FHWA Announces new Training Program with AASHTO

Access to Training...a click away, anytime, and anywhere

Did you hear that the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) partnered with the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO) to offer training at no cost to local and tribal transportation agencies? Practitioners everywhere now have access to 120 training modules in construction, maintenance and materials – online, anytime.

FHWA has purchased the access for local and tribal transportation professionals to AASHTO’s complete TC3 online training library, putting the courses at your agency’s fingertips. Many would have never considered the possibility of having top notch training for free.

Local and tribal agencies own and operate approximately 85 percent our Nation’s highway network. Access to this training fulfills the FHWA Center for Local Aid Support’s commitment to provide foundational training and introduce innovations to improve the capacity of these crucial agencies. The AASHTO TC3 curriculum is a great way to ensure our frontline technical workforce has the knowledge and skills they need.

Another great tool is the TC3 mobile app. This app provides practitioners a seamless way to locate the online training they need while providing mobile training resources practitioners can use in the field. 

Getting started is easy and access is available 24/7.

-Available to Local agency and tribal staff only

-Create an AASHTO account login to assess the trainings. Follow the link https://register.transportation.org,

-Select Register, then enter your Agency email address. If you need additional help, click YouTube Video link:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NcFONY2R78s

-After your AASHTO account is complete, you will have unlimited access to the curriculum

  • Promotion Code: D5X3-B3D9-52CB-4XCX.

-To browse and gain access to the TC3 course offerings, go to https://tc3.transportation.org/ .  

FHWA is actively working to find and implement efficient and effective methods of getting training, resources, materials and information to local and tribal customers. FHWA’s agreement with AASHTO is one more effort to make training and educational information as accessible as possible.

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