Training programs can be specifically designed by JTM Concepts to meet your organization’s needs. From operator training to vehicle-level maintenance and inspection to bench-level repair and overhaul, JTM’s team of curriculum developers and instructors will assess the needs of your organization to determine your course objectives. JTM will then develop detailed lesson plans, instructor guides, student manuals, and the most effective training aids for the job. Whether the requirement is for new equipment training, rehab programs, or simply periodic refresher training, JTM instructors can go on-site to deliver the most comprehensive course of instruction available.
JTM provides experienced, on-site Training Coordinators to ensure continuity of the training program and facilitate scheduling, resource allocation, and support personnel for each course.
JTM training coordinators conduct an analysis early in the program to establish what systems, equipment, or procedures are new based on the overhaul or new car procurement. JTM will conduct interviews with carbuilders and equipment suppliers along with Authority maintenance personnel, operators, and instructors to determine what tasks and skills will be required to support the new or modified equipment and what training will be necessary.
JTM Training Coordinators provide a liaison between transit authority management, training, shop personnel, and carbuilder/equipment supplier instructors. In addition, JTM Training Coordinators offer car-level integration to support OEM system instructors. JTM Training Coordinators will assist in the administration of tests and hands-on practical demonstrations.
For each training course, JTM will prepare comprehensive training materials that meet the objectives of the training program. Instructor guides will include course schedules, lesson plans, guidelines for course presentation, resource and facility requirements, written tests, practical exercises, and course evaluations.
Student Guides, provided to each participant in the course, include lesson summaries, reference material, multimedia presentations, and notebooks. Training courses can be supplemented with visual training aids such as 3D simulations, animation, or detailed training videos delivered in the classroom or as cost effective Computer-Based Training applications.