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Customized Transit Training

 
CTED provides onsite professional development seminars and workshops for transit organizations, state Departments of Transportation, as well as nonprofit and for-profit organizations throughout the U.S. All CTED workshops can be customized to your specifications and presented at your location. To learn more contact Ken Woodall at 414-227-3332 or email woodall@uwm.edu.

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All workshops listed on this site are available for customized training. We work with your agency to develop a program that meets your specific transit needs.

"The CTED staff was so easy to work with to schedule Passenger Assistance Training courses right here in Iowa. Their instructors did an exemplary job in training our staff to conduct training at the local level."

-- Donna L. Johnson, Program Manager,
Iowa D.O.T., Office of Public Transit
(2005 Passenger Assistance Training)

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For more information, contact:
Ken Woodall, Outreach Specialist, woodall@uwm.edu, 414-227-3332
 

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RTAP Scholarships
Wisconsin Residents Only
Your RTAP (Rural Transportation Assistance Program) administrator may provide scholarships for our courses!

For more scholarship information, contact Steve Hirshfeld at stephen.hirshfeld@dot.wi.gov or 608-267-0209. Your agency may qualify for RTAP scholarships!

RECEIVE A $100 DISCOUNT!
Plan ahead and pay less!
Take advantage of this savings. You can deduct $100 from the original price when we receive your payment 20 business days prior to the date of any of our professional transit training workshops.
Call us today at 414-227-3332!


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