Overview Anyone can benefit from professional and job skills development, and so do their employers. The Kansas Roads Scholar Program is designed to do just that -- for employees of public works agencies in local governments. The program enhances skills and knowledge of equipment operators as well as those who supervise others or aspire to management in public works operations.
Training is provided by Kansas Local Technical Assistance Program (LTAP) and the Kansas Association of Counties (KAC).
For more information about and to register for the Roads Scholar Program, clickhere.
Tuition Reimbursement: Is your county a member of the Kansas County Association Multiline Pool (KCAMP)? If so, you may be eligible for partial tuition reimbursement for KAC’s Effective Supervisory Skills and/or Kansas Roads Scholar Program classes (a program of KCHA and APWA-KS). Contact David Luke at the KCAMP office at 785-267-2373 for details, or go to www.kcamp.org.