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Training: Courses, Seminars, and Workshops

The following list contains of the currently available learning opportunities from the National Highway Institute, FHWA Program Pavement Office, FHWA Resource Center, AASHTO, Universities, and Industry related to the Pavement and Materials Discipline (updated: November 7, 2013).

Disclaimer: The United States Government does not endorse products or manufacturers. Trademarks or manufacturers' names appear herein only because they are considered essential to the objective of this site, to share the most pertinent information available.

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Intelligent Compaction (IC) Workshop - Out-Smarting Soils and Asphalt  

This workshop will provide an overview of the use of IC to improve the compaction process and quality control of subgrade soils, base materials and asphalt paving projects - IC technology can provide many benefits to both the agency and contractors to accomplish a successful construction project.

Type of Training: Instructor led training

Length: 1/2 day

Location: Contact POC

Source: FHWA / Asphalt Institute

Point(s) of Contact: michael.arasteh@dot.gov

Safety Edge  

Type of Training: Web based Training

Length: 2 hr

Location: Contact POC

Source: FHWA

Point(s) of Contact: christopher.wagner@dot.gov, Andy.Mergenmeier@dot.gov

Highway Materials Engineering

Highway Materials Engineering Course  

Presented by the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) over the last 20 years as the Highway Materials Engineering Academy, the course offered an opportunity for transportation agency personnel to gain the knowledge needed to develop materials specifications and guidance; make effective project acceptance decisions; and design, construct, and maintain assets to achieve a long service life. FHWA is now extensively revising the course to update the technical content and add new content areas for the Highway Materials Engineering Course.

Type of Training: Web based Training -Instructor led Training

Length: >5 days

Location: Click Here To Visit The Website

Source: HIF

Point(s) of Contact: Mike.Rafalowski@dot.gov

Materials: Asphalt

Advanced Mix Design (WMA, RAP, and RAS)  

To provide a basic understanding of the advantages of using RAP, RAS, and WMA and to provide the materials testing and mix design associated with these technologies.

Type of Training: Instructor led training

Length: 3 days

Location: Click Here To Visit The Website

Source: National Center for Asphalt Technology

Point(s) of Contact: National Center for Asphalt Technology

Asphalt Academy  

A variety of asphalt construction and materials training covering binders, mixtures, emulsions, construction, environment, and preservation of asphalt pavements. Please see attached flyer for details

Type of Training: Other

Length: >3 days

Location: Click Here To Visit The Website

Source: Asphalt Institute

Point(s) of Contact: Asphalt Institute

Asphalt Mix Performance Testing  

Compare and contrast performance-related and performance-based testing. Identify common performance tests and their relationship to pavement distress

Type of Training: Web based Training

Length: 2 hr

Location: Contact POC

Source: FHWA

Point(s) of Contact: Jeff.Withee@dot.gov

Asphalt Technology Course  

The purpose of this intensive course is to provide a basic understanding of all phases of HMA technology. Upon completion, the participant will be able to make knowledgeable decisions related to HMA pavements and communicate effectively with asphalt specialists when the need arises.

Type of Training: Instructor led training

Length: >3 days

Location: Click Here To Visit The Website

Source: National Center for Asphalt Technology

Point(s) of Contact: National Center for Asphalt Technology

Best Practices for Asphalt Longitudinal Joints  

This webinar will cover the results of a recent project of longitudinal joints conducted by the Asphalt Institute and Federal Highway Administration that examined how longitudinal joints are specified and constructed across the United States.

Type of Training: Web Based self-paced recorded training

Length: 2 hr

Location: Click Here To Visit The Website

Source: FHWA / Asphalt Institute

Point(s) of Contact: Michael.Arasteh@dot.gov

Binder Technician Training & Certification Course  

The attendee will learn how to analyze test results and determine specification compliance for Superpave Performance Graded (PG) binders. Each attendee will have the opportunity to operate the test equipment while conducting tests on samples they have prepared. Equipment that will be used is the rotational viscometer, dynamic shear rheometer, and bending beam rheometer.

