Approved HEA Training Partners
Joining the IHE is easy using our new online application processJoin us now
The following providers are approved by the IHE and offer Highway Engineering Academy training.
Bath College – Highways Distance Learning Professional Diploma
More information: https://www.bathcollege.ac.uk/distance-learning/highway-courses
Detailed information on this course can be found here
Buchanan Computing’s generic courses cover traffic signing (including ensuring that regulatory signs are enforceable and the requirements for bilingual signing in Wales), sign structures, on-street parking and accident data, and relate to the latest DfT requirements and European standards to enable you to be confident you are adopting best practice.
More information: http://www.buchanancomputing.net/training.html
JCT’s training course programme includes a wide range of courses at all levels from beginners to advanced. The courses are structured to provide flexibility and to fit around the typical traffic signal engineer’s career development path. Courses include both lectured courses and also computer workshops which are used to teach practical design exercises.
More information: http://www.jctconsultancy.co.uk/home.php
Risk Based Approach Training. Well Managed Highway Infrastructure: A Code of Practice
UKRLG Competency Framework Training
More information: https://metisconsultants.co.uk/
Designing high quality walking & cycling infrastructure: How to implement LTN 1/20
More information: https://www.sustrans.org.uk/
Symmons Madge Associates Ltd (SMA), have provided high quality training and professional development support to the engineering and construction industries since 1990. They deliver training consultancy, both in-house and open construction and engineering training courses, mentoring and coaching throughout the UK and overseas.
More information: https://www.symmonsmadge.co.uk/
TMS provides practical expertise to improve road safety and traffic management by offering audit, consultancy and training services. Their driving principle is to deliver services and solutions that make roads safer and ultimately reduce casualties.
More information: https://www.tmsconsultancy.co.uk/