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Transport Development Management (TDM1801)
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 Export to Your Calendar 12/06/2018 to 13/06/2018
When: Part one: 12th-13th June; Part two: 18th-19th September; Extra Day: 20th September
Where: Birmingham
United Kingdom
Contact: Cherrie Ouerghi
020 3551 5681

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**This course is now sold out**

Part one: 12th-13th June
Part two: 18th-19th September
Returning for an optional day -20th September

IHE’s Transport Development management course is the only one in the UK designed specifically for transport practitioners working in Development Management roles and leads to the IHE Professional Certificate in DM.

The course delivers learning across the wide diversity of subjects a Development Management Practitioner requires, in both the private and public fields of work, which are assessed through assignments leading to a DM Foundation Certificate.

Following last year's successful pilot, we now offer an extra day on appeal work, including a practical exercise/mock hearing. Even the initial highways response must beware of later dispute. You will explore good practice, how to prepare and deliver a case and how to manage conflict, including an interactive workshop testing your views.

The course has been updated to ensure the latest government changes with regards to national planning policy, S106 contributions and sustainable drainage systems are fully covered.

Students attend two residential sessions of two days each, with an optional appeal work day added to the second session, and complete four assignments, each of which demands around three days preparation at work or in their own time. Line managers are expected to mentor and support their staff.

IHE Professional Certificate in Development Management

To demonstrate competence at work, a further report and interview leads to the IHE Professional Certificate and MIHE.

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Booking Terms and Conditions

Cancellations made less than 21 days before the meeting will incur a 50% charge. Any cancellations made within 10 days of the event will be charged at the full delegate rate. You can of course send replacement delegates.