Cindy Sells 
Associated Pennsylvania Constructors 
717-238-2513 x103 


Friday, Ocotber 24, 2014

8-9:45 AM -- Flagger Train-the-Trainer
9:45-10:15 AM -- Refreshment Break
10:15-Noon -- Flagger Train-the-Trainer
Noon -- Exam/Adjournment

*Registration fee includes refreshment break and all necessary training materials

No refunds will be given after October 17, 2014


APC Members:  $165 per person
Non-Members:  $215 per person

All registrants should register online, but may remit payment via credit card or mailing a check.  Choose appropriate option during the online registration process.


APC Office, 5th Floor Conference Room
800 North Third Street
Suite 500
Harrisburg, PA 17102

Driving Directions 

APC Flagger Train-the-Trainer Program
October 24, 2014

The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation’s (PennDOT) Publication 213 requires that all flaggers, at minimum, shall have training as per the most current version of Publication 408, Section 901.3 Flagger Training. This requirement applies to anyone performing flagging duties on any public roadway in Pennsylvania. APC is offering this Flagging Train-the-Trainer course to help attendees comply with the requirements in Publication 213. It has been designed to satisfy the minimum training guidelines outlined in Publication 408. Trainees that successfully complete this session will receive a wallet-sized training verification card and one CD containing the PowerPoint, 20-question exam, and a template to create future trainee verification cards. The materials provided to attendees can then be used to train their own flaggers.


APC Members: $165.00
Non-members: $215.00


Meet the Trainer

Mark M. Hood - Flagger Train-the-Trainer Instructor

In addition to serving as the instructor for APC’s flagger trainer course from its inception on January 1, 2003, Mark serves as a project engineer with Pennoni Associates in State College. He spent several years prior to that as a traffic safety engineer for LTAP - The Pennsylvania Local Roads Program where he provided training and technical assistance to Pennsylvania’s 2,500 local governments to help define and solve their traffic engineering and highway safety problems. Mark has a Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering from Swarthmore College and a Master of Science degree in Civil Engineering from Villanova University.