Montana LTAP Training
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Who Should Attend
Workshop Description: Participants will learn permanent sign placement and MUTCD standards, and gravel
road blading and maintenance practices at the 2019 MACRS Spring District Meetings.
Who Should Attend: Anyone who is involved with city or county roads, public works directors, or anyone who is interested in gravel roads maintenance and workzone safety.
Instructors: Shawna began her long career as an instructor over 25 years ago. All of Shawna’s certifications are nationally recognized except for Flagging Certification which is a state-to-state process. She also teaches classes on asbestos awareness, blood-borne pathogens, hazardous waste, CPR, and OSHA 10 and 30, and MSHA Mine Safety. She brings her vast knowledge of safety training and experience to the LTAP program as the Field Training Professional.
Matthew Ulberg, P.E., Montana LTAP Director, has 19 years experience working in the private consulting industry.
His strengths include working closely with public and private sector clients to solve their engineering challenges. His
experience includes proposal development, rural, highway and municipal projects, right-of-way acquisition, & safety studies.
Classroom Dates & Locations:
May 14, 2019: Billings, Hampton Inn
May 15, 2019: Miles City, Miles Community College
May 16, 2019: Wolf Point, Sherman Inn
May 28, 2019: Missoula, Hilton Garden Inn
May 29, 2019: Great Falls, Heritage Inn
May 30, 2019: Bozeman, Transportation and Systems Engineering Building
Needs Assessment Survey: 2018-2019 Needs Assessment Survey:
- Our goal here at Montana LTAP is to continue developing our training program to fit city, county and state requested needs. In order to accomplish this goal, we are asking our constituents to complete this new Needs Assessment Survey. This is a brief but easy-to-fill-out survey, click on the link above.
- If you do not have web access capabilities, please contact us and we will send you the survey. If you need assistance, please call LTAP at 1-800-541-6671, 406-994-6100, or fax 406-994-5333 or e-mail LTAP Conference Coordinator Genevieve Houska