Type of Training: Instructor led training

Length: >3 days

Location: Click Here To Visit The Website

Source: National Center for Asphalt Technology

Point(s) of Contact: National Center for Asphalt Technology

Recycled Pavement Technologies  

Describe the use and benefits of several recycled materials including crumb rubber, reclaimed asphalt pavement (RAP) and recycled asphalt shingles (RAS); develop key components of a testing program when using RAP and RAS; and calculate the percent binder replacement for an asphalt mixture with RAP and RAS.

Type of Training: Web based Training

Length: 2 hr

Location: Contact POC

Source: FHWA

Superpave Mix Design Course  

The purpose of this 3 1/2-day workshop is to provide a basic understanding of the Superpave mix design process and hands-on training using Superpave specification criteria. Upon completion, the attendees will be able to develop a Superpave volumetric mix design in their laboratories.

Type of Training: Instructor led training

Length: >3 days

Location: Click Here To Visit The Website

Source: National Center for Asphalt Technology

Point(s) of Contact: National Center for Asphalt Technology

TCCC Superpave Mix Design Process and Analysis  

This training will give Hot Mix Asphalt materials engineers and/or materials technicians a better understanding of Superpave mix design process and analysis.

Type of Training: Web Based self-paced recorded training

Length: 2 hr

Location: This course may not be currently offered. Contact NHI.

Source: National Highway Institute

TCCC Superpave for Construction  

The Superpave for Construction Course contains information for field construction personnel on the Superpave mix design system and the control of field produced Hot Mix Asphalt. This course is an excellent learning tool to assist in understanding corrective actions for volumetric parameters.

Type of Training: Web Based self-paced recorded training

Length: 2 hr

Location: Click Here To Visit The Website

Source: National Highway Institute

Tack Coat Best Practice Workshop  

This workshop will focus on identifying best practices for better understanding of the key role tack coat plays in optimizing pavement performance.

Type of Training: Instructor led training

Length: 1/2 day

Location: Contact POC

Source: FHWA / Asphalt Institute

Point(s) of Contact: Jason.Dietz@dot.gov

Materials: Concrete

Alkali Silica Reactivity in Concrete: Understanding, Mitigation, and Specification  

The main objectives for the recorded webinars are to:

  • Review the fundamentals of alkali-aggregate reaction (e.g. alkali-silica reaction, ASR, versus alkali-carbonate reaction, ACR)
  • Summarize available methods of preventing or mitigating ASR-induced damage in newly-constructed and existing concrete structures.
  • Discuss and recommend test methods and specifications related to AAR.
  • Provide case studies of AAR-affected concrete structures, including rehabilitation strategies.

Type of Training: Web Based Conference

Length: 1.5 days

Location: Click Here To Visit The Website

Source: FHWA

Point(s) of Contact: Gina.Ahlstrom@dot.gov

Cementitious Materials  

The instructors will explain the attributes of various cementitious materials that affect performance, design, and construction and how chemical reactions and hydration processes impact the performance of both plastic and hardened concrete.

Type of Training: Instructor led training

Length: 1 day

Location: Contact POC

Source: FHWA / American Concrete Institute coop

Point(s) of Contact: Tom.Yu@dot.gov

Chemical Admixtures  

An in-depth overview of chemical admixtures used in concrete. This information will help designers understand the positive and negative effects of various types of admixtures and help construction personnel identify and prepare for possible issues in the field.

Type of Training: Instructor led training

Length: 1 day

Location: Contact POC

Source: FHWA / American Concrete Institute coop

Point(s) of Contact: Tom.Yu@dot.gov

Quality in the Concrete Paving Process  

Training to implement improved Quality Assurance procedures and test procedures that relate to long-term performance

Type of Training: Instructor led training

Length: 2 days

Location: TBD

Source: FHWA-RC-TST

Point(s) of Contact: Dennis.Dvorak@dot.gov

Self-Consolidating Concrete  

This seminar will provide highway engineers with a comprehensive understanding of self-consolidating concrete (SCC). The presenters will explain how SCC can be used to produce better and more durable concrete in transportation structures.

