Training and Accreditation

The establishment of a dedicated Training and Accreditation function was shaped in 2018 and is a centerpiece of the iRAP strategy to enable others, create the capacity for scale and support the essential quality assurance of partner and supplier activity around the world. The Training and Accreditation team is responsible for development and delivery of training and accreditation that grows capability in Europe for people to make use of the iRAP methodology to perform projects and implement policies that support EuroRAP’s vision of creating a Europe free of high-risk roads, as well as the United Nations Decade of Action for Road Safety 2011-2020, United Nations Member States Global Road Safety Performance Targets and the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDG). Developed as a sustainable funding initiative, the Training and Accreditation activities are designed to be self-sustaining, so they can scale with scale to meet demand globally.


iRAP assessments are an internationally-recognised approach to managing road safety risk and saving lives. By taking iRAP training you and your team will build knowledge about infrastructure risk and develop the skills needed to perform iRAP assessments. iRAP offers a wide range of training modules that can be undertaken in a classroom, as online webinars or in a self-paced online environment. Students have the opportunity to complete assignments that help build a practical understanding of concepts and processes for application in Europe. By combining modules, courses can be developed to suit your needs and develop your credentials towards accreditation.

See available training courses and upcoming calendar dates here.

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EuroRAP is a strategic partner of FISITA.

FISITA (Fédération Internationale des Sociétés d’Ingénieurs des Techniques de l’Automobile) was founded in Paris in 1948 with the motto Progressons en Commun – Together we Progress. FISITA’s purpose is the same today as it was then: to bring together engineers from across the globe to share ideas and advance the technological development of the automobile. FISITA is the umbrella organisation for the national automotive societies around the world – controlled by the engineering profession and supported by the global automotive industry. Our network of Member Societies represents over 210,000 automotive engineers. FISITA’s goal is to provide a forum for dialogue amongst these engineers, as well as industry, government, academia, environmental and standards organisations.


With iRAP accreditation you become part of a community of experts that are able to perform iRAP specification activities in Europe and beyond to the same consistently high level of quality worldwide. If you are a consultant, you will become part of a market of accredited practitioners that are able to bid competitively to provide iRAP specification services. Although not mandatory, we encourage organisations that are performing and/or commissioning iRAP assessments in Europe to make use of accredited personnel.

Benefits of becoming an iRAP accredited supplier for Europe and beyond:

  • Formal acknowledgement that you are capable of performing iRAP specification activities.
  • Formal acknowledgement that an inspection system is capable of being used to perform iRAP specifications.
  • Listing on the iRAP website as an accredited practitioner. This listing is used regularly by organisations procuring iRAP specification services in Europe and other regional countries, such as the World Bank.
  • Licence to use the iRAP Accredited logo.
  • If you would like to become an iRAP accredited practitioner please complete the application form.

More details available here. 

RAP Activity Accredited Practitioners

A network of road safety professionals and companies capable of competitively bidding to provide high-quality iRAP assessments is growing. 

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