Annual Delft Road Safety Course
Delft Road Safety Course 2024/25
About the Course
The Annual Delft Road Safety Course is a post-graduate course for professionals working in road safety and related fields in low and middle income countries.
Successful participants will be in a position to influence road safety policy development and implementation, such as engineering, behavioural sciences, academia, public health, law enforcement, transportation/land use planning, statistics, economics, civil society, and public policy.
A high level of English language proficiency (spoken and written) is essential.
We use methodologies and materials that are evidence-based and scientifically sound – supporting a holistic approach to data collection, problem analysis, research and innovation, monitoring and evaluation.
Our courses are delivered by world leading researchers and professionals with experience of working in and with low and middle income countries to improve road safety and sustainable mobility.
Our learning environment encourages students to exchange knowledge and share experiences. This helps in identifying creative, locally relevant solutions to common challenges and issues.
Tailored for LMICs
We base our learning on the Safe System Approach and how this can be tailored and adapted to local contexts, with a focus on the specific challenges faced by low and middle income countries.
Train the trainer
We support local development and the governance of road safety management by developing capacity amongst practitioners and professionals who will return home and share their learning with others.
What will you learn?
By the end of this course you will:
Lecturers and Trainers