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  • CITT Network

    February 24
    Innovative Transportation, Distribution and Logistics Partnerships Webinar


    On Wednesday, February 24, 2016 from 12:30 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. (Pacific Time), the Southwest Transportation Workforce Center (SWTWC) and the National Association of State Directors for Career and Technical Education (NASDCTE) are co-hosting a webinar featuring teachers, administrators, and industry partners who will provide insights and best practices from innovative education programs and teaching models for grades 6 to 12 students when delivering transportation-related curricula.

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    Webinar Series:

    May 20, June 3, and June 17, 2011

    This free three-part webinar series was a follow-up on key questions raised during the October 6, 2010, CITT Point/ Counterpoint forum,  'Panama Canal Expansion: The Battle for Jobs and Cargo--Who Wins? Who Loses? Who Decides?'

    May 20
    How Shippers Choose Ports

    Introduction by Dr. Thomas O'Brien, CSULB/ CITT
    Speaker:  Joey Carnes, MIQ Logistics
    Key Questions: How much is there to lose?  What is at risk?  What do decision makers value?

    Recording of May 20 taping

    June 3
    Is Southern California Competitive?

    Speaker:  Fran Inman, Majestic Realty Co. and California Trade Commission
    Key Question: How have the Port of Los Angeles and Port of Long Beach addressed competition issues?

    Recording of June 3 taping

    June 17
    Challenges Ahead

    Speakers:  John McLaurin, Pacific Merchant Shipping Association and Richard Steinke, Port of Long Beach
    Key Questions:  What are the issues and challenges to be addressed?  What are the obstacles?
    Conclusion by Dr. Thomas O'Brien, CSULB/CITT
    Listen also to ContainerCast

    Recording of June 17 taping

    Moderator: Mat Kaplan, CSULB/CCPE

    For more information:
    Email or call 562-985-2872

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