Training Programs

Traffic Administration Course

Objectives
At the end of the training, the participants will be able:
1. To become familiar with the transportation and traffic issues relevant to local traffic context;
2. To enhance their knowledge and skills in planning management, and administration of transportation programs; and
3. To establish professional and friendly relationships among experts and other participants.

Child Road Traffic Injury Prevention (CRTIP); Online

For LGUs and Teachers or School Administrators Only

Objectives
At the end of the training, the participants will be able:
1. To appreciate traffic impact assessment;
2. To understand the principles and steps in conducting a TIA;
3. To apply the TIA Report checklist in evaluating traffic impact assessment reports, and
4. To assess the suitability of recommended measures to mitigate traffic impact.

Traffic Management Course for Traffic Law Enforcers – Level 1

(Face-to-Face)

Objectives
At the end of the training, the participant will be able to:
1. Understand the role of a traffic enforcer.
2. Identify the different laws and regulations.
3. Identify different traffic signs and pavement markings.
4. Be familiar with the procedures on how to direct and control traffic.
5. Be familiar with significant legal requirements on the administration of traffic citation tickets.
6. Learn how to investigate, record, and report road traffic incidents.
7. Understand the different institutional arrangements in traffic management.

Traffic Impact Assessment for Technical Evaluators with LocalSim

(Face-to-Face)

Objectives
At the end of the training, the participants will be able:
1. Appreciate the importance of Traffic Impact Assessment.
2. Understand the principles and steps in conducting a TIA.
3. Apply the TIA Report checklist in evaluating traffic impact assessment reports.
4. Learn how to conduct TIA analysis using LocalSim.
Assess the suitability of recommended measures to mitigate traffic impacts.

Training Course on Road Safety Audit

Objectives
At the end of the training, the participants will be able:
1. Become familiar with road safety issues relevant to local traffic context.
2. Enhance knowledge and skills in improving road safety.
3. Establish professional and friendly relationships among experts and other participants.

Bicycle Network Planning and Design

(Face-to-Face)

Objectives
At the end of the training, the participants will be able:
1. Identify opportunities, issues, and challenges in developing the bicycle network of the city/municipality.
2. Identify applicable laws and regulations on active transportation in their locality.
3. Design the bicycle network of their locality, ensuring safety, efficiency, and inclusivity.
4. Prepare the necessary signs, pavement markings, and other facilities needed for a safe and inclusive cycling network.
5. Prepare a social marketing plan for the bicycle network developed, fostering community awareness and engagement.

Traffic Impact Assessment for Preparers

(Face-to-Face)

Objectives
At the end of the training, the participants will be able to:
1. Understand the scope & warrants of a TIA.
2. Be familiar with the process and procedures of TIA preparation.
3. Explain traffic engineering and transportation planning theories;
4. Understand transportation assessment principles and procedures.
5. Identify potential impacts of the proposed development.
6. Evaluate the base year and future traffic conditions of the proposed development.
Identify mitigation measures addressing adverse impacts of the development.

Advanced Traffic Administration Course

(Face-to-Face)