ROADS SCHOLAR II
The Roads Scholar II program is designed primarily for local, state, and private transportation employees, who are in higher-level supervisory, management, and/or technical positions. Elected officials, engineers, planners, consultants, and contractors are a few of the individuals who will benefit from this program. Most training is offered for no or minimal fees and training sessions are offered at various locations throughout the state.
Primary Audience – Individuals involved in the planning and oversight of roadway work and safety evaluation. This includes, but is not limited to, managers, supervisors, technicians, engineers, officials/administrators.
Secondary Audience – RS II classes may also appeal to secondary target audiences, which would be class specific.
GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS AND AWARDS
To become a RS II graduate, each participant must complete a total of 8 classes.
Classes range in length, but are typically full-day. These classes must be completed within a 5 year period, with exceptions made if class offerings have not been available.
Participants are automatically enrolled in the Roads Scholar II Program. There is no need to do any extra paperwork, other than submitting the typically requested registration information.
Each RS II graduate receives a framed certificate and a leather bound embossed padfolio.