Discussion Items for Breakout Session 1 List the challenging positions What's the challenge Recruitment – why? Retention – why? Training / Skill level – why? Who sees the train coming? Who is proactive? What are you doing? Group work Lead to discuss post-breakout
BC Transit Fleet Maintenance Training Maintenance Staff Workshop (yearly) Maintenance Managers Workshop (yearly) Formal training – BC Transit Fleet Inspector Trainer Voith Certified On-site training – BC Transit Fleet Inspectors during inspection
Industry Leadership and Strategic Input Outreach and Engagement
50% Continuation Rate Apprentice Training Today – Training Plan 6000 hours Worksite 8 weeks Level 4 Worksite 6 weeks Level 3 Worksite 6 weeks Level 2 Worksite 6 weeks Level 1 Worksite 36 weeks Mod 1 Proposed Training Plan 6000 hours Worksite 4 weeks Level 4 Worksite 6 weeks Level 3 Worksite 8 weeks Level 2 Worksite 10 weeks Level 1 Worksite 36 weeks Mod 1
transCDA Proposed New Program Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Commercial Transport, Heavy Duty, Diesel Engine, Tractor Trailer Commercial Transport, Heavy Duty, Diesel Engine Commercial Transport, Heavy Duty Commercial Transport or Heavy Duty FOUNDATION
Discussion Items for Breakout Session 2 What are your solutions? How do we do this (what’s stopping us)? What can BC Transit do to help? Group work Lead to discuss post-breakout
(Next Steps) Enterprise Maintenance Apprentice Program Finding the right institutional partners with transCDA: best fit with training institutions – program offerings location (North, Okanagan, Vancouver Island, Lower Mainland) Newer equipment training aids Needs assessment: determine how many apprentices BC Transit and Partners should employ (estimate 25) with local partners retention strategy transCDA: continue to increase participation at the program development level
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