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DoT Movement & Place - Online Workshop March

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Overview of training 
The Australian Road Research Board (ARRB), Trafficworks and Road Solutions have been engaged by The Department of Transport – Victoria (DoT) to be licenced training providers delivering VicRoads and DoT accredited technical training.
Download the DoT Movement and Place brochure below

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Online Training 

All training courses will be held online – video conference version which will include:

Times: 10am - 12pm
6 x 2 hours video conference sessions over six weeks
Dates: 3rd March
5th March
10th March
12th March
17th March
19th March
Cost: $2,000 +GST

Register now

Course Information 

The aim of this course is to assess network challenges, its competing demands and helps practitioners and decision makers to consider movement, place, safety and environmental outcomes when making decisions on our transport network. These decisions will translate high level strategies and plans into projects and operations.

Learning Outcomes

According to the training Module undertaken, at the end of this course the participants should be able to understand the strategic and / or project outcome of a M&P assessment.

  1. Understand and apply network classification and how the priority of different transport modes, place, safety and environment is established.
  2. Understand and apply network performance and how different existing transport mode, place, safety and environment are measured. Participants will be able to understand and asses performance gaps between the desired state and existing performance.
  3. Understand and apply how to identify project or operational objectives and potential options. The objectives consider the network and local context and performance gaps identified in module 2. The process for developing potential options is informed by standards, available road and street types guides, design guides and the range of potential interventions.
  4. Understand and apply how to assess the impact of an option on the desired network state.

Who Should Attend

  • Communication and Engagement personnel
  • State and Local government personnel
  • Engineers, planners, traffic managers
  • Consultants involved in traffic transport, road safety and planning
  • Road safety practitioners
  • Executives, Managers and Team Leaders

Requirements

The video conferencing platform (e.g. ZOOM, Skype, etc.) will be communicated well before the training. If any participants have any constraints in relation to any video conferencing platforms, please inform the organisers.

You will require a personal computer i.e mobile phone only won’t be suitable

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Register now

Cost: $2,000 + GST
Name:
Daniel Mustata
Email: danielmustata@roadsolutions.com.au
Phone Number:
0431 202 164
For more information vicroads.vic.gov.au

 

 

*Dates and prices are subject to change. 

 

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