Transport planning is really important because having a safe, efficient and cost effective transport system benefits everyone. Transport planners work on policies, projects and plans to improve all types of transport systems such as public bus routes, cycle paths, roads and rail. As well as improving existing transport systems, they also work on brand-new transport developments, collecting and analysing data to find out what kind of infrastructure will work best and using their expert knowledge of transport policy to advise their clients.
The Transport Planning Technician Apprenticeship is a Level 3 (A-Level equivalent) apprenticeship.
The Transport Planning Technician Apprenticeship Standard and Transport Planning Technician Assessment Plan set out the knowledge, skills and behaviours expected of apprentices by the time they have finished the apprenticeship.
For a list of approved learning providers click here.
Transport Planning Technician apprentices work for a wide range of employers from the public and private sector. The employers involved in the development of the Standard can be found here.
Contact CIHT’s Education team by t: +44 (0)20 7336 1571 or e: email@example.com
CIHT assesses Transport Planning Technician apprentices when they come to the end of their apprenticeship. Successful apprentices can register with the Engineering Council as Engineering Technicians (EngTech).
If you are a Transport Planning Technician Apprentices who wants to apply for the End Point Assessment, you will find guidance notes and related documentation here.
Apprentice to choose ONE from:
Project Brief A Special Event Traffic Management Planning
Project Brief D Preparing for a scoping study for a large mixed-use development
Project Brief E Construction Traffic Management Plan for the disposal of excess earthworks from site
If you have started work on a previously published project brief (i.e. Project brief B or Project Brief C), you can continue to prepare your project presentation pack based on those briefs.
End Point Assessment Interviews 2019-20
|Submission deadline||4 October|
|Interviews||28 October – 1 November|
|Submission deadline||1 November|
|Interviews||25 -29 November|
|Submission deadline||13 December|
|Interviews||6 – 13 January|
|Submission deadline||17 January|
|Interviews||10 – 14 February|
|Submission deadline||21 February|
|Interviews||16 – 20 March|
If you have any queries on the End Point Assessment, contact firstname.lastname@example.org