Cranfield invites applications for postgrad courses

00.00 | 30 November 2011 | | 1 comment

Cranfield University is now accepting applications to its postgraduate programme in Driver Behaviour (MSc, PGDip & PGCert), with a deadline for applications on August 31.

The unique courses are aimed at practicing driver trainers and crash investigators, along with road, fleet and health and safety managers who wish to enhance their skills and knowledge of the human factors in driving. The course is also suitable for students wishing to pursue a research career in road safety.

Students will be taught by a team of full-time academic staff and guest experts with a range of expertise in many aspects of driver behaviour and education. 

The University’s staff are experienced practitioners/researchers and have an international reputation in the human factors field.

The full/part time courses will allow students to enhance their knowledge of this safety area, while improving their career prospects.

For more information email: or call 01234 758223.

Click here to read more about the course.


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    I am currently looking into postgrad courses and have also found the MSc in Road and Vehicle Safety at Loughborough University.

    Both courses look to have their merits for professionals across all aspects of road safety, for those of you that are interested.

    Matt, Cambs
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