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We're looking for two IHE members interested in volunteering their time to take part in a pilot course for a new Professional Certificate in Temporary Traffic Management Design.
The Highway Inspectors Board, managed by the IHE, has said that the ongoing review and delayed publication of the Highways Code of Practice Well Managed Highways would not impact on the training of highway inspectors to the UKRLG accredited scheme.
The IHE has welcomed the launch of the Strategic Transport Apprenticeship Taskforce (STAT) and its aim to boost apprenticeships in transport.
The 2016 Annual General Meeting of the Institute of Highway Engineers will be held on 21 June 2016 at Parkway Cinema, Flemingate, Beverley HU17 0PW commencing at 11.00am.
IHE Mercia Branch are delighted to announce this year’s short listed entries for the 2016 awards.
The IHE is reminding highways professionals that the 2016 Traffic Signs Regulations and General Directions (TSRGD) comes into force on April 22.
IHE Southern Branch is gauging member interest for a visit to the JCB factory tour in Rocester near Uttoxeter in Staffordshire.
IHE’s South Western branch is calling for entries for their 2016 awards.
The Institute of Highway Engineers launched its new, virtual National Highway Engineering Academy (NHEA) in Edinburgh on February 24.
The IHE Mercia Awards 2016 recognise outstanding engineering projects in the region.
IHE membership subscription letters and cards are being posted out this week.
The IHE has welcomed the Transport Infrastructure Skills Strategy released today by the Department for Transport (DfT).
The IHE has added two new professional certificates to its offering for 2016.
IHE Mercia Branch is holding its AGM and a drop-in information session on March 3.
The IHE is encouraging members to support IHE’s disaster relief charity RedR UK by wearing red to work on Friday 5 February.
The IHE sponsored a ‘Shared Space Summit’ at the House of Lord’s on December 3.
There was a full house for Southern Branches ‘Wine and Wisdom’ night held in early December.
The IHE has warned that the decision to cut the central government grant to councils as part of the spending review and autumn statement is pitting council services against each other.
The branch is inviting submissions of outstanding regional projects in the following categories: Large Project of the Year, Small Project of the Year, Environmental Sustainability Project, Safety & Innovation Project and Highway Partnership Award.
The IHE has announced today that it is establishing a national highway engineering academy.