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Training and qualification

The Local Government Projects section helps train local governments, consultants and TxDOT employees in administering a locally let project.

Local Government Project Procedures Qualification for TxDOT (LGP101)

Description

All local entities are required to have an individual qualified by TxDOT in Local Government Project Procedures (LGPP) assigned to each project being performed through an Advanced Funding Agreement. Through its LGPP Qualification Program, TxDOT offers a 12-hour course (virtual or in-person) that trains and qualifies individuals to work on these projects. TxDOT requires all "qualified" persons to successfully complete the LGPP qualification course at least once every three years.

Target audience

Anyone working directly on or overseeing local government projects, including:

  • senior managers, 
  • project managers, 
  • consultants, and 
  • local government employees. 

LGPP participants list

Local Government Projects Construction Administration (LGP102)

Description

TxDOT also offers a 6-hour virtual training course that focuses on the construction administration responsibilities and documentation of a locally let construction project. LGP101 is not a pre-requisite.

Target audience

Anyone working directly on or overseeing local government projects, including:

  • construction recordkeepers, 
  • project managers, 
  • consultants, and 
  • local government employees. 

Additional information

Cost

There are no fees associated with these classes.

Cancellations

These classes are in high demand with a backlog of waitlisted participants for LGP101. If you are not able to attend, please notify training@txdot.gov as soon as possible so we can accommodate a replacement.

Course schedule and registration

Select a class below to view the upcoming schedule and to register for a class.

LGP101 participants who are local to the Austin, El Paso, Dallas, Fort Worth, Houston, San Antonio, and Pharr districts are strongly encouraged to take the in-person sessions. Virtual classes are reserved for learners in the rural districts and TxDOT staff, and if there are spots available, they will be on a first-come, first-served basis. There are usually very long waitlists for virtual classes. NOTE: Enrollments are NOT guaranteed.

Local Government Project Procedures Qualification for TxDOT

Trains and qualifies local government individuals to work on projects performed through an Advanced Funding Agreement. Also trains TxDOT employees on oversight of LG-managed project development tasks.

Local Government Projects Construction Administration

Provides participants with tools, resources, and an understanding of the responsibilities and requirements for successfully administering a locally let construction project.