FLAGGER INSTRUCTOR TRAINING (FIT)
Train-the-trainer course that teaches the fundamentals of flagging
Two days/16 hours; Classroom Course, Spanish available
Flagging traffic is both a critical and a potentially hazardous part of providing a safe work zone. Flaggers are responsible for protecting their fellow workers as well as motorists. The FIT course is designed to teach students how to effectively teach flagger courses. This train-the-trainer course emphasizes skills and techniques for teaching the fundamentals of flagging. Students are provided with all of the information needed to present the four-hour ATSSA flagger certification training course.
Each FIT student must teach a short section of this material to demonstrate their ability to communicate and effectively present the material to learners. Individuals successfully completing the FIT will be recognized as ATSSA Certified Flagger Instructors.
Prerequisites & State-Specific Information
Passing ATSSA’s Traffic Control Technician (TCT) and Traffic Control Supervisor (TCS) training courses are a prerequisite to register for this course.
NOTE: To become FIT certified in Virginia, the TCT course is not required. In certain states, the TCS course is a stand-alone course. In these states, since completion of the TCT course is not a prerequisite, it is not required in order to be eligible for the FIT course. Contact ATSSA at 800-272-8772 or email email@example.com for specific state requirements.
Intended Audience: individuals who perform flagging duties in temporary traffic control work zones and wish to train other individuals
Class Size: 15 students maximum
- $450 ATSSA Members
- $565 Non-members
- $25 Grant Course for Government and Transportation Agencies
Upon successful completion of the TCT, TCS, and FIT courses, including the exams, students become ATSSA-Certified Flagger Instructor and are certified to train flaggers for a period of 4 years. To recertify, a student must pass a recertification exam.
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