Oxford Leadership Programme: ‘Global Challenges in Transport’
The Global Challenges in Transport Programme has been developed by the University of Oxford’s Transport Studies Unit and comprises six three-day courses that stand independently, but are complementary.
Designed to meet the needs of high-calibre professionals across the public, private and third sectors with an interest in transport, this flexible, intensive programme is certified and fully CPD-accredited by the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (UK). Offering a unique and critical perspective, it is targeted at existing and future leaders who seek a greater understanding of the key economic, societal and environmental issues facing global mobility in the 21st Century.
The six courses in the series each involve a blend of lectures, seminars, talks by distinguished visiting speakers and practice-based workshops led by industry experts. Included within each four-day residential course are three nights’ en-suite accommodation and dining at St. Anne’s College, Oxford, and all course materials. Participants may register for as many or as few courses as they wish, and there are attractive rates for group bookings and Oxford alumni, and when booking multiple courses.
This first course will look into new vehicular and propulsion technologies; contemporary mobility cultures; understanding behavioural change and past and future mobility transitions.
Book now for 2013-14