Central Mix Aggregate Plant Class Fee: $300
This three-day program will encompass testing of aggregates, job mixes, specifications, production sampling and stockpiling, automated data processing forms, pay quantities, titration, quality assurance and modified acceptance programs. Class includes 1/2 day of lab. Students must pass a proficiency examination to be certified. Calculator, safety glasses, and safety shoes are required.
Concrete Plant Class Fee: $250
This two-day program will encompass components of concrete, ACI Concrete Mix Design, moisture content and batch weight calculations, requirements for inspection of plant and equipment, responsibilities of producer’s Quality Control Technician and VDOT Monitor, automated data processing. Calculator is required.
July 18 & 19. 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM. Location : CCWA – Chester
Concrete Field Class Fee: $250
This two-day program will encompass components of concrete, field inspection and repair of hydraulic cement concrete structures, responsibilities of contractor’s technician and VDOT inspections, automated data processing and specifications. Students must obtain an ACI field Level I Certification to be certified. For information on ACI, visit www.vrmca.com/aci.
For more information on ACI, go to the VRMCA web site at http://www.vrmca.com/aci/
Pavement Marking Class Fee: $250
Beginning Spring 2018 the Pavement Marking course will be online. The online class is as a self-paced / self-study class and is equivalent to the instructor-led program. It is intended to be a self-directed independent study program – no classroom time. The program involves instruction regarding layout and pre-marking materials, application, quality control testing, visual inspection and troubleshooting of pavement markings and markers. Once registered, study materials and online class information will be emailed.* Please allow 14 business days to receive your study materials and online link to the Pavement Marking course.
Sections of this class will appear below, as they become available.
Soils and Aggregate Compaction Class Fee: $350
This four-day program will encompass nuclear density testing, one-point proctor and ‘’Speedy’’ moisture, construction and testing of embankments and subgrade, pipe installation, roller patterns and reports. Calculator is required.
Oct 9 – 12. 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM. Location : CCWA – Midlothian Center
Sitemanager Class Fee: $450
This program is a common tool for managing statewide inspection, contract administration and contract payment activities, it utilizes the latest technology to provide engineers, technicians, and construction administrators with the tools to help them effectively and efficiently manage the State’s construction program.
There will also be a class starting on 11/19/18 (CCWA – Midlothian Center).
Plan Reading Class Fee: $600
The objective of the Plan Reading course is for the Construction Inspector to understand how to utilize VDOT standards and specifications, identify plans and included sheets, terms and symbols, use of a scale to determine distance and lengths on a set of plans, apply basic math concepts and compute earthwork quantities from cross-section sheets.
There will also be a class starting on 12/05/18 (CCWA – Workforce Development and Conference Center).
Documentation & Record Keeping Class Fee: $600
The objective of the Documentation & Record Keeping course is for the Construction Inspector to understand the importance of contract documents; bid proposals and contracts, plans, specifications, standards, overview of good documentation practices, using math to document construction activities, and completion of inspection forms. Students need to bring laptops.
There will also be a class starting on 11/26/18 (CCWA – Workforce Development and Conference Center).
Surveying Class Fee: $624
The objective of the Surveying for Inspectors course is for the Construction Inspector to understand determination of elevation, benchmarks, sources of information, use of field notebook, proper use and accuracy of the equipment and how to read the rod.
There will also be a class starting on 11/29/18 (CCWA – Midlothian Center).
Roadway & Drainage Class Fee: $795
The objective of the Roadway & Drainage course is for the Construction Inspector to understand the project development process; funding and bidding, learn resources available, use of plans, specifications, standards and contract, basics of inspection for roadway construction and drainage.
There will also be a class starting on 12/17/18 (CCWA – Workforce Development and Conference Center).
Structures & Bridges Class Fee: $1125
The objective of the Structures & Bridges course is to cover the general and critical inspection points that an Inspector needs to know to ensure that a contractor is meeting VDOT standards and specifications requirements when building or restoring Virginia’s Structures and Bridges.
There will also be a class starting on 12/10/18 (CCWA – Workforce Development and Conference Center).
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Each course is offered on the condition of adequate enrollment; CCWA reserves the right to cancel or discontinue any course because of low enrollment or for other reasons deemed sufficient. Necessary changes in this schedule may be dictated by enrollment, personnel requirements, or availability of facilities.
Continuing Education Options
All classes in this schedule offer Continuing Education Units (CEUs) and Continuing Professional Education (CPE). The number of CEUs awarded depends upon successful course completion and varies according to course length. For each hour of actual instruction 0.1 CEU is awarded. For CPEs, students simply need to request them from CCWA before class.
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- Full attendance is required.
- Study materials are supplied on the first day of the course.
- A valid Photo ID must be presented to take all examinations.
- Students must successfully complete a written and any required hands-on proficiency examinations to be certified.
- All students must have an account on VDOT University to access grades and certification credentials.
- Class attendance for general knowledge is permitted, but preference will be given to those needing certification to perform their job duties
- Certifications are intended for personnel performing materials acceptance sampling/testing or those required by VDOT specification to be certified.
All classes start at 8:30 AM and end at 4:30 PM. Schedule updates and weather cancellations available at: http://CCWATRAINING.ORG/VDOT
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