CBC offers the Evergreen Flagger Training Certification program, which is the most recognized course for flagger training for Washington state. This flagger card is accepted in Oregon and Idaho as well. The handbook and instructor's manual are constantly updated and contain all the timely information and requirements.
This is the premier flagger training course offered in Washington state. It is offered by Evergreen-certified instructors through CBC.
This program is approved by the Washington State Traffic Control Oversight Committee (membership includes Departments of Transportation, Labor and Industries, and Board for Colleges, business, and labor). Certified instructors are authorized to issue the Washington State Flagger Certification card recognized in Washington, Oregon, and Idaho.
Flaggers working on WSDOT construction projects are required to have the Washington State Flagger Certification card, which is approved for distribution through this program.
This program meets Department of Labor & Industries requirements for WAC 296-155-305, "Flagger Training Requirements" for Washington state.
This is a one-day class in which a Washington State Certified Flagging card will be issued upon successful completion of the class and test. CBC does not refer positions. Students must be 18 or older. Classes are held at the Pasco campus in the Center for Career & Technical Education, room CCTE 119E, from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The cost for this class is $60 (non-refundable). Pre-registration and payment are required and students must bring their payment receipt to class. Pre-registration and payment is due before or by 12:00 p.m./noon the Friday before the class date, depending on space availability, not the day of the class.
To enroll in the Traffic Control/Flagger class, please complete and submit the registration form.
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