NVLTAP Road Scholar Program

The Road Scholar Program coordinates and provides low-cost workshops and training for Nevada's transportation programs. Instructors are in-house staff and other transportation highway experts.

To become a Road Scholar you must attend 10, one-day workshops during a five-year period. Upon completion of the program, you will receive a certificate of completion. (Note: please contact us for information about future classes.)

Road Scholar Courses & Requirements

Required Workshops

  • All About Roadway Materials
  • NHI #131139 Constructing & Inspecting Asphalt Paving Projects (can be applied in lieu of All About Roadway Materials)
  • Basic Work Zone Traffic Control
  • Roadway Drainage
  • Keeping You and Your Agency Out of Court (Tort Liability and Risk Management)
  • Workplace Safety

Workshop Electives (choose six)

  • Aggregate Properties & Characteristics
  • Airborne Pathogens & Roadside Hazards
  • Airport Pavement Maintenance
  • Asphalt Binder Technology
  • Asphalt Paving Technology & Maintenance
  • Asphalt Pavement Rehabilitation
  • Design of Concrete Pavements
  • Dust Control
  • Effective Communication Skills
  • Gravel Road Maintenance
  • Introduction to Construction Management
  • Leadership Techniques
  • Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices
  • Pavement Management Systems
  • Practical Math
  • Road Safety 365
  • Snow & Ice Control
  • Solving ADA Design Challenges
  • Stormwater Pollution Control
  • Summer Survival
  • Winter Survival

Register for the Road Scholar Program

  1. To join this program, complete the online Road Scholar Application Form below.
  2. To earn your certificate, you must complete all required classes within five years of your initial application.