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Registration Fee Information
TRB's webinars are produced with funding received from TRB Sponsors and TRB Affiliates. Accordingly, employees of TRB Sponsors and TRB Affiliates may attend the session without a fee. TRB Sponsors include State Sponsors from the Highway and Transportation Departments of the 50 states and DC, and select Federal and Private Sponsors.
In addition to employees of TRB Sponsors and TRB Sustaining Affiliates, the following are eligible
to receive complimentary webinar registration:
- TRB and National Academies employees;
- Chairs of TRB standing committees, sections, or groups;
- CRP panel members who were involved with developing the report or project that is the subject of the webinar;
SHRP 2 technical coordinating committee or expert task group members who were involved with developing
the report or project that is the subject of the webinar;
- Employees of tribal governments;
- Members of the media; and
- Members of Congress or their staff.
TRB charges a registration fee to other attendees in order to recover some of the costs associated with hosting the webinars.
Please view the individual webinar announcement for pricing information. Some TRB webinars offer free registration for all participants.
Continuing Education Information
TRB offers American Institute of Certified Planners Credits for select, live TRB webinars
TRB is a registered provider with the American Planning Association's (APA’s) professional institute, the American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP). AICP credits can be claimed by certified planners for attending select, live TRB webinars.
Webinars providing AICP credits will include this detail on the webinar registration page, registration confirmation email, and webinar reminder email. TRB is not authorized by AICP to provide credits for recorded webinars.
Please visit the Certification Maintenance section of APA’s website to claim credits.
For questions about AICP's Certification Maintenance program, please contact AICPCM@planning.org.
TRB offers Professional Development Hour certificates to attendees of select, live TRB webinars
TRB is authorized to issue Professional Development Hours (PDH) for live webinars. PDHs are used by licensed engineers
to maintain their continuing education credits with their licensing board. TRB is a registered education provider with
the Registered Continuing Education Provider (RCEP) program, which is managed by the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC).
TRB will report attendee participation to RCEP. Attendees will receive and email confirmation from RCEP when their certificate is
available for download from www.RCEP.net.
Attendees should still contact their state licensing boards if they have any questions about the eligibility
of PDHs from any TRB webinar. For example, some TRB webinars that provide PDHs on topics related to business
practices are accepted by some state licensing boards and not accepted by other boards.
Some webinar subjects may not warrant PDH certificates. Please refer to the webinar registration page, confirmation email,
and reminder email to determine if the webinar topic may be eligible for PDHs.
TRB is not authorized by RCEP to provide PDH certificates for TRB webinars held prior to February 2011, recorded webinars,
live meetings, or live conferences.
Attendees who want to receive PDHs for attending live TRB webinars
Persons wishing to receive a PDH certificate for a live TRB webinar must individually register (or have someone register on their behalf) and
attend the webinar. People who do not individually log in to the webinar and view the full session will not be eligible for PDH certificates.
- For groups, only the person who is registered and logs into the webinar will be eligible to receive a PDH certificate.
- Make sure that the webinar registration name reflects the person that would like to receive a PDH certificate.
- The registrant must log in to the webinar and view the webinar in its entirety.
After the webinar, TRB will review webinar log-in information to verify attendance. Then, TRB will provide the names of
those that attended the entire session to RCEP.net.
- TRB cannot provide partial credit for sessions.
- RCEP will email attendees after TRB reports credits with instructions for retrieving the certificate.
If an email from RCEP is not received: Visit RCEP.net to retrieve the certificate. Enter the email address used to
register for the webinar and password into RCEP's site, or select "Forgot Password."
- For directions on printing a certificate, refer to this guide.
If a certificate has not been posted in RCEP.net within two weeks after
the webinar, please contact Reggie Gillum at RGillum@nas.edu for assistance.
- After the attendee information has been submitted, the attendee can use RCEP.net to track and manage PDH certificates provided by TRB.
Presenters who participate in live TRB webinars that offer PDH certificates
- All presenters must read and sign the Presenter Quality Commitment Form before the live webinar.
Company branding and logos may not be used on PowerPoint Presentation slides for the entire webinar. But presenters and moderators may
email the TRB staff facilitating the webinar with a logo to be displayed in approved areas. The logo limitations include the TRB,
state, and federal agency logos. However, company or agency names may be mentioned in text on slides.
TRB Senior Program Officers or webinar requesters who organize live TRB webinars
- Webinar suggestion forms may be submitted at
any time. Please note that the form is hosted on Google Forms, a website that is not operated by NAS. NAS is not
responsible for content or operation of Google Forms's website and if you wish to complete a form you will be subject
Forms received by March 15 of each year will be scheduled from July to December of the same year. Forms received by
October 15 will be scheduled from January to June of the following year.
- For webinars addressing transformational technology, resilience, and public health and transportation, these webinars may be scheduled at any time throughout the year.
Webinars must include a learning objective. The learning objective must state what outcomes an attendee would receive if
he or she attended the webinar. TRB has provided guidance on writing learning objectives for webinar requesters.
- The webinar requester and presenters are responsible for ensuring that the presenter PowerPoint presentation slides match the listed webinar learning objectives and course outline.