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The prevention and response to COVID-19 have disrupted our normal course of events. The LTAP Center encourages local agencies to explore creative ways to continue their work and we are here to help. The California LTAP Center is working to gather and share the most current information about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), best safety practices, and to share the potential impacts on our services. We are working on updating our website and proceeding to reschedule new dates for the training courses.

 

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Local HSIP Cycle 10 Webinar - May 20, 2020
Thank you to eveyone who was able to join us for the webinar - HSIP Call for Projects, Cycle 10. With speakers: Ken Kochevar, Safety Program Manager, FHWA California Division Office Robert Peterson, Office Chief Federal Programs, Richard Ke, HSIP Manager. 

The HSIP webinar and resources are posted here.

 

 
NO-COST TRAINING FOR LOCAL AND TRIBAL AGENCIES
Local practitioners everywhere will have access to 120 training modules in construction, maintenance and materials – online, anytime. Courses provided by TC3 are developed through a collaboration of national best practices and a network of knowledgeable subject matter experts. Learn more
 
 
 
 
 
Virtual training dates are currently being scheduled. Please subscribe to the LTAP Mailing List/Local Assistance Blog for up to date training information.
 
 
 
Local Road Safety Plan: Training
This training will focus on the development process and a resulting plan and show how the plan can vary depending on the local agency's needs, available resources, and targeted crash types. Identifying stakeholder engagement, collaboration among municipal, Tribal, State and/or Federal entities, implementation and varied funding sources.
 
 
 
Virtual training is under review. 
 
 
 
Labor Compliance
This three day (4-hour each day) course will teach local agency staff the basic requirements of prevailing wage requirements and how to apply those requirements, including reviewing and confirming certified payroll records and on-site documentation. Using hands-on exercises and instructional aids, students will learn how to apply the following to all public works contracts: Davis-Bacon and related acts; the Code of Federal Regulations; the California Labor Code; and California Code of Regulations to all public works contracts.
 
 
 
 
 
 
Virtual training dates are currently being scheduled.
 
Resident Engineers Academy
All training locations of the Resident Engineers Academy are full for the 2019-2020 academic year. We are currently working on virtual deliveries for the fall of 2020 and spring 2021. Please make sure you are subscribed to the LTAP Newsletter/Local Assistance Blog for up-to-date training information. 
Virtual training is under review.