Want to Become an ATSSA ®-Certified Flagger?
Classes Are Held All Over the State of Alaska
Our ATSSA ® Flagger Training and Certification Course is approximately 4 hours on-site at Northern Dame. Upon completion of the course and passing the National Flagger Certification Exam, you'll be issued an ATSSA ® 4-year certification.
The main objective of this course is to learn how to be a safe and effective flagger. To measure the success of this program, there are several things you should understand and be able to do when you are finished.
At the end of the class, you should be able to:
ATSSA ® (American Traffic Safety Services Association) Certified Flagger Instructor
you do not have to be 18 to take the course, however, to work on a state project you must be 18 years of age.
Flagger Handbook, Flagger Workbook, Pencil, Test and Pencil (the flagger handbook, workbook, and pencil are the clients to keep).
PowerPoint presentation, classroom interaction, hands-on flagger demonstration.
To officially be registered, you shall:
- Complete a min. 4-hour ATSSA ® flagger course
- Pass flagger exam in accordance with your state’s requirements
- Pass all sections of the demonstration test