Engineer Asphalt Essentials


Join the Texas Asphalt Pavement Association for a series of virtual, interactive workshops designed to deliver essential yet practical information to personnel working at every level on asphalt pavement projects, from design to construction. Contact Jim Warren, Director of Engineering and Technology at TXAPA, at (512) 312-5043 or

The Engineer Asphalt Essentials Education Program is recommended for TxDOT Area District, Design, Project, Maintenance Engineers, and CE&I Firms. Participants will better understand how to specify, design, construct, and maintain quality, longer-lasting asphalt pavements. These courses will be blended learning with both live lectures and LMS.

ATTENTION: This is not a certification course from HMAC. This is a continuing education course. This course grants 18 PH credits.

2024 Course Schedule

Each class will be held throughout six sessions, from 9 AM - 12 PM CST, twice weekly for three weeks. Click the class title to register.

TXAPA Asphalt Education Series FAQ:

Who Should Enroll?

We encourage all interested participants to enroll in multiple courses for a well-rounded education in asphalt pavements.

Where are Workshops Held?

Classes are held virtually and in our online learning environment.

What is the Time Commitment?

Each course will be six sessions, held twice weekly for three weeks. Additional time is required for at-home assignments.

How Much Does the Program Cost?

Fees will be determined on a program-to-program basis and will be listed on the registration website.

What You Can Expect

  • Courses are designed with the participant in mind, focusing on interactive and experiential learning. We promise to use PowerPoint responsibly!
  • These courses will deliver the highest quality education available in the Asphalt Industry.
  • Online lectures will be tied to an online resource where participants can access course materials and additional course content; it’s a one-stop experience for everything asphalt in Texas.
  • Each participant will take away what they need to know to do their job safely, more efficiently, and more effectively