Lake Superior College

MnDOT Technical Certification

In light of the recent COVID-19 precautions, MnDOT has suspended all classes for the remainder of the training season.  Your registrations will be cancelled and you will be refunded your full class fee.  Please be patient as LSC works through the high volume of cancellations and refunds.  We are doing our best to work quickly and efficiently during this uncertain time.  MnDOT is also coming up with a plan to for those who need to recertify their classes yet this spring.  You will be notified once a plan has been implemented.  Our online classes will stay open until April 30th - please consider taking one of our online recertification classes if you need to recertify in:  Bit Plant 1, Concrete Field 1, Bituminous Street, Grading and Base 1, or Grading and Base 2. In the meantime, practice social distancing,  personal hand washing hygiene and stay safe.

Aggregate Production * Bituminous Plant
Bituminous Street * Bridge Construction
Concrete Field * Concrete Plant
Concrete Strength Testing * Grading & Base

 

A Mn/DOT Tech ID# is REQUIRED to register for certification courses. If you do not have an ID#, please click on:  MnDOT Tech ID.

Registrations will be processed on a first come-first served basis. The class sizes are limited, so early registrations are suggested to obtain the date preferred. All online registrations must be paid with a credit card or the PO option (Organization accounts only).

REGISTRATIONS WILL NOT BE PROCESSED WITHOUT PAYMENT unless you are an organization account and get PO permission.

Reminder:  Lunch is on your own for all MnDOT classes.

 

Aggregate Production
This is a three day introductory course taught both in the classroom and in the lab. It covers aspects of aggregate production and quality control testing. Subjects include: prospecting for aggregate, crushing and stockpiling, aggregate blending, process control, and effects of non-complying aggregate on construction. Test topics include aggregate sampling, splitting, gradations, aggregate specific gravity, moisture, spall identification, percent crushing, and other aggregate durability and quality tests. This course includes a hands-on performance review. This is done during the lab.

There is currently no level 2 or recertification course for aggregate production.