The one-day session will be held Jan. 6, 2010 and is designed for driver trainers and fleet managers, and focuses on energy efficiency as a cost-effective and responsible way to reduce costs and the environmental impact of fleet operations.
The training session provides information on energy efficiency in all aspects of a fleet’s operations including: determining equipment specifications, maintenance, operations and driving.
After completing this train-the-trainer session, participants will be in a position to deliver this training directly to drivers within their own company or in other organizations in the highway trucking sector as a means of incorporating energy efficiency into driving practices and vehicle operation techniques.
Natural Resources Canada will support subsequent training activities to participants of these train-the-trainer sessions by supplying all essential training materials as required.
Course tuition is $85 including lunch and space is limited to 25 participants.
For more information, contact Rick Mikula at the Humber Transportation Training Centre: 416.798.0300 ext. 22 or email@example.com.
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