Grant County-Dist. 2 Employee Receives Roads Scholar Certificate
Jennifer Cripe received her Certificate of Completion for the Roads Scholar Program offered through the Local Technical Assistance Program (LTAP), an outreach program of the College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology at Oklahoma State University. The Roads Scholar Program, which began in Oklahoma in 1993, is an educational series designed specifically for County Commissioners, County Road Foremen, City Public Works Officials, Tribal Officials, and the employees of public agencies responsible for transportation infrastructure.
The program's purpose is to provide individuals with a basic education in civil engineering related and other technical aspects of their jobs. It consists of eight courses, totaling a minimum of 88 hours, which relate to road and bridge maintenance, construction, and repair. These courses include Aggregate Road Maintenance, Excavation Safety, Testing for Soil Properties, MUTCD Part 6, Pavement Preservation, Project Management, Traffic Incident Management, and Plan Reading. Congratulations to Jennifer for her hard work in achieving her Roads Scholar Certification. To learn more about the Local Technical Assistance Program at Oklahoma State University, go to http://ltap.okstate.edu.