UP National Center for Transportatiaon Studies Trainings


By LCP Secretariat
June 21, 2017


The UP National Center for Transportation Studies (U.P. NCTS) has envisioned to become an internationally recognized center of excellence in the field of transportation studies. In line with our mission to contribute to national growth and development by supporting academic instruction, conducting and promoting scholarly research, training, information and other extension services in the field of transportation, we are pleased to inform you that we have several training programs lined-up for this year.

 

The Center is cordially inviting participants from the local government units involved in transportation and related functions to join in our training program/s. Also, our courses are open to all qualified government personnel involved in the transportation planning, traffic engineering, and law enforcement. Every conduct of the training has limited number of participant slots and as such, an early response is suggested. Prospective applicants are expected to make their arrangement for drawing appropriate per diem and budget for their accommodation while undergoing training.

 

Applicants must be endorsed by their respective office heads directly to the Center. Only applications with complete supporting documents will be considered. Attached are the Training Program for 2017, application form, list of required documents and payment procedures. Application is also available online thru our website at www.ncts.upd.edu.ph.

 

We are looking forward to your most favorable response to disseminate this information among your constituent cities. For more details or inquiries, please feel free to contact us at tel nos. 929-0495, 981-8500 loc. 3551/3552 or email us at up.ncts@gmail.com.

 


Thank you very much.

 

Click here to download NCTS Training Schedule

NCTS application form and payment procedures

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