Type of Training: Instructor led training

Length: 1 day

Location: Contact POC

Source: FHWA / American Concrete Institute coop

Point(s) of Contact: Tom.Yu@dot.gov

TCCC Advanced Self-Consolidating Concrete  

This training will cover the basic characteristics of self-consolidating concrete as well as advantages of using SCC as compared to conventional concrete.

Type of Training: Web Based self-paced recorded training

Length: 2 hr

Location: Click Here To Visit The Website

Source: National Highway Institute

TCCC Concrete Series  

The TCCC Concrete Series is part of a curriculum from the “Integrated Materials and Construction Practices for Concrete Pavement” manual developed through the National Concrete Pavement Technology Center at Iowa State University.

Type of Training: Web Based self-paced recorded training

Length: 2 hr

Location: Click Here To Visit The Website

Source: National Highway Institute

TCCC Construction of Portland Cement Concrete Pavements  

This training provides participants with an overview of the entire Portland cement concrete (PCC) paving and restoration process: setting forms, mixing, hauling, curing and applicable repair techniques.

Type of Training: Web Based self-paced recorded training

Length: 2 hr

Location: Click Here To Visit The Website

Source: National Highway Institute

TCCC Portland Cement Concrete Paving Inspection  

This training course has been prepared to provide guidance and instruction to inspectors involved in the construction of Portland cement concrete (PCC) pavements.

Type of Training: Web Based self-paced recorded training

Length: 2 hr

Location: Click Here To Visit The Website

Source: National Highway Institute

TCCC Roller Compacted Concrete Pavements  

This course contains six modules. All of the modules for this training were developed from the August 2010 “Guide for Roller-Compacted Concrete Pavements” which is available from the Portland Cement Association website www.cement.org/pavements.

Type of Training: Web Based self-paced recorded training

Length: 2 hr

Location: Click Here To Visit The Website

Source: National Highway Institute

TCCC Testing Self-Consolidating Concrete  

This training includes an overview of the fresh properties of self-consolidating concrete including terminology, target guidelines and quality control.

Type of Training: Web Based self-paced recorded training

Length: 2 hr

Location: Click Here To Visit The Website

Source: National Highway Institute

Materials: Other

Earthwork/Base Technology  

This is a 2 1/2-day course consisting of classroom instruction and case studies. The objective is to give technicians an understanding of what is needed to ensure quality construction of various earthwork and base courses.

Type of Training: Instructor led training

Length: 3 days

Location: Click Here To Visit The Website

Source: National Center for Asphalt Technology

Point(s) of Contact: National Center for Asphalt Technology

TCCC Aggregate Sampling Basics  

The Aggregate Sampling Basics course will cover the importance of proper sampling, why we need to sample aggregate, and why we need special procedures to do so.

Type of Training: Web Based self-paced recorded training

Length: 2 hr

Location: Click Here To Visit The Website

Source: National Highway Institute

Point(s) of Contact: Dr. Danny Xiao, xxiao@lsu.edu

TCCC Basic Materials for Highway and Structure Construction and Maintenance  

This training is directed toward the entry level technician, to give them a general view of the basic materials used in construction and maintenance.

Type of Training: Web Based self-paced recorded training

Length: 1/2 day

Location: Click Here To Visit The Website

Source: National Highway Institute

TCCC Materials Testing: Reducing Aggregate Samples  

The Materials Testing and Reducing Aggregate Samples course will cover the two methods for splitting a sample; using a mechanical splitter and quartering.

Type of Training: Web Based self-paced recorded training

Length: 2 hr

Location: Click Here To Visit The Website

Source: National Highway Institute

Other

Pavement Interactive  

Pavia Systems powers the Pavement Interactive website, which is a free online knowledge base for the paving industry. Pavement Interactive provides a repository for encyclopedic articles, news, and information on all topics related to pavements. It serves as a resource for contractors, government agencies, consultants, and others in the industry. With its broad coverage, Pavement Interactive can be helpful to a wide range of potential users, including engineers, technicians, equipment operators, inspectors, managers, researchers, and students as well as the general public.

