News and Updates

Center’s Senior Director for Workforce Education Serves as Panelist on Webinar

Posted June 2020

On June 2, Pat Greenfield, the Center’s Senior Director for Workforce Education, was one of three panelists on a webinar sponsored by the Delaware Valley Regional Transit Commission, “Addressing Turnover and Turmoil in the Transit Industry”. The webinar highlighted and discussed a variety of challenges within the transit industry, from pipeline development to hiring practices to developing the right partnerships.

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As the first step in a larger study on the challenges facing…

Posted May 2020

As the first step in a larger study on the challenges facing the critical infrastructure workforce and the risks to national security posed by a lack of skilled workers, the National Infrastructure Advisory Council (NIAC) conducted a panel discussion on May 21st with subject matter experts and sector representatives from water, electricity and transportation to introduce workforce challenges, identify potential issues, and ask key questions that could be further explored in the study.

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Center’s Interactive Online Materials Support Consortium for Worker Education’s Youth Career Pathway

Posted May 2020

As part of the Transportation Learning Center’s ongoing partnership with the Consortium for Worker Education (CWE) , the Center has contributed materials from its Transit Core Competencies Curriculum (TC3) to support CWE’s work with youth.

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This week’s update includes stories on

Posted May 2020

This week’s update includes webinars and stories on planning for a post-covid economy webinar, how feds must help keep transit running and an economic analysis puts pandemic impact on U.S. transit industry at $48.8 billion.

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Center Holds eLearning Webinar in Partnership with XPan

Posted May 2020

On May 4 th , the Center held an interactive webinar and discussion for its training consortium and committee members on integrating eLearning in transit frontline training. Now more than ever, organizations must develop learning strategies to adapt to and grow with changing times.

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