ADB-ASEAN Regional Train the Trainer Road Safety Capacity Building Program

Events

ADB-ASEAN Regional Train the Trainer Road Safety Capacity Building Program

23 June 2014 to 04 July 2014
Manila
Philippines

The Train the Trainer approach offers an efficient method of providing specific road safety expertise to strengthen the road safety programs of participating countries.

This program aimed to (i) improve participants' knowledge of technical approaches to road safety in the focus areas; (ii) prepare participants as trainers so that they are able to deliver follow-up training in their home countries; and (iii) improve the overall capacity of responsible agencies to effectively address road safety issues.

Program and Learning Materials: 
Date Session / Activity Presentation Material Speaker(s)
24 Jun 2014 Traffic Police Enforcement Traffic Police Enforcement 1 and 2 - Strategic Leadership in Road Policing Using Intelligence and Analysis
Recognizing the strategic leadership role of road policing and traffic law enforcement integrates good practice into a road safety framework...
Ray Shuey
24 Jun 2014 Traffic Police Enforcement Traffic Police Enforcement 3 - The Community Relationship: Communicating the Message
Traffic police should be encouraged to engage other government agencies and the community in a shared community problem, particularly on road...
Ray Shuey
24 Jun 2014 Traffic Police Enforcement Traffic Police Enforcement 4 - Operational Policing
A road safety approach entails effective operational policing that includes the elements of planning, implementing, monitoring, and evaluating...
Ray Shuey
24 Jun 2014 Traffic Police Enforcement Traffic Police Enforcement 5 - Focus on the Future: Working with a Strategic Framework
To achieve road safety outcomes, a framework is needed for developing and implementing a strategic plan for road policing and law enforcement...
Ray Shuey
Date Session / Activity Presentation Material Speaker(s)
25 Jun 2014 Road Safety Data Management Road Safety Data Systems 1 - Data for Road Safety Management
Collection of data for road safety is very important at a strategic level and within the broader context of road safety management. This module...
Blair Turner
25 Jun 2014 Road Safety Data Management Road Safety Data Systems 2 - Collecting Data
The starting point for the collection of road safety data requires an assessment of stakeholder needs, and identification of the data that is...
Blair Turner
25 Jun 2014 Road Safety Data Management Road Safety Data Systems 3 - Establishing and Maintaining Data Systems
Crash and non-crash data systems are both important in the establishment and maintenance of road safety data systems. This module provides information...
Blair Turner
25 Jun 2014 Road Safety Data Management Road Safety Data Systems 4 - Different User Needs
Various end users of road safety data analyze, interpret, and use information based on their needs. Crash and non-crash data are both used to...
Blair Turner
25 Jun 2014 Road Safety Data Management Road Safety Data Systems 5 - Data Quality
Certain issues have a negative impact on the quality and usefulness of road safety data, and these include missing or incomplete data, differences...
Blair Turner
25 Jun 2014 Road Safety Data Management Road Safety Data Systems 6 - Monitoring and Evaluation
Monitoring and evaluation of road safety management is often overlooked, and this module discusses why this task is so important, and what can...
Blair Turner
Date Session / Activity Presentation Material Speaker(s)
26 Jun 2014 Road Safety Management Road Safety Management 1 - Why is it Critical to Achieve Effective Road Safety Outcomes?
Learn about road safety management, why it is essential, what it entails, and the need for a clear underpinning vision to guide management intent...
Eric Howard
26 Jun 2014 Road Safety Management Road Safety Management 2 - Understanding Safe System
Develop an understanding of the unsafe nature of the current system of road use. Recognize the principles of safe system thinking. Understand...
Eric Howard
26 Jun 2014 Road Safety Management Road Safety Management 3 - Investing to Improve Performance
Recognize the key activities necessary to implement interventions and improve road safety performance. Improving road safety performance ...
Eric Howard
26 Jun 2014 Road Safety Management Road Safety Management 4 - Strategies, Action Plans, and Targets
