Roads Scholar II > Traffic Control Supervisor Certification

Program Topics
This course is designed to provide state of the art knowledge on the entire process of planning, designing, installing, maintaining, and monitoring traffic control for work zones. It provides real world examples in designing temporary traffic control setups and recognizing and correcting deficiencies. The course also positive protection, work zone capacity, night work, and inspection. These principles applied to your maintenance and construction operations can save your organization by helping you avoid tort claims and liability judgments.

TCS Certification: 2,000 hours of Traffic Control experience to take the exam at the end. If you meet the prerequisite, you will be allowed to take the certification exam at no extra charge.

Local Agencies: It is highly recommended you still take the training and obtain the certificate of completion for your records even if you don't qualify to take the Certification.

George F. Wolff, III, STS has experience in safety training, environmental field work, as well as project oversight on construction and environmental projects. George has presented training and education sessions on a variety of safety topics. Since 2005, George has worked with Rule Engineering, LLC. George's field work experience includes conducting noise surveys and air monitoring at hazardous waste sites, rock quarries, and manufacturing facilities, and collecting water samples, and monitoring observation wells on remediation systems for former gasoline station sites.

Cancellation Policy
A full refund or credit will be allowed if you cancel no later than 3 business days prior to the training. Otherwise, you will forfeit the registration fee due to our incurred expenses. Someone may substitute for you during the on-site registration.

Registration Fee
The registration fee for this 2-day RS II class is:
$150 Local Government
$250 State Government
$250 Colorado Contractor Association Member
$380 Private Org/Non-Gov't/CCA Non-Member
Lunch on both days and materials are included.

Special Notes
Anyone can attend RS II classes, no prerequisites required. To receive credit for attendance, participants must check in at registration, attend the entire course, and receive the certificate presented at the end of the course. An attendee will not be eligible to receive credit if he or she arrives more than 60 minutes after the class has started or leaves before the class is finished. By enrolling in this course, attendees are enrolling in the Roads Scholar II Program, which allows us to track classes.

Training Dates & Locations
All Classes 8:00 am – 4:00 pm

October 12-13, 2017 (2 days) - Rifle
Garfield County Road & Bridge Shop
0298 County Road 333A
October 23-24, 2017 (2 days) - Boulder
Hampton Inn and Suites
6333 Lookout Road