"All journeys have secret destinations of which the traveler is unaware." - Martin Buber
Truck Dispatchers are getting paid $33k-$56k, and you can learn the basics to get started in this thriving industry. Trucks are still the primary method used to deliver commodities across the country. Hence, drivers are considered the core of the system.
Learn the basics of becoming part of a system that ensures the delivery of goods to every home while making good money!
Are you new to truck dispatching and don’t know where to start?
You need a truck dispatching course that will give you the basics, teach you how to do everything, and get you up and running in no time.
Truck Dispatch Training for Beginners is a course that will teach you how to get started as a truck dispatcher. You will learn the fundamentals of truck dispatching, freight routing techniques, and more.
This course is packed with high-value information about getting started as a truck dispatcher. You will learn the fundamentals of being a dispatcher, freight routing techniques, how to use the load boards, and more. In addition, I’ll show you all the tricks to getting the best loads for your driver!
If you know nothing about truck dispatching, this is the course for you. You will learn how to get started and succeed as a dispatcher so you can give your drivers the best chance of getting a good load.
Whether you’re new to truck dispatching or want to brush up on your skills, this course is designed for you. You’ll learn the basics of truck dispatching and freight routing in no time at all with this friendly, easy-to-understand course.
The Truck Dispatch Training for Beginners course is designed to teach you not only the fundamentals of truck dispatching but also to give you the knowledge needed to succeed in this industry. I include stats and information on different freight zones, freight routes, and load boards.
This course is divided into various sections to make it easier to digest. I will be teaching you all you need to know about the industry so you can start a great career in truck dispatching.
Here’s your takeaway from this comprehensive training:
Who this course is for:
I am a trained supply chain professional. I am also the CEO and founder of a 3PL company, FVF Enterprises LLC. I’ve spent close to five years in the trucking sector. During these five years, I have been involved in many parts of transportation, such as dispatching, freight brokerage, and running my own trucking company. I have sent many types of trucks, including semis and 1-ton trucks, pulling various trailers, including flatbeds, dry vans, hotshots, etc.
As a dispatcher, it is important to have some key information about your company and driver. This section will go through all the basic stuff that will get you kick-started in the industry.
A successful delivery involves route planning, which begins with knowing what kind of deliveries your drivers will make.
In this section, we cover:
The more you know about your route, the easier it is to identify potential problem areas.
Here’s what we will cover in this section:
Load boards are the most common way for trucking companies and their drivers to find one another.
In this section, you will learn:
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