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See the latest transportation trainings from the National Highway Institute.

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.

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Communications Communications

Instructor Development Course (3.5-day Instructor-led Training): The revised 3.5 day IDC prepares you to deliver learner-centric instruction using pre-developed and designed instructional materials. It helps broaden and enhance your current knowledge, skills, and abilities to better meet the needs of an adult learner.

Design and Traffic Operations Design and Traffic Operations

Traffic Signal Timing Concepts(Instructor-led Training): This updated two-day course builds technical expertise in signal timing through interactive exercises by incorporating an objective-and performance-driven approach.

Environment Environment

Basics of Public Involvement in Transportation Decision Making (Web-based Training): This four-hour course provides transportation practitioners with the knowledge and tools needed to better engage the public in transportation decisions as well as meet Federal requirements for public involvement, particularly with NEPA processes.

Financial Management Financial Management

Public-Private Partnerships (Instructor-led Training): In cooperation with USDOT's Build America Bureau and the FHWA Center for Innovative Finance Support, NHI has developed a series of training modules to provide information and tools that help participants improve their understanding of how to evaluate potential P3 proposals. The modular approach allows participants to benefit from a customized learning experience, from beginner to advanced.

Highway Safety Highway Safety

Safety Data and Analysis Fundamentals Training(Web-based Training): This course helps transportation professionals understand safety data and collection methods, including how to interpret safety data and use it to support key decision-making efforts. Choose a learning track based on your job position.

Highway Safety Pavements and Materials

Constructing and Inspecting Asphalt Paving Projects(Instructor-led Training): This new two-day course teaches participants construction and inspection techniques that meet quality standards and technical specifications for asphalt paving projects. The course focuses on the importance of a proactive approach to managing and inspecting construction projects at every stage.

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