Improving the Performance of the Transportation Industry Through Training

Register for an NHI Training

Interested in participating in a transportation-related training? NHI’s trainings cover a range of transportation issues and are available in a variety of formats in order to best meet the needs of the transportation community.

To view NHI course descriptions or to enroll in a course, please visit the Course Search Engine.

Visit the Training Products and Services page to learn about the different types of training and materials that NHI provides.

Follow the steps below to sign-up for a session.

If you are an employee of the Hosting Agency, please contact the host agency or local coordinator to determine if space is available in the ILT course session.

How to Access Your Training

If you enrolled in a Web-based Training, you will be able to access your training immediately through "My Training."

If you enrolled in a Web-conference Training, you may also access this course through "My Training," but you will need to wait until your training commences before you can start your course.

All Instructor-led Trainings must be attended in person at the scheduled time.

For all WBT and WCT courses, your course history should be displayed on the My Training web page under the tab titled My Courses. To launch a course, select the word Launch found in the associated column entitled Launch. The course will automatically open in a new window.

Before launching a WBT or WCT, please be sure to test your computer for Flash Player. Flash Player is necessary for the course to run properly.

This may require the help of your IT support person if Flash needs to be installed.

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Want to Sign Up for Session Alerts?

To receive alerts when sessions of a particular course are scheduled, select the "Sign Up for Session Alerts" link on the course’s description page. You’ll receive an e-mail whenever a session of the course with available public seats is posted on the NHI Web site.

To receive e-mail notifications when Instructor-led training sessions are scheduled in your state, select the eSubscribe icon on the NHI Homepage and then select the states that you’re interested in following under the "Training Session Notifications by Regions and States" heading when choosing your subscription topics.

You can adjust your alert settings to increase or decrease the number of alerts that you receive at any time. For more information about modifying your alert and e-mail subscription settings, please see our eSubscribe Information page.

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