Courses (22)

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Municipal Engineering Fundamentals for Non-Engineers

Upcoming Dates
  • Apr. 14 - May 19, 2023 (C774)
    Live Online
    $995
In this course, you will learn about key municipal engineering systems and about the concepts and methods used to design, operate, and maintain the following systems, specifically related to streets, water supply, sanitary sewer and storm drainage systems. You will also get the answers to some essential questions you must ask yourself and your team prior to designing any municipal system.
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RA00356

Emergency Railroad Bridge Inspections

Upcoming Dates
  • Start Anytime
    Online Anytime
    $395
Emergency railroad bridge incidents happen without warning, often far from the railroad bridge inspector's home base and at unusual hours. This course makes it possible for a broad range of highly capable employees to act as competent observers, so they can relay critical information to an offsite railroad bridge expert. Frontline MOW employees, managers, consultants, and individuals involved with railroad infrastructure and security can all benefit from this short online course that introduces you to the technical, procedural, and safety aspects of emergency railroad bridge inspection.
RA01658

Introduction to Traction Power and OCS Systems

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  • Start Anytime
    Online Anytime
    $295
This course will provide an introduction of typical light rail and commuter rail traction power systems. A great introduction for those new to the topic and also for those who will be taking the full 2-day Fundamentals of Traction Power Systems and Overhead Contact Systems course. This is a recorded on-demand on-line course. You will receive course material and access to the instructor for follow-up questions. You will also receive 2 PDH’s (Professional Development Hours) and a certificate of course completion.
RA01727

CWR and Thermal Forces Workshop

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  • Not scheduled at this time. Click the course title for program description and contact information.
Gain a working knowledge of CWR and learn how to calculate the thermal forces and internal forces associated with the installation of CWR. Understand the proper procedure for thermal adjusting and maintaining neutral temperature, and learn about flash butt and thermite welds, CWR maintenance, replacing rail, and FRA regulations.
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RA01302

Effective Roadway Lighting

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  • Not scheduled at this time. Click the course title for program description and contact information.
In this course, you will have the opportunity to use current lighting design software as you work on street lighting and roadway lighting design examples. You will learn about new technologies like LED roadway lighting and gain hands-on experience as you solve practical street lighting examples problems. This course will focus on sustainable, energy efficient designs that are constructible, maintainable, and serve the needs of all users of your streets, roadways and walkways.
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RA00194

Fleet Management Effective Practices for Public and Private Fleets

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  • Not scheduled at this time. Click the course title for program description and contact information.
Learn to how measure fleet shop performance and implement and sustain best practices to continue to improve performance. You’ll also learn about systematic approaches to shop floor management, vehicle and equipment procurement, budgeting and planning. Participate in group case study exercises based on real-world fleets.
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RA01064

Fundamentals of Electric Rail Vehicle Systems Design, Procurement, Operations, and Maintenance

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  • Not scheduled at this time. Click the course title for program description and contact information.
Electric rail vehicles consist of a complex system of electrical, mechanical, and structural components.  This course will help you effectively design, procure, operate, and maintain a fleet of electric light rail, heavy rail, and/or commuter rail vehicles. NOTE: The February 2022 offering of this course is being offered in four 4-hour modules in a live online format Monday, February 14th thru Thursday, February 17th from 11:30 AM to 3:30 PM Central Time each day. Details on how to access the course will be sent with registration confirmation. No software is required to participate in the online course. The course is accessed via your internet browser.
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Discipline: Electrical
RA01521
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