TMS offer the ten day RoSPA Road Safety Engineering course in two different formats. Both training courses satisfy Highways England training requirements for ten days formal training for Road Safety Auditors, currently set out in HD19/15.
The ten day Road Safety Engineering course comprises a wide range of lectures and workshops in the first week and practical work in the second week. The training is carried out over two consecutive working weeks.
The ten day Road Safety Engineering course is also available in modular format; it covers the same topics as the full ten day course and is equivalent to the same number of CPD days.
The modular course consists of a total of six days of course attendance (three separate 2 day modules). This is followed by four day assessed practical case study in delegates’ own time. This can help delegates to manage costs and time away from their office.
The following training courses are ideal for qualified Road Safety Auditors who wish to gain their annual two days' CPD training (Highways England national requirement for Road Safety Auditors).
A minimum of two days CPD in the field of Road Safety Audit, Collision Investigation or Road Safety Engineering (in the past 12 months) is required in order to continue to undertake road safety audits on the trunk and motorway networks in the UK.
These courses are promoted as a RoSPA course and will be technically assessed and quality controlled by RoSPA.
A new two day course designed to provide up to date information on a range of subjects which should be of interest to anyone currently involved in delivering road safety interventions or related initiatives.
The course will provide a refresher to anyone who has previously attended the ten day RoSPA Road Safety Engineering course (more than three years ago). Please note attendance on that course is not a requirement of attending this new CPD course.
This two day Advanced Road Safety Engineering course suitable for any road safety professionals who wish to enhance their knowledge of road safety engineering issues.
Ideally candidates will have attended either the ten day RoSPA Road Safety Engineering Course or the Modular Road Safety Engineering course or will have worked in this field for at least two years.