Pavement Training

Upcoming Pavement Courses


Local governments bear responsibility for over 80% of the pavement lane-miles in California, which carry 45% of the state’s vehicle miles traveled. Unfortunately, the condition of California’s pavement has worsened over the past 10 years. Recent legislation brings much needed funding to local governments for preserving existing pavement and restoring structural capacity to deficient pavement.

TechTransfer wants you to get the training you need to achieve maximum value from this new funding by employing the most advanced, cost-effective and sustainable pavement practices possible.  To help with this, pavement classes are now offered in partnership with the City and County Pavement Improvement Center, hosted by the University of California Pavement Research Center, and funded by California Senate Bill 1, the Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017. This partnership reduces registration fees to California's local public agencies to help you better repair and maintain California’s roadways.

Pavement Courses

CCPIC is developing the most current and comprehensive training curriculum available to California’s pavement engineering and management workforce. Courses are intended for engineers, asset managers, upper-level managers, technicians, and construction inspectors, and cover Pavement Fundamentals, Management, Design, Materials, and Construction. Classes are affordable, and the majority of classes are held online, requiring no travel or time away from work, saving local agencies time and money while meeting thier training needs. Classes that are not online are held in classrooms conveniently located throughout the state.

Currently available pavement courses are listed below, with many additional CCPIC classes to be added in 2020 and 2021.  To learn more about a specific course click the title below. To see all the pavement courses currently open for enrollment, click here.

Coming Soon: Pavement Engineering and Management Certificate

CPPIC classes can be taken individually or combined to obtain a Pavement Engineering and Management Certificate. The certificate will be awarded to students who successfully complete 90 hours of CCPIC training: 58 hours in core classes and 32 hours of electives. Successful completion will require students to be registered individually for each class counting toward the certificate and to earn a passing grade on the culminating quiz administered at the end of each class. More information on the certificate option will be posted here as the full CCPIC training curriculum is deployed. 

About the CCPIC

CCPIC works with local governments to increase pavement technical capabilities through timely, relevant, and practical training, support, outreach, and research. Chartered in 2018 and supported by California’s SB1 funds, CCPIC is a partnership of the University of California Pavement Research Center at UC Davis and UC Berkeley; the Institute of Transportation Studies at UC Davis and UC Berkeley; the California Pavement Preservation Center at California State University, Chico; the Mineta Transportation Institute at San José State University; California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo; California State University, Long Beach; the League of California Cities; the California State Association of Counties; and the County Engineers Association of California.

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Tell us your pavement training needs

In order to make sure we serve your pavement training needs as best we can, we are asking for 5 minutes of your time to please fill out this Pavement Training Needs Survey for California.