U.P. National Center for Transportation Studies (U.P. NCTS) 2018 Training


By LCP Secretariat
January 12, 2018


The U.P. National Center for Transportation Studies (U.P. NCTS) is pleased to announce that applications to the 20th offering of the Center’s Traffic Administration Course are now being accepted. This Course consisting of eight (8) modules is scheduled to run for five (5) days from January 22-26, 2018. The objectives of the Course are to make the participants: (1) become familiar with transportation and traffic issues relevant to local traffic context; (2) enhance their knowledge and skills in planning, management, and administration of traffic and transportation programs; and (3) establish professional and friendly networks among experts and other participants. Deadline for submission of requirements is on January 17, 2018.

For more information on this training, kindly check the link below: http://ncts.upd.edu.ph/main/index.php/training-courses-for-2018/

 

Relevant files:

1. Application form

2. List of required documents and payment procedures

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