- Training & Conferences
- Event Calendar
- 2017 National RAC and TRB State Representatives Meeting
- Traffic and Safety Academy
- Traffic Incident Management Responder Training
- Build a Better Mousetrap Competition
- Roads Scholar Program
- Road Master Program
- Asphalt Training & Testing
- Ky Erosion Prevention & Sediment Control (KEPSC)
- Pesticide Training & Testing
- Work Zone Qualification Training Program
- 15 Passenger Van Training
- Chainsaw Safety Training
- Grade & Drain Training
Traffic Incident Management Responder Training
- Kentucky's Traffic Incident Management (TIM) training program addresses the challenges of moving people and goods efficiently and safely on the nation's highways. The Program focuses on response efforts that protect motorists and responders while minimizing the impact on traffic flow. TIM efforts include detecting, verifying and responding to incidents; clearing the incident scene; and restoring traffic flow. Based on the severity or type of incident, first responders may represent law enforcement, fire, transportation, emergency medical services, public safety, towing and recovery, public works and hazardous materials (HAZMAT) disciplines.Using a multiple discipline perspective, first responders will learn how to operate more efficiently and collectively. The training covers many topics including recommended TIM procedures and techniques.
OnlineAn online TIM course is available through the National Highway Institute. For additional information, click here.
Trainees may select to attend a scheduled course. Some courses are offered by trainers in the area, and those trainers can be contacted.
February 23 - Lawrence County EMA, AM & PM Class
April 26 - Mountain Arts Center, Prestonsburg, AM & PM Class
June 14 - Daviess County Cooperative Extension Office, AM & PM Class
August 10 - Hilton Garden Inn, Georgetown, AM & PM Class
September 13 - Receptions Inc., South Erlanger, AM & PM Class
October 12 - Hart County Cooperative Extension Office, AM & PM
If you would like to request an on demand course from the Technology Transfer for your area, contact Megan Perrin at 859-257-7405, 800-432-0719 or [email protected].
The Trainer section is available to those individuals who attended a National Traffic Incident Management Responder Train-the-Trainer (TtT) workshop. Trainers can request materials, have their training posted on this website, and link directly to the National Traffic Incident Manager website.
To enter the trainer portal, login below. Your username is the email address you provided at training.
Enter a username to begin using the training portal.
For additional information contact us at 800-432-0719 or contact Megan Perrin at 859-257-7405 or [email protected].