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Federal Highway Administration / Publications / Focus / May 2010

Accelerating Infrastructure Innovations

Publication Number: FHWA-HRT-10-013
Date: May 2010

Training on Demand

Training when you want it, where you want it. Web-based training courses offered by the Federal Highway Administration's (FHWA) National Highway Institute (NHI) are available for scheduling 24/7 through NHI's online catalog. Most of the self-paced courses are offered at no cost.

Options include a series of 12 courses on pavement preservation that introduce different types of preservation treatments, such as chip seals, micro-surfacing, and slurry seals. Also available are 40 courses developed by the Trans-portation Curriculum Coordination Council (TCCC). The TCCC courses range from Basic Materials for Highway and Structure Construction and Maintenance to Concrete Pavement Evaluation to Hot-Mix Asphalt Paving Field Inspection. Hydrology topics are also popular, including Plan of Action for Scour Critical Bridges and Stream Stability Factors and Concepts.

To see the full list of NHI's Web-based courses, visit www.nhi.fhwa.dot.gov and click on "Complete Listing of All NHI Web-Based Courses" under the "Web Course" section. For more information, contact the NHI training team at nhitraining@dot.gov.

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