FDOT

Tampa Bay Training is recognized by the Florida Department of Transportation as Provider #213.

The training and certification process described in this handbook applies to all personnel responsible for the planning, development, design, implementation, operation, enforcement and inspection of work zone related transportation management and temporary traffic control on streets and highways within the State Highway System right-of-way. This process does not apply to Law Enforcement Officers.

The applicable Florida Department of Transportation and non-Department personnel must be trained in accordance with the following process for Temporary Traffic Control (TTC) Training.

FDOT provides for three (3) categories of training

Determine the required category of training as follow

  1. Advanced and Advanced Refresher Training: Required for personnel with the authority and responsibility for making decisions on the specific TTC requirements to be implemented. These positions include the following:

    • The Professional Engineer responsible for the development of the Transportation Management Plan (TMP) and design of the TTC Plan.
    • The Worksite Traffic Supervisor in accordance with FDOT Standard Specifications, Section 102.
    • Personnel responsible for supervising the installation, removal and field maintenance of TTC devices, including temporary barriers, end treatments and crash cushions.
    • Personnel responsible for inspection of the placement or operational function of temporary traffic control devices, including temporary barriers, end treatments and crash cushions.
  2. Intermediate and Intermediate Refresher Training: Required for personnel with duties that include any of the following activities:

    • Personnel responsible for supervising the installation, removal and field maintenance of TTC devices, excluding temporary barriers, end treatments and crash cushions.
    • Inspection of the placement or operational function of temporary traffic control devices, excluding temporary barriers, end treatments and crash cushions.
  3. Flagger Training: Required for all personnel flagging traffic.

Training for the Advanced, Advanced Refresher, Intermediate and Intermediate Refresher categories must be performed by a Provider listed on the MOT Administration website.

Training for the Flagger category must be performed by either a Provider listed on the MOT Administration website or personnel holding a current certificate in the Advanced or Intermediate category. Only personnel trained through a Provider will be listed in the TQDBS.

There is no experience or prerequisite required for any category of training.

Any higher training course category may be substituted for a lower training course category. For example, Flagger training requirements are met by completing the Intermediate or Advanced training courses, and Intermediate training requirements are met by completing the Advanced training course.

Refresher courses, for all categories, are required every four (4) years in order for all personnel to maintain a valid certification.

Professional Development Hours (PDH) are not automatically provided, but are available upon requiest. It is the responsibility of each Provider to obtain certification by the appropriate board to be able to provide PDH’s for attending their class. If available, PDH Certificates will be provided separately from the MOT Certificate.

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