- Training & Conferences
- Event Calendar
- Highway Structural Inspection Qualification
- KY LTAP Survey
- Local Road Safety Plan
- Traffic and Safety Academy
- Traffic Incident Management Responder Training
- Build a Better Mousetrap Competition
- Roads Scholar Program
- Asphalt Paving Best Practices: RS & Asphalt Field Tech
- Basic Work Zone And Flagger Qualification
- Communications I
- Construction of Concrete
- Customer Service
- Drainage: The Key to Roads That Last
- Low-Cost Roadway Safety Improvements
- Managing People I
- Managing People II
- Managing People III
- Managing People IV
- Managing People V
- Managing People VI
- Risk Management/Tort Liability
- Traffic Management Through Signals, Signs And Markings
- Road Master Program
- Asphalt Training & Testing
- Ky Erosion Prevention & Sediment Control (KEPSC)
- Pesticide Training & Testing
- Work Zone Qualification Training Program
- Safety Circuit Rider Program
- 15 Passenger Van Training
- Chainsaw Safety Training
- Crash Analysis Workshop
- Governor’s Impaired Driving Enforcement Awards
- Grade & Drain Training
- Local Public Agencies Project Guide Training
- Sign Retroreflectivity Training
- Technology Transfer Equipment Loan Program
Roads Scholar Program
This training series is designed to provide local and state government employees with basic information on maintaining local streets and roads. Completion of this program leads to the designation of Roads Scholar. View list of Roads Scholars and Road Masters
You must take all of these. Click on the class to view upcoming dates, agenda, and register online.
You must take at least three (3) of these. Click on the class to view upcoming dates, agenda, and register online.
Roads Scholar and Road Master Courses:
- $85 for city and county employees
- $95 for all others
NOTE: Payment is required in advance, except employees of the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet.
To reduce overtime and travel during this time of budget restrictions, course times have been set as follows: The on-site registration desk opens and sign-in begins 30 minutes prior to the scheduled class start time. Most classes begin at 8:00 a.m. or 8:30 a.m., and adjourn between 3:00 p.m. and 4:30 p.m. You will receive exact times through your confirmation letter two weeks prior to the course.
To help a participant get the most out of each training course/workshop, attendance is limited. However, without the required minimum of 15 people, a course will be cancelled. All courses are subject to change. If there are any changes, the registered party will be notified immediately. Click on the course descriptions listed above to register. NOTE: State employees wishing to register for a Roads Scholar course should contact their District Training Coordinators. All state registrations must come to us from the Training Coordinators.
We understand that circumstances may arise that could require you to cancel your registration and we make every effort to accommodate your needs. Due to commitments to our instructors and facilities, please cancel your registration at least two business days prior to the workshop. If we do not receive advance notice of your cancellation, you will be charged the full registration fee. Someone may substitute for you at any time. All cancellations will be given a cancellation number.
Time Limit to Complete Courses
There is now a time limit of five years in which to complete all of the Roads Scholar courses in order to receive your certificate. Any Roads Scholar course taken over five years before you complete your last Roads Scholar course will not count towards your Roads Scholar Certification.
Receiving Course Credit
IMPORTANT NOTICE: To receive credit for any of the Center’s training sessions, you must be present during the entire class. If you arrive more than 15 minutes late, leave more than 15 minutes early or miss more than 15 minutes of the session, you will not receive credit for the course.