Mentoring for Transit Mechanics

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​This paper was developed by Keystone Development Partnership and the Transportation Learning Center as a guide for mentor and train the trainer programs.


​According to the Transit Cooperative Research Program Report 77, Managing Transit’s Workforce in the New Millennium, (2002):

The continued lack of availability of skilled mechanics has required a number of agencies to start their own training programs, often in partnership with labor unions.

Literature repeatedly describes training as a recruitment and retention strategy. In many instances, case-study agencies make the most of the “grow our own” philosophy through their training programs.


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