National RTAP eLearning Overview Webinar, 9/2/15
National RTAP's newest product, the National RTAP eLearning portal, or learning management system (LMS), provides access to free online training courses. The purpose of this webinar is to introduce the eLearning system and demonstrate user registration steps and how to access trainings and resources. The demo also shows how managers can set up their organization as a learning team, become Team Admins, add learners, and view transcripts and reports. In addition, the webinar highlights National RTAP's newest training and first online course, Top Shops: Emergency Management in Vehicle Maintenance Facilities.
National RTAP eLearning Webinar: Substance Abuse Awareness Training Overview, 8/31/16
This webinar provides an overview of the National RTAP eLearning learning management system (LMS), as well as the new online Substance Abuse Awareness Training. A demo covers how to register as a learner, set up a team on the LMS, access the courses, and view transcripts and reports. Then a preview of the Substance Abuse Awareness training is provided, along with background about the course, followed by a Q&A. Robbie Sarles, of RLS & Associates, Inc., who originally developed the content for the course with Oregon DOT, was on hand for questions. To register or login to the LMS, go to elearning.nationalrtap.org.
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National RTAP Resources Overview with MTAP, 1/19/16
This webinar, hosted in partnership with AASHTO's Multi-State Technical Assistance Program (MTAP), explains how to best utilize National RTAP's resources and website for your state and subrecipients. Robin Phillips, Executive Director, provides a brief overview of National RTAP web tools and training materials. Denise Tyler (DE), Curtis Sims (SC). and Justin Neidel (OK) talk about their training programs and using RTAP tools and materials to support their sub grantees.
Networking for RTAP Managers: State-Level Driver Training Programs, 5/5/11
This webinar on state-level driver training features advice and best practices from RTAP managers. You’ll hear from states that utilize the resources of their transit association, university transportation center, grantee transit systems and/or consultants to deliver driver training programs. One state shares its experience as the manager of a multi-state train-the-trainer program. Presenters include Bob Sharp (PA); Sarah Lenz (MN); Michael Wright, Jay Goodwill, and Amber Reed (FL); Angie Ham (CO); and Lenny Howard and Sue Knapp (MD).