12/16 02:00 PM Why and How to Become a Certified Road Safety Professional
Do you have a topic you’d like to share with your transportation community? Want to earn PDH credit and professional credit? Share it with us! That is the purpose of this webinar idea proposal form!
As a transportation professional, you know that maintaining your skills is critical to your professional development and career success. ITE is committed to providing you with the educational offerings necessary so you can perform your job most effectively and keep our streets moving.
We try to provide you with the latest trends as well as the tools and skills you need as a transportation professional by offering several avenues for your professional development and education.
ITE strives to provide you with convenient avenues to continue your education. Given the number of requests for group learning, ITE is launching its Lunch & Learn Program. This provides the opportunity to groups who would like to view this webinar in one setting and receive PDH credit in a group setting at their own leisure.
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The ITE Learning Hub provides professional development opportunities for you to maintain your P.E. license and AICP, PTOE, and/or PTP certification(s). ITE considers unique state continuing education and training requirement when developing our webinars in an effort to provide a well-rounded portfolio for our nationwide audience.
ITE Talks Transportation is a collaboration between ITE and Bernie Wagenblast, founder and editor of the Transportation Communication Newsletter and host of Transportation Radio. Each month, a new podcast features a thought leader within the transportation industry. In keeping with #transportationtuesday, a new episode will be available the 4th Tuesday of every month.
ITE has set up the Professional Development Record Keeping System as a tool for transportation professionals to keep track of credits earned. Units of activities entered in a log will be converted into Professional Development Hours (PDH). The log created by the ITE Professional Development Record Keeping System conforms to the guidelines set forth by the National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying (NCEES).