The purpose of this document is to provide technical instructors with resources to deliver a course in Tools and Material Handling that meets the requirements of the Transit Elevator-Escalator Maintenance Training Standards. The curriculum includes general summary information, lists of recommended courseware and supporting material, an overall course outline with an estimated instructional time breakdown by module, and outlines, objectives and lesson plans for each module.
Matrix of training materials available to members of the National Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committee (NJATC) through other Committee members and from third-party resources. This document refers to JOB FUNCTION 1: FUNDAMENTAL SKILLS of the Center developed, Department of Labor Apprenticeship Framework for Bus Maintenance.
Course 110, Introduction and Overview to Rail Vehicle Communication Systems, is a three-module course that provides participants with an overview to the principles of operation to communication systems and major components as they prepare to work on those systems in a transit rail maintenance facility.
This course helps the participant review major safety concerns and safety standards, cover the federal agencies that regulate health and safety for traction power, and identify the common tools used by traction power maintainers.
Course TP200, Preparing for Inspection and Maintenance of Traction Power Systems, introduces the participant to the procedures, tools and techniques that traction power maintainers need to know as they prepare to inspect and maintain the aspects of a traction power system.