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Florida Commuter Choice Certificate Program

General Overview

The Florida Commuter Choice Certificate Program (FCCCP) provides the most comprehensive training program for transportation professionals involved in managing demand for our transportation systems.  The FCCCP program covers six cluster areas, Commuter Choice Tools, Commuter Choice Techniques, Commuter Choice Planning, Commuter Choice Applied Marketing, Commuter Choice Program Management and Commuter Choice Public Policy. Each cluster consists of individual topic modules taught by a topic expert.  For a listing of the courses and description of the program, please view our brochure in pdf | brochure in HTML

This noncredit certificate program is designed to help you develop in-depth knowledge and skills in a professional field in relatively short time. You will:

  • Earn a certificate indicating completion of a comprehensive course of study that may be used a professional credential.
  • Learn from experienced instructors who bring extensive professional expertise and practical job knowledge to the classroom.
  • Acquire skills and knowledge in a flexible schedule and format designed for adult learners.
  • Explore important issues and network with other professionals.
  • Learn interactively and discover opportunities in the profession.

The certificate program is offered by the Center for Urban Transportation Research (CUTR), through Professional Workforce and Development, a unit of the University of South Florida's Continuing Education division, and is sponsored by the Florida Department of Transportation.  The noncredit certificate is awarded to participants who complete modules in the two core clusters and elective modules from the other four clusters within a two-year period. A total of 80 (or 8 CEUs) hours are required for certification. Participation does not require a college degree. Non-certificate participants are also welcome and may enroll in individual modules of interest or modules that meet their Continuing Education Units (CEUs) requirements.

USF's noncredit programs for professional development reflect USF Continuing Education's mission to connect community and university resources in promoting lifelong learning.

Who Should Enroll

  • Commuter Assistance Program staff, Transportation Management Association staff, TMA board members, and consultants.  
  • Transportation officials from transit agencies, FDOT, MPOs and other transportation organizations.
  • Other practitioners in related fields such as human resources, planning, architecture, engineering, law, accounting, etc.

You can register for the workshops online and/or be added to our mailing list for future course announcements.

2007 Calendar

  • March 13-15 - Commuter Choice Toolbox (Core 1), 24 hours
  • August 15-17 - Commuter Choice Techniques (Core 2) / Federal Congestion Initiatives
  • December 5 - Media Relations
  • Date TBD - Employer Outreach Training

Additional workshops will be listed as information becomes available.


Workshop Registration Form


Center for Urban Transportation Research · University of South Florida · 4202 E. Fowler Ave., CUT 100
· Tampa, FL 33620-5375
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