Dispatching Training Course: Learn From The Experts!
Experience the transportation industry first hand and learn all there is to know about dispatching in our dispatching training course.
A dispatch training course that saves you time and money.
Are you looking for a new and exciting career in the transportation industry? The dispatching industry plays a vital role in North America’s economy and the trucking industry continues to grow. There is no better industry to start your career!

Our Dispatching Training course will put you on the fast track to becoming an expert dispatcher. Our dispatcher training course is designed to provide an introduction to concepts and issues in the logistics and trucking industry. We ensure that you’ll have a firm grounding in the basics of trucking by the time the course ends. This course will introduce you to concepts such as submitting loads for professional truckers, from finding trucks and brokers to vetting qualifications, signing off on paperwork and tracking mileage, plus more! In addition, if you need any help along the way, enroll now today to our dispatching course.

It’s 5-7 Days Online course in which we teach everything that you need to know to start your own Dispatch. But learning takes 15-20 days.

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You will learn about

Market Analysis

Learn how to assess the current situation of the transportation market in any part of the US at any given time

Route Planning

Understand how proper route planning will increase profits for transport companies and as a result, increase your profits


Learn in theory and practice how to negotiate with brokers and take loads on favorable terms for you

Working with Load Boards

Learn how to find the best load quickly among other thousands that appear and disappear every minute


Learn how to quickly make a transit plan with calculation of the main checkpoints. Understand how to act if the transportation went wrong

Finding clients

Will be able to find employers and clients by yourself and understand how to make long-term cooperation, providing high quality work

Topics covered during our dispatcher training course includes
 This course is related to dispatching. So, this first session leads to the introduction of dispatching We will be learning in this session what is dispatching, what is included in the dispatching, what is the function of dispatching, and what are the duties in dispatching.

 In this session, you will be going over the bill of lading what it entails, and specifically, the legal requirements associated with it. You’ll learn about a few things here. First, you’ll learn what is federally required to be on a bill of lading. I will discuss and compare that to what additional items are sometimes also on a bill of lading. Also, we’ll touch on requirements at a roadside inspection. Does the driver have to have a bill of lading available? If so, can it be digital? Are there any repercussions for not having this documentation?

In this session, we will discuss the rate of confirmation and the electronic rate of confirmation. How rates are determined is also discussed in this session.
In this session, we are going to discuss negotiation. I will start with my example as I participated in a negotiation exercise as a student. We were given imaginary countries and were required to negotiate our rights to the seas surrounding them. The whole thing swiftly delegated into a study, as the speaker put it politely. Negotiation is partial to your job as a Product Manager.
All trucking carriers establish their base rates for shipments. Most rates are quoted per 100 pounds, but they will vary across different carriers and lanes. Keep in mind that carriers will alter their base rates if they require an additional volume. They will also increase gross costs for lanes where they have an adequate balance between freight and trucks. The pricing within trucking rates that increases the fastest with carriers is the absolute minimum charge (AMC). The AMC is the lowest amount that carriers will go. Because of the higher costs that carriers have to pay with minimum charge shipments over heavier shipments, many companies continue to request $5 increases to the AMC.
In this session, you will learn about freight factoring, what it entails, and its importance in the trucking business. Freight factoring has the potential to financially benefit many in the trucking industry First, you will learn how does freight factoring company work, Let’s start with how the process works.
A trucker or their organization sends (or delivers) a trucking invoice to establish a payment obligation from their customer. Unlike a proforma invoice, which is used to show what is owing ahead of time, it is a post-job billing document. The form outlines what the client must pay, how the trucker will be compensated for their services (which is usually agreed upon in advance), and any payment details the trucker desires to add. Is determined by the services provided to the client.
In this we are going to discuss the load board and what are the processes of the load board. Truckload boards are a crucial tool for any trucking company to get the loads they need for a successful business in the trucking industry. However, just knowing what a load board is not enough for you to make it as owner-operators. You need to know how to navigate them and utilize them to your maximum benefit to keep you in a competitive position within the industry.
When people consider getting their freight brokerage license, they often wonder whether they’d be able to also own their fleet of carrier trucks. So, can a freight broker own truck? The answer is yes, freight carriers often take on a brokerage license as a secondary source of revenue, freight brokers can also act as carriers as long as they are not transporting cargo that is double brokered. There are no restrictions on freight brokers owning trucks, only in how they use them. A freight broker is a middleman between shippers and carriers. Flock Freight’s digital freight broker service offers the speed and convenience of a traditional freight broker with a helping hand from their powerful proprietary algorithms.
We live in the age of technology. Much of our lives seem to be driven by unseen forces trapped inside sophisticated computer programs we can neither see nor understand. We flip a switch and have instant light, push a button and watch television, pick up our phone and are magically connected to someone thousands of miles away. Apps with high-tech algorithms tell us how to work out, where to eat, or even who to date. However, many of our most basic human needs revolve around the things we can see and touch things like food, beverages, furniture, appliances, cars, and industrial goods. These basic needs aren’t delivered from the manufacturer to the consumer as if by some dark magic. These essential elements in our lives require shipping. Shippers fulfill an important part of the supply chain. Whether by trucking or freight train or air, shippers deliver both packages and cost-savings to their dedicated customers.
In this session we are going to discuss about carriers and what concerns should be taken while choosing a freight carrier.
The Owner-Operator Independent Drivers Association (OOIDA) answers the question, “who is an owner-operator” with this definition: “An owner-operator is a business owner who owns a tractor and, on other occasions, a trailer or fleet of trailers.” Owner-operators are independent freight transport drivers that run their transportation business with their vehicles. They can also lease out their services but still use their trailers. Owner-operators manage the day-to-day operations of their business on their own. An owner-operator may act as a driver and/or an employer at the same time.
Whether you’re recruiting a new batch of drivers for your company or interacting with those who have been with you for years, communication with drivers is important. Successful communication with employees is crucial for any profession but comes with unique challenges in the trucking industry. When it comes to the trucking business, communication is king. It’s a business that relies a lot on the coordination of timing in order to be successful. Getting the goods from point A to point B might seem like an easy job, but there’s a lot going on in the background to make it happen.
As shipments leave your warehouse and travel by the truckload to your other warehouses or customers, you must know where they are at all times. Freight tracking is critical for business success because of its impact on customer service because even with freight customers demand to know where their packages are and when to expect them. Cargo tracking can be complicated to implement. However, once you know how to track your freight shipments, you can improve your delivery speed and reduce your number of missing packages. Help your company stay connected with automated freight tracking by learning the details of this shipping method.

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