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ATSSA's in-person training classes are back in full swing and taking place in your area. We are working closely with DOTs, customers, instructors and venue operators to ensure that ATSSA follows mandatory social distancing guidelines for each state, as the safety of our students and instructors is of utmost importance. COVID-19 guidelines and policies for in-person training can be found on the ATSSA training materials page. Call 540-368-1701 or email email@example.com to schedule an in-person closed or co-sponsored training course today.
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Virtual training courses
Flagger Certification Training
Traffic Control Technician (TCT)
Traffic Control Supervisor (TCS)
Flagger Instructor Training
ATSSA offers driver education courses at a discount to members through Certified Safe Driver, Inc. (CSD, Inc.)
Flagger Certification Training
Flagger Instructor Training (FIT)
Flagger training courses (online and in-person)
Guardrail Inspection Training
Guardrail Installation Training
Longitudinal Barrier Systems
High Friction Surface Treatment Inspection and Installation
Pavement Marking Technician
Certified Pedestrian Safety Professional
ATSSA offers the only training for sign inspectors designed to meet the minimum sign retroreflectivity requirements in the MUTCD, per the guidance document FHWA-SA-07-020. Available online, choose the minimum three-module, self-paced curriculum or purchase the entire six-module package at a reduced rate.
Modules feature training on general retroreflectivity, traffic sign fundamentals, calibration signs procedure, comparison sign procedure, consistent parameters procedure and the measured sign retroreflectivity method.
Entire six-module package
Retroreflectivity for Sign Inspectors Course – All Modules
Individual modules - If opting for the three-module curriculum, R101 and S101 are required prerequisites. Choose from S102, S103, S104, or S105 as the third-module elective.
Traffic Sign Technician (TST)
Basic Traffic Control for Short Duration Activities (Digital, self-paced)
Basic Traffic Control for Utility Operations (Digital, self-paced)
Comprehensive Inspection Training (Digital, self-paced)
Incident Traffic Control for First Responders
Introduction to the MUTCD
Nighttime Temporary Traffic Control
Operation and Application of Truck-Mounted Attenuators (TMAs)
Operation and Application of TMAs Trainer
Safe and Effective Use of Law Enforcement Personnel in Work Zones
Temporary Traffic Control Considerations for Urban Work Zones
Temporary Traffic Control for New Hires
Temporary Traffic Control for Utility Operations
Traffic Control Design Specialist (TCDS)
Traffic Control Supervisor (TCS) (+10 state variations)
Traffic Control Technician (TCT) (+10 state variations)
South Carolina-specific: South Carolina Advanced Training
Additional State-Specific TCT and TCS Courses
Courses offered through the Work Zone Safety Grant:
Designing Temporary Traffic Control Zones For Pedestrian Accessibility
Developing and Implementing Successful Transportation Management Plans (TMP)
Maintenance and Short Duration Activities (MSDA)
Minimizing Worker Exposure in Highway Work Zones Through the Use of Positive Protection and Other Strategies
Smarter Work Zone Intelligent Transportation Systems
Work Zone Data Collection (WZDC)
Work Zone Road Safety Audits (WZRSA)
Work Zone Strategies (WZS)
Work Zone Traffic Impact Analysis (WZTIA)
ATSSA's Traffic Signal Training Courses offer the following:
Disclaimer: ATSSA provides training and certification but neither constitutes employment by ATSSA.
American Traffic Safety Services Association represents the roadway safety infrastructure industry with effective legislative advocacy, traffic control safety training and a far-reaching member partnership.