In order to be certified as a flagger and have your certificate verified, the following process must be completed:

  1. Only Authorized TTC Providers can provide the TTC Basic (Flagger) course with verifiable certification through the Administrator.
  2. In-person training must be conducted using the the Administrator flagger course material. 
  3. All flaggers must successfully demonstrate their flagging knowledge and skills to an approved instructor or proctor.
  4. A hands on skills assessment must be documented for each student online using the Provider Portal.
  5. After the completion of the skills assessment, the instructor and/or authorized proctor must sign the Flagger Evaluation form before providing it to the Administrator through the Provider Portal.
  6. Once signed, a copy of this form can be provided to the student as a temporary flagger certificate. These temporary certificates are only valid for 15 days following the completion of the skills assessment
  7. Note: Temporary certificates will not be valid unless submitted to the Administrator within the 15 day window
  8. The completed forms must be provided to the Administrator for recordkeeping purposes and final certificate issuance
  9. After the student’s data is entered into the Administration database and the payments have been received from the provider, the TTC Basic Flagger Certificate will be issued to the student
  10. The flagger course will expire no more than 4 years after its issuance 

Providers can download the Flagger Evaluation Form, from the Training Materials section of the Provider Portal.