Training and Workshops
Roads Scholar II
The Roads Scholar II Road Master program is an advanced training program geared towards the experienced maintenance worker, equipment operator, and manager. It is an opportunity for training at a more complex level than Roads Scholar I provides. The program will include a series of courses designed to provide Colorado's municipal highway personnel in all departments with a knowledge of modern road maintenance management procedures and techniques.
Supervisory Skills and Depelopment Classes
The Supervisory Skills and Development Program is a new program is designed to help educate, prepare, and provide public works employees with the background necessary to comfortably and confidently perform in a supervisory position. The courses chosen are intended to provide a fundamental understanding of the roles and responsibilities of a supervisor and to develop tools for succeeding in management.
From time to time, Colorado LTAP will offer training events that do not qualify for credit in one of LTAP’s three training programs. These events may be categorized as Workshops. One example of an annual Colorado LTAP Workshop is Flagger Certification offered each spring.