Training for Local AgenciesCaltrans' Local Assistance Training Programs
The Caltrans Division of Local Assistance has partnered with California State University Sacramento's (CSUS) College of Continuing Education and University of California Berkeley's (UCB) Institute of Transportation Studies to provide training and technical assistance as part of the Cooperative Training Assistance Program (CTAP) and Local Technical Assistance Program (LTAP). These programs provide subsidized, practical training for transportation professionals in California's cities, counties, and regional transportation agencies.
CSUS maintain the Local Assistance Training website (www.cce.csus.edu/localassistance) where you can access information and register for upcoming Federal-Aid Series and Resident Engineer Academy courses throughout the State. CSUS also run the LTAP program which includes the retroreflectometer loan program, quarterly informational newsletter, distribution of technology transfer materials, and provide information services and training.
UCB maintain the Technology Transfer Program website (www.techtransfer.berkeley.edu/schedule) where you can access information and register for upcoming transportation-related courses that provide fundamental and advanced training in areas such as: Traffic Engineering and Operations, Traffic Signals, Traffic Control and Work Zone Safety, Infrastructure Design, Pavement Design and Maintenance, Planning, Funding and Environment, Project Development, Management and Compliance, Pedestrian Facility Design, and Bicycle Transportation.
Caltrans will be working closely with CSUS and UCB to provide additional training in the near future. Please visit the appropriate site to register for courses, request information, provide suggestions / feedback, etc. If you have any recommendations or needs to certain training courses please provide those as well.
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Last Updated: August 26, 2013