Two Maintenance Training Series Courses At No Charge Through November 2016

Maintenance Training Series Promotion

Have you been waiting to take advantage of TC3’s diverse curriculum? With more than 125,000 people in the technical workforce trained, now is a great opportunity to see how TC3’s training can impact you and your organization.

Both of these courses are available at no cost, and are a part of the newly launched Maintenance Training Series!

Base and Subbase Stabilization and Repair

Before preservation treatments can be applied, localized repairs may be necessary for a pavement’s base or subbase. The “Base and Subbase Stabilization and Repair” course gives participants the knowledge they need to determine if the base or subbase must be stabilized or repaired, to select the appropriate stabilization and repair methods for a given project, and to ensure the repair is performed properly.

Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to:
  • Identify the symptoms of a localized base or subbase problem that require greater depth of stabilization and repair than a hot-mix asphalt (HMA) or portland cement concrete (PCC) surface repair patch;
  • Determine when it is appropriate to employ base or subbase repair on a preventive maintenance project; and
  • Identify the most appropriate repair methods if base or subbase failures are identified in a project.

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Roadway Drainage

Shoulder, ditch, and pipe or culvert maintenance activities are performed frequently throughout the year. These activities are critical for avoiding hazardous roadway conditions and extending the life of pavements by controlling water flow along maintainable pathways. This course provides information on the purpose, function, and components of roadway drainage systems.

Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to:
  • Identify the purpose and function of roadway drainage systems;
  • Identify eight components of roadway drainage systems;
  • Identify the purpose of a roadway drainage inventory;
  • Identify the purpose of permits in roadway drainage maintenance; and
  • Identify the components of shoulders and ditches.

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