Los Angeles, CA – The Southern California Transit Training Consortium (SCRTTC) is excited to announce that Complete Coach Works (CCW) has committed and contributed as the consortium’s very first ‘Major Partner.’

For over 25 years, Complete Coach Works (CCW) has offered a vast array of solutions for their customer’s transportation needs. Whether the need is for collision repair, a complete interior rehab, converting a fleet to alternative fuels, or a completely remanufactured vehicle, CCW has the necessary experience to provide the transit industry a one stop shop.

CCW’s team of experts can comply with today’s demanding new standards, from drive train upgrades that meet today’s stringent emission standards to ADA complaint accessibility, GPS systems for Automated Vehicle Location systems to full multiplexing PLC based systems. For more information visit CCW’s website at: http://www.completecoach.com/


The SCRTTC has delivered over 27,000 hours of training to over more than 2,000 transit employees that maintain vehicles in Southern California.

This SCRTTC organization was created and incorporated in January 2004 in response to the industry’s need for a trained technical/mechanical labor work force.  The SCRTTC will benefit the transit industry and educational institutions by the development of a bottoms-up industry driven competency based curriculum and training program that meets present and future needs in the Southern California region.   This collaborative effort now brings together 41 Community Colleges, Transit Agencies and Universities to develop a regional mechanism for the coordination and development of training for the technical workforce within the transportation industry.

The SCRTTC has been designated as a 501c (3) organization, as well as a California Non-Profit Corporation.