My experiences as an instructor for ITE have been very rewarding. Not only is it an opportunity to share my knowledge and experience with others, but it also allows me to learn from the participants through their questions and discussion. It also provides an opportunity to network with, and develop contacts, with other's involved in transportation engineering.
- Woody Hood, Chief, Traffic Engineering Design Division, Maryland State Highway Administration, Hanover, MD, USA
I wanted to thank you for your assistance and say
what a pleasant experience that was for me as an instructor. Overall, I’d have to say this was a very positive experience from my perspective.
-Robert A. Scopatz, Ph.D., Director for Research and Government Services, Data Nexus, Inc., College Station, TX, USA
The ITE Educational Foundation is continuing to grow its professional development program, particularly in the area of Web training. The foundation is currently seeking instructors for its Web seminars/briefings and classroom seminars. We are looking for confident, experienced presenters, who have the subject matter expertise to translate theory into practical application, incorporate relevant examples and develop resource materials. Topics of interest include introductory and advanced courses in safety, traffic operations, congestion, signals, planning, accessibility, traffic calming, designing for all users (pedestrians, bicycles, etc.) and “hot topics” in any of these areas. If you are interested in developing and/or instructing a course, please complete the below training proposal form and return to Nicola Tavares, Professional Development Associate, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are interested sharing your expertise with ITE’s members, please complete and submit the below training proposal form, including course objectives. The proposal will be subject to review by ITE Technical Staff. Upon approval, ITE will provide you with a letter of agreement including a scheduled date and time to host the training.
Individuals involved in developing, administering, and delivering learning events demonstrate high standards of professional conduct and do not discriminate against learners on the basis of gender, age, socioeconomic or ethnic background, religion, sexual orientation, or disability.