Location: Click Here To Visit The Website

Source: Pavia Systems

Point(s) of Contact: info@paviasystems.com

Pavinars: Webinars for the Pavement Community  

A Pavinar is a free, one hour online session, where Dr. Danny Xiao and/or guest speakers give a presentation on topics of interest to the pavement community. Anyone with an interest in pavements is welcome to participate. Generally, there is a forty-minute presentation followed by a twenty-minute discussion. After the Pavinar is completed, a Professional Development Hour (PDH) certificate will be emailed to you for one PDH.

Type of Training: Web based Training

Length: 2 hr

Location: Click Here To Visit The Website

Source: University of Arkansas

Point(s) of Contact: Dr. Andrew Braham

Pavement Construction

Roadway Technology  

It covers areas of asphalt pavement construction: delivery, placement, and compaction of HMA mixtures, random sampling, and computation of pay factors used for HMA pavements.

Type of Training: Instructor led training

Length: 3 days

Location: Click Here To Visit The Website

Source: National Center for Asphalt Technology

Point(s) of Contact: National Center for Asphalt Technology

Pavement Design

AASHTO ME Design  

FHWA has conducted several webinars and ILT on the AASHTO ME design software and theory. These are available on request and can be tailored to meet the needs of the intended audience.

Type of Training: Instructor led training

Length: 3 days

Location: Contact POC

Source: FHWA

Point(s) of Contact: christopher.wagner@dot.gov, Tom.Yu@dot.gov

FHWA Onsite RealCost Life-Cycle Cost Analysis (LCCA) Software Workshop  

This workshop provides the participants with in-depth instruction on how to integrate and use the FHWA RealCost Life-Cycle Cost Analysis software in evaluating life-cycle costs of competing project alternatives as part of their project development process. Completion of the Fundamentals of Life-Cycle Cost Analysis is recommended prior to taking this course

Type of Training: Instructor led training

Length: 1 day

Location: Click Here To Visit The Website

Source: POC

Point(s) of Contact: Nadarajah.Sivaneswaran@dot.gov

ME Design web Series: Calibration  

The FHWA, in collaboration with the AASHTO Pavement ME Design Task Force, has developed a series of 8 webinars on Calibration of the models in the ME design process.

Type of Training: Web based Training

Length: 2 hr

Location: Click Here To Visit The Website

Source: FHWA / Applied Research Associates

Point(s) of Contact: christopher.wagner@dot.gov, Gary.Crawford@dot.gov

ME Design web Series: Software Overview  

The FHWA, in collaboration with the AASHTO Pavement ME Design Task Force, has developed a series of 10 webinars on the use of the new AASHTOware® pavement computational software, Pavement ME Design.

Type of Training: Web Based self-paced recorded training

Length: 3 days

Location: Contact POC

Source: FHWA / Applied Research Associates

Point(s) of Contact: christopher.wagner@dot.gov, Gary.Crawford@dot.gov

Pavement Maintenance

Asphalt Pavement Maintenance for Local Agencies  

Asphalt pavement is a major component of our transportation system. Transportation agencies at the city and county level can maximize the value of their huge investment in streets and roads by using proper pavement maintenance strategies. This 3-day online course provides a solid working knowledge of the most common pavement maintenance and preservation practices. Basic principles, best field practices and safety issues are covered

Type of Training: Web based Training

Length: 3 days

Location: Click Here To Visit The Website

Source: UC Berkeley, Institute of Transportation Studies

Point(s) of Contact: TBD

Pavement Management

Asphalt Pavement Management Implementation  

Students taking this series of courses will learn the essentials of how to successfully maintain an existing or implement a new PMS (pavement management system) from scratch within their agency.

Type of Training: Web based Training

Length: 3 days

Location: Click Here To Visit The Website

Source: UC Berkeley, Institute of Transportation Studies

Pavement Management - Improving the Effectiveness of Your Program  

The participants will be able to Identify the components of an effective Pavement Management Program (PMP) and describe the contribution of each to the Program’s success. Explain the role of pavement management in supporting an agency’s Transportation Asset Management (TAM) Program. Describe effective uses of pavement management information and several strategies for improving the effectiveness of a PMP. (*Note from Tech Lead: most of content is current but revisions could occur to include emerging technologies for data collection, the necessary link to Asset Management and performance programs, emerging information on data quality.)

