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LoadTrek University: May 2015 LoadTrek 152 Course

Apr 7, 2015 | Events

LoadTrek 152 – LoadTek 152 covers introductory concepts and provides tools and training necessary to begin using LoadTrek for daily operations. In this course we will discuss:

– How to use Setup including but not limited to: drivers, equipment, locations, profiles, and subscriptions.

– Daily Dispatch and Route Monitoring

– Electronic Logs: daily log audit, violation audit, and driver feedback

– IFTA: driver fuel entries, fuel ticket audit, bulk fuel upload, and utilizing the IFTA report

 

All LoadTrek certification courses include hands on application and the opportunity for real time case study and communication with other users at a similar stage of knowledge, experience, and training. After completing LoadTrek 152, the user will be able to successfully navigate, utilize, and interpret the various system functionalities and overall terminology.

 

How much does it cost?

Cost is $995.00 per person for three days covering application, troubleshooting, and discussion. Cost is not inclusive of travel and lodging accommodations, but does account for official LoadTrek certification and plaque.

 

When is the course being held?

May 12-14, 2015       Implementation Topics – LoadTrek 152

 

Where is the course taking place?

LoadTrek Headquarters – 122 West Washington Ave, Suite 500, Madison, WI 53703

 

How do I sign up?

Please RSVP and identify which LoadTrek certification session you would like to attend. Users must register by April 25th and submit a $300 non-refundable deposit for the May 12-14 session.

 

What should I bring?

Materials depend on the class you are attending. Once we receive your registration you will receive a follow up email containing a list of suggested items and knowledge to bring to the training.  The attendee packet will also list lodging options and a course syllabus.

 

Additional Training

LoadTrek offers on-site, classroom style training for groups of four or more. During these sessions customers may come to LoadTrek headquarters in Madison, WI, or request a visit by LoadTrek training personnel to each company’s location. Our Training and Professional Services department will audit your system usage and, working with you on request, will develop a customized training and follow up plan.

 

We also offer: custom webinars, over-the-phone driver training, business assessments, custom integrations, and reporting.
For more information about customized training programs, please call 877.226.0107 extension 104, or click here and inquire about training opportunities for you and your team.

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