Basic Aggregates Online Renewal

If you have previously held a CTTP certification in Basic Aggregates, your certification can be renewed by completing the online Basic Aggregates Certification Renewal course. Note that this option is only available to those who have previously attended the standard 2-1/2 day Basic Aggregates course and successfully completed the written and performance exams.

To get started, request a CTTP account. Our login process changed on July 1, 2019 so even if you previously had an account, you will need a new one. After we process your account request, you will receive an email from Microsoft inviting you to join the University of Arkansas organization. If you already have a Microsoft Account associated with the provided email address, you can use it to log in to the ‘Campus Login’ within Blackboard Learn. If not, follow the prompts to create an account. ARDOT employees should use their ARDOT credentials to log in.

The Basic Aggregates Certification Renewal course consists of 10 modules and a Final Quiz. Each module covers an individual test method and includes a knowledge check (practice questions). In order to renew your Basic Aggregates certification, you must:

    • Log in to the Basic Aggregate Online Renewal course
    • View all 10 modules
    • Complete the knowledge check at the end of each module with a minimum score of 70%
    • Achieve a score of at least 80% on the Final Quiz (the Final Quiz will be unlocked after the 10 modules have been completed)

There is no fee for the online course. Upon successful completion, an updated pocket card will be mailed to the technician at no charge. Pocket cards will be mailed to the company address on file unless otherwise requested.

Basic Aggregates certification is a required pre-requisite for other CTTP certifications, including Concrete Field Testing, Hot Mix Asphalt, Soils, and Concrete Strength. If your Basic Aggregates certification lapses, then these certifications will be revoked until the Basic Aggregates certification is restored. If you did not renew prior to the Dec. 31, 2017 deadline, you may still complete the online renewal, and will receive an expiration date of Dec. 31, 2022. Technicians completing the standard 2-1/2 day course after January 1, 2018 will receive a 5-year certification.

*The login process changed on July 1, 2019. Access after this date requires a new account.