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INDOT University is an education and training program for INDOTs partners. Current offerings include Certified Technician Program (CTP) courses, Utility Coordinator Certification Training, Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) Training, and National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) Training. Use the links below to find additional information about currently offered courses, training topics and materials, registration, and online payment for courses that have a fee.
Please check this page regularly for course updates.
Below you will find several courses being offered by various divisions within INDOT.
This training is run by INDOT’s Utility and Railroad Division for the purpose of certifying individuals for work as Utility Coordinators. The training is two full days and will include four quizzes, two per day. The online registration and payment links below also provide information regarding materials needed and location of the training.
Certified Technician Program
INDOT developed the Certified Technician Program (CTP) as a means to increase the number of experienced professionals able to perform construction contract inspections. The Certified Technician Program is comprised of six areas of certification, with each exam lasting three hours. INDOT does not teach the material, but simply proctors exams in the following areas: Bridge Construction & Deck Repair, Concrete Paving, Construction Earthworks, Construction Procedures Part 1, Construction Procedures 2, Hot Mix Asphalt Paving.
The Economic Opportunity Division conducts three-hour workshops on INDOT’s Title VI Program and Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) program. The workshops are free of charge. The target audience are contractors, subcontractors, professional consultants and any personnel with civil rights responsibilities such as planning, contract administration, legal, environmental services, safety, right of way, relocation, and research who has not recently attended a workshop.
Participants in the NEPA Initial Training will receive detailed instruction on the regulations covering environmental considerations set forth in various regulations to include those mentioned in the National Environmental Policy Act of 1969 and others. Participants will also learn of various policies governing work done for INDOT and FHWA. Upon completion of the course participants will be certified in the Indiana NEPA project development process. This course is one of the requirements to be prequalified for environmental work for INDOT projects. In addition to the initial training, INDOT offers occasional NEPA refresher courses
Project Manager-Employee Development
Indiana Department of Transportation
100 N. Senate Ave., IGCN 755
Indianapolis, IN 46204