WORKSHOP

CILT Module DIP07 Movement of People

OVERVIEWThis unit provides the underlying knowledge for the movement of people in a national and international context. It addresses the responses of the operator of passenger transport to the characteristics of movements. Key elements are the operation of the interchange points and location, together with the vital communications links that supply the control and confirmation of movement.
DURATION6 x 2 hours
DELIVERYVirtual workshop
Work-based activities, including presentations, group work and case studies
LEARNING OUTCOMES
  • Understand the characteristics and nature of different passenger types.
  • Understand the impact of geography, demography and land-use on transport needs.
  • Understand the points of origin and destination as traffic generators and the consequent volumes of traffic.
  • Understand the variety of journey types and their implications on service provision.
  • Know the suitability of the various modes of transport for the movement of people.
  • Understand the capacity and resource requirements of the transport infrastructure.
  • Understand the characteristics of various types of service that may be required.
  • Understand the impact of resources on the types of service.
  • Know the factors that favour on-demand and own account transport, and their disadvantages.

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