This webinar is led by ITE Professional Development Committee.
To learn how to register and see more information about the webinar including webinar fees and PDH credit certificate fees, please view the webinar course page here.
The Professional Development Committee has developed a webinar about different facets of to speak to the broader membership about what new members through the planning initiative bring to the table. In the format of an open discussion, the panelists will discuss their respective planning disciplines, the goals of their projects and programs, and how they fold into larger mobility-related goals regarding moving people, transportation safety, and environmental concerns, among others. Panelists will discuss how they interact with peers on their projects and programs, where they find efficiencies and supporting partnerships, and where they find bottlenecks or silos on some of their efforts.
The goal of this webinar is to provide an overview of what different members of the planning profession do, how they work with one another, and how they work with traditional facets of transportation and traffic engineering. Attendees will learn what works and what doesn’t, any barriers to an “ideal” relationship, and how ITE members might take advantage of some of the new resources available within our membership and support the goals of new planning members.
- Identifying the different types of planning that engineers should be aware of, better incorporating all members of the transportation profession in mobility initiatives,
- Understanding non-mobility areas where planners operate and how traditional ITE members can engage and support those projects and programs
- Brainstorming more ways for ITE to include these new members and their expertise in on-going initiatives.
Policies: The webinar recording will be made available on-demand it will have a shelf life of 60 days to register before it is archived. Participants are able to purchase and retrieve their PDH credit certificate until their access to the content expires. After the content expires and goes into archive, the PDH credit certificate opportunity is forfeited.