Fleet Forum resumes in-person Aid and NGO fleet management training
No one will argue that managing a fleet is tough and complex but imagine if you had to do so in parts of the world where roads are dirt tracks, the nearest fuel station is a hundred miles away and your drivers are liable to be shot at or ambushed?
This is what fleet managers of NGOs and Aid organisations face daily and it rquires a special kind of training to do it. These fleets often operate in dangerous and undeveloped areas. They use specialist vehicles, often armoured and equipped with larger fuel tanks, in areas that suffer severe whether phenomenon, such as floods or drought.
Training the next-generation of tough fleet managers
Fleet Forum, a non-profit organisation inspiring better, cleaner, safer and more effective transport around the world, is resuming its Fleet Management Fundamentals in-person training.
Accredited by The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT), the training will be delivered in-person in Nairobi, Kenya, October 17-19, 2022 and Amman, Jordan, 28-29 November, 2022.
Fleet Forum describes it as: “It is an interactive and dynamic training that gives you the fundamental principles, tools and capabilities for a greener, safer, more effective and more cost-efficient fleet management. During the training, we do role plays, case studies, exercises and games to enhance the technical and soft skills that will help you improve fleet management. It is fun, practical, full of discussions and experience sharing and very interactive!”
More information is available here.