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Traffic Control Coordinator Program (Webinar)
- February 23–February 25
- 8:00 am–4:00 pm
PLEASE NOTE: Registration closes February 5, 2021. Please plan to attend all 3 days as no makeup dates will be offered and no refunds will be processed.
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This 3 day webinar is designed for experienced highway work zone personnel who seek training in work zone traffic control. NJDOT and other agencies require a contractor to assign a supervisory-level employee with requisite onsite experience to act as the Traffic Control Coordinator (TCC) on roadway construction projects. This course offers 25 PDH towards NJ licensed engineers continuing professional competency credit. The program is also open to those who seek to increase their work zone safety and traffic control knowledge, but may not require the formal TCC designation that has prerequisite requirements. Participants who successfully complete this course will be eligible to serve as TCC and shall have the responsibility and authority to implement and maintain all traffic operations for the project. Those with prerequisites will receive a TCC wallet card upon successful completion of the course and exam. Those who do not will receive a course certificates of attendance with applicable PDH credit.
Please note: This is a 3 day program. Full attendance is required to receive credit and a TCC designation provided you have met all the below listed prerequisites.
The course covers standard work zone protection as specified in the Manual of Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD). Sessions on OSHA, NJDOT, and state police relationships and work zone traffic control liability issues are included.
You must show proof of having successfully completed a Work Zone Safety Awareness Program or Flagger Training Workshop, and proof of 4,000 hours (100 weeks) field experience in highway work zones.
The required documentation is a certificate or letter of completion from the training sponsor and a letter from past and/or present employer on employment verification. This information needs to be received and evaluated BEFORE the start of class.
If you do not meet the prerequisites, you may still attend the program but will receive a certificate of attendance only, not the card required by NJDOT for the Traffic Control Coordinator designation. Please note that cards and certificates will not be issued the course fees are delinquent and/or any course prerequisites have not been fulfilled.
Attendees will receive the following materials in the mail prior to the start of the webinar:
- A flash drive containing course handouts and applicable power point presentations for training
- The MUTCD (Part VI), ATSSA Flagger Handbook, ATSSA Quality Guidelines Handbook and NJDOT Maintenance Flip Guide
To successfully complete this webinar, you must:
- Have an electronic device with internet access capable of receiving both an audio & visual feed from the Rutgers Webex platform
- Attend all three webinars from 8a-4p which will contain several breaks to facilitate online learning
- Pass an online exam with a minimum proficiency score of 70% (Applicable if seeking the TCC designation)
- Complete an online survey at the conclusion of training
The class schedule is as follows:
Day 1: The MUTCD (Part VI)/Local Law Enforcement in Work Zones
Day 2: Municipal v. State Roadways (State Police)/NJ DOT Projects/New Jersey Turnpike Authority
Day 3: Legal Liabilities/OSHA/Online Exam
Questions? Card Expired? For further details about the program, including what to do when your card expires, to find a template for the 4,000 hour letter, please visit: TCC FAQs >>
$485.00 payable online via credit card (no AMEX) or by check. Fee includes Registration, exam, and wallet card
|Sponsors / Partners||
New Jersey Work Zone Safety Partnership and NJDOT
Withdrawal Policy: In the event that you are unable to attend a program for any reason, please note you must submit your withdrawal in writing at least 72 hours in advance of the start of a program to receive a refund. If am emailed or faxed withdrawal is not received by our department, the full program fee will be charged and is nonrefundable. A phone call asking for withdrawal is not sufficient.