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 [email protected].