Clean Cities Training the Trainers on Alternative Fuel Vehicles

Clean Cities

US Depart­ment of Energy’s Clean Cities Coor­di­na­tors are being trained on how to bring alter­na­tive fuel vehi­cles to their local com­mu­ni­ties. These coor­di­na­tors will learn how to train the train­ers – a cer­ti­fi­ca­tion pro­gram that will bring the skill set to stake­hold­ers in their cities to have greater under­stand­ing of alter­na­tive fuels and advanced tech­nol­ogy vehi­cles, which is ideal for deal­ers and ser­vice tech­ni­cians to effec­tively serve cus­tomers acquir­ing these new vehicles.

Cur­tis Mar­tin, Ante­lope Val­ley Clean Cities Coor­di­na­tor, will be con­duct­ing the Alter­na­tive Fuels Learn­ing Pro­gram train­ing at Rio Hondo Com­mu­nity Col­lege in Whit­tier, Calif., with train­ing part­ner Pro­fes­sor John Frala. Mar­tin will be con­duct­ing the last Train-The-Trainer work­shop for Clean Cities Coor­di­na­tors on Dec. 11, and the gen­eral stakeholder/public train­ing will be con­ducted on Dec. 12 by Frala. The pro­gram pro­vides Clean Cities Coali­tions, and other stake­hold­ers, with state-of-the-art cur­ric­ula and train­ing, out­reach and edu­ca­tion mate­ri­als, and a con­cen­trated mar­ket­ing and com­mu­ni­ca­tions plan, includ­ing resources avail­able from an Online Tool­box. For more infor­ma­tion con­tact Cur­tis Mar­tin at VisionCC@Verizon.net.

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