Spotlight On Fleet
This three-and-a-half-hour program featured three relevant and pertinent sessions for those who manage fleet, including interviews with current APWA Leadership.
Sessions in this program include:
- Why Smarter Cities Start with Smarter Fleets
Speaker: Sherry Wu
- Deploying an AVL Solution Across a Large Fleet: Lessons Learned and Best Practices
Speakers: Craig Berndt and Rick Durham
- Fleet Open Forum
Speakers: Mark Stinson, CPFP, CPWP-M (Chair), Sarah Mark, Scott McIver, CPFP, Don Miller, CPFP, Carlos Osterroth, CPFP
Did you attend the live program?
Access the recordings and revisit this content in the eLearning Portal.
Did you miss out?
You can purchase an annual registration for the Spotlight on Series or purchase the recordings in the APWA Store (available in 2021).
SC/RC Perspective On Fleet
Finding Success in Your Small City Fleet
Managing a public fleet in a small city/rural community must be a proactive endeavor. Fleet managers must extend the life of equipment and vehicles, prioritize purchases, and maintain a fluid shift model to manage employees. Join this panel discussion to learn more about how fleets are managed in small cities and rural communities.
Public Fleet Management Live Online Workshop/Certificate Program
SOLD OUT — REGISTRATION CLOSED. New March session now open >
This is an eight-hour program designed for fleet managers, including new fleet managers or those who aspire to become fleet managers. The program will provide an overview of the many skills and areas of knowledge fleet managers need to be successful, including organization structures, communication, procurement, purchasing, finance, and fleet operations.
Learn straight from those fleet managers who developed the program. The format blends the best of live face to face with the convenience of online learning. Live sessions will be recorded, and participants can either go back and revisit material later or catch up on a session they missed.
1. Describe the role of a fleet manager and determine the benefits of enhanced communication with partners and fleet customers
2. Recall basic finance and technology issues related to fleet management and identify global issues and their impact on fleet management
3. Explain common industry best practices
Participants receive a certificate of completion and 0.8 CEU credits upon successful completion.
Introductory pricing is available for this first session: $100 for Members and $145 for Non-Members.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to receive information on the next Public Fleet Management Certificate workshop.
Third Thursday Advocacy Jam: Fleet
September 17, 2020
2:30–3:30 p.m. CT
September currently looks to be a critical month for public works advocacy. As of this writing the Fixing America’s Surface Transportation Act (FAST Act) legislation governing our nation’s federal surface transportation policy is set to expire on September 30. Additionally, Canada’s House of Commons is currently set to return from its summer break on September 21 and an economic update is anticipated. Please join the APWA Government Affairs team and volunteer leaders from the U.S. and Canada for an interactive discussion on these issues, as well as an overview of advocacy tools available to our members and the importance of member engagement. To best advocate for the priorities of our members, we want to hear the impact that surface transportation policy has on your community, what you want to see Parliament address in the upcoming session, and any other experiences or questions you would like to share. We look forward to hearing your thoughts – join the conversation!
Registration is FREE for Members and Non-Members. You can register for the entire year of programming or by each individual program.
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