TCCC develops and maintains a national curriculum for various transportation disciplines. They also identify training and certification requirements and who is already doing the best job in each area and how to best access and cost-effectively provide training courses while using the following methods:
Core Curriculum Matrices: Skill level competencies are mapped to training resources and all training is reviewed by the TCCC Curriculum Development Subcommittee. Matrices are available for the following disciplines; construction, maintenance, employee development, materials, safety and work zones.
Courses: Over 90 Web-based training (WBT) courses with additional trainings planned as needs are identified. These WBTs were developed to support trainings weaknesses and gaps identified in the TCCC matrices. They fall under several categories, such as Pavements and Materials, Geotechnical, Construction and Maintenance, Highway Safety, and Site and Personal Safety.
- National Transportation Training Database (NTTR): A Web-based database application housed at the Volpe Center, USDOT that collects, stores, and manages national repository of training resources for the highway workforce.