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    I am currently an Indiana Hazardous Materials Technican. I would like to obtain my Specialist level. Still deciding excatly what field I want to do it in. Probably leaning towards Highway/Intermodal, or Railcar. I am having a hard time finding any info on how to obtain my Specialist certification. There is really no info on the Indiana.gov/dhs site, or any where else when I google for it. Would love some imput and suggestions. Thanks.

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    I took Highway Specialist in Pueblo, CO at the SERTC. Google SERTC Pueblo and you should find it. One of the better places to go for Hazmat training in the US. Pueblo isn't great, but Colorado Springs is close and it's pretty nice. They offer Railcar Spc. as well. Good luck to you.

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    Pueblo, Co. Is a great course. You can also check out teex.org

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