What's New at NHI
Read more about what's new at NHI and how the organization is continually impacting
the transportation community.
Memorandum of Understanding Terms Updated January 2015
If your agency requires a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) or Vendor Agreement to host NHI training,
please note that NHI's terms have been updated. Hosts who have not established an MOU
since January 2015 should contact NHI at 1-877-558-6873 or NHICustomerService@dot.gov.
Hosting a Session Has Never Been Easier
NHI has updated its hosting information resources and Web pages with the goal of making the hosting experience as simple to navigate as possible. These updates include clarification of NHI's policies on public seats, course fees and class minimums, and cancellation procedures. Both new and experienced hosts are encouraged to visit the Host an NHI Training Web page to review the latest hosting policy resources.
Changes to TCCC Courses
Effective January 1, 2016, NHI will apply a charging structure similar to other NHI courses
for the remaining TCCC Web-based Trainings. Courses will cost $25 to $50, depending on the
Participants who enroll in TCCC Web-based Training prior to January 1, 2016 will have access
to the course for six (6) months. After that time, a participant will need to register for
the course again and pay any fees to access or complete the training. To see how much a
specific Web-based Training will cost, view the course details on the NHI Web site.
NHI continues to offer Web-based prerequisite courses and those taken in
conjunction with blended Instructor-led Training at no cost.
Don’t Wait to Register for Public Seats
Parties interested in joining one of NHI’s instructor-led trainings are encouraged to register early.
Registration for public seats will now close three (3) business days prior to the beginning of a
scheduled session. By registering early, a participant secures a spot in the class before it reaches
capacity and ensures hosts are able to meet any enrollment minimums. For more information on public seats
and session enrollment, visit our Frequently Asked Questions.
NHI is now offering the National Traffic Incident Management Responder Web-based Training!
The National Traffic Incident Management Responder Training was created by responders for responders.
This course provides first responders a shared understanding of the requirements for safe,
quick clearance of traffic incident scenes; prompt, reliable and open communication; and motorist and
responder safeguards. First responders learn how to operate more efficiently and collectively.
This Web-based training equips responders with a common set of core competencies and assists them in
achieving the TIM National Unified Goal of strengthening TIM programs in the areas of: Responder safety;
Safe, quick clearance; and Prompt, reliable, and interoperable communications.
This training was developed through the second Strategic Highway Research Program (SHRP2).
Changes to Web-based Training
On January 1, 2015, the National Highway Institute began charging a small fee for select WBT courses. The number of days remaining to complete the course will be displayed on the My Training Web page after January 1. If you do not complete the training by July 12, 2015, then you will need to register for the course again and pay any course fees.
As a reminder, FHWA employees will not see any cost changes.
How much will WBTs cost?
To see how much a specific WBT will cost in 2015, search for the course on the NHI Web site and select the name
of the course to view the course details. The course's 2014 and 2015 prices appear at the top of the course description page. Courses
are priced at $0.00, $25.00 or $50.00 in 2015.
What if a course shows $0.00 per participant for its 2015 price?
A $0.00 2015 price indicates that there is no cost to you. The notes field indicates why there is no cost.
Will I have to pay to print my Certificate of Completion?
Certificates of Completion for successfully completed trainings will continue to be available at no cost on the My Training page on the NHI Web site.