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Road Safety: Introduction to Road Safety Management

Application Deadline
4th March 2019
18th March 2019
22nd March 2019
5 days
Skill level
On campus
2000 USD

The Introduction to Road Safety Management course provides successful participants with the skills, knowledge and behaviours to effectively apply, organize and articulate road safety management theory and practice. It is designed to support road safety focal points and those with road safety management accountabilities and responsibilities.

This course aims at enabling UN staff and partners to effectively develop and manage road safety actions using best practices and evidence-based approaches. It is designed to equip road safety focal points and those with road safety management accountabilities and responsibilities with the requisite knowledge, skills and attitudes to better analyse, plan, implement and evaluate road safety actions. By doing so, this course directly contributes to Pillar 3 of the UN Road Safety Strategy and SDG 3, target 3.6: “By 2030, halve the number of global deaths and injuries from road traffic accidents”.


Upon successful completion of this 5-day course, participants will be able to apply, organize and articulate, with precision and without supervision, road safety management approaches using real-life examples.



Viale Maestri del Lavoro 10 10127 Turin Italy

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  • Personal safety and security (incl. stress management and such)
Languages English
Evaluation Final assessment
Target Audience
  • NGO staff
  • Other
  • Lecture
  • Group Work and Collaborative Problem-Solving
  • Case Study
  • Simulation
  • Methods for Reflection
  • Not available
  • Certificate of Participation
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