CTTC Announces Informative Webinar on Partnership Opportunities for Low-No Applications

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The California Transit Training Consortium (CTTC) is thrilled to unveil an upcoming webinar titled "CTTC Partnership Opportunities for Low-No Applications." This pivotal online event is set for March 22, 2024, at 10:00 AM Pacific Time (US and Canada), focusing on the collaborative ventures within the sphere of low or no emission (Low-No) transit applications, especially underlining workforce development and the transition towards zero-emission buses.

Event Details:

Title: CTTC Partnership Opportunities for Low-No Applications

Date: March 22, 2024

Time: 10:00 AM Pacific Time (US and Canada)

Location: Online (Access details provided upon registration)

Registration: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_aUqvmnqDSryDc_iWx6Ox8g

About the Webinar:

The session aims to guide attendees through the workforce development prerequisites of Low-No Grant Applications, emphasizing how CTTC can augment your training needs for an effective shift to zero-emission buses. The webinar is especially timely, considering the latest announcement of the combined Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) for FY24 that incorporates both Low-No and the Buses and Bus Facilities Competitive Programs. Participants will gain essential insights into optimizing their applications and nurturing enduring partnerships for sustainable transit solutions.

Featured Speakers:

Maggie Pears, Executive Director – CTTC: Maggie Pears brings a rich background of innovation and a deep understanding of industry needs from her tenure at the Center for Transportation and the Environment. She will outline the strategic partnership opportunities with CTTC, focusing on workforce development in the zero-emission bus (ZEB) sector.

Wendy Morgan, Director of Grants – CTE: With a vast experience in public-sector funding, Wendy Morgan will delve into the specifics of eligible activities under the Low-No program, including FTA priority considerations and integrating workforce development into a zero-emission transition plan.

Rashidi Barnes, Board Member – CTTC & CEO – Eastern Contra Costa Transit Authority (Tri Delta Transit): Drawing on extensive experience in transit operations and innovation, Rashidi Barnes will discuss the practicalities of meeting workforce training requirements, highlighting CTTC's comprehensive services to support effective Low-No grant applications.

Registration:

To take part in this insightful webinar and discover how CTTC can facilitate your agency's transition to a cleaner, more sustainable public transportation future, please register at [Insert Registration Link Here]. As spaces are limited, early registration is advised.

Contact Information:

For more details, please contact:

Maggie Pears

maggie.pears@scrttc.com

This webinar presents a prime opportunity to explore how strategic partnerships and innovative training solutions offered by CTTC can empower your agency's journey towards environmental stewardship in public transportation.

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CTTC has been at the forefront of transit training for over 20 years, continually expanding its zero-emission training offerings to meet the evolving needs of the California transit workforce. Committed to aiding transit agencies, CTTC provides a plethora of services, including on-site course delivery, curriculum development, apprenticeship programs, and equipment procurement.

Contact Details

CTTC

Maggie Pears

+1 310-694-3969

maggie.pears@scrttc.com

Media contact

press@scrttc.com

Company Website

https://scrttc.com

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