Here is a sample video homework session from The Asphalt Pavement Management, Recycling & Preservation Online Certificate Program that consists of three modules covering pavement evaluation, management, recycling and pavement preservation. Please keep in mind that the learners enrolled in this program have already studied Pavement Management and Pavement Preservation, along with Module Three Session One, homework and online, and Session Two, online. You are literally jumping in where they are right now.
Those who are faced with the challenges of maintaining roadways on a shrinking budget will learn cost and energy—efficient strategies to extend the useful service life of pavement.
The instructor, Blair Barnhardt, has spent over 30 years building roads and implementing the technologies presented in this class. He has taught his innovative asphalt pavement recycling and preservation procedures to thousands of agency engineers, resulting in millions of dollars in savings.
Participants in this training program will learn:
- to evaluate pavement distress and recommend repair strategies
- to use techniques such as crack sealing/filling, patching, chip seals, slurry seals, microsurfacing, thin overlays
- to couple the pavement management program to the recycling and preservation components
- to identify strategies to get more years of service from newer pavements
Please share this link with as many friends and colleagues that you know, even if you don’t sign up, wouldn’t you want to be part of CHANGING the way we take care of our CRUMBLING INFRASTRUCTURE in AMERICA?
Note that the views expressed in this video are strictly that of the proposers mentioned and Blair Barnhardt at times. I also point out that there are no affiliate links, or advertisements and no sponsors of this video. We are merely attempting to provide outreach to a cash strapped American Public Works System that cannot afford to take any training that would actually save their agencies millions… Enjoy and make this video go viral, share it with everyone you know right now.