National Apprenticeship Week Events in the Midwest

All across the country, organizations are hosting events to spread the news about apprenticeships as a way to attract talent and retain valuable employees.

Community College Sponsored Apprenticeships Fill the Talent Pipeline without all the Paperwork

Apprenticeship is a proven talent development strategy that answers the skills gap, builds loyalty, reduces turn-over rates, and helps increase productivity, according to Dr. Rebecca Lake, Dean of Workforce and Economic Development at Harper College. It works particularly well, Lake points out, when an employee who is nearing retirement is assigned as a mentor to an apprentice. The two-to-three-year timeframe of an apprenticeship allows that important knowledge transfer to take place before the older employee is lost to retirement.

Taking the Lead in Supply Chain Talent, Tri-State Region Creates Partnerships to Build Capability

A career in Supply Chain Management can encompass a lot of different jobs. Many people understand that a logistics coordinator works in Supply Chain Management, but not everyone immediately sees that the field includes sales people, truck drivers, and warehouse managers among many other roles. Supply Chain OKI involves business members, government agencies, chambers of commerce, community organizations, port authorities, and educational institutions to build talent capability so employers will have the talent they need to fill positions. Ultimately, the goal is to establish a process for potential employees to gain the skills they need to get good paying jobs with career advancement opportunities.

WEBINAR – Driving Without Gas: How Electric Vehicles are Transforming the Education and Workforce Landscape

As the nation moves to having more vehicles powered by electricity and alternative fuels and away from traditionally petroleum-powered vehicles, exposing students to electric vehicles will help inspire opportunities and desired careers. This is a critical time for students to explore the career pathways associated with these vehicles.

WEBINAR – Providing Accessible Transportation Services: Professional Development Resources for Transportation Providers

Workforce development training is essential to building an accessible transportation environment. Join us for this free webinar to learn more about the availability of training for transportation service providers. Attendees will learn about multiple training topics, providers, and sources, including: university programs, national training and technical assistance programs, consultants, state, regional and national conferences, and transportation agencies.

Hit the Ground Running: Choosing and Navigating a Successful Career Path—A Workshop for Young and New Transportation Professionals

Register Workshop: Sunday, January 08, 2017 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Walter E. Washington Convention Center Washington, DC Sponsored by Young Members Council (YMC); and Subcommittee on Design and Construction Group Young Member This workshop is part of the Transportation Research Board 96th Annual Meeting. This workshop provides a candid examination and discussion of the career […]

WEBINAR – Diversity in the Transportation Industry: Attracting and Engaging Diverse Groups

Hosted by the TRB Education and Training Committee, the National Network for the Transportation Workforce and APTA’s Human Resources Committee.

WORKSHOP – Supply Chain Management and Logistics: How to Develop and Sustain a Successful Program

Supply Chain Management and Logistics is an important career field both in the U.S. and around the world. Participate in two industry tours.

WEBINAR – Transfer the Knowledge Before it Walks Out the Door

As workforce members continue to depart organizations, with them goes a signifi cant amount of critical knowledge that is essential to conducting the public’s business within their former organization. Recommended for organizational management, HR staff, and supervisors.