The Monash University Accident Research Centre is holding its fifth innovative Road Safety Management Leadership Program on 2-6 May, 2016. The program is designed to develop and nurture the next generation of road safety leaders tasked with achieving improvements in road safety performance over the coming decades.
Since the program's inception in 2012, places have been in high demand and deemed a success by all participants. There was unanimous agreement that the program learning objectives were achieved and participants expressed high levels of satisfaction with the program.
The program content addresses road safety leadership and management challenges faced internationally, including Australasia, in responding to the circumstances which apply in high, low and middle income countries. Drawing upon presenters with extensive international experience in these environments, it will comprise an intensive process of formal presentations, interactive case studies, group work and panel discussions conducted over five days at the Monash University Law Chambers in the Melbourne CBD.
A strong feature of the program is its integration of road safety management, science and leadership topics. It has been designed to ensure an interactive and dynamic engagement between the teaching team and program participants that works through best practice science and its potential application for improved road safety results. It then shifts to a deeper appraisal of the contemporary leadership and management challenges raised and how they can be met to enable effective implementation which will actually deliver the desired results.
Senior Faculty members of the Monash University Accident Research Centre and the University of Adelaide Centre for Automotive Safety, with internationally experienced road safety practitioners, will deliver the Road Safety Management Leadership Program which will be facilitated by Mr Eric Howard, Global Road Safety Advisor at the Monash University Accident Research Centre, and principal of Whiting Moyne, a strategic Road Safety Advisory Consultancy.
For details on dates and registration, please visit the MUARC Road Safety Management Leadership Program website here: http://www.monash.edu/miri/research/research-areas/transport-safety/leadership. All enquiries can be directed to:
Mrs Lesley Rees
Monash University Accident Research Centre
T: +61 3 9905 4020