Designed for Aid & Development Organisations
In the Fleet Management Fundamentals course, we will teach the foundation principles of fleet management in humanitarian context in order to increase the proficiency and expertise of humanitarian professionals working at an operational level.
By the end of the course, you will:
- Determine the right number and types of vehicles for your operation
- Implement strategies to reduce fleet costs
- Understand the root causes of your crashes
- Introduce and monitor KPIs that are related to your organisation’s priorities
- Get insight and lower your vehicle emissions
You get 20 hours of training, access to many fleet management resources and during the training, we will help you make a 6-month action plan linked to your organisation’s priorities (cost reduction, road safety, Coronavirus response etc.)
Successful participants will receive a Certificate of Participation following the training.
Participation is required in order to receive the certificate of completion. Virtual learners must complete all required elements of the trainings (which includes self-paced lessons, live lessons, exercises and group work).
Trainings available in May and June
We work hard to avoid changes to planned trainings, but occasionally we may have to change the date of scheduled trainings. We will notify you one week before before the training start date with the option to reschedule for a future date.
Live Sessions with Fleet Managers around the World
We work with group sizes of 10 -12 participants per training. Registration does not guarantee a spot. We will review the registrations received and contact you via email.
The expected workload is about 4 hours per day during a 5-day period:
- 2 hours is self-study, which consists of completing e-learning modules, solving real-life case studies, preparing exercises
- Twice a day, we will have 1-hour “live” discussions (via videoconferencing). These sessions will take place in the morning and afternoon and are mandatory to attend to receive your certificate at the end of the training.
One week before the training, we will share with you the exact timings of the live sessions. We determine these based on location of the majority of participants. For participants calling in from Southeast Asia, it might mean that the live sessions take place in the afternoon and evening, thereby allowing you to balance this with your ongoing activities.
The fees to participate in the training are USD 300. Fleet Forum is a not-for-profit membership association. We are able to offer such capacity building activities through donor funding and charging participants a portion of the costs.
Member organisations get a 10% discount. Is your organisation a Fleet Forum member? Click here to find out.
Payment is due before the start of the training. If a participant has not responded after receiving a payment reminder, Fleet Forum reserves the right to cancel the registration.
Practical and Applicable
Specifically designed for fleet managers in aid and development sector. Apply concepts immediately.
We combine self-paced learning with live training. We use technologies for low bandwidth.
Work together in small groups. Be inspired by fleet managers from the region and build your network.
How will this benefit my organisation?
Throughout the course, you will work on your 6-month action plan that you can implement after the course. The plan will help you increase service delivery, reduce road crashes and carbon emissions of your fleet and also save money for your organisation.
Fleet management experts will provide you withe knowledge resources and 1-on-1 meetings to guide you with implementing your plan.
Meet Nathalie, Your Trainer
Nathalie Rothschild is an international humanitarian expert, trainer and consultant who has worked in the humanitarian logistics and supply field for over 20 years. Prior to joining Fleet Forum she was Action Against Hunger USA Associate Director for Logistics, Supply and IT.
During the course of her career she has trained countless staff members from various international organizations.
Nathalie is bilingual and facilitates Fleet Forum's Excellence trainings in both French and English. She also manages a number of projects, including the Driver Recognition Programme.
Nathalie is also an Adjunct Professor at New York University (NYU) and Columbia University.
What Participants Like
"This was my first virtual training. The group discussions were very lively, similar to classroom trainings. The benefit of virtual training is I could combine with important office work also side by"
- Binod Prasad Shrestha, Roving Logistician, Tearfund -
"This training format is good because one is able to access the modules and go through it before the live session and even test once knowledge there and then"
- Taban Kennedy Emmanuel, Fleet Manager South Sudan, ACF USA -
"I liked the mixed profile of participants and the relevant topics we covered, like rightsizing, KPIs and TCO. I made new friends, having same objectives and headaches"
- Nirina Razanamparany, Fleet Manager Madagascar, CRS -