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All courses provided by, or with, JCT are delivered by highly experienced traffic engineers:


John Nightingale MSc(Eng), CEng FIHE MCIHT

John is a Director of JCT, he joined JCT in January 2008 following 13 years of experience in both local government and traffic signal contracting. John's introduction to the traffic engineering industry was as a contracting engineer giving him a particular insight in the practical aspects of installation and maintenance of signals. His tenure in local government gave him experience in a broad range of traffic engineering including accident investigation and road safety audit as well as signals design and modelling.

Simon Swanston MSc, BEng, CEng FIHE

Simon is an Associate Director at JCT. He is a fully trained LinSig, ARCADY, PICADY and TRANSYT modeller, able to scope, execute and report on traffic control modelling work associated with either isolated or linked signal control networks. Simon heads up JCT's Consultancy team and is an experienced designer and expert problem solver. Simon is an experienced tutor who brings a significant amount of practical experience into the classroom.

Stuart Hanson BSc (Hons), EngTech

Stuart is an Assistant Engineer at JCT, he joined in August 2016 following a 12 year career in the secondary school teaching profession. Stuart lectures on an annual basis to masters and PhD students in many of the prestigious transport universities in the UK. Stuart is a trained LinSig and Picady modeller responsible for working with the principal engineer on the design and assessment of single junctions, networks and roundabouts.




 
 

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