Certificate in Professional Development Transport

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  • Objectives
    One of the most important challenges facing almost every country in the world is the need to find ways of meeting the growing demand for transport whilst maintaining the quality of people's lives and minimising the undesirable environmental consequences associated with this demand. If you doubt this assertion, just take a bus trip to the edge of almost any major city in the world during rush hour and join the queues.
  • Entry requirements
    Entry Requirements GCSE: None specified Tariff points range: 60-100 Specific subjects: None specified EDEXCEL (BTEC) Diploma (Final Year): 2-3 merits Access: Yes Baccalaureate EB %: 60 Baccalaureate IB pts: 24
  • Academic title
    Certificate in Professional Development Transport
  • Course description
    Contents of the Certificate in Professional Development Transport.

    The course has been designed in recognition of the fact that transport planning is at the heart of the European Union's urban and environmental agenda. and that the UK government has a particular concern to develop an integrated and more sustainable approach to transport.

    You will develop not only your knowledge of planning and transport, but also your own skills and competencies that will assist you to develop your capabilities.

    The areas that you will study include transport planning and modelling, business management in transport, transport systems and logistics, transport economics and policy, and city and regional plan making.

    Modules are regularly reviewed to ensure that they remain up to date and relevant, so some of them may change before the course starts or whilst you are on it, but the overall aims and broad content of the course will remain the same.

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