Workforce Development and Training
A major thrust of Colorado LTAP is to implement programs and initiatives that enhance transportation workforce development. Colorado LTAP strives to bridge the gap between research and practice by conducting training sessions and demonstrations and by serving as a clearinghouse for information related to state-of-the-art techniques in the construction and maintenance of roads and bridges.
Colorado LTAP manages three training programs offering classes at a variety of locations throughout the state. Delivering over 70 training events a year, we provide transportation agencies an affordable opportunity to learn from field experts and to network by exchanging ideas and new techniques. Course topics range from pavement maintenance and snow removal to communication skills and tort liability.
04/23/2018 - *FREE* Pavement Preservation - Westminster
04/25/2018 - Flagger Certification - Colorado Springs
04/25/2018 - *FREE* Pavement Preservation - Grand Junction
04/26/2018 - Flagger Certification - Rocky Ford
05/09/2018 - Flagger Certification - Durango
05/10/2018 - Dealing with Conflict - Golden
05/21/2018 - Motor Grader - Rifle
05/23/2018 - Guardrail Installation and Maintenance - Golden
06/18/2018 - Chainsaw Safety - Castle Rock
06/19/2018 - Chainsaw Safety - Rifle
06/21/2018 - Chainsaw Safety - Durango