Friday 25th June

CTC National Cycle Training and Education Conference

Making Cycle Training Work

Business Design Centre, Islington, London.

10-30am to 4.30pm

Tuesday 2nd November 2004.

Lackham Countryside Centre, Wiltshire

Make Learning More Likely - IRSO SW Area Group

A must for all road safety practitioners involved in education and schools. Find out about learning in the 21st Century, join us for the day and learn the secrets of learning. This is the current training being offered to teachers in Wiltshire and is a must for anyone involved in education; teachers, health workers, road safety officers, school Governors.

Speaker for the Day - Dr Tom Robson - County Education Advisor

For further details and a booking form, please email Judith Billingham at [email protected] or telephone 01225 701976.

Cost: IRSO members £25.00 to include lunch

Non members £120.00 to include lunch

Please book early to avoid disappointment.

Phase 3 Training Approved.

Tuesday 1st November

Haigh Hall, Wigan.

Training Day.

North West Area Group Training day.

Speakers are Graham Wynn, Dr Rob Tunbridge, John Price, Beverley Bell and Dr Andrew Clayton.

Includes lunch.

Time 9.30am-4pm.

£85 (£70 for IRSO members), if booked before 23 September.

£75 (£60 for IRSO members).

IRSO 2007 National Conference: ‘Making the connections: Our shared priority’

Marsham Court Hotel, Bournemouth, DORSET

How do I fit it all together…? How can I tackle congestion, enhance safety and improve access and the environment…? If you’ve asked these questions, you’re not alone and Bournemouth is the place to be in July 2007. ‘Making the connections - our shared priority’ aims to bring the pieces of the transport jigsaw together so that you, as a transport professional, can understand how to deliver the shared priority for transport.

With presentations by leading experts on safety, congestion, vehicle shipping, accessibility and the environment, and practical workshops from business owners to make the links, this conference is essential for road safety officers, travel, transport and accessibility planners, indeed anyone with an interest in improving transport in their local area.

The conference will give delegates a clear understanding of the connections across the shared priority areas, and how these can be strengthened and exploited back at the workplace. It will also give delegates the chance to meet with, learn from and share experiences with other colleagues across the UK, putting the world to rights as they go!

So whatever your plans in 2007, put IRS07 in your diary now. It promises to be a thought-provoking, challenging and valuable conference that you will be talking about for years to come as the time you made those all important connections.

The aim is that the conference will give everyone a clear understanding of the links and synergies in the shared priority for transport and for each person to be able to exploit these to their advantage back in the workplace. There will also be plenty of time and opportunities to meet, learn from and network with people from other authorities, to share good practice, compare notes and put the world to rights.