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Motor Carrier Transportation Training

Motor carrier transportation today involves the movement of freightpassengers and household goods. Every citizen in the United States is affected one way or another to motor carrier transportation. The motor carrier transports the materials and food necessary to our lives.

The transportation industry is growing at the rate of about 2,500 companies per month in the United States. There are approximately 202,000 regulated transportation companies and more than 1,250,000 drivers and owner operators driving the trucks. Freight brokers obtain the shipments for the motor carriers and freight forwarders store the freight in route. Passenger carriers take us to our destinations whether it be a vacation or to visit loved ones. The opportunities in surface transportation is enormous and is growing daily.

Your Rights, Responsibilities, and Remedies in Transportation, the one-day course prepares one to become a freight forwarderfreight brokerpassenger carrierand/or freight motor carrier. This course teaches you not only the basics to be effectivebut how to work efficiently with brokersmotor carriers and freight forwarders. The course teaches you the economic USDOT regulations of how to save and make money. The course is designed for those already with their motor carrier authorities as well as for anyone wanting to become a freight brokerfreight forwardermotor carrierand passenger carrier. It will also help prepare you to be employed by a transportation company.

Transportation Consultant, the 3-day course prepares one to become a transportation consultant. The individual will be able to start work the day after the course. Most companies in the transportation industry rely upon a transportation consultant to perform services that they donít know how to perform or they just donít have the time to do for themselves. The course helps prepare the individual to obtain their license as a Transportation Practitioner and as a licensed insurance agent. The opportunities for the transportation consultant is enormous and affects railroadsbargesmotor carriersfreight brokersfreight forwarders and passenger carriers. The course shows about 40 different ways to make money by services the transportation industry needs. There are less than a dozen full service transportation consultants in the United States so the need is great for anyone desiring for a career as a transportation consultant. No experience in transportation is necessary to take this course. The transportation consultant does not need an office and can work full or part time.

Getting the Most Out of Your Transportation Authority, the 4-day course, is a compliment to both of the courses. It is an ideal companion to the freight brokerfreight forwarderand/or motor carrier. This will allow the transportation entity to be more effective and know the rightsresponsibilities and remedies for each aspect of transportation. The opportunity to solve your own problems without hiring an outside transportation consultant will definitely save you time and money. The ability to perform the various positions will definitely add opportunities for increased revenues.

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