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U. Wis.-Milwaukee offering transit fleet mgmt. classes online

Posted on August 30, 2012

The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee is now offering a new online class covering transit fleet management.

The classes will analyze the principles of vehicle operations and maintenance in order to save money and improve service. The four-week “asynchronous” online class is for beginning or advanced level drivers, trainers and managers, requiring three to four hours of log-in time per week at the convenience of the participant.

The on-line course is comprised of three components:

1. Corporate Fleet Management

- Fleet Management Case Study

- How Successful Fleets Work and Stay Competitive

- Vehicle Specification and Procurement

2. Shop Management

-Fleet Equipment and Maintenance Management

3. Green Garages

- Modernize Shop for Safety, Green and Productivity

To view the complete course descriptions, click here.

Registration Information

Date: October 8 - November 2, 2012

Fee: $750 (early bird discount if registered by September 7, 2012)

CEUs: 1.4

Program Number: 7510-Z108

Instructor: John Dolce

To register, visit: www.sce-cted.uwm.edu or call (414) 227-3200

For more information, contact:

Ken Woodall, Outreach Specialist
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Center for Transportation Education and Development
161 W. Wisconsin Ave., Ste. 6000
Milwaukee, WI 53203
(414) 227-3332
[email protected]
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