Key workforce development gaps identified through research on ten, in-demand/hard-to-fill occupations in the transit industry in Los Angeles County, California.
A brief overview of Workforce Initiative Now-Los Angeles and in-depth analysis of occupations within the initiative’s career pathways and corresponding postsecondary educating and training programs in Los Angeles County, California.
A competency model to guide workforce development activities for transit, heavy vehicle maintenance occupations and the individuals who work in them. This model serves as a resource for: (1) Individuals / students, (2) Educators / trainers, (3) Employers /HR, and (4) Assessment professionals.
A detailed overview and look at the vitality and economic-mobility-potential of transit and ground transportation industries in Los Angeles and Orange Counties, California.
Transportation and Warehousing Workforce Development Framework for Action: Los Angeles and Orange Counties, CA July, 2017
A framework for action to guide postsecondary workforce development strategies and actions for middle-skill occupations in the transportation and warehousing industry in Los Angeles and Orange counties, California.
A one-page snapshot of the Transportation Workforce Institute, including our mission, an overview, statement of the need, key strategies, and immediate priorities.
This landscape of rail education and training providers in the U.S. (and in some cases other countries) includes:
(1) the name of the college, university, and/or organization; (2) the state it is located in (if applicable); (3) type of program it offers (certificate, degree, training, other); (4) program name(s); (5) program description; (6) organization and program URLs; and (7) contact information.
This national landscape of U.S. transportation Centers and Institutes includes:
(1) the name of the institute; (2) it’s sponsoring organization (if applicable); (3) information on its type in terms of a “Collaborative” comprised of multiple organizations, an “Education”, “Research”, and/or “Workforce Development”-focused; (4) its mission; (5) year established; (6) its geographic focus (if applicable or known); (7) if it is an official University Transportation Center (UTC), (8) its primary focus; (9) its degree level (if an Education type organization); (10) contact information; (11) information on publications and/or conferences it produces, (12) and other miscellaneous information and notes.