Legislative advocacy for the roadway safety industry

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ATSSA expanding its Master Instructor team

Experience and expertise in subject matter are keys to success

ATSSA is known as the industry leader for roadway safety instruction and is looking to expand its team of master instructors.

With a continued emphasis on delivering top-notch training, ATSSA has opened the application process and is looking for individuals with experience in the roadway safety industry and who love to teach and share their expertise. A degree in civil engineering or equivalent experience or education as determined by ATSSA is needed as well as a flexible schedule and willingness to travel to deliver in-person courses.

“Our instructors are at the heart of our roadway safety mission and we are looking for a handful of exceptional individuals to join our team," said ATSSA Vice President of Education & Technical Services.

Applications are due by June 30. Anyone interested in applying should complete the Master Instructor Application and submit a resume to

Successful applicants will have the following skills:

  • A civil engineering degree or equivalent experience or education as determined by ATSSA.
  • A minimum of five years of experience in intended course topic(s).
  • Demonstrated teaching experience.
  • A passing score of 90% or greater in the courses intending to teach.
  • Certification in the courses intending to teach, as applicable.
  • A flexible schedule that allows for a minimum of 10 days of instruction per month.
  • A willingness to travel and teach in both in-person and virtual environments.


For additional information, review the Ideal ATSSA Master Instructor Candidate Profile and the ATSSA Instructor Code of Ethics. Submit questions to

“We encourage skilled members of the roadway safety industry to join our team and enjoy the satisfaction of knowing they are helping save lives on the nation’s roadways,” Clark said.

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