Signal Inspector Certification

The prerequisite of Work Zone to obtain a Signal Inspector Certification has been defered until August 1st 2018. This is the LAST Chance to obtain Signal Inspector, after August 1st you will be required to have Work Zone and Traffic Signal Level 1 to obtain the Signal Inspector Certification. Please click HERE to download the official document


IMSA NJ-PA Section Proudly Announces

The First Annual Carmine Guagenti

Certification Week and Trade Show

March 26th ~ 30th, 2018 Rutgers Eco Center

1200 Florence Columbus Rd, Bordentown, NJ 08505

Click Here to Download The Certification Class Registration Form

FREE - Register for March 28th Trade Show and Conference

Click Here to Sign Up for the Technical Sessions

See Event Calendar for more information

We have 4 Technical sessions and you can sign up for more than 1
Basic Controller Programming on Econolite, Naztec and Seimens CU's
and Line Paint Machine Maintenance - Session are 30 min to 60 min long

Earn 7 CEC and 7 PDH by Attending the Trade Show

PDH Certificate available upon request

New York State Licensed Engineers

NEMA TS 1 Troubleshooting Seminar is worth 14 PDH


Engineers with New York State PE License

Our Nema TS 1 Trouble Shooting Seminar

Has received PIE Accreditation

Download the Official Anouncement

Visit the Practicing Institute of Engineering Web Site


August 20th to 22nd 2018

IMSA NJ-PA Section Proudly Announces

The Central Pennsylvania

Certification Week and Trade Show

The Central Hotel & Conference Center - Best Western Premier

Registration Forms will be Availible begining of 2018


!!!! Now Accepting Credit Cards !!!!


The attainment of certification is a means for individuals to indicate to the general public, coworkers, employers, and others that an impartial, nationally-recognized organization has determined that they are qualified to perform specific technical tasks by virtue of their technical knowledge and experiences. Certification also bestows a sense of achievement upon the certified individual since it reflects professional advancement in a chosen field. Certification can also provide an entry into many job assignments that otherwise would be difficult to obtain, since employers recognize certification as an indication of the individual's ability to do specific job tasks without the need for on-the-job training.


Since 1896, when IMSA was founded, an International meeting has been held every year. Expert speakers are selected to present Public Safety subjects that are educational in scope and motivational to everyone in attendance. Manufacturers exhibit the latest product innovations at the Annual Conference. Experienced engineers and technicians are on hand to demonstrate equipment and to give personalized attention to the individual needs of the IMSA members.

International Municipal Signal Association

Since its origin in 1896, IMSA has grown in size, stature and prestige. Today, the Association has members in all areas of the United States, in many areas of Canada, and in many of the free countries of the world. Through its many years of continuous dedication of effort in improving and advancing all aspects of public-safety, IMSA has gained recognition and influence with local, professional organizations. Membership is comprised of persons employed by governmental organizations (city, county, state, federal, province, etc.) and private corporations who are interested in promoting Public Safety in the most economical manner. The IMSA objectives are to improve the efficiency, installation, construction, and maintenance of Public Safety equipment and systems by increasing the knowledge of its members on traffic controls, fire alarms, radio communications, roadway lighting, work zone traffic control, emergency medical services and other related systems..