Conferences Courses Training & Events

Throughout the year, the Graham Feest Consultancy organises several interactive style events for those working (or have an interest) in safety connected with transport, traffic, roads and human behaviour. Such events have in mind current government and local thinking  surrounding issues of best practice  innovation and research along with the role of education, enforcement and engineering. They all compliment the Safe Systems Approach to reducing and mitigating injury when roads users make mistakes along with a risk based approach designed to prevent incidents occurring.

Currently  two types of events:

Interactive Training and Workshop Events based on a conference style approach involving speakers, individual and group activity and discussion.   –

These are set at various locations around the UK with a limit on numbers to enable active participation and in a friendly setting to encourage interaction between presenters and participants.

They are of a day duration based on high value at a low cost. The fee paid includes all refreshments and lunch. There is a very attractive early bird discount rate of which the majority of participants take advantage.

They use a wide range of presenters and whilst a set theme may well appear on a number of prospectus’ the speakers and topic areas covered will at  in part  vary.

The 2022 programme is being set to include one of these events each month at different locations around the UK. They carry an accreditation from SoRSA in terms of their CPD requirements and also  support other CPD needs as required.


Maintaining Contact Events‘ – these are FREE to attend and span a two hour period.  Most occur at lunchtime between 12noon and 2.00p.m. A small number  take place as breakfast meetings between 8.00a.m and 10.00a.m.

Those attending, who will have registered beforehand, order what they wish to drink and eat and pay  direct to the venue before leaving or as their terms dictate. (ie money with order/pay as you g)

Time is allowed for a brief input and discussion on current transport, traffic, roads, and safety affairs along with other related topics. The remainder of the time is used as a networking opportunity.

These are arranged on an adhoc basis and publicised accordingly.