UP NCTS Training Course on Road Safety Audit


By LCP Secretariat
June 15, 2017


The U.P. National Center for Transportation Studies (UP NCTS) cordially invites you or your representative(s) to attend the 12th offering of the Center's Training Course on Road Safety Audit. This course consisting of five (5) modules and two (2) workshops scheduled to run for five (5) days from July 3-7, 2017.

 

The objective of the course is to make the participants: (1)To become familiar with road safety issues relevant to local traffic context; (2)To enhance their knowledge and skills in improving road safety; and (3)To establish professional and friendly relationships among experts and other participants.

 

The course is open to all qualified personnel from the government and private sector involved in transportation and related functions. The number of slots is limited and as such, an early response is suggested. Prospective applicants are expected to make their arrangement for drawing appropriate per diem while undergoing training.

 

Applicants must be endorsed by their respective office head directly to the Center. Only applications with complete supporting documents as indicated on the reverse of the application form will be considered. Attached are the course online, application form, and payment procedure. Deadline for submission of endorsement letter and application form is on June 29, 2017.

 

The participation fee for thei course is TWELVE THOUSAND PESOS (P12,000.00) per person. This includes training kit, course materials, certificate with holder, breaskfast, lunch, and snacks. You may pay in cash or in check. Please make checks payable to UP National Center for Transportation Studies Foundation, Inc. (UPNCTSFI), a non-profit, non-vat, zero-rated vat, tax-exempt foundation.

 

Click here to download application form and payment instruction.

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