Devon launches post-2010 targets course

10.14 | 19 June 2009 | | 1 comment

Devon County Council is offering a new course to help road safety professionals meet post-2010 targets for casualty reduction by making best use of available sources of evidence.

Participants will complete a number of online learning activities (with tutor support) prior to attending a two-day course in Devon in September. The course will cover how to find evidence in an efficient manner and how to interpret the results of published research.

For a full review of the course, ‘evidence based practice in road safety casualty reduction’, visit: or for further information contact Jeremy Phillips.



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    A really useful course for anybody who is interested in following and evidence-based approach towards casualty reduction.

    Andy Wilson, Knowsley MBC Merseyside
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