Tue, Feb 21|
Rail Consortiums: A Collaborative Approach to Maintenance Training
One of our goals is to further improve public transportation by supporting agencies, unions and OEMs. International Transportation Learning Center (ITLC) will join us to discuss some frequent industry challenges like maintenance backlogs, skill gaps, training new hires and applying new technologies
Time & Location
Feb 21, 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. EST
About the event
In this ocassion, TRACCS is partnering with International Transportation Learning Center (ITLC) to discuss a collaborative approach to Maintenance Training.
Our collective goals are to further improve public transportation by supporting agencies, unions and OEMs.
The International Transportation Learning Center is a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving public transportation b labor-management training partnerships that improve organizational performance, expany building workforce knowledge, skills and abilities, and promoting career advancement.
Join us in welcoming Amri Joyner (Traction Power Consortium lead) and Julie Deibel-Pundt (Program Director, Instructional Design) in a presentation on industry challenges regarding maintenance. They will be joined by Tim Tarrant, Vice President of Commuter/Passenger at the Brotherhood of Railroad Signalmen.
National Training Consortiums for Signals, Rail Car, and Traction Power are meeting training challenges by bringing together subject matter experts across the country to share best practices, shape training, and build quality learning content for frontline rail technicians.