The TTAP Center is a one-stop transportation resource for tribal communities across the country. Comprehensive in-classroom and online training on a variety of key topics help to build expertise and skills to ensure safety and mobility for tribal populations.
In-person classroom training, offered at no charge, is delivered in multiple locations across each BIA region. During each visit to the region, one of the program’s Subject Matter Experts provides unique classes in one of five key focus areas, incorporating innovative technologies, casework and best practices.
Scheduled over several days in each location, classes with concentrated core curriculum provide opportunities for tribal transportation workers to delve into each topic, developing skills and knowledge in a compressed timeframe. The training schedule for in-classroom training ensures consistency across the regions while building technical capacity and offering cost effective strategies and solutions.
Classroom Training Schedules
Visit the TTAP registration center at ttap.enrollware.com for a complete listing of all upcoming training dates and locations. Filter by location to find topics being taught near you.
New downloadable training schedules (pdfs) and a new training calendar coming soon!
Motor Vehicle Injury Prevention
Motor vehicle injury prevention is a vital part of safe tribal transportation environments. The TTAP Center’s Motor Vehicle Injury Prevention Program employs experienced injury prevention specialists (IPS) to administer nationally recognized safety training programs, including car seat checkpoints and Safe Native American Passengers (SNAP) training. The TTAP Center’s injury prevention specialists bring these programs directly to tribal communities to deliver hands-on car seat safety training and safe seat belt use.