Who should attend?


The course is targeted at road safety professionals from LMIC’s who are or will be active in road safety for some time during their professional career.

Participants may have a background in engineering, behavioural sciences, public health, law enforcement, transportation/land use planning, statistics, economics, public policy etc. Potential participants may, for instance, (aim to) play a role as lecturer or trainer, or be affiliated to road safety policy and research. They may work for central or regional public authorities, for international organizatons, in the private sector, as a consultant, at universities, research institutes, police or NGOs, etc. Thus students at universities will not be admitted.

Those who are interested in participating are invited to submit a motivation letter. The course leader will decide on admittance to the course based on the following criteria:

  1. Academic or higher professional education, preferably master degree, with relevance for road safety
  2. Strong position in road safety policy and/or research, preferably at a regular permanent post
  3. Mastering the English language
  4. Motivation shown in the motivation letter

In addition we put a limit on the number of participants from a country (max 2 or 3).