Florida Department of Transportation – Intermediate Maintenance of Traffic – Course Delivery Options
Classes can be requested at your location ONSITE with a minimum of 5 individuals registered. Classes can be scheduled by calling our offices at 813.420.5891. Our administrative staff will send you an estimate within 24 hours and will assist in scheduling your class.
Classes are also held from time-to-time at locations (in-person) with open enrollment. These class schedules are provided here as well as on eventbrite.
Please note that several of Tampa Bay Training’s course offerings are provide ONLINE. Classes can be registered for on eventbrite. This option has no minimum registration requirements. Therefore they are a great option for those looking for one or two people trained.
Intermediate Maintenance of Traffic / Temporary Traffic Control Refresher Training is required of anyone performing related work
These duties include:
- Placing / Replacing Traffic Control Devices (cones, barricades, signs, etc).
- Read and interpret the Florida Standard Plans, its indices and concepts
- Recognize hazards and inform the appropriate parties
- Assure that the temporary traffic control products used have an APL number and is current on the FDOT Approved Products List.
- Stopping, releasing and slowing traffic using a stop slow paddle and the red handheld emergency flag.
- Working with motorist, bicyclists, and pedestrians to get them through he work zone.
- Flagging at night time and daytime.
- Working in heat and cold environments for long periods of time.
Online Training and Testing
This class is configured in an Online format. Therefore, the training class will be held in an Online format using Zoom. There will be a 50-question written assessment and instructor evaluation will be hosted on Survey Monkey.
Training Guidance & Requirements
To retain the Intermediate MOT/TTC certification, the student must complete a 8-hour Refresher training class led by a FDOT Approved Provider and successfully complete the 50-question assessment and hands-on field dexterity evaluation related to Flagging.
Each student is required to have:
- an unique email address.
- a State-issued Identification card
- a computer with camera, microphone and speakers (all on for the duration of the class)
- ability to participate in class activities, online assessment and evaluations
- attendance during the entirety of the class time
- phone number to communicate with the instructor, if a problem arises
- an address where the instructor can mail any supporting documents (powerpoint, charts, diagrams, standards) to prior to the class start date/time
50-question multiple-choice written evaluation, plus the student must successfully demonstrate their knowledge, physical dexterity and ability to perform as a flagger through a hands-on evaluation.
The target audience for the Basic MOT/TTC (Flagger) is anyone who will be performing flagging duties.
- Road construction crews
- Road maintenance crews
- Local government employees
- Public Works Department employees
- Utilities Department employees
- Police Officers
- Fire/Rescue Officers
- Landscape maintenance crews
- anyone looking to build their resume in the area of maintenance of traffic/temporary traffic control.
The Intermediate MOT/TTC Certification is good for four (4) years and will require the successful completion of the eight (8) hour Refresher Training or the retaking of the full class to maintain certification prior to the expiration date.
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