Professional Certificate in Road Safety Audit
Who is this course for?
This course is for qualified civil engineers who want to become qualified to carry out road safety audits on the Irish road network.
This course will prepare road safety engineers to become members of a road safety audit team. From 2013 all road safety auditors carrying out audits on the Irish TERN network need to have a certificate of competence, validated by an EU Member State, in order to carry out road safety audits on the Irish TERN network. This, in addition to the current Irish DMRB requirements (HD19/09) of 5 audits as a trainee and 5 audits as a team member, will be part of the requirements to become a team leader. This course has been approved by the Road Safety Authority and passing the exam will result in this certificate of competence qualification.
The next Professional Certificate in Road Safety Audit course will run on the following dates:
6 and 7 November, 2018.
20 - 23 November 2018.
8 - 11 January 2019.
The course will cover:
- Road Infrastructure Safety Management in Ireland
- Collision Data Recording and Analysis
- Evaluation of Options
- Economic Assessment
- Scheme Options for Design
- Road Safety Audits
- Design Stage Audis
- Post Opening Stage Audits
Assessment will take place by way of examination and project work.
Please contact the fees office for details of current fees
All participants in the course must:
* Hold a degree in civil engineering or relevant related degree.
* Have a minimum of 2 years of relevant experience in road safety or road design.
Applications are now open through the UCD applications system (http://www.ucd.ie/registry/admissions/apply.html).
Registration is now open.
Instructions for applying: Please use the UCD online applications system and search for "Road Safety Audit". Please ensure you select the correct course offering (May start) Professional Certificate Road Safety Audits (May) PT (T178 )"
Enquiries to Dr. Aoife Ahern, firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01 716 3218