Preparing Technicians for Every Job

TC3 strives to develop high-quality training that provides value to trainees. Leveraging state-provided metrics related to knowledge retention, skill increases, and utilization of our training allows us to ensure we continue to deliver the training the technical workforce needs.

TC3 moved from a FHWA pooled fund to an AASHTO Technical Service Program in December 2015. TC3 launched its own public-facing learning management system in August 2016. Since the launch, we have seen exponential growth and improvement in the transportation industry’s skill development.

State Contributors

When states financially contribute to our program, we have an increased budget to meet each state's training needs. Each year, more and more states have recognized the value of our program!

Contributing States432018Contributing States382017Contributing States302016

Course Registrations

Course registrations are a great way for us to know we're effectively reaching the technical transportation workforce, and we've seen a consistent increase in course registrations year over year!

42 percent increase in course registrations, reaching more than 44,000 participants42%2016 - 201737 percent increase in course registrations, reaching more than 31,000 participants37%2015 - 2016

Self-Reported Professional Development

At the end of our courses, trainees are asked to fill our an evaluation measuring course quality and content accuracy.
These evaluations help us better understand those taking our courses and track increases in knowledge and competencies.

2,743 total people surveyedReinforced Their Knowledge51%Increase In Knowledge49%20171,359 total people surveyedReinforced Their Knowledge52%Increase In Knowledge48%2016