Workforce Training

Flagging & Traffic Control Must be 18 years of age to enroll

A flagger must establish authority and confidence so traffic will respond in time, and consistently with, the need to stop, change lanes, proceed more slowly or manuever as necessary around or through the work zone safely. Must be 18 years of age to enroll.

Flagging -Traffic Control Certification 

Certification is required in most states to work as traffic control personnel on roadways.  This six-hour class will teach you how to be a safe and effective flagger within work zones.  Upon successful completion of this training and exam, you will receive a registered flagger certification valid for 3 years. This certification is recognized in Idaho, Montana, Washington and Utah. Students should always check with their local jurisdiction as to the acceptability of ATSSA flagger certification.

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Flagging-Traffic Control Recertification

Are you currently an ATSSA certified flagger? Is your card about to expire?  This four hour re-certification course will bring you and your card up to date after successful completion of the course and exam.  This class also provides initial certification for people who wish to work as flaggers in Idaho, Montana and Utah.  Upon successful completion of this training and exam, you will receive an ATSSA flagger certification card valid for 3 years. Students should always check with their local jurisdiction as to the acceptability of ATSSA flagger certification

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All students are encouraged to arrive early for Flagging & Traffic Control courses as attendance is taken promptly at at the start of class. Tardy students will not be permitted to enter the classroom due to training requirements set by the American Traffic Safety Services Association(ATSSA). Students must be present for the entire course in order to obtain a Flagger Certification.

LCSC Workforce Training

North Lewiston Training Center  - 1920 3rd Avenue North - Lewiston, Idaho 83501
Phone:  208-792-2388 Toll Free:  800-879-0452 Fax:  208-792-2680


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