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Signing 201

  • Nov 14, 2018 (9:00 - 4:00 pm CT; 8:00 - 3:00 pm MT)
    Morton County Highway Dept., 2916 37th St NW, Bldg A, Door 3, Mandan ND

Please print and post the Signing 201 training poster (PDF, 216K) at your location and encourage participation.



All participants will be invoiced a $50.00 registration fee by the NDLTAP after the training session.


Our Signing 101 class just got better! Starting with the basics of Signing 101, we have expanded on the educational material to include:

  • Sign ordering
  • Sign inventory systems
  • Tips from a pro
  • Group design layout worksheets
  • A sign truck virtual segment

This training is perfect for new county, township or city sign personnel. This training is a great refresher of seasoned sign crew members. Township officers, city staff, county commissioners, road superintendents and others in supervisory roles will also benefit from the information exchange.


Becky Jansen. Becky has worked at Newman Signs, Inc. for 25 years. She spent her first years at Newman Signs, Inc. working in the shop; working her way to supervisor then finally to the assistant shop manager. She is currently the sales manager since 2009.

Jason Berquist. Jason has worked for Burleigh County Highway Department for 3 years, 2 years as a Traffic Control Supervisor. His past experience includes one year with American Fence and Fad doing traffic control and 4 years working with Traffic Safety Services.

Kevin Berg has been with 3D Specialties Inc since 2002. He works with county, city and state DOT’s with the sales of traffic control supplies and with the installation of sign systems. He has been instrumental in converting SD and ND from U-Channel/wood posts to Telespar Square Perforated sign post systems.

Dale Heglund. NDLTAP Program Director. Forty years of transportation experience ranging from equipment operator to design engineer. Career focus has been to promote a quality roadway network by helping others understand roadway engineering principles, the synergies of working cooperatively with others, leadership skills, and new technology implementation processes.

Dave Roddy. The AcquiSIGN Road Management Program allows users to manage signs in the field using an iPad as well as in the office through the web based application. In addition to being able to mark signs that require immediate attention (red flag), a history record is created every time a sign panel is added or edited.

Target Audience

Township officers, city street departments, county commissioners, road superintendents, signing personnel and others in supervisory roles.

More Info

The above resource and more can be accessed by visiting the TLN Learning Management System (LMS).

515 ½ E BroadwaySuite 101Bismarck, ND 58501