The FDOT Temporary Traffic Control Intermediate Training is required for personnel with duties that include any of the following activities.
If you are trying to obtain a permit for any job near the road way the local, county, or state office will typically want to see your TTC training credentials and may even require a traffic control plan.
Additionally, inspectors and building officials may stop to inspect your jobs to ensure compliance. Non-compliant jobs could be shut down until the TTC issues are corrected.
To help avoid this be sure to always have a set of FDOT Standard Plans with you. This will allow you to review them with the official and have them point out what they are looking for.
Always be sure to keep your TTC (MOT) certificate on hand with you. You have an option to print out a card version that can fit in your wallet.
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To attend any FDOT TTC training the requirements are as follows:
•A computer or web enabled device with a camera and microphone
•Student must have a Valid State-issued Driver's License Number, Valid State-issued Identification Card Number or a valid Passport number prior to attending for class
•Student must present identification prior to sitting for exam Writing must be legible on Exam sheet (DL is used for identification purpose only, email is used to send student login instructions for exam results)
Intermediate Refresher, Advanced Refresher
•Student must have a Valid State-issued Driver's License Number, Valid State-issued Identification Card Number or a valid Passport number.
•A copy of current TTC training certificate or card that is not expired.
All certificates are good for 4 years, you must take the refresher course before the expiration date. If your card expires you will need to take the course again.
•Exams may take up to 2 weeks to process after the provider has submitted them to the MOT Administrator (excluding weekend and holidays)
•Once exams are processed and grades posted, student will be notified by the Administrator via email
•Username to login is the student's TIN#, which is bubbled in on the TTC Exam
•Once grade is posted no changes can be made to the TIN# since the grade and certificate are linked to it
•If you do not provide an email you will not receive login instructions, contact the Administrator or use student guide
•If your email is not legible you will not receive login instructions, contact the Administrator
•It is the responsibility of the student to provide their employer with a copy of their certificate. Certificates are located in the student profile, you must login to print it. We do not email them or send them by mail.
•Pre-registration and pre-payment are required for all courses. Attendee may cancel in writing or via email without penalty up to 3 working days prior to the course.
•Canceling other than stated will incur a 50% of the fee unless attendee reschedules for a future training.
•Our policy does not allow refunds for No shows, However you can reschedule 1 time for no additional cost.
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•Per the state you will have to take the class again but with my ttc training you will not have to pay for the additional training course. Just send us an email, call or use the chat in the bottom of your screen and we’ll get you set up.
The FDOT does not permit providers of TTC training to offer the class in any language other than English. You may ask why? The answer is that the 600 series design standards, which are essentially the backbone of the entire MOT process are written in English and require a person who can fluently speak and read English.
In most cases CEU’s can be provided for most industries including Engineers . Please contact us to verify that we can supply you your credits if you are not an Engineer.
•In most cases if your certificate is expired than you will NOT be able to take the refresher course.
•The MOT Administrator will have to verify with FDOT to make an exception
•Form 009 allows a Provider, Student, or Student's Employer to request an extension to attend a future Refresher class due to valid reasons listed on the form. This is ONLY for Student's whose TTC Certificate will expire prior to the original registered class. All information will be verified before approval is given. If extension is approved Student may not do any TTC work related to his/her expired certificate until a valid MOT Certificate is issued.
•Form must be filled out and emailed to [email protected] After information is verified, form will be sent to FDOT. If a letter of approval is issued student must present it with the TTC Wallet Card/Certificate.
•NO, you do not have to take the intermediate before taking the Advanced.
•There are currently no prerequisites for the Intermediate or Advanced courses.