NPTC schedules annual Institute

Nov. 1, 2004
The National Private Truck Council's (NPTC) Fleet Management Institute will take place January 15-19, 2005, at the Renaissance Grand Hotel in St. Louis. As the scope and pace of change continues to accelerate at unprecedented levels, private fleet managers must look for new ways to enhance their operating knowledge and expand their personal and professional effectiveness, said Gary Petty president

The National Private Truck Council's (NPTC) Fleet Management Institute will take place January 15-19, 2005, at the Renaissance Grand Hotel in St. Louis.

“As the scope and pace of change continues to accelerate at unprecedented levels, private fleet managers must look for new ways to enhance their operating knowledge and expand their personal and professional effectiveness,” said Gary Petty president & CEO of NPTC. “The Institute is a concentrated, five-day immersion in the core private fleet management curriculum: fleet finance; operations; safety and security; human resources; and maintenance and equipment.”

Experienced private fleet managers will provide a series of workshops, panel discussions, lectures, and interactive sessions during the Institute.

Preceding the workshop, NPTC will hold a full-day workshop to help candidates prepare for the Certified Transportation Professional exam.

For more information, go to www.nptc.org.

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