All those involved in construction work zone projects should have a basic knowledge of temporary traffic control that allows them to assist in monitoring and recognition of deficiencies during the course of a project.
The TCT course provides an introduction to temporary traffic control in a work zone for those who are relatively inexperienced in this area. It teaches concepts, techniques and practices in the installation and maintenance of traffic control devices. The students are provided an ATSSA Pocket Guide which is used as the basic text material for the course. This handy Guide booklet contains material condensed from the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices but in a simplified, easy to understand and use format.
All ATSSA classes are taught by highly qualified instructors that bring many years experience in traffic control to the classroom. They present this 1-day class using a state-of-the-art power point presentation covering the material in the Pocket Guide along with personal observations and antidotes from their experiences. The student will leave this class with practical knowledge that will enable them to help make their projects safer for the workers, motorists and pedestrians and help reduce the exposure of the worker the company to possible litigation.