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Strategic Fleet Operations and Transport Management in the Public Sector (Livestream Optional)

COVID-19, have created new challenges and this tested and shaken our traditional way of thinking when it comes to transport and fleet operations.

The “new normal” will require three-dimensional thinking as we re-evaluate our traditional transportation operating models.

Transport and fleet managers are faced with unusually adverse conditions: higher fuel costs, consolidation, hidden fees, new security requirements, capacity constraints and higher-than-ever customer expectations that affect carrier selection, fulfilment accuracy and inventory management.

Instead of using COVID 19 and new market realities as an excuse – savvy managers are leveraging these challenges to install fundamental changes in how organisations view transport and fleet management. The end result: once thought of as an end-of-the-line process, transportation management is now taking centre stage with key roles in customer service, marketing and operations – greatly increasing the value that transportation organizations deliver to the enterprise.

  • Applying Methodologies To Improve Fleet Operational Cost And Management
  • Understanding how to Implement Lean Six Sigma For Logistics
  • Optimising Fleet Utilisation For Maximum Efficiencies And To Achieve A Faster Turnaround Time
  • Increasing Productivity With Periodical Preventive And Corrective Measures On Fleet Maintenance Programme
  • Exploring and Implementing Strategic Business Objectives To Improve Overall Operational Procedures
  • Mitigate Transport And Fleet Risks Within The Business That Is Caused By Human Factors
  • Transport Managers and Administrators
  • Fleet Managers and Administrators
  • Logistics Managers and Administrators
  • Procurement Managers and Officials
  • Financial/Logistic/Maintenance Directors
  • Operations Managers
  • Distribution Managers
  • Government Transportation Professionals
  • Fleet Maintenance Managers
  • Transportation Consultants
  • Fleet Management Industry Personnel
    • State Transportation Professionals
    • Fleet Planners
    • Contracts and Logistics Managers
    • General Fleet Operations Staff

After successful completion of this 5 day course on Strategic Fleet Operations and Transport Management in the Public Sector, including the assignment/POE. The learner will receive 20 Credits from Southern Business School for the subject Public Transport & Fleet Management 1 (PTM100) which will count towards the Diploma in Management NQF Level 6. The learner will be registered for non qualification purposes with Southern Business School for the subject Public Transport & Fleet Management 1 (PTM100)

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Nov 23 2020 - Nov 27 2020

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  • Date: Nov 23 2020 - Nov 27 2020
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