NOCoE seeks to build TSMO workforce 

The US National Operations Center of Excellence (NOCoE) has launched a campaign to build a transportation systems management and operations (TSMO) workforce to help make US roadways safer.
UTC / January 30, 2020
By Ben Spencer
People in Washington DC city in the evening (source:ID 149948516 © Arnon Mungyodklang | Dreamstime.com)
People in Washington DC city in the evening (source:ID 149948516 © Arnon Mungyodklang | Dreamstime.com)

NOCoE says its workforce development website will equip departments of transportation, educators and other organisations with the tools to evaluate areas such as skills, training and career development. 

As part of the campaign, NOCoE is to deliver workforce development workshops at industry gatherings and webinars.

NOCoE’s managing director Patrick Son, says: “It really is an across the board review of the human resources and workforce investment that agencies and the private sector can use to successfully navigate and improve the future of transportation through the investment in our people.”

Additionally, NOCoE is to launch a fellowship programme in March to help a select number of TSMO professionals develop knowledge and abilities.