Event Registration

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

Monday, Mar 25, 2019 – Friday, Mar 29, 2019

8:30am – 4:00am

Presented by Dr Jeff Muttart To be held between 25th to 29th March 2019 at The St Johns Hotel, 651 Warwick Road, Solihull, West Midlands, B91 1AT, UK 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. The cost for members (Affiliate, Associate & Member) to attend this workshop will be subsidised by The Institute; non-members will pay the full cost. ITAI Members – £730.00 Non-Members – £830.00 Charges cover training for the five days and include refreshments and lunch each day. Accommodation for those who require it has been negotiated at the venue at a cost per person of: £89.00/night, Bed & Breakfast; & £109.00/night, Dinner, Bed & Breakfast – inclusive. Places are limited to 60 students on a first come-first served basis. Please book early to secure a place and to allow the organiser to consolidate the booking with the venue and Dr Muttart. All enquiries should be made via e-mail to: gensec@itai.org : or call: +44 (0)8456 21 20 66

Event Location

St Johns Hotel
651 Warwick Road
Solihull, West Midlands, B91 1AT

Event Fees

Delegate (ITAI Member)
£ 730.00
Delegate (Non-Member)
£ 830.00
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