Roads and Transportation Training Courses

Please contact the Team for further information on scheduled course dates and In-Company options. You can reach us by phone: 01 665 1305 or email cpdtraining@engineersireland.ie

(1 Day)
Introduction to Temporary Traffic Management Design
This one-day programme will provide a brief look into the elements required in TTM Design to provide the candidate with an awareness of what is required to become a designer. This course is aimed at persons who have an interest in TM Design and/or would like to be updated with the new Chapter 8.
(1 Day)
Temporary Traffic Management Audit Course
This 1-day course will provide delegates with an awareness of what is required to carry out a Temporary Traffic Management Audit (TMA) and/or TM Inspection (TMI) in accordance with best international practice and relevant legislation.
(4 Days)
CPD Certificate in the Design and Lifecycle of Road Pavements
This course encompasses the lifecycle of a road pavement from initial design and construction to the evaluation and rehabilitation of pavements in service. It concentrates on the key objective for a sustainable road pavement of being fit for its intended purpose and durable for its expected life. The CPD Certificate in the Design and Lifecycle of Road Pavements programme is accredited by TU Dublin at Level 9, 5 ECTS.
(2 Days)
Vehicle Restraint Systems Design
Upon completion of the training course, attendees will have developed skills in design, installation and maintenance of Vehicle Restraint Systems (VRS), including safety barrier and parapet systems, in accordance with relevant standards (IS EN 1317, DN-REQ-03034, DN-REQ-03079, DN-GE-03036 and CC-SPW-00400). This is your opportunity to be informed about the latest thinking in Vehicle Restraint Systems.
(4 Days)
CPD Certificate in Geometric Road Design
This course focuses on the full design process to produce safe, efficient roads for Ireland. It concentrates on the key objectives of a sustainable design operating at its optimum safety and efficiency under Irish conditions. The course provides a background to the current design methods generally employed in Ireland utilising the relevant TII Publications.