state and university fleet professionals
Filling Fleet Manager Vacancies
In today’s world, it is no longer enough to have mechanical experience if your ambition is to become a fleet manager. Today’s fleet professionals must have a variety of additional skills and education including courses in business management, human resources, information technology, risk management, finance, and asset management. This seminar will discuss the various skills needed to help you to become a top candidate for a management position. Other topics covered include certifications and why they are important, pay scale, and training. If you are a current manager preparing to retire, you will learn about preparing a succession plan, how to help make the transition seamless, and what you need to know before signing a contract agreement to become a consultant or contract employee.
Presenter: Samuel P. Lamerato, CPFP - Retired Superintendent of Fleet, City of Troy, MI
201 E. Main Street, Suite 1405, Lexington, KY 40507 • Email: firstname.lastname@example.org