Certification & Training
One of the major highlights of our event includes two full-day training opportunities in partnership with Microsoft and Bentley Systems. These workshops are designed to enhance your technical industry skillsets and provide you with valuable Professional Development Hours (PDH's) and certified Badges, setting you apart in your professional journey.
Both trainings will occur on Wednesday August 23, 2023
If you are attending the conference, please update your existing registration and select, register, and pay for your desired training. If you're solely interested in registering for the training, please choose go to the conference registration site and select the "Non-Conference Attendee" option.
AI and Cybersecurity Training
$100 for conference attendees
$150 for non-attendees
This 4-hour introductory course to artificial intelligence (AI) provides a basic understanding of the field, covering topics such as machine learning, natural language processing, and computer vision. Students will learn about the history of AI, its current state of the art, and its potential impact on society. No prior programming experience is required, but basic computer literacy is recommended.
Following the AI course will be a 4-hour introductory course in Cybersecurity. This presentation will emphasize the importance of Cybersecurity, global public sector trends, the impact of COVID-19, drivers, global regulations and initiatives, challenges, and the outlook.
OpenRoads Designer (ORD) Training
$150 for conference attendees
$250 for non-attendees
In 2015 State Dept. of Transportations began a transition to a 3D design workflow by adopting the OpenRoads technology offered in the SS3 version of GeoPak. Since then, designers statewide have upgraded to the more robust SS4/SS10 versions of GeoPak and most recently OpenRoads Designer (ORD).
The course will cover terrains, horizontal & vertical geometry, user interface, templates, corridor modeling, cross sections & volumes, plan & profile, proposed terrains, and corridor edits.