TMS offers an extensive range of training courses in the field of Road Safety, Traffic Management, Highway Design and Highway Maintenance. All of our courses offer a 'hands on' approach to training and are recognised for CPD by the IHE and CIHT.
TMS has presented over 1,500 training courses and seminars for Local Authorities and Consultancies as well as for organisations such as RoSPA, PTRC, CIHT, IHE and LARSOA (now RoadSafetyGB). Experienced trainers from TMS will present all courses. Where appropriate, external speakers from leading Local Authorities and Consultancies will be called upon to enhance specific course sessions.
All of our training courses are designed to give delegates a sound understanding of the underlying principles of the work areas together with practical experience and knowledge of good and bad practice. Delegates will gain a good working knowledge and a broader understanding of the subject area together with the confidence to put their new skills into practice in the workplace.
The training courses are all designed to provide high quality Continuing Professional Development (CPD) training. They are recognised by both the CIHT and IHE.
Attendance on all courses is generally limited to 16 delegates to encourage active participation and to ensure there is ample time to deal with individual questions. Case studies and small workshop groups are used to give practical experience on each subject. This is mainly to encourage delegates to share ideas and to provide opportunity for one-to-one sessions.
The above training courses will take place at conference facilities either in COVENTRY or LONDON, unless otherwise stated in the course information. Delegates will receive full details of the venue with the course joining instructions, which will be sent out no later than 2 weeks prior to the start of the course. Delegates are advised not to arrange any travel or accommodation unless they have received the full joining instructions from TMS for the course they are attending.
If delegates require accommodation it is the sole responsibility of the delegate to arrange their own accommodation and settle their own accounts.