MACRS 2023 FAll District Trainings

Topics, When, Where, Cost, and How to Register


  1. Leadership [Organizational Excellence Road Scholar Class Credit Requirement]
  2. Personal Safety and Safety Culture [Worker Safety Road Scholar Class Credit Requirement]
  3. Equipment and Workplace Safety [Worker Safety Road Scholar Class Credit Requirement]
  4. OTHER [Road Scholar Class Credit Requirement]

When, Where, and Topics Covered

Week 1: October 3, 2023 [8am-3pm] Bozeman, MT | Topics: 1,2
Western Transportation Institute 3rd Floor Classroom | 2327 University Way, Bozeman, MT 59715

Week 1: October 4, 2023 [8am-3pm] Boulder, MT | Topics: 1,2
Volunteer Hall | 25 Little Boulder Road, Boulder, MT 59632

Week 1: October 5, 2023 [8am-3pm] Kalispell, MT | Topics: Several (as requested)
Flathead County Fairgrounds | Country Kitchen, 265 North Meridian Road, Kalispell, MT 59901

Week 2: October 17, 2023 [8am-3pm] Billings, MT | Topics: 2,3
Location TBD

Week 2: October 18, 2023 [8am-3pm] Lewistown, MT | Topics: 2,3
Fergus County Weed Department | 185 Armory Road, Lewistown, MT 59457

Week 3: October 31, 2023 [8am-3pm] Sidney, MT | Topics: TBD (as requested)
Richland County Extension Office | 1499 N. Central Ave, Sidney, MT 59270

Week 3: November 1, 2023 [8am-3pm] Miles City, MT | Topics: 1,2
Miles City Community College | MMC Room 106, 2715 Dickinson St, Miles City, MT 59301

Week 3: November 2, 2023 [8am-3pm] Chinook, MT | Topics: TBD (as requested)
Location TBD 

Cost and How to Register

PRE-REGISTRATION is required.  The cost per person is $50, which includes all classroom materials.  Please email a list of your attendees and location of class registering for to [email protected] and we will invoice you.  Please contact the LTAP office to cancel/modify your registration(s) five days prior to the workshop. This helps us ensure we have adequate space and training materials. If at the time of registration you do not have all your attendee(s) names simply specify how many attendees will be attending


Flagging Certification Training: 

Workshop Objective: To learn work zone and flagging procedures to become a certified flagger.

Workshop Description: This flagger workshop is a combination of lecture, manuals, video and hands-on problem solving with regards to flagging in a work zone. The five parts of a Traffic Control Work Zone will be discussed. Montana flagger certification will be issued to all participants who successful pass the course. 

Who Should Attend: Those wanting to become a certified flagger. Road department employees from cities, counties, MDT, Forest Service, Park Service, BIA and Tribal employees will all benefit from attending this workshop.

Instructor: Shawna Page has been a Certified Safety Officer and professional safety instructor for over fifteen years, while also working in the construction field for 20 years. Shawna’s experience ranges from building construction to Work Zone traffic control. Shawna is Montana LTAP’s primary instructor on many courses that LTAP offers. Shawna regularly teaches MSHA courses including Part 46 refreshers, OSHA 10 & 30 courses, Asbestos Safety, Cold Weather Safety, flagging, Work Zone Technician, Traffic Control Supervisor, and other safety courses.