Advanced Fleet Excellence Training
This training is a follow-up to the Fleet Excellence Training so that humanitarian fleet managers may continue building they knowledge and skills in the areas of fleet management, fleet safety and the environmental impact of fleets and ultimately professionalise fleet management in your respective organisations.
The Fleet Excellence programme, funded by USAID, will include:
Access to emergency preparedness e-learning modules, which will help participants learn at your own pace before the workshop.
3-day in-country training which will include fleet management emergency preparedness, change management and KPI analysis.
Guidance to create a personal implementation plan to improve fleet management within your organisation.
Frequent support and follow-up to assist you in the implementation of your personal implementation plan over the course of 10 months.
The target audience for this event are senior and middle managers from aid and development organisations, responsible for vehicle fleet operations who have participated in the (Basic) Fleet Excellence Training and made improvements in their fleet operations since.
Costs for the training
The costs for participating in the programme are USD $300,- per person. Additionally, expenses for travel to and from the workshop location and stay (hotel, lunch, dinner, personal expenses etc.) need to be incurred by the participant or their organisation. Fleet Forum member organisations will receive a 10% discount on their invoice. Is your organisation a Fleet Forum member? Click here for the list of member organisations.
Training Schedule 2020
Please note that this training is only open to staff who have attend the previous Fleet Excellence Training and can demonstrate the fleet management improvements they have made since. Upon applying, participants will receive an evaluation template, which will help them outline the improvements they made.
Fleet Forum strongly believes that training is not only for the purpose of sharing experience and inspiring participants, but also to give participants the required tools to professionalise their fleet management. By setting the above criteria, we want to encourage and reward those who have transformed the learning of the training into real impact for their organisation.
Fleet Forum does not discriminate based on age, disability, ethnicity, gender, marital status, race, religion or sexual orientation. We welcome the participation of all staff members who meet the functional criteria.