Delft University of Technology, Post Graduate Education Delft and the Foundation Road Safety for All
The philosophy behind the course is to Train the Trainers. The program will provide insight in organizational and technical aspects of traffic safety. On top of that the course will help the participants to set up a system of sub courses on special issues in their home countries. At the end of the course participants are able to make a Traffic Safety Plan and to support the development of university programs.
The Centre for Accident Research and Road Safety - Queensland (CARRS-Q) has been offering the tertiary accredited Graduate Certificate in Road Safety course for 10 years. It is one of the leading education programs available to road safety professionals world-wide.
International recognition is mounting of the need for specialised training in the field of road safety, particularly for practitioners responding to the particular problems being experienced in countries undergoing rapid motorisation. To meet this need, CARRS-Q is now making the Graduate Certificate in Road Safety course available for study by international students.
CARRS-Q’s Road Safety Short Courses foster specialist and multidisciplinary skills and knowledge in the fields of road safety, accident prevention and traffic and transport improvements. The programs are relevant both to those already employed by government or industry, as managers, practitioners or researchers, and also those seeking to enter those fields.
Students become conversant with real-world safety problems with input from psychology, public health, optometry, civil and mechanical engineering staff, as well as guest lecturers from government and industry (eg. departments of transport and police, and the insurance industry).