Course Description

Welcome to UFTI-T2 Center's Intermediate TTC registration page. UFTI-T2 Center offers Basic, Intermediate, and Advanced TTC training in virtual, in-person, and hybrid settings on behalf of the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT). 

  • A laptop or desktop with a microphone, camera, speakers, and a high-speed internet connection is required to attend virtual courses. 
  • The registrant agrees to the virtual course requirements and temporary identification number (TIN) consent. 
  • To register, select your organization type, student fee, and click Register Now. Complete student information and payment method and confirm registration.

The virtual 2-day course will be instructor-led using Zoom with live instruction, interactive discussions, and a proctored online exam. You will be able to see and hear your instructor and the other students. Likewise, the instructor and students will be able to see and hear you.

  • Registration includes an electronic copy of training course books. 
  • Hard Copy Books are available for purchase upon request.
  • Course access and electronic books will be emailed to registrants with their registration receipt and the day before the class from t2training@ce.ufl.edu

Course Outline

1. Register

  • Registration includes an electronic copy of training course books.
  • Hard Copy Books are available for purchase upon request.
  • Course access and electronic books will be emailed to registrants with their registration receipt and the day before the class from t2training@ce.ufl.edu

2. Login & TIN Consent

  • On the morning of the course our team will welcome you and verify your identity by recording your driver’s license number for your TTC training record.
  • The registrant provides consent for UFTI-T2 Center, FDOT, and MOT/TTC Administrator to use the first 9 numbers of their driver’s license as a temporary identification number (TIN) for verification purposes and their TTC student profile. Any student who declines consent is not eligible to take the course.

3. During the Virtual Course

  • A microphone, camera, speakers, and a high-speed Internet connection are required. This is an interactive class; your camera must be on for the entire course.

4. Exam Process

  • The final exam will be proctored, open book, and open note; you may also use the PDF of the course books.
  • The exam is 50 multiple-choice questions and timed for two (2) hours.
  • Virtual courses offer an online exam.
  • Hybrid courses may offer a paper & pencil exam with prior approval.
  • The course begins by introducing the fundamental principles of a TTC. Students will learn to maintain safe movement of all public right-of-way users by applying local, state, and federal policy and manuals. The course will guide students through general terms and procedures used in work zones, different types of temporary traffic control devices, and the intended function and the appropriate use of each device while defining the elements that make up temporary traffic control zones.
  • On day two, students will have the opportunity to apply these principles to identify possible solutions for maintaining safe movement of traffic, pedestrians, transit operations, and access to property and utilities when our work zone disrupts the normal function of a roadway. Following the course instruction, students will demonstrate flagging procedures and complete an online exam.
  • To successfully complete the course, students must demonstrate proper flagging procedures and achieve a minimum score of 70% on the proctored, time-limited (2-hour), final exam. With the Intermediate TTC qualification, students will be able identify and apply the appropriate FDOT standard plan index to standard roadways by implementing appropriate work zone setup, maintenance, inspection, and removal.
  • The Advanced TTC course includes the placement, maintenance, and the inspection of temporary barriers. Barriers are not covered in the Intermediate section.

5. Certificate and Wallet Card

  • After the exam, our team will send your exam responses, evaluation, and attendance record to the MOT/TTC Administrator for grading. Please allow 2-3 weeks for the MOT/TTC Administrator to complete the grading process.
  • Students will receive an email with login instructions to see their results.
  • A passing grade of 70% will have a link to download a wallet card and full-size certificate.



  1. Not sure about an online exam? Limited supply of computers for your group?
  2. Need some help with Zoom? Want to see the course environment? Want to test your equipment?
    • Email T2training@ce.ufl.edu to request a session M-F 8AM-5PM to test your equipment and connection prior to your class date.
  3. Not comfortable showing your driver’s license on camera?
    • Please request a separate virtual room.


This course is required for personnel with the responsibility or authority to decide on the specific TTC requirements to be implemented in the State of Florida including:

  • FDOT employee, contractor, consultant, surveyor, utility company personnel, local maintaining agency, or any other appropriate person responsible for work zone traffic control planning, design, implementation, inspection, and/or for supervising the selection, placement, or temporary traffic control schemes and devices in work zones on the State Highway System.


  1. Basic TTC (Recommended)
  2. One year of experience in work zone traffic control or work zone traffic control plan development (Recommended)
  3. Fundamentals of Plans Reading (Recommended)
Enroll Now - Select a section to enroll in
Section Title
UFT2 Intermediate Temporary Traffic Control
Th, F
8:30AM to 5:00PM
Dec 14, 2023 to Dec 15, 2023
Schedule and Location
Contact Hours
Delivery Options
Course Fee(s)
ITTC Registration non-credit $325.00
Drop Request Deadline
Dec 04, 2023
Transfer Request Deadline
Dec 04, 2023
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