Course overview:This is the ninth course in the Math Basics Series for Highway Technicians, which has been designed to provide you with all of the basic math concepts youll need on the job. This course reviews area, or the amount of space something takes up on a surface. It also covers the various equations needed to measure the area of a particular object.
There are 11 modules that make up this serieseach of which explains an introductory math concept in a quick, interactive micro-learning experience. These modules do occasionally reference one another and build upon previously explained math concepts. If youre unsure of any concepts explained in these modules, you can always go back and take previous modules. Its recommended that you start from the beginning and take all the modules in order; however, you are also welcome to take just one (or several) modules that are applicable to your training needs. The other topics are as follows:
Order of Operations (TC3ED009-17-T1);
Unit Conversions (TC3ED014-17-T1);
Volume (TC3ED017-17-T1); and
Training level:This training is recommended for the Transportation Curriculum Coordination Council levels I and II.
Target audience:This course is for any individual who would like a basic technical math refresher, or an introduction to construction math in a transportation setting, including inspectors and technicians.
Learning outcomes:Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:
Calculate the area of example construction scenarios.