Type of Training: Instructor led training

Length: 2 days

Location: FHWA-NHI-131116A

Source: National Highway Institute

Point(s) of Contact: Luis.Rodriguez@dot.gov, Thomas.Van@dot.gov

Pavement Performance Measures (TPM)

High Friction Surface Treatment (HFST)  

Describe the purpose of HFST, materials, and selected DOT experiences

Type of Training: Web based Training

Length: 2 hr

Location: Contact POC

Source: FHWA

Point(s) of Contact: Andy.Mergenmeier@dot.gov, Frank.Julian@dot.gov

Pavement Preservation

Asphalt Pavement Preservation Series  

Pavement Preservation Treatment Construction - WEB-BASED
PROGRAM AREA: Pavements and Materials
COURSE NUMBER: FHWA-NHI-131110

FHWA, in partnership with Caltrans, the National Center for Pavement Preservation, and the Transportation Curriculum Coordination Council (TCCC) created the Pavement Preservation Treatment Construction Guide (PPTCG) as a resource for agency and industry pavement preservation practitioners. This course is designed to provide participants with an introduction to the PPTCG, so that they can better use it to familiarize themselves with general information on pavement preservation concepts and techniques. The guide covers basic pavement preservation concepts, as well as information on specific treatments to extend the life of asphalt pavements. The module topics are:

  1. Introduction to Pavement Preservation (NHI-131110A)
  2. Materials (NHI-131110B)
  3. Crack Sealing, Crack Filling and Joint Sealing of Flexible and Rigid Pavements (NHI-131110C)
  4. Patching and Edge Repairs (NHI-131110D)
  5. Chip Seals (NHI-131110E)
  6. Fog Seals (NHI-131110F)
  7. Slurry Seals (NHI-131110G)
  8. Micro-surfacing Projects (NHI-131110H)
  9. Thin Functional and Maintenance Overlay Projects (NHI-131110I)
  10. Ultra Thin, Hot-Mixed, Bonded Overlay Projects (NHI-131110J)
  11. Selecting a Pavement Presentation Treatment (NHI-131110K)

Each of the modules is also offered as individual trainings and can be accessed by registering for the course number listed with each module.

Location: Click Here To Visit The Website

Concrete Pavement Preservation Series  

TCCC Concrete Pavement Preservation Series - WEB-BASED
PROGRAM AREA: Pavements and Materials
COURSE NUMBER: FHWA-NHI-131126

Course Description:

This Concrete Pavement Preservation Series presents current guidelines and recommendations for the design, construction, and selection of cost-effective concrete pavement preservation strategies. It concentrates primarily on strategies and methods that are applicable at the project level, and not at the network level, where pavement management activities function and address such issues as prioritizing and budgeting.

Modules:

  1. Preventive Maintenance and Pavement Preservation Concepts (FHWA-NHI-131126A)
  2. Concrete Pavement Evaluation (FHWA-NHI-131126B)
  3. Slab Stabilization and Slab Jacking (FHWA-NHI-131126C)
  4. Partial-Depth Repairs (FHWA-NHI-131126D)
  5. Full-Depth Repairs (FHWA-NHI-131126E)
  6. Retrofitted Edge Drains (FHWA-NHI-131126F)
  7. Load Transfer Restoration (FHWA-NHI-131126G)
  8. Diamond Grinding and Grooving (FHWA-NHI-131126H)
  9. Joint Resealing and Crack Sealing (FHWA-NHI-131126I)
  10. Strategy Selection (FHWA-NHI-131126J)

Location: Click Here To Visit The Website

National Center for Pavement Preservation Training  

The Transportation System Preservation Technical Services Program (TSP∙2) provide State Highway Agencies (SHAs), Provincial Departments of Transportation, and other pavement and bridge preservation practitioners with a source for news and technical information on a wide range of system preservation related issues.

