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ATSSA Traffic Control Supervisor (2-day)

  • Mar 23, 2021 (9:00 - 5:00 pm CT; 8:00 - 4:00 pm MT)
    Virtual Learning (desktop or laptop access)
  • Mar 24, 2021 (9:00 - 1:00 pm CT; 8:00 - 12:00 pm MT)
    Virtual Learning (desktop or laptop access)

Registration

DEADLINE: Friday, March 12, 2021

A webinar link will be emailed 2 days prior to the presentation.

The above opportunity and more can be accessed by visiting the TLN Learning Management System (LMS).

Description

In an effort to support the FHWA Work Zone Safety and Mobility Rule that applies to all State and Local Governments receiving Federal-aid highway funding (reference 23 CFR 630 Subpart J), we are pleased to offer the ATSSA Traffic Control Supervisor (TCS) course as the industry standard for work zone safety training.

The TCS course is designed to train those who will be actively involved in designing or setting up and maintaining temporary traffic control in a work zone. It moves from the concepts and techniques taught in the TCT course to the implementation of traffic control plans and techniques for installation and removal. Participants are taught how to read and interpret plans and specifications and implement them in the field. Workshops included in the course are designed to provide real world examples in designing temporary traffic control setups and also recognizing, analyzing and correcting deficiencies.

There will be an exam at the end of Day 2 with approximately one hour to complete. Participants will be required to have their cameras turned on during the exam.

This is not a certification class. ATSSA will issue certificates of completion.

Speaker(s)

Tim Luttrell, ATSSA Master Trainer, is a Senior Transportation Engineer with Leidos and is a registered Professional Engineer in the State of Tennessee and the District of Columbia.

Target Audience

Personnel involved in the development, design, implementation, operation, inspection, and enforcement of work zone related transportation management and traffic control. This includes design engineers, traffic operations, data collection staff, safety personnel, construction project staff, maintenance staff, consultant engineers working for DOTs on state projects, and contractor and utility staff. This may also include executive-level decision-makers, policy makers, senior managers, information officers, and law enforcement and incident responders.

NDSU Dept 2880P.O. Box 6050Fargo, ND 58108-6050
(701)552-0672ndsu.ugpti@ndsu.edu