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Welcome to the Center for Training Transportation Professionals Website!

The Center for Training Transportation Professionals (CTTP) is dedicated to the improvement of transportation infrastructure by providing quality education relating to the materials, procedures, and equipment used in all phases of highway construction. CTTP continually strives to provide reputable training and certification events that increase knowledge, instill confidence, encourage personal and professional growth, and improve the quality of the transportation industry.

CTTP Basic Math for Concrete now available

Our Basic Math for Concrete review module is now available online. Click on CTTP Online Training to the left and look for Basic Math for Concrete under Courses for Review Only, or click here to go directly to the review.

Notice to CTTP Certified Technicians

Effective January 1, 2013, all technicians performing quality control or acceptance sampling and testing on Department projects must have completed the Basic Aggregates Refresher Certification. This certification is available online at no cost to CTTP certified technicians, and can be accessed from the CTTP website (www.cttp.org) by clicking on CTTP Online, and requesting an account to access Courses for Refresher Certification.

Failure to complete the online refresher certification by the January 1, 2013 deadline will cause existing technician certifications in Basic Aggregates, Concrete Field Testing, Hot Mix Asphalt, Soils, and Concrete Strength Testing to be revoked.

If you have any questions regarding access to the refresher certification, please contact CTTP at cttp@uark.edu or 479-575-3997.

Notice of Changes to Laboratory Certification

Please click here for more information.

Inclement Weather Policy

In case of inclement weather, CTTP will make every effort to hold class as scheduled, even if the University of Arkansas is closed due to the weather. If CTTP determines that it is necessary to cancel/postpone a class, a recorded message will be available by calling 479-575-3997.

Because weather conditions vary greatly across the state, it is the responsibility of each individual to determine whether he/she should attempt to travel to the class. Should you decide that it is not safe to travel, please notify CTTP as soon as possible. Thank you.