This annual residential course is for managers, engineers and technicians involved in the management, design or implementation of traffic control systems. The course is organised by IHE in conjunction with major UK industry players, the course complements the JCT Consultancy training programme.
The four days are structured around the Design Manuals for Roads and Bridges and the Code of Practice for the Management of Electronic Traffic Equipment. Part 1 focuses on pedestrian crossings with an introduction to traffic signal junction design. Part 2 examines the concept and detail design of traffic signals.
Part 1 of the course is recommended to Road Safety Auditors, Development Management Officers and anybody involved in General Traffic Management.
The course is linked to the IHE Professional Certificate in Traffic Signal Control allowing delegates to test and demonstrate their knowledge skills and competence with support and guidance from leading practitioners. Successful completion of parts 1 & 2 will contribute towards the certificate.
|Code||Dates||Location||Type||Cost (exc VAT)|
|TSC1901||Part one: 12th-13th Feb 19
Part two: 19th-20th March 19
|Worcester||Residential||IHE Members £1,000
Non Members £1,100All meals, refreshments and accommodation for the evenings of 12th February and 19th March are inclusive.
|Residential||Part one only
£550 IHE Members
£650 Non Members
|Residential||Part two only
£550 IHE Members
£650 Non Members
All training is delivered throughout the year in the clean, contemporary setting of our Birmingham office space and meeting rooms. This centrally located venue in Birmingham Brindleyplace give excellent connectivity across the UK.
IHE Professional Certificates and Professional Diplomas accredit the skills highways practitioners are expected to know and deliver in the workplace. IHE membership is not required, and you don’t need any specific academic qualifications or to take a training course.
IHE Professional Certificates are one of the cornerstones of our exciting new virtual Highway Engineering Academy. They can be completed either through a structure training course or through independent study. IHE Professional Certificates are for practitioners who are technically competent and are often skilled practitioners working under the guidance of others. More information can be found in the Professional Certificate application and guidance booklets below.
In addition, IHE Professional Certificates can form the basis for Engineering Council registration at Engineering Technician (EngTech) level. The two processes are designed to build upon each other and applying for EngTech alongside your Professional Certificate is easy. The supporting guidance booklets can be found below.
IHE Professional Diplomas provide recognition to the skilled senior practitioners working in the highways sector. Like the rest of the virtual Highway Engineering Academy, they can be completed either through a structure training course or through independent study. IHE Professional Diplomas are for practitioners know the ‘why’ as well as the ‘how’, exercise independent judgement, hold a responsible position and lead and manage. More information can be found in the Professional Diploma application and guidance booklets below.
In addition, IHE Professional Diplomas can provide the foundation for achieving the academic bases required for Engineering Council registration at Incorporated Engineer (IEng) level. The two processes are designed to complement each other and applying for IEng alongside your Professional Diploma is straightforward. The supporting guidance booklets can be found below.
|Level||IHE Members||Non Members|
Please note: these fees are included in the cost if you attend one of our courses