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NPTC Announces Private Fleet Management Institute

November 16, 2009

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The National Private Truck Council will hold its annual Private Fleet Management Institute Jan. 16-20, 2010, at the Crowne Plaza Jacksonville Riverfront Hotel in Jacksonville, Fla.


The Private Fleet Management Institute is a five-day intensive educational program offering courses on Fleet Finance, Operations, Safety, Human Resources, and Maintenance and Equipment.

The Institute is an immersion into best practices, benchmarking and operational excellence in the private fleet community. A faculty consisting of the some of the nation's most experienced and respected private fleet management professionals will guide the learning experience through a series of workshops, panel discussions, lectures and interactive formats designed to enhance the attendees' experience and ensure their grasp of key private fleet management disciplines.

Specific sessions will focus on: Network Analysis; Supply Chain Integration and Strategic Partnerships; Justifying the Private Fleet through Proper Costing Methodologies; Building, Enhancing and Sustaining a Culture of Excellence; Best Practices in Customer Service; Fleet Planning; Benchmarking Strategies to Improve the Private Fleet; and Transportation Alternatives.

Financial Strategies for the Private Fleet Executive will be another area of concentration with topics to include Communicating Private Fleet Value; Accounting Procedures; Financial Models for the Private Fleet; Profit Center vs. Expense Center; Financial Reporting and Budgeting; Key Performance Indicators; and Return on Investment Measures.

The Institute will also feature an in-depth look at maintenance strategies for the private fleet including establishing a system for compliance; managing multiple sites; trade cycle strategies; spec'ing best practices; improving fuel economy; and outsourcing strategies. In addition, the training will delve into the recruiting, hiring, and development of drivers in addition to a session on driver compensation, incentives and scorecards. Finally, on the safety front attendees will learn the basics of how to develop an effective safety program and how to survive a DOT compliance review.

The program provides an excellent resource for those studying to take the Certified Transportation Professional certification examination scheduled for February 13, 2010 at some 40 locations across the country. In fact, the Private Fleet Management Institute is preceded by a full-day workshop to help candidates prepare for the exam.

For more information about the Fleet Management Institute or the special one-day certification exam workshop, visit www.nptc.org.

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