Highways UK 2020 Starts in



4/5 November 2020, NEC, Birmingham




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CIHT Theatre

Learn, meet and engage with CIHT and its partners

 

6 November

11.00-12.00

Professional Development drop-in

Come and talk to CIHT staff for advice on membership and qualifications

12.00-12.50

Panel: Better Planning for Better Transport

New advice puts the integration of transport and planning at the centre of transport policy and design 

13.00-13.30

Shaping Tomorrow Today

Improving connectivity creates opportunities for all and puts the work of highways professionals at the very heart of society and shaping people's futures

Martin Tugwell, President, CIHT

13.30-14.20

Re- engineering the future 

A lunchtime panel session, moderated by Mike Walters, Editor of Transportation Professional, highlighting the changing face of the engineer. 

Sharon Field, Head of CSR at FM Conway will highlight how they are securing future talent diversity via its female work experience programme.

Tina Gunnersson, Lead Engineer from Balfour Beatty will be focusing on the future skills mix and how traditional skills need to be interwoven with a digital skill set.

Ted Miller, Head of Learning and Resourcing at Highways England will showcase how future skills will impact the highways and transportation supply chain.

Martin Owen, Commercial and Finance Director from National College for Advanced Travel and Transport will detail how they are training the future pipeline of talent.

14.30-15.20

Professional development - making the difference  

CIHT's new Chartered Transport Planning Professional scheme explained and how professional development can improve both an individual and an organisation

Sue Stevens, Director of Education and Membership, CIHT

15.30 - 16.00

CIHT Skills and Training Award

John Nicholson, Regional Director at Ringway and winners of the CIHT Skills and Training Award 2019 will present on how investing in skills and training has made a real difference to their organisation. 

 

7 November

09.30-10.20

Professional development drop-in

Come and talk to CIHT staff for advice on membership and qualifications

10.00-10.45

Collaboration in practice

Louise McMahon - Business Integration Manager from Kier, and winners of the CIHT Collaboration Award 2019, will highlight how working together with clients and partners has made real improvements to both project and output delivery.

11.00-11.30 

Manual for Streets

Details on the latest update to this seminal guidance document

Peter Dickinson - Chair of CIHT Urban Design Panel 

11.45-12.30

 Improving local highways

Panel discussion led by Matthew Lugg OBE, CIHT Past President:

Improving local highways funding and governance of local highway infrastructure, and latest thinking around a sector deal for highways

12.40-13.45  

Professional development - making the difference  

CIHT's new Chartered Transport Planning Professional scheme explained and how professional development can improve both an individual and an organisation

Sue Stevens, Director of Education and Membership, CIHT

 

Sustainability Theatre Sponsor

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