Professional training seminar for driving instructors and licensed examiners held at International University Travnik
The International University Travnik in Travnik, in cooperation with the Ministry of Education, Science, Youth, Culture and Sports CBC , organized a professional training seminar for licensed examiners, lecturers and driving instructors entitled “Safe driving and behavior at roundabouts”.
Dean of the Faculty of Traffic and Transport Engineering Travnik, prof. Dr. Sinan Alispahić, said that the aim of this seminar is to educate licensed instructors, examiners, lecturers and committee presidents on behavior and driving at the roundabout and to harmonize the contents and criteria, so that there are fewer problems and exam grades in the field. were as objective as possible. Dean Alispahić added that during the two days of lectures, the seminar participants were able to acquire new knowledge about the importance of roundabouts, then the criteria for constructing roundabouts, as well as the rules of safe driving in roundabouts.
Assistant Minister of Education, Science,Youth, Culture and Sports CBC, Šezad Hodžić, pointed out that during the lecture, the dangerous driving of traffic participants in roundabouts who do not respect the rules of safe driving was analyzed. He said that it is necessary to continuously educate all traffic participants in order to improve safety and reduce the number of accidents.
After the lecture, a workshop was held for seminar participants entitled: “Practical solutions to the assessment of individual examples of behavior in a roundabout on the exam.”
At the very end of the seminar, a summary of the above was realized, with the organization of the discussion and answers to the questions asked by the participants. At the same time, certificates were distributed to all participants, which will be useful for them when renewing their licenses and applying for competitions. The seminar was held in compliance with all prescribed preventive measures due to the spread of the COVID-19 virus, and all participants were required to wear masks.