A taster session for the practitioner foundation course and a presentation looking at how to deal with trauma caused by road traffic collisions will both feature in the fringe programme at the National Road Safety Conference 2014.
The fringe is a new development being introduced at the national conference in Brighton in November 2014. The fringe will run alongside the main programme and delegates will be free to choose which presentations they wish to attend from each.
In her presentation, ‘RTAs and how to let go of the trauma’, Caroline Purvey will introduce TRE (Total Release Experience) – a way to release from such events without the need to talk, thereby preventing the physical body getting stressed, anxious or traumatised.
Ms Purvey, a former teacher and now CEO of TRE UK, travels around the country teaching the technique which is helping hundreds of people to permanently release symptoms of stress, tension, anxiety, trauma and PTSD.
The Road Safety Practitioner Foundation Course taster session will be presented by Ian Edwards, who developed the course in 2013 in partnership with the Road Safety GB Academy.
National Road Safety Conference
The 2014 National Road Safety Conference is being hosted by Road Safety GB South East region at The Grand in Brighton, 25-26 November. The event is co-sponsored by Colas and AA DriveTech.
More than 140 people have already registered to attend and 13 organisations have booked to exhibit alongside the conference.
Click here for more information about the agenda and themes, click here for delegate fees and to register to attend, click here for information about exhibiting at the event – or here for information about sponsorship. For more information about the event contact either Sally Bartrum or Nick Rawlings on 01379 650112.