Freight Broker Training Course Details:
Glimpse of the Freight Brokerage Course:
• Which Software you can use and how to use them.
• Load Board
• Interaction with shippers
• Freight broker vs Freight Agent
• Transportation Regulatory Bodies
• Code of Federal Regulations
• Freight Broker Authority
• Surety Bond vs. Trust Fund
• Start-up Expense Assessment
• Transportation Infrastructure
• Freight Shipping Documents
• Third Party Logistics – 3PL Broker
• Customer Acquisition Tactics
• Fuel Surcharge Rates
• Factoring Receivables
• Double Brokering
• Software Reporting & Analysis
• Freight Agent Acquisition
This is just an idea basically everything will be covered.
We try to cover everything in 7-10 days but days varies, generally it depends on the student till the time he/ she feels confident.
We expect you to book the classes one week prior to the start date. Classes will be 1-1. We are ready to adjust as per your time availability.
After the classes, if you feel you are missing any knowledge or have difficulty applying your strategies in software or anything. You can call us anytime and we will always be available to help you.
Look for detailed freight broker training classes. As you gain practical learning there are higher chances to become a successful freight broker.
For efficient learning follow the tips below:
Ask how to search for a shipper.
Is the course available online?
Do you provide notes for future reference?
How many times I can reach out for doubts.
Can you help me set up my brokerage business?
Anything without knowledge is hard and freight brokerage is a communication skill. If you know how to connect with people and help them optimize their shipping process this could be the easiest task for you. Our freight broker training is designed to make you learn negotiations and built trust among with the shippers.
A freight broker can make between $50,000 to $500,000 per year based on their experience and communication skills. Freight broker is one of the highest-paying skill sets in the United States.