TRB's Transit Cooperative Research Program (TCRP) has released a pre-publication, non-edited version of Research Report 199: Transit Technical Training, Volume 2: Guide to Overcoming Barriers to Implementing Best and Innovative Training. This report provides public transportation agencies with best practices, strategies, and resources to assist with the implementation of effective and innovative training programs and techniques for frontline employees.
TCRP Research Report 199: Transit Technical Training is a two-volume set that presents guidance on technical training programs and the implementation of those for transportation agencies. The report's first volume, Guide to Applying Best Practices and Sharing Resources, documents the best models of technical training programs serving U.S. and international transportation agencies and related industries.
A product of this research also includes a training resource catalog to help transit agencies provide technical training for their employees. Training course information listed includes course descriptions, objectives, target audience, length, cost, training standards, and directions on how to access the course. The training resource catalog is available at https://ntrb.enotrans.org/.
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Table of Contents
|II. Connection to TCRP F-22 Catalog||19-21|
|III. Best Practices for Developing and Tailoring Technical/Frontline Training||22-31|
|IV. Barriers and Best Practices for Delivering Technical/Frontline Training||32-45|
|V. Effective and Innovative Practices for Shared Resource Training Models||46-57|
|Appendix A: Full Training Program/Provider Profiles||58-86|
|Appendix B: Training Needs Assessment and Selection Tool||87-94|
|Appendix C: Shared Training Readiness Checklist||95-97|
|Appendix D: Blended Learning Checklist||98-100|
|Appendix E: Checklist for Adapting Shared Training||101-104|
|Appendix F: Level 1 Training Evaluation Tool||105-112|
|Appendix G: Level 2 Training Evaluation Tool||113-120|
|Appendix H: Level 3 Training Evaluation Tool||121-125|
|Appendix I: Level 4 Training Evaluation Tool||126-130|
|Appendix J: Level 5 Training Evaluation Tool||131-135|
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