U of T offers a two-day fleet maintenance course

TORONTO — Anybody working in a position related to the maintenance and replacement of moveable capital assets will benefit from a two-day program being offered at the University of Toronto called “Fleet Maintenance and Replacement: Optimizing Life-Cycle Decisions”.

Managers and engineers responsible for fleets of trucks, buses, automobiles or heavy equipment will benefit by learning the newest decision-making techniques. Course material will be presented in learn-as-you-go stages with case studies for practical reference.

If your organization is involved in trucking, transit or motor coach operation, automobile or civic fleet administration, heavy equipment operation or baggage handling, do not miss this opportunity.

This course is taught by the renowned Andrew K.S. Jardine, PhD., P.Eng. is a Professor in the Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering at the University of Toronto.

For more information, visit: http://www.apsc.utoronto.ca/pdcweb/asp/courseinfo.asp?CODE=IN703

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