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National Transit Institute opens Request for Presenters for training workshop

Posted on May 1, 2018

The National Transit Institute (NTI) is now accepting presentation proposals for those wishing to facilitate a training session at the 2018 Transit Trainers’ Workshop (TTW) to be held in Seattle Nov. 11 to 13. TTW is the only national event focused on training in the transit industry.

Attendees at TTW participate in the valuable and informative sessions, but also have the opportunity to distinguish themselves and gain recognition for their agency by providing transit industry information, best practices, and other resources to colleagues from around the country by being presenters. To submit a presentation proposal, complete and submit the Proposal Form and mail, email, or fax it to NTI no later than June 1, 2018. NTI is requesting proposals for all day, half day, three-hour and 90 minute sessions.

NTI’s Transit Trainers’ Workshop is the premiere training event transit professionals involved in human resources, operations, maintenance, and safety training from across the country and internationally. The popular event provides attendees with a wealth of professional development opportunities, facilitates the sharing of training resources in the industry and enables peer-to-peer networking. TTW draws over 200 transit professionals.

The National Transit Institute was created by Congress in 1991 by the Intermodal Surface Transportation Efficiency Act. NTI continues to be authorized under the FAST Act; Fixing America’s Surface Transportation. Funding is provided by the Federal Transit Administration to develop, promote, and deliver training and education programs for the public transit industry. NTI’s mission is to provide training and educational resources in support of public transportation and quality of life in the U.S.

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