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Fleet Management Available Online


Analyze the principles of vehicle operations and maintenance in order to save money and improve service.

This four-week "asynchronous" online class is for beginning or advanced level drivers, trainers and managers requiring 3-4 hours of login time per week at the convenience of the participant.


This online course is comprised of 3 components:

1. Corporate Fleet Management

Learning Objectives --

Learn practical, logical, common sense methodologies that work to solve fleet problems.
Identifying fleet issues and problems.
Prioritize and sequence the issues and problems.
Identify and initiate effective corrective action in a political and cultural environment.
Measure your effectiveness.
Learn and experience cost effective best practices.
Apply fleet best practices and principles.
Identify ways to improve fleet.

Key Topics --

What To Measure, Watch and Pay Attention To.
Goals and Objectives to use.
Typical Areas to Focus On For Productivity Improvements.
Budget, Operating & Capital, Management.
How To Manage Your Fleet Operation Successfully.
Accountability and Responsibility Delineation.
In House and Outsourcing Management.
Put together a chassis, body and mounted equipment specification.
Add effective terms and conditions.
Evaluate and Outline your Warranty needs and Delineate Your Program.
Practical methodology to get in house staff and vendor buy ins.
Getting help from the manufacturer, dealer, distributor and mounted equipment professionals.
Formatting and presentation of your solicitations.
Effective public & private bid evaluations.
Awarding a bid.
Inspecting the vehicle, preparing for delivery.
Accepting delivery.
Paying for the vehicle.
Managing the warranty process.
Replacing the vehicles, managing fleet size.
Managing the resale and remarketing effort.
Liability responsibility.

2. Shop Management

Key Topics --

Effective Shop Management.
Effective Capital and Operating Budget Management.
Corporate and Customer Expectations.
What to Measure, Watch & Pay Attention To.
In House &/or Outsourcing Alternatives and Management.
Staff productivity.
Management Information System Management.
Accounting System Budget Management.
Proactive vs Reactive Methodology.
Reasonable Accountability and Responsibility Management by Objectives.

3. Green Garages

Key Topics --

Reducing Carbon Dioxide Footprint.
The Benefits of an Energy Audit.
Upgrade Existing Facility or Replace?
What Impacts Productivity?
No-Build or Upgrade Option and New Build Cost/ Square Foot.
Implementing the Solution.

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This program can be applied toward the:

Course Accessible: Oct. 5-30
Location: Available Online
Instructor: John E. Dolce
$400: Register by Fri., Sept. 4
$500: Register on or after Sat., Sept. 5 Discount Available
CEUs: 1.6
Enrollment Limit: 40
Program No. 4890-8557
Registration Deadline: Mon., Oct. 5
Register Now
For more information, contact:
Ken Woodall, Outreach Specialist,, 414-227-3332


CTED Fall 2015 Brochure

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RTAP Scholarships
Wisconsin Residents Only
Your RTAP (Rural Transportation Assistance Program) administrator may provide scholarships for our courses!

For more scholarship information, contact Steve Hirshfeld at or 608-267-0209. Your agency may qualify for RTAP scholarships!

Plan ahead and pay less!
Take advantage of this savings. You can deduct $100 from the original price when we receive your payment 20 business days prior to the date of any of our professional transit training workshops.
Call us today at 414-227-3332!