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The ITE Canada Training Committee
The Training Committee was formed in 2016 to increase the awareness and availability of training opportunities for Canadian transportation professionals by overseeing the development and delivery of training initiatives. The Training Committee is comprised of ITE Canada members who are responsible for prioritizing, selecting and organizing training opportunities for transportation professionals across Canada. The Training Committee is the liaison between the ITE Canada membership, the ITE Canada Executive and Board of Directors, the ITE Canada Technical Liaison Committee, and partner organizations for training.
Since the Training Committee is primarily a coordinating body tasked with providing opportunities for training to ITE Canada members, it typically does not get involved with the development of specific training materials or delivery of the actual training sessions. Individual members of the Training Committee can be involved in the preparation of materials and delivery of the training sessions as appropriate.
Request for Proposals – 2022
The ITE Canada Training Committee invites individuals or firms to express their interest in providing training opportunities to members of ITE Canada and other transportation professionals.
Deadline for Questions: Please submit questions related to the RFP by 11:59 PM (Pacific) on March 25, 2022
Proposals must be received: by 5:00 PM (Pacific) on April 08, 2022
Have an idea for training? please contact the Training Committee at email@example.com.
Maryam Tabeshian, M.Sc., P.Eng., PTOE
Maryam is a Transportation Engineer at WSP. She is a registered Professional Engineer in AB and BC and is a certified Professional Traffic Operations Engineer with ten years of experience in the field of traffic engineering and operations, traffic modelling and traffic simulation. Maryam has been a member of CITE since 2013 and is actively involved in the transportation engineering community, joining the CITE Training Committee in 2017.
Ian Roth, P.Eng. (Vice Chair)
Ian is a Transportation Engineer and Project Manager at Urban Systems, based in Kelowna, BC and has worked in consulting for the past ten years with a focus on providing multi-modal transportation planning, design, community engagement and interdisciplinary services. He has been a member of CITE since 2010, has filled all the roles on the BC Interior Section Executive and currently serves on the CITE Board of Directors. Ian was also a key member of Local Arrangements Committee for the 2016 CITE Annual Conference in Kelowna.
Anna Snook, P.Eng., PTOE (Past Chair)
Anna is a Transportation System Engineer for the City of St. John’s, Newfoundland. With experience working both in the private and public sector, she is excited by how much the industry has evolved in recent years. She feels that improving design practice and the need for innovative solutions to non-standard challenges reinforce the importance of continued learning and professional growth. With an interest in lifelong learning, she helped establish CITE’s Training Committee and is committed to its work to foster education opportunities for transportation professionals.
Samira Farahani, M.Sc., P.Eng.
Samira Farahani is a Senior Traffic Engineer in the Highway Operation Management Branch, Ministry of Transportation. She has ten years of experience developing, managing, and coordinating numerous traffic engineering and transportation planning studies. Samira holds a master’s degree from the University of Waterloo. Her research was used as one of the fundamental documents to expand the higher-order transit service in the Region of Waterloo. She is an active member of WTS and ITE and collaborates with other organizations to advocate advancing women in transportation.
Adam St. Amant, P.Eng., PTOE
Adam St. Amant is a Transportation Engineer at the City of Lethbridge and is involved in transportation planning, project management, and traffic engineering activities. He reviews various development plans from the transportation perspective, was the project manager for the City’s Cycling Master Plan, is the project manager for the City’s upcoming Transportation Master Plan, and participates in various processes for transportation infrastructure improvement and design.
Terms of Reference
Learn more about the ITE Canada Training Committee in their Terms of Reference below.