Saddleback Now a Member of the Southern California Regional Transit Training Consortium

Clifford Meyer and Raj Dhillon

Saddleback College is the most recent member of the Southern California Regional Transit Training Consortium (SCRTTC), a nonprofit dedicated to providing a training resource network focused on employment in the transit industry. The consortium is made up of 31 transportation agencies, community colleges, and universities.

Clifford G. Meyer, Department Chair of the Automotive Technology Program, vigorously pursued this partnership with the organization, which provides training for instructors as well as a gateway for students to find jobs in the industry.

The Automotive Technology Program provides students the opportunity to earn certificates in four specialties: Automotive Chassis Specialist, Automotive Engine Service Specialist, Automotive Engine Performance Specialist, and General Automotive Technician. Instructors will now be able to work with industry partners to keep these programs up-to-date and to keep adding new programs, as the demand for transit workers increases.

For more information on SC’s Automotive Technology programs, visit www.saddleback.edu/atas/automotive_technology. For further information about the SCRTTC, visit www.scrttc.com.

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