|COURSE : CERTIFIED FLEET MANAGEMENT PROFESSIONAL|
Programs aimed at new or relatively recent entrants to the industry right through to the more senior fleet manager. Programs aimed at administrators and managers who have the responsibility, but not necessarily the experience, of running a fleet. In addition, they provide a refresher for fleet professionals who require an update on legislation, best practice and developments in managing a fleet of vehicles.
Content as well as gathering an array of practical information, delegates take away documents they can adapt to meet their own individual fleet requirements, including fleet policies, driver handbooks and risk management templates and guidance management templates and guidance. Duration one day.
- 8-10 Hours (Flexible Schedules)
- Regular Sessions: 3 Hrs / 5Hrs / 8 Hrs
- Fast Track Sessions : 1 Day
- Regular Sessions: 3/5/8 Hours per Session. Classes are offered on Weekdays or Weekends (Friday / Saturday). Weekdays Schedules are from 10.00 am to 2.00 pm or 2.00 to 6.00 or 9.00 pm.
- Fast Track Sessions:6-8 Hours Per day for 1 Days with Lunch / Coffee breaks.
- CSCRMP’ from American Institute of Professional Studies (AIPS) , Washington D.C, USA.
- Certificate from Laurels Training Institute, Attested by Knowledge & Human Development Authority (KHDA) government of Dubai, UAE
Certificate from American Institute of Professional Studies (AIPS) from USA (After 15 Days of course Completion which will couriered to the attendees office address (optional)
|Course Material||Hard & Soft Copies of Study Material|
|Language of Instruction||English|
|Instructor Helpline||Yes |
2. Social Media (For Emergency requirements)
|Registration Requirements||1. Passport Copy|
2. Curriculum Vitae
3. Passport size photographs
4. Course Fee
|Mode of Payment:||Cash / Cheque / Credit Card / Bank Transfer.|
(Who should attend this training)
- Supply chain Manager
- Supply Chain Engineer
- Production Manager
- Sales Manager
- Material Planner
- Logistics & Distribution Manager
- Operations Professional
- Warehouse Professional
- Logistics Professional
- Buyer /Procurement /Purchase executive / Procurement Specialist
- Supply Chain/Inventory/Logistics Analyst
- Supply Chain/Inventory/Logistics Planner
- Asset Management (AM): selection, procurement, and upkeep of your vehicles.
- Business Management (BM): broad-level strategy, interactions with other businesses, proposal management, and knowing all of the finicky rules and regulations.
- Financial Management (FM): Leasing, buying, budgeting, and reimbursing. If it has to do with the accounting department, you’ll find it here.
- Information Management (IM): Telematics, data, data analysis, and the skills and information you’ll need to work with your IT people.
- Maintenance Management (MM): Managing your vehicles, managing your maintenance staff, handling your inventory, and the environmental rules that come with running a fleet.
- Professional Development (PD): Covers more general topics like leadership, communications, managing a diverse workforce, and the ethics of running a vehicle fleet.
- Risk Management (RM): Insurance, safety, and damage control in the incident of a crash.
- Vehicle Fuel Management (VFM): Get to know fuels, both traditional and alternative, and also get to know the services that help you track fuel usage.
|Course Contents / Outline|
Day 1 - Introduction to Fleet Management
- Definition of fleet management
- Objectives of fleet management
- Costs associated with fleet management
- Maximizing customer service
- Fleet manager profile
Fleet Maintenance Management
- Roles and responsibilities in maintenance
- Benefits of preventive maintenance inspections
- Scope of preventive maintenance programs
- Unscheduled maintenance
- Road calls
- Tire selection and management
- Parts and supply management
- Vendor versus in-house maintenance
Day 2 - Workshop Management
- Workshop layout
- Workshop tools
- Computing workshop productivity
- Facility requirements
- Bay space layout
Fleet Safety Management
- Elements of a safety program
- Reasons for accident prevention
- Driver selection criteria
- Fleet skill tests
- Road accident types
Day 3 - Vehicle Selection and Replacement
- Vehicle selection criteria
- Own or contract analysis
- Vehicle replacement analysis
- Capital budgeting techniques
Day 4 - Transportation and Distribution Planning
- Transportation fundamentals and optimization
- Factors affecting transportation decisions
- Network design options
- Routing of distribution vehicles
Day 5 - Measuring and Improving Fleet Performance
- Fleet measurement system
- Transportation costs
- Cost ratios
- Transportation asset productivity
- Financial and quality indicators
- Cycle time indicators
- Measuring and improving fleet utilization