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Nominations open for NTI's Achievements in Transit Training Awards

Posted on August 7, 2018

NTI is now accepting nominations for its Achievements in Transit Training Awards, which provide a unique opportunity to acknowledge excellence in transit training.

The purpose of the Achievements in Transit Training Awards is to: identify exemplary transit training initiatives and practice; emphasize the impact of training on agency performance; and increase industry knowledge of outstanding transit training. Employees of U.S. public transit agencies, Departments of Transportation, or other not-for-profit transit organizations are eligible.

The nomination packet provides the criteria, eligibility, and nomination forms for each award (Transit Trainer of the Year, Champions Award, and Model Program Award). Nominations must be submitted to NTI by Friday, Sept. 14, 2018. Electronic submissions are welcome. To download the award nomination packet, click here.  

The Achievements in Transit Training Awards will be presented at NTI’s Transit Trainers’ Workshop in Seattle, on Tuesday, Nov. 13, 2018. Workshop registration fees are waived for individual winners or for one representative from an award winning team.

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