Partnering associations AEMA, ISSA and ARRA provide up-to-date and relevant training courses to benefit the asphalt pavement preservation and recycling industry.
Full depth reclamation (FDR) is a rehabilitation technique in which the full thickness of the asphalt pavement and a predetermined portion of the underlying materials (the base, subbase, and/or subgrade) is uniformly pulverized and blended to provide an upgraded, homogeneous material. This course will start with the basics of FDR and then move through pre-production and reclaiming to post-production activities.More Info / Enroll
Hot in-place recycling (HIR) is a pavement preservation and corrective maintenance technique that consists of heating and softening the existing asphalt pavement. When combined with an asphalt overlay, HIR can be classified as structural rehabilitation.More Info / Enroll
Cold in-place Recycling (CIR) is a method of reconstructing any flexible pavement where the need arises from structural failures. These failures include transverse cracking, wheel rutting, potholes, surface irregularities, or a combination of these.More Info / Enroll
This training is specifically designed for—and aimed to reach—workers, foremen and supervisors on road and bridge projects. It will help you protect your most important asset—your people—and your business's’ bottom line. This program is latest in a broad-series of ARTBA-TDF training developed over the past 30 years to tackle emerging safety risks unique to transportation design and construction professionals.More Info / Enroll