AASHTO offers a variety of training opportunities as a service to our members and the broader transportation industry. From online training and continuing education opportunities to middle-management and senior executive training, AASHTO offers challenging programs that help prepare today’s workforce – whether in the hearing room or at the job site.
Management and Leadership Training
2021 information for the programs below coming soon!
National Transportation Leadership Institute
National Transportation Advanced Leadership Institute
National Transportation Management Conferences
The AASHTO National Transportation Management Conferences several times a year throughout the country to provide mid-level managers in departments of transportation the skills they need to make the transition from technical to management responsibilities.
During the four-day workshops, participants are introduced to the tools, techniques and best practices needed for effectively manage people and projects. For more experienced managers, the workshops update and reﬁne existing skills, challenge current thinking, introduce new concepts, and explore changing employee and customer relationships.
The conferences, developed under the guidance of the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials and TEAM (Transportation Education and Management) Institute Steering Committee, are tailored specifically for staff members of AASHTO member departments and affiliated organizations, including the U.S. Department of Transportation.
Transportation Curriculum Coordinating Council
TC3 is a technical service program within AASHTO that focuses on developing training products for technical staff in the areas of construction, maintenance, and materials. TC3 has a library of 120 on-line training modules covering a variety of topics in the three primary disciplines. As a national resource, TC3 helps states, local government, and industry save money at a critical time of infrastructure investment through course development, web-based training, information, and resource sharing that is available at substantially reduced cost. All 50 state DOTs have used the TC3 web-based training resources, which are also being used by local governments, universities, consultants, contractors, industry, contractor organizations, and international groups.