News and Events

Training and Apprenticeships to Address Transit Workforce Gaps

Posted August 2019

It is well known that public transit in the United States faces a workforce skills crisis. A lot of attention-properly-goes to training for skilled craft positions, like bus mechanics.

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SEPTA Completes Troubleshooting Course Pilot

Posted August 2019

August 15, SEPTA piloted course 303: Troubleshooting and Repair of Train Stops. This was the first troubleshooting course to be piloted by the consortium.

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Plenary Speaker Spotlight: Larry Willis

Posted August 2019

Larry Willis is the President of the Transportation Trades Department, AFL-CIO, a labor organization consisting of 32 unions that together represent workers in all areas of transportation.

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Center Featured as Case Study of Competency Models in Action

Posted August 2019

This week, the United States Department of Labor’s Employment and Training Administration again featured the Transportation Learning Center’s work as a “Model in Action” on ETA’s CareerOneStop Competency Model Clearinghouse.

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John Schiavone Speaks About Apprenticeship at Keynote Address of Small Urban Network Conference

Posted August 2019

The Community Transportation Association of America (CTAA) held its Small Urban Network (SUN) Conference August 7-9 in Athens, GA. Despite its size, Athens boasts among the highest per capita transit usage rates in the nation.

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Events

Making Connections 2019

Posted May 2019

Join industry leaders, experts, and partners from workforce development and education to exchange ideas, share successes and learn about emerging best practices for public transportation and transportation workforce development.


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