Tribal Transit Drug & Alcohol Training
Tribal Transit Drug and Alcohol Training September 14-16, 2016 Artesian Hotel, Sulphur, Oklahoma
If you have ever asked yourself:
- Is our Tribal Transit Drug and Alcohol Program truly in compliance?
- Does our policy need updating? Does transit need a separate policy from the tribal policy?
- How do I check for the “randomness” of random testing?
- How do other tribal program managers manage their programs?
- As the program manager, can I conduct the required employee and supervisor training?
Then you and your staff will want to attend this training designed for Tribal Transit Drug and Alcohol programs.
COST: To participate it is $189 per person. This program may qualify for RTAP reimbursement. Check with your state DOT for their requirements. If you would like help completing forms, please contact Kristen, email@example.com.
HOTEL INFORMATION: Reserve your room early to get the group rate ($89/night) by calling (855) 455-5255. The group code is SWTA16.
Hosted By: Chickasaw Transit and the Chickasaw Nation
2016 CASTA/CDOT Fall Conference and EXPO
SWTA Safety Workshop
SWTA’s Safety Workshop is a part of the CASTA State meeting. Please register through CASTA for this 2-Day workshop.
International Conference on Demand Responsive Transportation
MoMoreTRB is sponsoring the International Conference on Demand Responsive Transportation: Paratransit from Dial-a-Ride to Technology Enabled Services from September 26-28, 2016, in Breckenridge, Colorado. Building on the 2014 International Conference in California, this conference will provide an intimate setting for transportation professionals from around the world to see and hear cutting edge DRT concepts and systems, discuss and debate policy and performance, and make person-to-person connections for future collaboration. Sessions will cover the following areas:
- Service Concepts and Markets
- Technology-Enabled Innovations
- Organizational Development for Service Delivery
- Health Care-Related Transportation
Visit the conference website to register, reserve your hotel room, and view the preliminary program. There is also a Workshop in Denver.
SWTA 2016 Transit Marketing & Spotlight Awards
Come join us for an in-depth workshop sure to sharpen your professional marketing and communication skills. Huddle groups for entry-level and veteran transit professionals.
Audience: Marketing professionals, Public Information Officers, Transit Directors, Customer Service specialists and those who are tasked with telling transit’s story.
Registration: $269 per person
Reserve your room early (no later than September 3rd) to get the group rate ($119/night) by visiting the link above or calling (225) 344-5866 and referencing the “SWTA Transit Marketing Workshop.” This year we will be in Baton Rouge, LA at the Hilton Baton Rouge Capital Center (201 Lafayette St., Baton Rouge, LA 70801).
Introduction to Travel Training Workshop
Join us in Flagstaff for a 3-day workshop with classroom and field instruction. Travel trainers will receive a workbook and access to a collection of useful electronic resources ready to use when they return to work. The workshop consists of ten modules and covers strategies for training on rail systems and in rural communities in addition to the traditional fixed-route bus material. It also covers the role of travel trainers and ADA complementary paratransit service, ADA rights and responsibilities and the process of assessing ongoing progress throughout training. This workshop provides credits toward the certified travel training instructor (ctti) program also offered by Easterseals Project Action Consulting.
For more information on this and other opportunities, visit the ESPA Consulting website at www.ProjectAction.com.