September 2017
Pesticide Training Dates Now Available
Pesticide Training and Testing dates for the 2017/2018 season are now available!  

In Kentucky, it is required that any person handling, applying or supervising the use of pesticides as part of that person's job must be certified and licensed by the Kentucky Department of Agriculture.  Non-commercial pesticide applicators must complete 12 hours of training over a three-year period to remain certified.  T2 is offering training and testing in Categories 3, 5 and 6 and continuing education for Categories 3, 5, 6 and 18.

Category 3, 5 and 6 Training and Testing
In order to prepare participants to take the certification exam, T2 offers six hours of classroom instruction, and at the completion of the training, the Department of Agriculture will administer the exam.  

$130 for one category
$140 for two categories
$150 for three categories

September 27 - Fairfield Inn North, Lexington
February 1, 2018 - Fairfield Inn North, Lexington

Category 3, 5, 6 and 18 Continuing Education Training
These training courses provide three general hours and one specific hour for each of the four categories (3, 5, 6 and 18), for a total of seven hours of training if the individual holds certification in all four categories.  This workshop is for those individuals who are currently licensed and who need continuing education credit in order to keep their applicator's license.  

Fee: $99

September 26 - General Butler State Resort Park
October 4 - Natural Bridge State Resort Park
October 5 - Natural Bridge State Resort Park
October 12 - Holiday Inn Express, Elizabethtown

Additional dates and information are available on our website here.  

For questions about the Pesticide Training Program, contact Carla Crossfield at 800-432-0719 or    
Upcoming Workshops
13 - Erosion and Sediment Control, Falls of Rough
19 - Snow & Ice Removal, Lexington
19 - Risk Management/Tort Liability, Elizabethtown
20 - Communications II, Lexington
20 - Computer Familiarization, Elizabethtown
21 - Traffic Incident Management, Lexington

To register for any of our classes, visit the Event Calendar online.

*We continue to add new course dates to the calendar as the classes become full.  For a full list of classes, visit the Event Calendar or call us at 800-432-0719.
For a complete list of workshops, conferences and trainings, 
and  to check availability, click here .  
Space Available for Local Governments in ASAP Training
Horizontal Curve Alignment Training
Horizontal Curve Alignment Training will train local transportation employees to understand the importance of proper horizontal alignment signing, utilize the current technology and record the data so that it is uniform across the state.  

September 21: Barren River Lake State Resort Park

Traffic and Safety Academy
The Traffic and Safety Academy is designed to offer local governments training to reduce roadway departure and pedestrian fatalities.  Specific topics include low-cost safety improvements, examining crash data, risk management, regulations and guidelines and roadway departures.  

October 31-November 1: Hilton Garden Inn, Georgetown
November 8-9: James E. Bruce Convention Center, Hopkinsville

Both training programs are only available to local government agencies.

Thanks to funds provided through the ASAP grant, local governments can attend either training at no cost.  

To learn more about Horizontal Curve Alignment Training, click here.

To learn more about the Traffic and Safety Academy, click here.  

All tow operators that respond to incidents need to take the TIM training before December 31, 2017.

Due to General Order OM-B-13 published by the Kentucky State Police (KSP), effective April 1 all wrecker service owners and drivers shall complete the National Traffic Incident Management Responder Training (TIM) in order to remain on KSP's wrecker log, no later than December 31, 2017. Those wrecker services not in compliance will be immediately removed from the log for three years. In order to adhere to this order, the Kentucky Transportation Center, Technology Transfer Program has created a wallet card for those that have taken the classroom version with the T2 Program, to show that you have been TIM trained.

For additional information on the TIM training, visit the website here.

For questions about the TIM program, contact Megan Perrin at 800-432-0719 or
Qualify Now as a Work Zone Technician or Supervisor
Any agency obstructing traffic must show they have trained personnel, either as a supervisor, technician, or flagger, depending upon the employee's assignment.  T2 offers this training through the Work Zone Traffic Control Employee Qualification Program.  

The following classes are available for anyone new to this training or anyone who took the training 5 years ago and needs requalification.  

Work Zone Traffic Control Technician
This course is intended for individuals working for governmental agencies, utilities, and private highway industry who place, monitor, and maintain traffic control devices on public roadways in Kentucky.  Fee: $185

September 26 - The Corbin Center
October 17 - Hilton Garden Inn, Georgetown

Work Zone Traffic Control Supervisor
This course is intended for individuals who supervise traffic control technicians and other field personnel and who are responsible for implementing the Traffic Control Plan.  Traffic Control Technician is a prerequisite for this training. Fee: $185

September 27 - The Corbin Center
October 18 - Hilton Garden Inn, Georgetown

For additional information or to register online for the class, click here.  

If you have questions about the Work Zone Program, please contact Megan Perrin at 800-432-0719 or  
September 11
Designing Multimodal Roundabouts: Making Them Safe and Efficient for All
2:00 pm to 4:00 pm ET

September 13
Design Innovation and the MUTCD Experimentation Process
1:00 pm to 2:30 pm ET

September 14
FHWA Roadway Safety Data and Analysis Toolbox - Finding the Right Tool for the Job
11:00 am to 12:20 pm ET
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