AT A GLANCE
The Association of Travel Instruction (ATI), founded in 1998 and incorporated in early 2001, is a national professional association, which exists to develop the relatively new professions of travel training instructor and travel trainer for seniors and persons with disabilities, other than those with blindness. The goal of ATI is to serve the practitioners who teach persons with disabilities and seniors to use public transit safely and independently. Its members include travel training instructors/travel trainers who work for transit properties, school districts, community rehabilitation agencies, independent living centers, and agencies providing adult day services. Members of the association also include parents of children with disabilities, orientation and mobility specialists for persons with blindness, and persons with disabilities who are transportation advocates. Membership in ATI is open to anyone interested in the accessible transportation field.
WHAT WE DO
Each year, ATI sponsors an annual conference to promote learning and bringing people in the industry together.
ATI hosts a number of webinars each year FREE to all members. To register for the next webinar, click the link below.