable tools in helping educate road users. He also explained how best to plan, implement and evaluate road safety interventions. I'd thoroughly recommend this course to those for whom road safety is a consideration as part of their job, including police, road safety officers, and planners."
Ben Knowles, Camden Council