Location: Click Here To Visit The Website

Point(s) of Contact: ncpp@egr.msu.edu

Quality Assurance Program

QA for Concrete Pavement Materials and Acceptance  

Training covers what a quality program for conrete pavement should include and best practices to assurance long-term performance of concrete.

Type of Training: Web based Training

Length: 2 hr

Location: Contract POC

Source: FHWA-RC-TST

Point(s) of Contact: Dennis.Dvorak@dot.gov, Michael.Praul@dot.gov

Quality Assurance Program

Identifying and Reducing Risk in your States QA Program (Part1)  

Training to Implement improved Quality Assurance procedures and test procedures and test procedures and test procedures that relate to long term performance. Key areas will include basis of acceptance.

Type of Training: Web based Training

Length: 2 hr

Location: Contract POC

Source: FHWA-RC-TST

Point(s) of Contact: Dennis.Dvorak@dot.gov, Michael.Rafalowski@dot.gov

Identifying and Reducing Risk in your States QA Program (Part2)  

Training to implement improved Quality Assurance procedures and test procedures that relate to long-term performance. Key areas will include quality assurance requirements for Design-Build projects.

Type of Training: Web based Training

Length: 2 hr

Location: Contract POC

Source: FHWA-RC-TST

Point(s) of Contact: Dennis.Dvorak@dot.gov, Robert.Conway@dot.gov

Identifying and Reducing Risk in your States QC Program (Part 3)  

Training to implement improved Quality Assurance procedures and test procedures that relate to long term performace. Key areas include CAP Technical Guide on Materials Quality and QA Assessment.

Type of Training: Web based Training

Length: 2 hr

Location: Contract POC

Source: FHWA-RC-TST

Point(s) of Contact: Dennis.Dvorak@dot.gov

Next Step for Effective Validation of Contractors Test Results  

Training to address the methods used to validate contractors test results including the F & t test along with case studies.

Type of Training: Web based Training

Length: 2 hr

Location: Contract POC

Source: FHWA-RC-TST

Point(s) of Contact: Dennis.Dvorak@dot.gov, Robert.Conway@dot.gov

Proper Verification and Validation of Smoothness Test Results  

Smoothness of the pavement is a common element used for acceptance. Training on the requirements of 23 CFR 637 related to smoothness testing.

Type of Training: Web based Training

Length: 2 hr

Location: Contact POC

Source: FHWA-RC-TST

Point(s) of Contact: Dennis.Dvorak@dot.gov, Robert.Orthmeyer@dot.gov

Quality Assurance Essentials: Terminology, Risk and the Federal Role  

Training includes specifications, tests, frequencies, QC, verification, independent assurance, and random numbers

Type of Training: Web based Training

Length: 2 hr

Location: Contact POC

Source: FHWA-RC-TST

Point(s) of Contact: Dennis.Dvorak@dot.gov, Michael.Rafalowski@dot.gov

TCCC HMA Paving Field Inspection  

This training is arranged in a fashion to help the inspector first learn the various aspects of what is involved in a HMA paving operation and then become familiar with the duties that are a part of the HMA pavement grade inspection responsibilities. It also explains how to recognize the mix properties of a HMA mixture.

Type of Training: Web Based self-paced recorded training

Length: 2 hr

Location: Click Here To Visit The Website

Source: National Highway Institute

Transportation Construction Quality Assurance  

Developed to ensure that agency, contractor, producer, and consultant personnel responsible for interpreting and applying quality assurance specifications in transportation construction are properly qualified.

Type of Training: Instructor led training

Length: 1.5 days

Location: Click Here To Visit The Website

Source: National Highway Institute

SHRP2

New Composite Pavement Systems (R21)  

The workshop is designed to provide agencies with the information related to the design and construction of new composite pavement systems.

Length: 1 day

Location: Contact POC

Source: HIAP

Point(s) of Contact: Stephen.J.Copper@dot.gov

Pavement Preservation for high-volumne traffic roadways (R26)  

This workshop covers the state of the practice on preservation of High-volumne traffic asphalt and concrete pavements and related issues, to include disseminating information about the techniques and methods successfully used by State DOT's and other highway agencies to extend the life of pavements.

