The National Highway Institute offers new and updated transportation trainings based on the latest technologies,
best practices and industry advancements. Select the link for any course to learn more about it, submit a host request,
or view scheduled sessions to attend.
Risk Management (Instructor-led Training): This 2-day class exposes participants to the principles,
tools, and techniques used to identify, prioritize, respond to, and monitor risk. They learn to apply these risk management tools
and techniques at any level of an organization (enterprise, program, project, or activity).
Introduction to Transportation Asset Management with Workshop (Instructor-led Training): This course
introduces participants to the application of asset management principles in real life situations through a series of workshops.
Covers asset management principles, performance measures, long-term financial planning, risk assessment, and implementation.
Developing a Transportation Asset Management Plan (Instructor-led Training): A blend of online and
classroom training, this course introduces the role of the Transportation Asset Management Plan (TAMP) as a planning, communication, and accountability tool.
Fundamentals of Environmental Justice (Web-based Training): This course presents participants with a variety of
strategies and resources for considering environmental justice throughout the transportation decision-making process.
Speed Management (Instructor-led Training): In this transportation training, participants learn lifesaving countermeasures that
shape speed management programs and how these can help communities combat speeding-related injuries and deaths.
Hydraulic Toolbox (Web-based Training): This course serves as an introduction to most of the calculators in FHWA's
Hydraulic Toolbox, through a combination of discussion, graphics, examples, and workshop problems.
Safety Inspection of In-Service Bridges for Professional Engineers (Instructor-led Training): This new version of NHI's
highly acclaimed bridge inspection course meets the NBIS requirement for comprehensive bridge inspection training and has been streamlined to better suit experienced professional
engineers, while retaining strong emphasis on bridge inspection, documentation, and coding requirements.
Fundamentals of Bridge Maintenance (Web-based Training): Teaches the participant the fundamental aspects of an effective bridge maintenance program.
Design and Evaluation of Bridges for Fatigue and Fracture (Instructor-led Training): This two-day training
course presents relevant issues related to fatigue and fracture in steel bridges, including analysis, design, evaluation, repair, and retrofit.
It is based on the AASHTO LRFD Bridge Design Specifications, Eighth Edition, as well as the AASHTO Manual for Bridge Evaluation, Second Edition, with Interim Revisions through 2016.
Tunnel Safety Inspection Refresher Prerequisite (Web-based Training): This training introduces participants to basic concepts
regarding tunnel inspection and safety. It is required prior to taking NHI's 130125 Tunnel Safety Inspection Refresher course.
Tunnel Safety Inspection Refresher
(Instructor-led Training): This highly interactive 2.5-day ILT builds upon prior knowledge of bridge and tunnel inspection through case studies.
This course covers the entire breadth of knowledge necessary to manage or execute a successful tunnel inspection.
(Instructor-led Training): Replacing the original Bridge Maintenance course (course number 134029), this course will teach participants common deficiencies
that occur in bridges, common defects in bridge elements, preventive maintenance techniques, and protective systems intended to prevent deterioration
and deficiencies in bridges.
Transportation Performance Management
The Role of Data in Transportation Performance Management (Instructor-led Training): This course enables participants
to manage, analyze, integrate, and use data from diverse sources to support an effective agency TPM function.
Transportation Performance Management (TPM) for Pavements (Instructor-led Training): This one-day ILT course
is intended to review concepts in TPM, identify specific measures used for characterizing pavement conditions, and provide methods for analyzing and recommending pavement
condition targets and approaches for monitoring pavement networks.