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Provider FAQ's:

How do I become a provider?

To become a Provider you will need the following:Drum

 

If I am a provider how do I add more instructors?

All submissions MUST include an Application. Before submitting ensure application is complete, all documents in 1 PDF in the order listed below.

 

If I am a provider how do I add proctors?

All submissions MUST include an Application. Before submitting ensure application is complete, all documents in 1 PDF in the order listed below.

 

What are the requirements to be an instructor? 

Criteria for New Instructor (Criteria must be covered in resume)

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What are the requirements to be a proctor?

 

If I am an authorized instructor am I also a proctor?

 

Basic Flagger Training Information for Private Entities who want to teach internally. 

 

Basic Flagger: This is the only MOT level that FDOT allows 2 options for training. 

Option 1: Teach independently. Instructor must have a verifiable Florida Intermediate or Advanced MOT Certificate. Instructor must create training material (teach minimum requirement set by the Florida Department of Transportation) and provide a dexterity exam. A wallet card, certificate must be issued, and records must be kept until expiration. Florida MOT Certificates are no reciprocal with other states. (Requirement found at www.motadmin.com under TTC Resources, Handbook-Page 8) 

 

Option 2: Become an approved MOT Provider. Instructor must have a verifiable Florida Intermediate or Advanced MOT Certificate and meet Instructor criteria. He/She can apply under the company name or apply through their own company. A Provider can teach the public or private. If public the information will be available on the website, if private we keep information internally. 


We provide the course material. It is $20 per student and we issue the certificates. Student certificates are verifiable online for 4 years.  ( Instructor Criteria is found on the application at www.motadmin.com, How to Become a TTC Provider) 

 

 

Teaching MOT Courses                                                                              

Requirements:

Each course is taught independently

 

How does an MOT Approved Instructor Recertify?

An instructor has 3 options prior to their MOT Certificate expiring and 1 option for expired MOT Certificate:

 

Active MOT Certificate:

Option 1: 

Option 2:

Option 3:

 

Expired Certification

Option 4: 

 

What are the requirement for students to sit in class and for exam?

Basic, Intermediate, Advanced

Intermediate Refresher, Advanced Refresher

 

Who can teach a Basic Flagger Course?

 

What happened to the Restricted Activities Course for Utility Workers? 

The Restricted Activities course was required for everyone who had the direct responsibility for placement of work zone traffic control devices in the utility industry only. Maintenance of Traffic Training for those performing utility operations is no longer overseen by FDOT. The current Utility Accommodation Manual requires utility personnel to either carry a self-certification or attend an IMOT/AMOT training with one of our MOT Approved Providers. 

The UAM’s “traffic control requirements” mirror the content of the intermediate training. The UAM requires the self-certification to be issued from the utility company itself.

 

Can I use my own course material?

 

What is the fee to become a provider?

 

What is the cost of the exam and certificates?

 

What is the cost for the flagger certificates?

 

Where do I get the exam “scantron” sheets from?

 

How to fill out the Scantron/Bubble Form?

Response:  The format to include needs to follow LastName,FirstName. That way the Scantron can read the names.  If the names are too long, please ask the students to simply write their complete name on the top of the name field and to bubble as many letters as possible. When we process the names we will make a note and ensure we provide the complete name on the certificate.
 
 
Response: The format to include needs to follow LastName,FirstName. If the trainee would like a special format of his/her name, please ask them to write it on top of the Name Field. Please ask him to simply bubble in his last name a comma and then his first name. On top of the name Field, please ask him to write how he would like his name to read on the certificate. I.E. John A. Smith. When we process the names we will make a note and ensure we provide the complete name on the certificate.
 
 
Response: The Scantron only reads the following format LastName,FirstName with no spaces. If the trainee would like to add suffixes to his/her name to be shown in the certificate, please ask them to write their name on top of the field form. But for the scantron to work, they will need to bubble in their lastname,firstname. When we process the names we will make a note and ensure we provide the complete name on the certificate.

 

 

What do I do with the exam sheets after the class?

Option 2)

It is our goal to process the exams within 3 business days from when they are received although FDOT policy states two (2) weeks.

 

How do I submit the ZipScan Forms Electronically?

 

How do I buy course exams?

 

What forms of payment do you take?

 

Do I need a PayPal account?

 

Do Providers receive a summary of grades after exams have been processed?

Exam Results:

 

Is there special accommodations for TTC/MOT training and exams?

 

Do all providers offer continuing credit hours for MOT?