ON-SITE TRAINING


Traffic Incident Management (TIM)
BASIC TRAINING

This 4-hour class is available to all disciplines of emergency responders and covers building teams who can work together in a coordinated manner, from the moment the first emergency call is made. You will learn the correct deployment of response vehicles and equipment, how to create a safe work area using traffic control devices, and techniques to speed up accident clearance with an emphasis on reducing the number of struck-by and deaths of roadway workers and responders, reducing secondary crashes, reducing on-scene times of responders of roadway incidents and continuing public education with regard to Oklahoma traffic laws pertaining to this issue.

•BASIC TRAINING SCHEDULE



Traffic Incident Management (TIM)
INSTRUCTOR

This 6-hour intensive course includes interactive training with case studies, tabletop role-playing scenarios, and field practicum. This builds a team of trainers within agencies, regions and throughout the state. They, in turn, train their colleagues using this innovative curriculum for correct deployment of response vehicles and equipment, how to create a safe work area using traffic control devices, and techniques to speed up accident clearance with an emphasis on reducing the number of struck-by and deaths of roadway workers and responders, reducing secondary crashes, reducing on-scene times of responders of roadway incidents and continuing public education with regard to Oklahoma traffic laws pertaining to this issue.

Prerequisites:
Student is involved with one of the targeted disciplines seeking to receive the TIMS training.

Student is recognized by their agency as a training delivery resource.

Student has experience with classroom instruction activities or student will be mentored by experienced instructor.

•INSTRUCTOR TRAINING SCHEDULE



Traffic Incident Management (TIM)
TRAIN-THE-TRAINER
This 10-hour intensive course includes interactive training with case studies, tabletop role-playing scenarios, and field practicum. Train-the-Trainer builds a team of trainers within agencies, regions and throughout the state. They, in turn, train their colleagues using this innovative curriculum for correct deployment of response vehicles and equipment, how to create a safe work area using traffic control devices, and techniques to speed up accident clearance with an emphasis on reducing the number of struck-by and deaths of roadway workers and responders, reducing secondary crashes, reducing on-scene times of responders of roadway incidents and continuing public education with regard to Oklahoma traffic laws pertaining to this issue.

Prerequisites:

Student is involved with one of the targeted disciplines seeking to receive the TIMS training.

Student is recognized by their agency as a training delivery resource.

Student has experience with classroom instruction activities or student will be mentored by experienced instructor.

•TRAIN-THE-TRAINER SCHEDULE

WHO SCHEDULES THESE WORKSHOPS?

ABOUT THE LOCAL TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

The Oklahoma Local Technical Assistance Program, in the Center for Local Government Technology, (LTAP), and located at Oklahoma State University has partnered with Eastern Oklahoma County Technology Center in Choctaw, Oklahoma to take the lead in bringing this Federal Highway Administration, Every Day Counts (EDC) Initiative to Oklahoma. Eastern Oklahoma County Technology Center is a public career and technology education center located in Choctaw, Oklahoma, and is part of the Oklahoma Department of Career and Technology Education system.

Oklahoma LTAP is one of 58 LTAP/TTAP Centers located throughout the United States.
The Federal Highway Administration and the Oklahoma Department of Transportation fund the Local Technical Assistance Program. LTAP Centers provide training and technical assistance to government entities that maintain and construct transportation systems at the local level. The Traffic Incident Management (TIM) falls into the mission of the Federal Highway Administration, as well in the mission of the Oklahoma LTAP Program.

Oklahoma LTAP Website



Eastern Oklahoma County Technology Center Website
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