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Registration now open for NTI's Transit Trainers' Workshop 2018

Posted on August 3, 2018

Registration is now open for NTI’s Transit Trainers’ Workshop, the only national event focused on training in the transit industry, which will be held Nov. 11 to 13 in Seattle.

Over 200 transit professionals involved in human resources, operations, maintenance, and safety training attend the workshop, held every 18 months. The program includes a variety of training and networking opportunities, with sessions facilitated by transit professionals, university faculty and staff, and consultants. The goal of the workshop is to offer skills, strategies and techniques that will build the professionalism of transit trainers, enable trainers to become proactive partners in their organizations, and facilitate the sharing of information and resources in the industry. Participants select the sessions they want to attend based on their personal learning objectives.

Transit Trainers’ Workshop sessions provide participants with high quality training and valuable information. Session formats include: Full Day Pre-Workshop Seminars, Three-Hour Concurrent Training Sessions, and 90-Minute Concurrent Training Sessions. The workshop program includes a variety of training and networking formats covering a wide array of topics. Sessions are facilitated by transit professionals, university faculty and staff, and training consultants.

The registration fee is $375 on or before Oct, 1, 2018; and $415 after October 1.

Download the registration brochure and register today.

If you have any questions, contact NTI.

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