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The agenda for this course is to teach and discuss the topics of:  Tort Liability, Common Problem Areas, and Risk Management Concepts.  The objectives are to understand importance and implications of Tort Liability Risk in Roadway Agencies, review legal aspects and identify ways to reduce risk.

This course serves as a refresher and beginner course for public work employees. The course covers basic math concepts such as: calculating areas, fractions, decimals, percentages, volumes, rates, costs, and solving common maintenance problems encountered in the field of public works. Intended Audience: Individuals who wish to refresh their past math skills, as well as learn new math concepts.

This course serves as a refresher and intermediate course for public work employees. The course covers intermediate math concepts such as: means, medians, modes, linear equations, basic algebra concepts, and solving common maintenance problems encountered in the field of public works. Intended Audience: Individuals who wish to refresh their past math skills, as well as learn new math concepts.

This course serves as a refresher and advanced course for public work employees. The course covers advanced math concepts such as: sines, cosines, geometry, trigonometry, volumes of compound structures, and solving common maintenance problems encountered in the field of public works.


The Two Way Radio course is designed to give transportation industry personnel the basic knowledge of proper 2-way radio procedures for their agency and the FCC. Topics covered are the general use of a two-way radio system, tower systems, 10 codes, phonetic codes, rules and regulations. Accident reporting and recommended procedures is briefly discussed.

This course expands the concepts covered in the Work Zone Traffic Control I / Flagger Training course. Participants will receive instruction in Legal Liability, and Inspection and Maintenance. During the course, there will be a workshop where participants will plan and demonstrate traffic control set-ups based on various scenarios. Participants wishing to enroll in this course must complete the Work Zone Traffic Control I  / Flagger Training course I prior to taking this class.

This course expands the concepts covered in the Work Zone Traffic Control II course. Participants will receive instruction in legal liability, MUTCD standards, traffic control plan reading and implementation, work zone inspection and maintenance. During the course, there will be a workshop where participants will practice drawing and interpreting traffic control plans based on various scenarios. Participants wishing to enroll in this course must complete the Work Zone Traffic Control II course prior to taking this class.

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