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The courses listed on the following web
pages constitute the 2006-2007 Technology Transfer Training Program. These
courses are scheduled to be presented on the dates shown and at the locations
indicated. As you view the list, NOTE THE PREREQUISITES for many of the courses,
especially those relating to math or computers. Instruction is geared toward
those students who have the necessary prerequisite skills. These classes are all
tuition-free unless otherwise noted. Travel, meals and lodging expenses, are
always the responsibility of the student.
ENROLLMENT: We invite your agency to enroll students in the classes you desire by filling out the enrollment form. Please type or clearly print the enrollment information completely as this information will be entered in our computer for later use on mailings, rosters and certificates. Return the enrollment form by using one of the following methods:
Illinois Department of Transportation
Bureau of Local Roads and Streets
Technology Transfer Center
2300 S. Dirksen Parkway, Room 205
Springfield, IL 62764
You may fax your enrollment form by dialing 217/785-7296.
It is important that you send your enrollments in early. Some classes fill up quickly and we may not be able to schedule additional classes. Enrollments must be received no later than 3 weeks prior to a class. A letter of confirmation will be sent to you once your enrollment has been processed. The confirmation letter and attached summary are sent to notify you that we did receive your enrollment form and have entered it as shown. When you receive this letter, please check the summary for accuracy of class enrollments and spelling of names. If you need to make any changes, please contact our office.
In cases of excess enrollment, some attendance restrictions will be imposed and in cases of insufficient enrollment, classes may be cancelled. Enrollment in a class will be handled in accordance with our policy below.
The confirmation letter you receive is only to let you know that we did receive your enrollment form. We will continue to enter enrollments in our computer until three weeks prior to a class. We will then determine if we have more enrollments than we have space. If this occurs, Local Agencies and Department personnel will be given priority to attend the class. Other enrollments will be placed in the class on a first come, first served basis. If a class has more Local Agency personnel enrolled than we have space, then placement will be on a first come, first served basis and may be limited to four students per agency, if necessary.
Your contact person will receive a letter approximately 2 weeks prior to the class confirming your registration and giving the classroom information. All others will be notified that they have been placed on a waiting list and will be contacted if there are further cancellations.
If a student is unable to attend, it is the agencies responsibility to cancel before the day of the class. Frequent no shows may result in your agency receiving lower priority in future enrollments.
Enrollment for Consultants will be allowed in all Technology Transfer Training classes with the exception of Documentation and Flagger Training.
Consultant registration requests for Documentation of Contract Quantities will only be accepted by the Central Bureau of Construction on their required form. Therefore, consultants registering through T2 will not be accepted.
Due to the popularity of our classes, we must limit each Consulting firm to a maximum of four students per class.
A Certificate of Completion will be awarded to those students who successfully complete the final examination for the class. In those classes where final exams are not given, a Certificate of Attendance will be awarded. The majority of T2 Classes meets the requirements for Professional Development Hours (PDH’s). The number of PDH’s given per class can be found with the course description.