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Traffic Signing and Road Markings
- CPD Value: This course is awarded 24 CPD hours
|Code||Dates||Location||Type||Cost (ex VAT)|
|TSRM2201|| Part one: 23-24 Mar 22
Part two: 26-27 Apr 22
|3 Brindley Place
IHE Members £1,750
According to the DfT Traffic Signs Manual “Engineers who design and maintain the road network must be able to offer consistent standards that can satisfy the road user’s need for information and guidance. Traffic authorities depend on signing for the efficient control and movement of traffic, for enforcement of traffic regulations and, most importantly, as an aid to road safety. It is therefore recommended that all major traffic signing work should have been designed or checked by someone with an appropriate qualification”.
The Traffic Signs Manual (section 1.3.4) mentions the IHE Professional Certificate in Traffic Sign Design. The Certificate and Diploma allow applicants to demonstrate their experience and produce work to the required standard. A designer holding a Practitioner or Expert level Certificate would be likely to demonstrate the skills needed to adequately check traffic signing work.
This 4-day course provides both a theoretical foundation and practical experience in the design and implementation of traffic signing and road marking schemes. It contains an introduction to the subject, but takes the concepts through to experienced practitioner level.
The introduction will be useful as a refresher for those with some signing experience, and the course is thus suitable for both those new to the concepts and for those for whom knowledge of signs and markings forms part of a wider remit, such as senior highway engineers, traffic engineers and all those involved in managing highways and their infrastructure.
It also provides a thorough background for anyone involved in the civil or criminal enforcement of parking or moving traffic offences including the police and prosecution authorities.
The course covers road traffic sign design and road markings from both a legal and practical perspective, including theory, principles and best practice. It provides hands-on experience of many practical examples. This facilitates discussion between participants and ensures that they have achieved a full understanding of each topic area.
This course leads to a Professional Certificate or Diploma in Traffic Sign Design and Road Markings.
Attending the Course
Delegates attend two sessions (4 days in total) and complete assignments, practical activities and an end of course assessment.
You will receive a Certificate of Attendance with CPD just for attending the course.
Achieving the Certificate or Diploma
If you wish to go on to gain the Professional Certificate or Diploma then you will need to submit an Individual Portfolio of Evidence, which documents how you have achieved the competencies required. Click here to view the guidance document and application form. Please note: the fee to submit your application is included in the cost of the course.
Achieving Professional Registration
In addition, courses have an additional day set aside to make an application for EngTech Professional Registration.
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- in Edinburgh at 7/9 North St Davids Street, EH2 1AW.
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Terms & Conditions
Cancellations made less than 21 days before the meeting will incur a 50% charge. Any cancellations made within 10 days of the event will be charged at the full delegate rate. You can of course send replacement delegates.