ONLINE DISPATCH TRAINING COURSE
New to the transportation industry?
You'll learn important facts about logistics, types of cargo, and the equipment used to transport it.
You’ll also learn where to look for loads as we discuss the different types of load boards.
This course will also cover step-by-step how to book a load we illustrate this by reviewing actual transcripts of typical conversations during the booking process.
At the completion of this course you’ll have learned the necessary aspects of a dispatch business. We’ll start by discussing what a dispatcher does.
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
Introduction to IT
Route Management Authorities & Permits Border Crossing
Freight Pricing Negotiation Skills
The trucking industry plays a vital role in North America’s economy. Trucks move the majority of goods throughout Canada and the U.S. each year. Despite fears of a slowing economy, the trucking industry continues to grow. If you’re looking to join the transportation industry, it’s important to understand the ins and outs. With our Trucking Dispatch course, you’ll get all of the necessary education and training needed to thrive in this industry.
Get Introduced to the Trucking Industry
Many students come to us worried about their lack of knowledge. Our course is designed to concepts and issues in the logistics and trucking industry. We ensure that you’ll have a firm grounding in the basics of trucking by the time the course ends. This course will introduce you to concepts such as fleet management, record keeping, bonded carriers, freight pricing and more. You will no longer be a beginner you finish the Trucking Dispatch Specialist course.
Gain Experience with Technology & Software
The trucking industry has undergone a technological transformation in the past few years.
The primary responsibility of a trucking dispatcher is to arrange the delivery and pick up of freight. This means communicating with customers to arrange times for shipments and schedule deliveries. In addition to simply scheduling, dispatchers also have to create routes and be available to make changes throughout the day as situations arise.
In addition, truck dispatchers are also responsible for:
- Record Keeping
- Identifying Issues
- Proposing Solutions
- Generating Necessary Documents
Learn more about trucking dispatcher duties and responsibilities.
Giving the underdog a shot at the dream. Everyone should have the knowledge
and opportunity to be financially free. This 700 billion dollar industry has been dominated by big corporations for decades. Technology has now allowed us to catch up and acquire some of that generational wealth
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Our mission is to keep the economy circulating through independent business owners, not just big corporations. Make sure the little guy is well informed of the new trends in this industry turning 9-5 workers into bosses. More C.E.O means a thriving economy. make a choice take a chance to make a change.