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“Not the Usual Suspects” - A Workshop for Our Time

Posted December 2017

The transit workforce faces a crisis and the data could not be clearer. The transit workforce is much older than the US workforce as a whole, so retirements are hitting hard.

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Expert Panel Provides Best Practices for Developing Training for New Technologies

Posted December 2017

We are all familiar with scenarios where, even though training should be a top priority; it is in fact the last priority of an organization. This culture, unfortunately, is even more apparent when implementing new technologies.

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The Center is Looking for an Instructional Design Intern to Join its Team

Posted December 2017

The Transportation Learning Center is looking for a detail-oriented, self-directed individual who will assist Instructional Systems Designers with general instruction design tasks including editing documents, creating PowerPoint presentations from templates, updating web and social media sites, and similar tasks. Video editing skills a huge plus!

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DOL Approves TLC Revision to Signals Maintainer as an Apprenticeable Occupation

Posted December 2017

On November 3, 2017 the Department of Labor approved the Center’s revisions to the Work Process Schedule and Related Instructions Outline for Signals Maintainer as an apprenticeable occupation.

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Transit Core Competencies Curriculum Moves Forward at Making Connections Conference

Posted November 2017

One of the workshops held during the Center’s October 26, Making Connections conference, “The Next Generation: Career Ladders and Pathways into the Public Transportation Workforce,” engaged participants in a discussion of the Center’s Transit Core Competencies Curriculum (TC3).

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