TABS attended the MP's Bike Ride launching National Bike Week 2015
TABS Newsletter - JULY 2015
1. Training Conference 2015 - FEEDBACK
2. YOUR VIEWS please re regional training
3. Free places for TABS members @ transport
4. Brainstorming re. TABS advocacy event
5. Bikeability 2015 School survey & Tweet
2015 Bikeability training conference - FEEDBACK REPORT
campaign - UPDATE
Many thanks to all of you who provided feedback on the training conference. The prize draw (signed junior BC racing team cycle jersey and 30 TABS drawstring bags) was won by Martina on behalf of Gloucestershire County Council.
TABS has collated the results of the survey feedback from delegates. These are summarised in a short report alongside recommendations for future events. Download a copy of the report - click here.
MEMBER SURVEY - future regional training workshops - YOUR VIEWS?
Based on conference delegate feedback, TABS is investigating the potential to run further day-long regional sessions this year. We have compiled a member survey to get your views on what topics should be covered, where and when they should be held. Please help us to provide the training you want by completing this short survey by Friday 24th July 2015. Click here to access the survey.
NB we are trying to keep costs as low as possible to attend training sessions - we are therefore looking for offers of venues - if you think you might be able to offer a venue PLEASE complete the relevant section in the survey or contact firstname.lastname@example.org directly.
TABS Director, David Shannon has negotiated a free place for all TABS members at Sustainable Transport: Beyond 2015 conference – Tues 8th September, London. For further details / information on how to apply click here.
TABS is convening a small group to brainstorm the format and purpose of a future ‘advocacy’ event for TABS – to promote Bikeability and the work that we all do - further details in the next newsletter.
TABS Director, David Dansky, recently spoke on behalf of TABS at the Freight Transport Association conference re. widening the reach of Bikeability training as well as the importance of training drivers. He is also currently working with a series of driving schools re. education of instructors.