Continuing Education Unit and
Professional Development Hours
Minnesota requirements for licensure and registration can change often. Please check your requirements - whether the program qualifies for continuing education units or professional development hours.
- CPU/PDH details (pdf)
- Lighting Design
- Safety Courses
- Signing Design
- Traffic Signal
- Work Zone
- Other Traffic Related
- Corridor Simulation Modeling
- NHI Courses Federal Highway Administration
- LTAP Courses Minnesota Local Techinal Assistance Program
- CTS Events Center for Transportation Studies, University of Minnesota
- ITE Courses (web seminars)
ITS Project Manager Design Class and Update Class
Schedule: Class Cancelled
Course agenda (pdf)
Course flier 1 (word)
Course flier 2 (word)
Description: This 1½ day ITS design course is designed to enable the participants to obtain a high level understanding of the fundamental concepts and MnDOT standard design practices related to the design and construction of Intelligent Transportation Systems within the State of Minnesota. This first of its kind class is intended for ITS designers and ITS project managers. Class participants will receive a new 2012 MnDOT ITS Project Management Design Manual and other related training material. This class is not intended to cover detailed design process.
The second ½ day is an update course dedicated to MnDOT ITS design changes of the last year. A prerequisite to attend this half day is attendance in a previous MnDOT ITS design class. Attendees do not have to attend day 1 of this class to attend day 2, ½ day update, if they attended a previous MnDOT ITS Project Manager Design class.
Audience: State, county, city, contractors and consultant personnel involved with the design and construction of Intelligent Transportation Systems.
PTOE Refresher Course
Schedule: Next course September 2013
Course flyer (pdf)
Description: MnDOT is proud to announce that it is again co-sponsoring a PTOE refresher course and exam that will be offered this fall. This will be the fourth time that this opportunity has come to Minnesota and MnDOT fully supports the PTOE certification. As our roadways become stressed due to increases in volumes, and as ITS projects continue to be implemented, there will be increasing emphasis on traffic engineering operations. It is important for MnDOT engineers to have the appropriate skills as they are called upon to manage and operate the transportation system so that we can move Toward Zero Deaths.
The private sector continues to gear up for this by certifying their engineers.
MnDOT must also ensure that we have PTOE certified professionals on staff. Please consider this personal development opportunity that will certainly be very useful in your career at MnDOT.
For more information on PTOE certification: