Register Now for NADTC's New Virtual Course!
NADTC's newest virtual course, Building Skills for Successful Transportation Program Delivery, aims to improve skills needed to develop accessible materials and collect data from surveys and other available tools for your transportation program. You will learn how to use that data to engage the community to improve services ensuring customers' needs are being met.

Each of the four modules is designed for participants to build skills from one session to the next, learning directly from industry leaders who will present examples from the field.

This live course is open to public, private, and non-profit transportation and human services providers, city/county employees and anyone involved in the development of materials and engagement of the community for their transportation programs.
 
Creating Accessible Documents | April 13, 2-3:30 PM ET
Discover how to create accessible documents and learn guidelines for ensuring presentations are accessible to different audiences.

Developing Effective Surveys | April 20, 2-3:30 PM ET
Learn how to design surveys that will result in valuable information for your future transportation planning efforts.

Using Data To Enhance Services | April 27, 2-3:30 PM ET
Identify tools you can use to collect data and learning how to utilize that data to enhance your transportation services.

How to Meet the Needs of Your Community | May 4, 2-3:30 PM ET
Learn practical applications of community engagement and enhanced services through training and awareness.

This live course will be a place for learning and discussion with the speakers, other registered participants, and be given the opportunity to apply the skills you have learned along the way.

Please visit our website to learn more about this new opportunity!
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National Aging and Disability Transportation Center 
 Washington, DC 
contact@nadtc.org | 866.983.3222 
The National Aging and Disability Transportation Center is a program funded by the Federal Transit Administration and administered by Easterseals and the National Association of Area Agencies on Aging (n4a) with guidance from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Community Living.