Welcome to the Southern California Regional Transit Training Consortium (SCRTTC) website. The SCRTTC is a leading provider of training for the public transit industry.
Our focus is to provide a training resource network comprised of Community Colleges, Universities, Transit Agencies, Public and Private Organizations focused on the development and delivery of training and employment of the transit industry workforce that is proficient at the highest standards, practices, and procedures for the industry.
You will find many resources on this website including a course schedule, a list of our transit and academic members, The Communicator (the SCRTTC’s official newsletter) and more. Enjoy the site and please contact us if you have any questions regarding transit training.
Mission Statement: Advance the skills of our transit workforce...preparing for the future.
"Making a difference and improving lives."
Jim Ditch was a founding father of the SCRTTC. His passion for training and education was unprecedented. This Education Fund was established in honor of Jim and will provide much needed support to students who wish to pursue and/or advance their career in public transportation.
AQMD -Cummins 8.9 ISL-G Level II Train-the-Trainer, Very well done – Instructors are very knowledgeable on the subject matter. Enjoyed the class. Keep it up
ELECTRICAL-II, Marty (the instructor) is very knowledgeable! Thank You!
HVAC-II for Transit, THE BEST!
ELECTRICAL-I, Excellent material. A must have class.
Cummins 8.9 ISL-G Level-II, Great class!
Great class-good information.
HYBRID-HY2, Instructor very knowledgeable. Great networking! I learned a lot and enjoyed all of it!
BRAKES-I, Excellent instructor and hands-on material. I will be back for Brakes-II. Thank you.
AQMD -Cummins 8.9 ISL-G Insite Train-the-Trainer, Excellent information. Can use the material when I return to the school/shop.
I walked out of the DVOM-I course feeling confident and ready to learn more. This was an amazing experience!
The course locations for all SCRTTC courses are ADA accessible and reachable via public transportation. Please notify the SCRTTC immediately if there is any special requests or problems.