Making Highways Safer
Traffic and Road Safety Engineering Consultancy

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1 day CPD - Introduction to Traffic Management (TROs) (£375 + VAT)

Speed Limits, Resident Permit Schemes and Moving Traffic Offences


This 1-day CPD course provides a comprehensive overview of all traffic management aspects. Traffic management is essential to providing a safe and effective transport system that underpins local, regional and national economies. This course provides candidates with knowledge of traffic management legislation, where and why it is used, and road safety and provides case studies of successful traffic management schemes. An evaluation of the statutory consultation process will also be explored. This course is aimed at all level practitioners, from technicians to experienced engineers, who require a refresher on topical issues in traffic management.


T&RS offers flexible CPD courses to suit employees and employers, including:

  • Traditional Classroom Courses (at a T&RS location or in-house at your offices)
  • Online CPD Courses (distance learning/ e-learning)
  • Hybrid "Modular" CPD Courses (mix of classroom and module/ learning followed by online modules/ independent learning)

(Significant discount is available for 10 or more employees attending this CPD course)

Course Overview

  • Traffic management legislation
  • Informal and statutory consultations (TRO process)
  • Controlled Parking Zones (CPZs)
  • Resident permit parking schemes (installation and virtual schemes)
  • Speed limits (including School time 20mph, 20mph zones and limits)
  • Restrictions on vehicular movements, waiting and entry
  • Moving Traffic Offences

Course Leader(s)

All T&RS employees are fully qualified engineers (CEng or IEng) and trainers (Minimum Level 3 in Education and Trainer to qualified University Lecturers/ PG Cert).

The course leaders for this course are:

  • Joel Logue - MSC, MBA, PGCert, IEng, FIHE, MCIHT, MSoRSA, CMgr

Course Accreditation

This approved 1-day CPD course is aligned with UK standards set in the various UK highway standards.