Front Range Community College (FRCC) offers an Associate’s Degree in Highway Maintenance Management. This is the first program of its kind in the nation, offering local agency personnel a powerful tool to advance careers. Read how FRCC has recently graduated its first student.
- Entirely online: you complete the courses at your own pace and schedule.
- Prior learning counts: the program awards credit for military experience, a commercial driver’s license, and completed Nevada LTAP training, just to name a few. This shortens the time and money spent on classes.
- Fully supported: Assigned staff help you select classes, manage their completion, and get credit for prior learning.
- Open to everyone: no high school diploma or general education certificate is required, just a desire to advance your roadway maintenance knowledge and skills.
And to make to make the degree more affordable, the Nevada LTAP is offering full scholarships to local agency participants!
Interested in applying for a scholarship? The application deadline is August 14 for the fall semester. Apply today!
Note: Applicant’s agency pays a one-time, $500 tuition payment per employee before scholarship funds are distributed. This amount is non-refundable and payable to the Nevada LTAP.
The Road Safety Champion Program (RSCP) is a certificate program designed to improve the safety training of those responsible for operating, maintaining, designing, and enforcing local roads. The long-term goal is to build a knowledgeable workforce that is motivated to implement safety improvements that reduce injuries and fatalities on rural and local roadways.
Training participants will complete a series of courses in core and specialized safety issues. When all requirements are met, participants will be awarded a Road Safety Champion Program Certificate. (Note: the certificate is not a degree or professional certification.)