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Publication Number: FHWA-HRT-10-017
Date: September 2010

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National Highway Institute Introduces Interactive New Web Site

Check out the Federal Highway Administration's (FHWA) new and improved National Highway Institute (NHI) Web site at The site's enhanced, user-friendly home page and other new features will make identifying, scheduling, and participating in NHI training sessions easier for members of the highway community.

"The update of the NHI Web site is the result of a year of work by our talented Systems team. Its goal was to provide a user-friendly experience that is intuitive to navigate, precise in execution, and quick to use. The new site does it all," says Rick Barnaby, Director of Training at NHI.

The new features include "My Training," which allows users to:

  • Directly launch Web-based and Web conference training.
  • View course history for current and past training.
  • Obtain personalized certificates for training that has been successfully completed.
  • View and download electronic materials ordered from the NHI Store.
  • Request an official transcript from the NHI Registrar or view and print unofficial transcripts.

The site's home page redesign makes it easier to search for NHI courses, download the course catalog, and find information on new and updated training opportunities. Visitors will also find an enhanced Help and Frequently Asked Questions page that provides more information on common issues and queries.

"Changes to the NHI Web site were based on input from our hosts, participants, and other users throughout all stages of our development process. This feedback enabled us to create the most effective improvements for our customers," says Heather Shelsta, NHI Training Program Manager for Systems and Marketing.

To experience the updated site today, visit Click on "eSubscribe" on the home page to subscribe to regular email updates from NHI.

A screen shot from the home page of the National Highway Institute ( A photo on the home page shows a man and a woman in business attire and hard hats.

Visit the new and improved National Highway Institute Web site at


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