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WEST

Steve Albert
Montana State University
stevea@coe.montana.edu
(406) 994-6114
http://wrtwc.org

NORTHEAST

Glenn McRae
University of Vermont
glenn.mcrae@uvm.edu
(802) 656-1317
http://netwc.net

SOUTHWEST

Tom O'Brien
California State University, Long Beach
thomas.obrien@csulb.edu
(562) 985-2875
http://swtwc.org

MIDWEST

Teresa M. Adams
University of Wisconsin-Madison
teresa.adams@wisc.edu
(608) 263-3175
http://mtwc.org

SOUTHEAST

Stephanie S. Ivey
The University of Memphis
ssalyers@memphis.edu
(901) 678-3286
http://memphis.edu/setwc

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The Impact of Disruptive/Transformational Technologies in Transportation on the Workplace and Workforce

The Impact of Disruptive/Transformational Technologies in Transportation on the Workplace and Workforce - The pressures of technological advancement within the personal and freight mobility spaces present employers and workforce development practitioners with the challenge of adapting worker skillsets to have the competencies necessary to be effective in a dynamic workplace. To address this challenge, the Federal Highway Administration Center for Transportation Workforce Development funded an initiative to identify the education, curriculum, training, and experiential learning required for post-secondary institutions to effectively deliver skilled and technically competent transportation workers for the next 15 years. Known as the National Transportation Career Pathways Initiative, this effort brings together academic and industry leadership to identify future workforce needs and how education and training at the technical school, community college, and university levels can be best designed to address those for the long term.

Continue Reading Advanced Technologies and the Impact on Transportation Industries: A Workforce Conversation

Advanced Technologies and the Impact on Transportation Industries: A Workforce Conversation - As technologies advance and are steadily incorporated into the operations of transportation industries, workforce needs evolve at increasingly progressive rates across all levels. Technological impacts are widespread and create internal and external demands on both public and private sector agencies, businesses, and institutions. This webinar’s objective is to identify the impact advanced technologies have on the transportation industry. Presenters will examine the overall industry story- how services, customer relations, and employee needs are influenced. They will speak to current trends, best practices, and skill gaps that must be filled with up-to-date trainings and planning of potentially new certifications.

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About the NNTW

FHWA established five Regional Transportation Workforce Centers that work together to provide a more strategic and efficient approach to transportation workforce development. The Centers act together to facilitate national partnerships with key public and private organizations throughout the transportation, education, labor and workforce investment communities to identify and promote effective transportation workforce activities and programs.

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Regional Workforce Centers

West Region Transportation Workforce Center Southeast Transportation Workforce Center Midwest Transportation Workforce Center Northeast Transportation Workforce Center at the Vermont Transportation Research Center Southwest Transportation Workforce Center
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