A non-teacher’s guide to planning and delivering a road safety lesson

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This workshop will build on a presentation delivered as part of the Fringe programme on Wednesday 9 November.

Road safety sessions are often being delivered by people who do not have a background in education, but who want to make a difference to vulnerable road users. With time in front of an audience often very limited, it is important to make sessions as effective as possible.

The workshop will cover: lesson planning; learning styles; delivery styles; audience engagement; classroom management; and evaluation potential.

Iain Watson, Senior Road Safety Officer, Suffolk County Council

Iain Watson is senior road safety officer for Suffolk County Council. He has been a primary school teacher, an advisory teacher, deputy headteacher, Bikeability instructor and road safety officer.

He has spent the last 15 years planning and delivering road safety education sessions to audiences ranging from lower primary to further education and beyond.