Do you have a meeting facility you’d like to offer as a TTAP training site in 2019?
November is a great time to consider professional development and training for you and your staff. Sign up for one class or several. Build technical skills and knowledge. Pursue your…
$300 million in funding, through the FHWA’s Nationally Significant Federal Lands and Tribal Projects (NSFLTP) Program, is now available to build and repair roads and bridges that serve tribal or federal lands.
Many TTAP classes support the theories and technologies represented by the EDC collections.
TTAP Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) are available every day to help tribes with transportation-related issues whether in the field or in planning and administrative phases. We’ve got the expertise, resources, and tools to help you solve the problem.
Access TTAP’s core curriculum in an online learning environment. Online learning might be a great alternative if you need training at a convenient time for you.
Val works every day to make sure training sessions go off as smoothly as possible and is pleased to provide answers to your TTAP questions.
TTAP is excited to extend our core curriculum to you in a new way – beyond the classroom and at times that meet your busy schedule.