Fleet Forum invites you to become a Fleet Excellence Trainer
Over the years Fleet Forum has been active building fleet management knowledge and skills in staff members in aid and development organisations through the Fleet Forum Fleet Excellence Workshop. As the need for skilled and knowledgeable Fleet Manager is recognized by the sector and the demand for the Fleet Excellence Workshop is growing. Fleet Forum, with support of USAID, will launched the 2nd Fleet Excellence Train the Trainers.
The 2017 Fleet Excellence Train the Trainers Programme included:
- Access to fleet management e-learning modules, which will help participants to refresh their knowledge about Fleet Management
- Participation in a 3-day in-country Fleet Excellence Workshop which will include fleet management, fleet safety management and clean fleet strategy modules in order to observe the training from a trainer perspective
- Participation in a 2-day Fleet Excellence Train the Trainers Workshop.
- Facilitation of a 3-day Fleet Excellence Workshop by the participant in his/her own organization with support of Fleet Forum
The 2017 programme will be offered in Haiti in French and in Jordan in English. The programme is open to former participants of the Fleet Excellence Training who are based in or near Haiti and Jordan and have a passion for passing their fleet management knowledge and skills on to others, in and outside their organization
Successful Programme in Jordan
In November, Fleet Forum launched the first ever Train the Trainer programme so that participants can become fleet management trainers and will then build fleet management capacity across their organisation. Four candidates from UNRWA, UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency and Mercy Corps participated in Amman. After participating in the 2-day ToT, each trainer facilitated their very first Fleet Excellence Training with great energy and skill for participants from their own organisation. Our newly certified trainers are now equipped and ready to build fleet management capacity within their agencies as well as other organisations in the Middle East with light assistance from Fleet Forum.
You can read more about the programme here