07, 2014 ~ Sea-Tac|
This two day conference is intended to attract transit trainers to be participants to see different training programs from our respective transit agencies showcased. There will be 10 workshops during the two days where transit agency trainers will showcase their best training program.
NEW! You will receive a commemorative Trainer's Showcase t-shirt for attending this year's event! Please look for the email confirmation you will be sent to select your size and provide us with your attendance at meals. All meals are included in your registration fee.
|May 27, 2014 ~ Olympia|
This session highlights the power of individual influence and how to harness responsibility at every level of the organization. Participants will be offered an array of tools to leverage positive change, become rapid problem solvers, and how to alleviate the barriers to high morale. This highly interactive session will enhance decision-making and skilled communication regardless of position or authority. Live scenarios will challenge each participant to leverage the innate skills they already possess. While leadership is difficult, exercising influence without authority takes real courage and finesse. Leadership at Every Level will refresh our responsibility to each other while creating the energy to drive lasting change. This session is a guaranteed boost for any team or individual desiring new direction and a refreshed sense of mission!
13, 2014 ~ Everett|
This course is designed to assist new and veteran front line supervisors to effectively implement their human resource management responsibilities. The fundamentals and regulatory responsibilities of supervision will be addressed, as well as day-to-day operations
|June 18, 2014 ~ Olympia|
A well-functioning team not only produces more results for the organization but is a great motivator for the employees. Supervisors and managers who possess the skill of building teams achieve their goals and objectives. This workshop provides the knowledge and skills for supervisors and managers to create a work environment where employees work together to reach common goals.
18, 2014 ~ Everett|
Participants will receive the necessary information to develop a System Security Plan and implement the program. They will be shown how to use resources to reduce crime and improve customer and employee security. This course provides participants with a uniform format for developing and implementing security policies and procedures through a System Security Plan with crime prevention as the major component. Included are basic security terms, the eight steps in threat and vulnerability identification, and resolution process. The course addresses security in all stages of the system lifecycle, agency policies and procedures, managing special security issues, and various types of transit security staffing.