Interested in continuing your professional development, but having trouble joining us for virtual or in-person events during standard working hours? Are you employed by a local road agency and would like to attend high-quality training and receive NH Roads Scholar hours, virtually at your own pace on your own time, FREE? Then keep an eye out for our monthly offering of a special course or topic that you can register and complete independently, and submit proof of course completion to receive NH Roads Scholar credit! Please print and share this flyer with your colleague and team to encourage their participation!
2022 Take It For the Roads (Scholars) schedule:
March 2022 - Safe Transportation for Every Pedestrian (5 Technical hours): Details and registration information - click Register and then complete the registration form and click View to enter the modules. To receive NH Roads Scholar hours, there is a final assessment at the end of this course, which you need to pass with a score of 70% or higher in order to access the evaluation and print your certificate. Please forward this Certificate of Completion to T2.Center@unh.edu no later than April 3, 2022 for NH Roads Scholar credit.
April 2022 - Job Hazard Analysis (2 Safety hours): Details about this session - important: to access this learning content, please first register at learnforlife.unh.edu. Local road agencies have access to AASHTO TC3 learning modules free through a partnership with FHWA and TC3, by using a government/municipal email address and promo code. If you do not have a municipal address or have trouble accessing the training content free, contact email@example.com. Please watch this video for step by step instructions to register with TC3 and a course to your cart as well as checkout with the promo code.
May 2022 - Road Safety Fundamentals (12 Technical hours): Details about this session - Please first register for this session through learnforlife.unh.edu, in addition to then creating an account with NHI to enroll in the virtual training course.