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Advanced Analysis of Drivers’ Responses (Human Factors in Traffic Crashes)

  • 18 Jul 2022
  • 09:00
  • 22 Jul 2022
  • 17:00
  • Lancashire Constabulary Headquarters, Saunders Lane, Hutton, Preston, PR4 5SA, UK *OR* Zoom

Registration

  • You will view and participate in the course via the Internet based platform 'Zoom'
  • You will attend the course in person and arrange your own accommodation. Your fee includes lunch and refreshments.
  • You will attend the course in person and arrange your own accommodation. Your fee includes lunch and refreshments.
  • You will view and participate in the course via the Internet based platform 'Zoom'

Register

The Institute of Traffic Accident Investigators announce the provision of a training course in Advanced Analysis of Drivers’ Responses (Human Factors in Traffic Crashes), Presented by: Dr Jeffrey W. Muttart & Swaroop Dinekar.

To be held between 18th to 22nd July 2022, 09:00 to 17:00 BST [please ignore any error in the automated emails where the time might be shown as being in a different zoneat Lancashire Police HQ, Preston, UK. As well as attending the course in person it will be presented also as an online "webinar" using he 'Zoom' platform.

This five-day training course will include training in various topics relative to human factors, including but not restricted to:

  • Perception-Response time
  • Response to slow-moving or stopped vehicles on multilane high speed roads
  • Night-time recognition
  • Drivers’ decision making

Interactive driver research in the areas of: speed choice (speed reduction) due to various influences/conditions; gap acceptance; pedestrian walking speeds; acceleration; forward and backward acceleration of cars, motorcycles and commercial vehicles; driver’s responses to green and amber traffic signals

The students will receive five full days’ training and their knowledge will be tested at the end of the course. Students will be accredited with their attendance and the course will attract a minimum of 30 hours CPD.

Please note the fees DO NOT include accomodation, these can be found in the local area but if you need assistance in finding a suitable hotel please contact gensec@itai.org. Fees do include lunch and coffee's.

Charges cover training for the five days; a copy of the latest version of Dr Muttart’s reference book ‘Drivers’ Responses in Emergency Situations’ and use of the IDRR programme for 3 months.


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