Fleet Management

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Fleet Management is a function which allows companies which rely on transportation in business to remove

 or minimize the risks associated with vehicle investment by improving efficiency, productivity and reducing their overall transportation and staff costs.

 Fleet management includes commercial motor vehicles such as cars, ships, vans and truc

ks, as well as rail cars. Fleet management can include a range of functions, such as vehicle financing, vehicle maintenance, vehicle telematics (tracking and diagnostics), driver management, speed management, fuel management and health and safety management.

 This course focuses on fleet life cycles which includes fleet selection and acquisition, fleet finance and risk management, fleet operations management, fleet utilisation and fleet replacement and disposal. It will also look at the principles and policies involved with fleet management.

The course is practical in nature and participants will discuss how the knowledge and techniques learnt on the course can be applied to their fleet.

Topics covered include:



  • Concepts and Principles of Fleet Management
  • Policies of Fleet Management
  • Market Analysis
  • Risk Management
  • Fleet Financial Management
  • Selection and Procurement
  • Fleet Operations Management
  • Fleet Utilisation
  • Maintenance Management
  • Rental Management
  • Fleet Replacement and Disposal


The Fundamentals Training Centre (FTC), in partnership with cutting-edge training providers and specialists in this field, is able to provide a superior security training and development programme to delegates who wish to be introduced to, develop a keen understanding of and become highly proficient in fleet management in the business environment.


Who should attend?


This course is aimed at Fleet Managers, Fleet Executives, Transport Managers, Logistics Managers, Transport Controllers, Fleet Controllers and Fleet Administrators.




Each of these courses is offered at the Introductory, Intermediate and Advanced levels. The Introductory level is referred to as Level 1, the Intermediate as Level 2 and the Advanced as Level 3 over a period of 20 training days per level. The topics covered at each level are largely the same, with more insights and the level of complexity increasing as participants move from the Introductory to the Advance levels of the course.