Learn how to develop meaningful road safety strategies; select action plans to give effect to those strategies; and set targets which reflect...
Eric Howard
26 Jun 2014 Road Safety Management Road Safety Management 5 - Selecting and Prioritizing Interventions
Learn to identify, select, and prioritize the different types of intervention on road safety. Recognize the importance of determining ...
Eric Howard
26 Jun 2014 Road Safety Management Road Safety Management 6 - Embedding Road Safety Management and Safe System Capacity within Agencies
Learn about the safe system approach, a fundamental shift in thinking required of road authorities. There are substantial challenges associated...
Eric Howard
26 Jun 2014 Road Safety Management Road Safety Management 7 - Financing
Without funding, no road safety performance improvement is possible. Funding sources exist and need to be explored.  Road safety improvement...
Eric Howard
26 Jun 2014 Road Safety Management Road Safety Management 8 - Monitoring and Evaluation
Projects and programs in road safety management should always be evaluated and lessons learned incorporated into new programs.  Establishing...
Eric Howard
Date Session / Activity Presentation Material Speaker(s)
27 Jun 2014 Motorcycle Safety and Communication Road Safety Motorcycle Safety 1 - Developing a Motorcycle Safety Strategy
Learn how to develop a motorcycle specific road safety strategy. Discover the critical elements required in developing a strategy and review...
Kenn Beer
27 Jun 2014 Motorcycle Safety and Communication Road Safety Motorcycle Safety 2 - Implementation and Evaluation of the Strategy
Once a motorcycle strategy has been developed, it is critical that the implementation is undertaken in a planned manner. This module explores...
Kenn Beer
27 Jun 2014 Motorcycle Safety and Communication Road Safety Motorcycle Safety 3 - Road Design, Engineering, and Planning
Key elements in road design, engineering, and planning make an impact on motorcycle safety. It is crucial to examine the methods of integrating...
Kenn Beer
27 Jun 2014 Motorcycle Safety and Communication Road Safety Motorcycle Safety 4 - Licensing and Training
With the aim to address the lack of motorcycle riding experience, the graduated license system has proven to reduce incidents and severity of...
Kenn Beer
27 Jun 2014 Motorcycle Safety and Communication Road Safety Motorcycle Safety 5 - Helmets and Protective Clothing
A well-understood safety measure for motorcyclists is the use of helmets and protective clothing. To increase the use of helmets and their effectiveness...
Kenn Beer
27 Jun 2014 Motorcycle Safety and Communication Road Safety Motorcycle Safety 6 - Vehicles
The fastest changing part of the motorcycling system is the bike. It is crucial to gain knowledge of the current emerging vehicle standards ...
Kenn Beer
Date Session / Activity Presentation Material Speaker(s)
28 Jun 2014 Community Road Safety and Safe Routes to School Community Road Safety and Safe Routes to School 1 - Community Road Safety Programs: Rationale and Strategic Role
Community road safety programs are initiatives applied locally within the local area. As local people possess special knowledge of issues in...
Ray Taylor
28 Jun 2014 Community Road Safety and Safe Routes to School Community Road Safety and Safe Routes to School 2 - Framework for Community Road Safety Programs
Creating a framework for community road safety programs requires listing down the suitable objectives and determining the ones that are achievable...
Ray Taylor
28 Jun 2014 Community Road Safety and Safe Routes to School Community Road Safety and Safe Routes to School 3 - Establishing a Community Road Safety Program
Establishing a community road safety program entails establishing the need, creating a management structure, developing a local road safety ...
Ray Taylor
28 Jun 2014 Community Road Safety and Safe Routes to School Community Road Safety and Safe Routes to School 4 - Monitoring and Evaluation
Having a clear distinction between monitoring and evaluation is an important component of a community road safety program. It is equally essential...
Ray Taylor
28 Jun 2014 Community Road Safety and Safe Routes to School Community Road Safety and Safe Routes to School 5 - Safe Routes to School: A Community Road Safety Program
Safe Routes to School is an international movement that creates community road safety projects targeting schoolchildren’s safety. The core of...
Ray Taylor

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