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Monday 27th April 2009

DfT funds child pedestrian training events

The DfT is funding a series of seminars and training courses about practical child pedestrian training to be delivered by MVA Consultancy.

The Kerbcraft seminar is for road safety professionals and other local authority employees/representatives. The seminar presents the benefits of practical child pedestrian training and provides information about how it fulfils local agendas. The seminar is provided free of charge to delegates.

The three-day Kerbcraft co-coordinator training course is aimed at road safety practitioners and pedestrian trainers. The cost for attendees is £250.

For further information about where and when the seminars and courses are being held, or to reserve a place, contact Sally Watts at MVA Consultancy on 01483 742900.

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