**PLEASE NOTE** online registration is not available. You must provide prerequisite information, complete all required documentation, and submit via fax or mail. To protect your sensitive personal information, please do not email forms/documentation.
The Flaggers Instructor course is designed for industry professional supervisors responsible for work zone safety operations who wish to become flagger trainers. During training, candidate instructors are provided opportunities to demonstrate flagger proficiency as they work to develop their individual trainer skills through practice teaching assignments. At the conclusion of training, all new instructors are provided with a set of lesson plans and associated instructional materials for use when conducting classroom training and exercises for their own organization.
Evidence of completion of either Work Zone Traffic Control
for Contractor's Responsible Person, Work Zone Traffic Control, or the American
Traffic Safety Services Association Traffic Control Supervisor course. Training must be completed within 4 years prior to taking the Train-the-Trainer Flaggers.
Course Completion Requirements
In order to maintain up-to-date knowledge, Flagger Trainers are required to take a refresher course every three (3) years. The following qualify to meet that requirement:
- Work Zone Traffic Control,
- Work Zone Traffic Control for Contractor's Responsible Person, or
- Work Zone Traffic Control Refresher
Evidence of successful completion of a prerequisite course listed above.
Once all proper documentation has been collected and/or completed it may be faxed to TEEX Customer Care at (979) 458-1426. If additional information is required, contact TEEX Customer Care at (800) 723-3811.
All verifications and associated documentation must be completed a minimum of 14 business days prior to the start of class.
Participants should have experience conducting training and have an understanding of adult learning principles.
TopicsFlagger attire +Flagger duties and qualifications +Flagging equipment +Flagging procedures +Typical flagger operations +Personal protection equipment
- City/County personnel to include supervisors with responsibility for flagging operations
- Contracting company personnel working on or near roadways.
- Safety coordinators
Continuing Education & Professional Credits