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Time is Running Out for In-Person VECAT MCS Classes

The 2022 paving season is right around the corner, do you have your credentials? If not, the Virginia Education Center for Asphalt Technology offers...

VECAT MCS Classes Are Starting in January

Finally, the Virginia Education Center for Asphalt Technology (VECAT) returns to the classroom in January 2022. Learning from the pilot classes held in September...

VAA and GCC Hold In-Person Hybrid VECAT Classes

After nearly an 18-month absence due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Virginia Education Center for Asphalt Technology hosted two in-person MCS credentialing classes! First,...

There’s Still Time To Register! In-Person Hybrid VECAT Classes Held in...

After nearly an 18 month absence due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Virginia Education Center for Asphalt Technology (VECAT) will be hosting hybrid MCS...

In-Person VECAT Classes Planned for Fall 2021

After nearly an 18-month absence due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Virginia Education Center for Asphalt Technology will be hosting hybrid MCS credentialing classes in...

MCS Credentials Extended to January 31, 2022

Don't forget that Virginia Department of Transportation’s training section has again extended the date for those individuals whose credentials expired in 2019 and 2020,...

Did You Use Fast Forward Funds to Pay for Credentialing Classes?...

Several years ago, Governor McAuliffe signed a bill to provide funding for individuals seeking a professional credential. This program, known as Fast Forward, would...

Office hours concluded in April

Recognizing the inability to hold in-person VECAT classes in the Winter and Spring of 2021 due to COVID restrictions, VAA and GCC staff worked...

VECAT now offers students national specifications manuals

VDOT, like many other departments of transportation, create specifications explicit to their state. However, most start from the basis of an AASHTO or ASTM...

President’s Message: Looking out the windshield

Many years ago, I heard a talk by a presenter who compared a windshield's size to a rearview mirror's size. Stop and think about it...
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