CODATU has a 30 years experience in urban transport in developing countries. Our organisation considers that training of urban transport professionals is one of its top priorities and is pleased to announce the organisation of a new training course following the CODATU XV Conference held in Addis Ababa.
The course is designed to briefly but pointedly touch upon selected topics of concern to urban transport professionals, with particular attention to the developing countries context. Therefore, the course is designed to achieve the following objectives:
- To introduce important topics and issues of concern in urban transportation, which are globally addressed; with reference to the developing countries.
- To draw attention of participants to the multiplicity and diversity of the addressed topics and issues of concern and the need to catch up with those topics and issues, and others as they emerge among the world transport professionals community.
- To draw the attention to the need to encourage the staff involved in urban transport planning and engineering, operation, management and policy making to increase their knowledge and competence through continuous learning and education. This is irrespective of the relevant education background and discipline (e.g., civil engineering, mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, economics, financing, logistics, informatics, social sciences, etc.) and years of experience.
Information and registration: CODATU Training programme.pdf