The overall programme comprises four independent but complementary 4-day Continuing Professional Development (CPD) accredited courses. Participants can register for as many or as few courses as they wish. Those completing all four courses benefit from a discounted overall programme fee. The four courses within the programme are:
Governance, Policy and Delivery (28 June - 1 July 2016)
This course explores the role of different actors, organisations and institutions in the creation, management and evolution of transport systems in various global contexts. The lectures and interactive workshops explore how policies are formulated and implemented at a range of spatial scales, and how such interventions vary in terms of effectiveness and efficiency. The course also looks into decision-making and the issues of acceptability and governance with sessions focusing on the mobility requirements for both rural and urban societies globally.
Key speakers include: Professor Iain Docherty (University of Glasgow); Dr Michael Synnott (Warwick Business School); Dr James Palmer (University of Oxford); Heather Allen (TRL).
Infrastructure, Development and Finance (6 - 9 September 2016)
This course explores the relationships between transport systems, infrastructure, investment, and economic development within developed and developing countries. It examines and evaluates the economic, social and environmental contribution of a range of different transport investments projects, including those associated with 'mega-projects', megacities, poverty and equity, labour market access and agglomeration economies.
Key speakers include: Professor Naomi Brookes (University of Leeds); Professor Jon Shaw (University of Plymouth); Satyaki Raghunath (Dubai Airports); Christian Wolmar (Independent Transport Commentator).
New Technologies and Changing Behaviours (14 - 17 March 2017)
This course examines the evolution and uptake of contemporary mobility systems. Individual sessions will explore emerging contemporary mobility cultures in different global regions, diffusion and new perspectives on the role of technology in changing behaviours and energy reduction, and the sociocultural dynamics of behaviour change. The course additionally offers an overview of new and emerging smart technologies and behavioural intervention programmes and provides insights into current projects and initiatives across the globe.
Key speakers include: Dr Robin Hickman (UCL); Dr Lorraine Whitmarsh (Cardiff University), Professor Graham Parkhurst (UWE Bristol).
Health, Wellbeing and Urban Mobility (2017, date TBC)
This course concentrates on the relationships between urban form and design, mobility practices, and physical and mental well-being. Sessions will address the historical and future links between urban environments and health at a range of spatial scales and in a range of geographical contexts. Particular emphases will be placed on the issues of social equity, providing sustainable access to services and the potential contribution of walking, cycling and public transport services to healthy cities.
Key speakers include: Dr Lesley Murray (University of Brighton); Dr David Ogilvie (Cambridge University); Professor Glenn Lyons (UWE); Dr Adrian Davis (University of Bristol).
To register for one of our courses please complete the following application form:
For more information on how to register, please email Anna Plyushteva. Each course within the programme includes all meals and accommodation*. Special corporate rates apply if you nominate three or more colleagues from your organisation. Alumni discounts will apply if you would like to study multiple programmes.
Fees for 2016 (per course)
- Private Sector: £3500
- Public Sector / Academic Rate: £1500
- PhD: £500
* if you live in Oxford please contact us for the non-residential option
* places for CILT members are available at special rates
"This programme represents a fantastic opportunity for future international leaders with an interest in transport to come together and discuss some of the most pressing issues facing modern societies. Efficient and sustainable transport networks are critical to the success of the global economy, yet managing transport is not just about creating the infrastructure, but also understanding the much bigger context that embeds transport in issues like globalisation, social justice, resource scarcity, and climate change."
Dr Tim Schwanen, Director of Oxford's TSU.
Each course within the Oxford Leadership Programme is accredited by the UK Chartered Institute of Transport and Logistics (CILT) for 25 hours Continuing Professional Development (CPD). The full programme is accredited for 100 hours CPD, which can be used to support applications for CILT Chartered Membership, or for upgrading existing CILT Membership to Fellowship status.
CILT is the pre-eminent independent professional body for individuals associated with logistics, supply chains and transport throughout their careers. As part of its mission, CILT aims to facilitate the development of personal and professional excellence, and to encourage the development of leading-edge thinking and best practice in logistics, supply-chains and transport.
All participants on the Leadership Programme will receive a certificate of attendance from Oxford University and the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport.
Each course is delivered over four days in the pleasant surroundings of Kellogg College, Oxford, with all accommodation and meals provided including a welcome lunch on arrival and a 'Formal Networking Dinner' with special guest speakers.
Course accommodation is included in the programme fees (three night's en-suite accommodation, with breakfast). All participants stay in Kellogg College's newly refurbished property at 12 Bradmore Road, Oxford, OX2 6QN. The property backs onto the College Grounds and is part of its Norham Manor site, which is conveniently located close to most Oxford University departments, libraries and the town centre.
Please note: There is strictly no parking available on-site.
All rooms are beautifully finished, are spacious and have en-suite facilities. Linen and bedding is provided, a flat screen television, and coffee and tea making facilities. There is a shared kitchen, as well as a comfortable communal living room where you can relax and spend time with other participants. All meals and refreshments are served in College.
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Image © David Fisher
Image © David Fisher
Image © David Fisher
The course fees include:
- Attendance at all sessions;
- Three nights full board accommodation at Kellogg College, with breakfast, lunch and dinner including a welcome lunch on arrival and a 'Formal Networking Dinner' with special guest speakers (non-residential option available which excludes accommodation, breakfasts and dinners);
- Morning and afternoon tea and coffee;
- Teaching materials and course guide;
- Oxford University Certificate of Attendance and CILT certificate; and
- 21 hours contact time with lecturers and tutors from industry, policy, practice and academia
Delegates can register for any number of courses, and when all four are booked at the same time the final course is free. Organisations making multiple bookings for their staff should enquire about our group discounts - please email ExEd@tsu.ox.ac.uk for further information.
Details of funding opportunities, including grants, bursaries, loans, scholarships and benefit information are available from ExEd@tsu.ox.ac.uk. Students taking this course may be eligible for a career development loan. A Rees Jefferys Road Fund scholarship (UK applicants only - please see testimonials) and a Transport Studies Unit scholarship are available. Please email ExEd@tsu.ox.ac.uk for details and to apply.