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ATSSA Traffic Control Supervisor (TCS) - 2 day course

Road Scholar Eligibility

This class is a fills a Electives requirement.

Cost*

$325 - LTAP ATSSA Course

$75 - Test Retake if necessary

Recertification - You can take the recertification exam online with ATSSA.  Access the registration form at the following link  ATSSA Recertification Form  You can email the form to customerservice@atssa.com.  After they receive the form and payment for recertification they will email you a link for the TCS exam for you to take online.

If you would like your recertification to show up on our website on your LTAP customer record, please email a copy of the certificate that ATSSA sends you and we will add it to your customer record.

 

Unfortunately we are not able to offer the MUTCD manuals as this time.  Hopefully we will be able to offer them again in the future.


* Cost may vary

Description

Length: 16 hours

The Traffic Control Supervisor course is a two-day advanced training course geared to the specific job-related duties of the traffic contorl supervisor. Critical lifesaving knowledge is passed on by experienced instructors who combine multimedia and group activities to solve real problems.

Upon completion of the course and passing a written examination, participants are mailed a certificate of completion from ATSSA. Training is good for 4 years. It will take 6-8 weeks for certificates to be mailed.

RETAKE TESTS if you do not pass the test the first time, you can take a retake test online with ATSSA.  Use this link to access the ATSSA Makeup Exam Request Form. Once the form is submitted, ATSSA will send you an exam link to retake the exam.  Make sure to ask for a "Utah Specific" exam You can contact ATSSA Customer Success Center at 1-800-272-8772.

Please note:  Traffic Control Technician (TCT) is a pre-requisite for the TCS workshop.  You are also required to have had at least one year of work zone experience.

The Utah LTAP Center recommends that at least one employee from each city, town, county, or law enforcement agency complete the TCS training and certification.