Employers want to attract and retain a quality workforce. Employees want to make sure they have the skills to stand out among their peers, continue to grow their career, and continue to move onto the next level. Certification is major differentiator, helping employers identify prospective employees and for employees to demonstrate their expertise in their field.
The first part of this webinar presents the certifications offered by the Transportation Professional Certification Board (TPCB): Professional Traffic Operations Engineer (PTOE); Professional Transportation Planner (PTP); Road Safety Professional, Level 1 (RSP1); Road Safety Professional Level 2 (RSP2). Hear from individuals who hold PTOE, PTP, RSP1, and RSP2 about these certifications and how having them has affected their careers. Participants will hear from employers about the benefits they have recognized because they encouraged and supported their staff to become certified.
During the second part, participants will hear about the certification process as well as learn more about the preparatory resources available through ITE. At the conclusion of the webinar, there will be time for questions.
- Learn about the certifications that TPCB offers
- Hear about the benefits of being certified
- Discover resources that are available to help individuals prepare for the certification exam
David Petrucci, PTOE, RSP2I, Safety Engineer | Federal Highway Administration, U.S. Department of Transportation
Dan Hardy, P.E., PTP, Principal | Renaissance Planning Group
Ann O’Neill, Certifications Program Manager | Transportation Professional Certification Board
Carrie A. Falkenrath, P.E., PTP, RSP1, Principal Transportation Engineer | Tsquared Traffic & Tranportation
Kenneth W. Ackeret, P.E., PTOE, Principal | Kimley-Horn
This includes a live event and a certificate of completion.
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