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Need FDOT TTC Intermediate Certification? If so, you’re in the right place. In this post we will go over the process and review the criteria of the FDOT TTC Intermediate Training & Certificate.

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Getting Started

Thankfully the process to getting TTC Intermediate certified is not that difficult. However it will take require two days and you will need pass FDOT TTC Intermediate Exam. Don’t worry we have you covered here.

Before we dive in to the 4 basic steps, let’s look at why you need to be trained and certified.

According to FDOT TTC Admin about page.

In the most practical terms,

TTC is needed to ensure both workers and the public can work in or travel through temporary work zones without getting injured.
Effective TTC involves planning, design, supervision, implementation and maintenance of various work zone traffic control devices.
In order to accomplish this, properly trained and competent workers are needed. 

While this is a basic it can be easy to forget that everyone has different levels of experience and knowledge. As a there can be new faces on a jobsite. Plus there are those we may work around that may not always have a safety first mentality. This course helps provide a

FDOT TTC Intermediate Criteria

At the moment there are no prerequisites for your FDOT TTC Intermediate training & certificate. Other then taking training from an approved provider like myTTConline and passing the exam with a 70% or more grade.

Referring back to the FDOT TTC Admin site the TTC Intermediate training is required for the following:

Intermediate– This course is required for personnel with duties that include any of the following activities:

-Personnel responsible for supervising the installation, removal and field maintenance of TTC devices, excluding temporary barriers, end treatments and crash cushions

-Inspection of the placement or operational function of temporary traffic control devices, excluding temporary barriers, end treatments and crash cushions

How To Get Your FDOT TTC Intermediate Certificate

Now lets look at the steps to get your TTC Intermediate Training & Certificate.

Time needed: 15 minutes

  1. Find A State Approved TTC Provider

    myTTConline is a State Approved Provider but more can be found on the TTC Admin website

  2. View the Providers Training Schedule & Register

    Click here, to view our upcoming TTC Intermediate training schedule.

  3. Take the FDOT TTC Intermediate Training and Exam

    The Exam is held at the end of day 2 of the training

  4. Get your Certificate Online

    You will be notified via email your score and login credentials. If it is 70% or higher you will be able to download your certificate from the TTC Admin website. Click here for more details

  5. TTC Intermediate Certificate Renewal

    Your certificate is good for 4 years and you are required to take a TTC Intermediate Refresher course before the expiration date to keep it valid.

That’s all there is to it!

If you are dealing with temporary barriers, end treatments and or crash cushions. Read our post on FDOT TTC Advanced Training and Certificate by clicking here.


At the beginning of this article we said we had you covered when it comes to your test and this is how. We cannot give you the questions or the answers on your exam. As a result, we provide our exclusive Standard Plans Cliff Notes to help you navigate to what is important during your training. We found this very helpful with our virtual online training.

In addition we also provide all of our attendees with our One Pay Exam Guarantee. This means if by chance you don’t get enough answers correct, you can retake the course at no additional fee.

If you have any other questions, please reach out to us via Chat. Call us at 407.901.0206 or email us: support@myttconline.com.

Comment below with your thoughts on the FDOT TTC Intermediate Training & Certificate course.

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Frequently Asked FDOT TTC Intermediate Questions

How long is a FDOT TTC Intermediate certificate good for?

All certificates are good for 4 years including TTC Refresher certificates

What do I need to take the TTC Intermediate Training?

To participate in myTTConline’s virtual training you will need an internet connect device, webcam, microphone(most webcams have this built in.

How many questions are on the TTC Intermediate Exam

There are 50 questions on the TTC Intermediate Exam

When do I get my exam results?

We submit your exam the day of the Exam to the FDOT TTC Administrator. Exams may take up to 2 weeks to process.

What score do I need to pass?

you must score a 70% or higher on your exam to qualify for your certificate.

How to I get my certificate?

Once your exam is graded you will receive an email from the FDOT TTC Administrator with instruction on how to access your certificate to download and print. Click here for more details

What happens if I don’t pass with a 70% or higher

If by chance you don’t get a 70% or higher, you will need to retake the exam. The good news is if you took the course with us your protected by our One Pay Exam Guarantee, meaning you will not have to pay again to retake the refresher course. IMPORTANT!!! if your certificate expires prior to retaking the exam you will have to take the regular course again. if this happens we will credit you towards the fee for the regular course the full amount of the refresher cost you paid.

How long is the TTC Refresher Training

Both the Intermediate and Advanced Course are 8hrs held in 1 day.

Can I take the TTC Refresher in Spanish

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 canĀ fluently speak and read English.

Is there special accommodations for TTC training and exams?

No. Public Safety is at stake and any person responsible for Temporary Traffic Control must be able to comprehend course material and writing.

Can I get CEU/PDH Credit if I’m an engineer

Yes, myTTConline will provide you a separate certificate detailing credit for 16 hours.

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