IHE’s Professional Certificate in Design and Management of the Public Realm is offered in partnership with the Public Realm Information and Advice Network (PRIAN). It accredits the fields of urban design with IHE’s expertise in highways and traffic engineering. The certificate is endorsed by CABE, English Heritage and the Urban Design Group.
It’s open to all highways practitioners. IHE membership is not required, and you don’t need any specific academic qualifications to take part.
The professional certificate covers the primary delivery systems, policies, techniques and design skills to enable practitioners to prepare practical designs for small scale public realm interventions. It also integrates urban design with the engineering perspective and shows how to combine these disciplines to produce outstanding public realm solutions.
Participants take part in a six-day training course, run by PRIAN, and recognised by an IHE Professional Certificate with CPD accreditation from both English Heritage and The Institute of Highway Engineers.
You’ll be asked to prove that you meet the standards of competence to gain the certificate, this includes demonstrating the following requirements: