Led by CIHT Dubai, this webinar will look at the Chartered Transport Planning qualification and the benefits of this qualification for members based outside of the UK.
For those joining from the UAE this event will begin at 18:00.
The Transport Planning Professional (TPP) qualification was developed by the Chartered Institution of Highways and Transportation (CIHT) and the Transport Planning Society (TPS). It enhances the standing of transport planning as a career and acknowledges transport planners as respected professionals, whilst encouraging the development of the skills and competencies needed to tackle the major challenges facing the transport sector.
Once candidates have successfully completed the TPP assessment they can apply for Chartered status.
The TPP began in the UK but is internationally recognised. This seminar will provide an overview of what is required to becoming TPP qualified, and the necessary preparation required. It is an opportunity to engage in an interactive discussion with reviewers, mentors, and other candidates in their journey via the different routes. If you are a transport planner and have been thinking about getting professionally qualified, why not check out this evening seminar. You will have the opportunity to ask questions and network with others on the same journey as you.
There will be time for Q&A at the end so please come with your queries on how you would like to progress your professional development and the support you need.
Michelle Wood is a Fellow of CIHT, a Chartered Transport Planning Professional, an experienced Reviewer and Mentor. As well as being a member of the CIHT Dubai Committee, and its Professional Development Officer, she is also a practising transport planner and she is currently the Head of Technical Development for PTRC Education and Research Services, UK.
Andrew Jenkins is a Fellow of CIHT, newly Chartered TPP and has 26 years’ experience in the planning, design and operation of transport systems in the UAE, UK and internationally. He has developed his knowledge through collaboration with transport operators, developers, architects and master planners. Andrew has supported the CIHT through involvement in London, the South West of England and now in the UAE where he is Membership and Development Officer for CIHT Dubai.
Prathyush Mukkadekkat is a Senior Traffic and Transportation Engineer at Dar Al-Handasah with 14 years of experience in traffic impact assessments, traffic modelling, traffic management studies and traffic simulations. Prathyush is a Member of CIHT, Secretary of the Dubai Group and is currently applying to become a Chartered Transport Planning Professional.
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