Attend LTAP Classes in Pennsylvania

Continual Education Credits -    old tarp

  Continual Education Credits or CEC's will replace the Tarp Point System    
             
  Earn Credits by attending LTAP Programs  Certificate of Attendance Required to Obtain Credit  
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    Credits Earned and to what Certification Practice  
  Program Name  Work Zone Signals  Signs  Pavement Markings   
             
  CONDUCTING SIGN RETROREFLECTIVITY INSPECTIONS/C1      4    
  RS2-S15-C1 ROAD SCHOLAR 2         
             
  CURVES ON LOCAL ROADS: ISSUES AND SAFETY TOOLS      2 2  
  RS2-S16-C1 ROAD SCHOLAR 2      
             
  ENGINEERING & TRAFFIC STUDIES/C2    8      
  RS-S06-C2 ROAD SCHOLAR         
             
  INTERSECTIONS/C2    2 2    
RS-S08-C2 ROAD SCHOLAR 
             
  PAVEMENT MARKINGS: APPLICATIONS AND MAINTENANCE/C1        8  
  RS-M18-A1 ROAD SCHOLAR         
             
ROADSIDE SAFETY FEATURES/C2  2
  RS-S09-C2 ROAD SCHOLAR         
             
  SIGNS & SAFETY FEATURES FOR BRIDGES/CULVERTS - C1      2    
  RS-S14-C1 ROAD SCHOLAR         
             
  STOP SIGNS AND INTERSECTION TRAFFIC CONTROL    2 2    
  RS2-S17-C1 ROAD SCHOLAR 2       
             
  TRAFFIC CALMING/C2      2 2  
  RS-S07-C2 ROAD SCHOLAR       
             
  TRAFFIC SIGNS BASICS/C1      8    
  RS-S16-C1 ROAD SCHOLAR        
             
  WORK ZONE (TEMPORARY) TRAFFIC CONTROL/C1  8        
  RS-S03-C1 ROAD SCHOLAR        
             

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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..