Length: 1/2 day

Location: Contact POC

Source: HIAP

Point(s) of Contact: Thomas.Van@dot.gov

Pavement Renewal Solutions (R23)  

The workshop is designed to provide agencies with information on navigating the RePave program for making pavement renewal solutions for both flexible and rigid pavements, describing each of the techniques considered in the RePave program and describing the critical processes of those designs that produce long lived pavement, including state specific examples.

Length: 1/2 day

Location: Contact POC

Source: HIAP

Point(s) of Contact: Stephen.J.Copper@dot.gov

Real-time Smoothness Measurements on PCC Concrete Pavement During Construction (R06E)  

The workshop is designed to provide contractors, inspectors, and engineers with practical information aimed at improving concrete pavements' initial smoothness through better construction and inspection practices and the use of real-time smoothness measurements.

Length: 1/2 day

Location: Contact POC

Source: HIAP

Point(s) of Contact: Stephen.J.Cooper@dot.gov

Sustainable Pavement Solutions  

Asphalt Pavement In-Place Recycling Techniques--WEB-BASED

Course includes two brief Web-based training (WBT) modules that complement the classroom instruction in NHI- 131050

Type of Training: Web Based self-paced recorded training

Length: 2 hr

Location: Click Here To Visit The Website

Source: National Highway Institute

Asphalt Pavement In-Place Recycling Technologies  

Designed to help participants acquire necessary skills for selecting the appropriate in-place recycling technique for a given set of conditions, choosing the appropriate materials for the project, developing suitable specifications, and constructing those projects effectively.

Type of Training: Instructor led training

Length: 2 days

Location: Click Here To Visit The Website

Source: National Highway Institute

In-Place Asphalt Recycling & Soil Stabilization Strategies  

By the end of this course, you will be able to confidently specify and bid projects with in-place asphalt recycling. You will also be able to make informed decisions to distinguish the differences between the various in-place asphalt recycling choices available (HIR, CIR, FDR) and learn how to implement an effective cost saving recycling program that stretches your agency's annual budget.

Type of Training: Web based Training

Length: 3 days

Location: Click Here To Visit The Website

Source: UC Berkeley, Institute of Transportation Studies

Special Mixture Design Considerations and Methods for Warm Mix Asphalt  

Explains the key differences between WMA and HMA design procedures. Compares important elements of the mixtures and review the effects of those elements on the final WMA product. Learners apply AASHTO R35 standard practice to a WMA design modification, converting an HMA mixture design to WMA.

Type of Training: Web based Training

Length: 1 hr

Location: Click Here To Visit The Website

Source: National Highway Institute

Transportation Asset Management

Applied Asset Management  

Course is intended to provide transportation officials and practitioners with a comprehensive understanding of Pavement Preservation. The course will provide personnel with an understanding of pavement condition indices, terminology, and applied asset management principles appropriate for both network and project application.

Type of Training: Instructor led training

Length: 2 days

Location: Click Here To Visit The Website

Source: National Center for Pavement Preservation

Point(s) of Contact: National Center for Pavement Preservation

Fundamentals of Life Cycle Cost Analysis  

This blended training course provides the participants with an introduction to the techniques used in evaluating life-cycle costs of competing project alternatives.

Type of Training: Instructor led training

Length: 1 day

Location: Click Here To Visit The Website

Source: National Highway Institute

Point(s) of Contact: Nadarajah.Sivaneswaran@dot.gov

Introduction to a Transportation Asset Management Plan  

Through a series of workshops, the course material introduces the participants to the application of asset management principles in real life situations. It also provides a review of a self-assessment that can be used to identify agency gaps between the desired and actual use of these principles. The course concludes with recommendations for advancing the implementation of asset management practices within the agency.

Type of Training: Web based Training

Length: 1 hr

Location: This course may not be currently offered. Contact NHI.

Source: National Highway Institute

 

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