Project Management Professional Training (PMP)
Introduction and Context

Transportation activities can account for approximately 75% of an organization’s supply chain costs. Thus, it is crucial that an organization gets the transportation function right, whether its ambition is to meet personnel mobility needs or to execute the delivery of goods and materials.
This training will examine the transportation function in a holistic manner. This training course will start by outlining the requirements of successful fleet maintenance programs and workshops. The training course then describe the components of stringent fleet and driver safety programs and experiment with different capital budgeting and distribution routing techniques together with KPIs.
The Institute of Applied Project Management Ltd. was incorporated under the Companies Act (Cap. 486) as a Limited Company on 15th November 2010. Our aim is to empower individuals and organizations with standards, knowledge, tools, methods and techniques that describe good Management practices.

Training Objectives
•    State the objectives of fleet management and the role of the fleet manager
•    Implement a fleet preventive maintenance program
•    Determine requirements for efficient workshops
•    Create fleet safety and driver selection programs
•    Use capital budgeting techniques to perform vehicle replacement analysis
•    Be able to optimize distribution vehicle routes
•    Come up with Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) and measure performance of the fleet

Training Outline

•    Day 1 : Introduction to Fleet Management
o    Definition of Fleet Management
o    Objectives of Fleet Management
o    Costs associated with Fleet Management
o    Maximizing Customer Service
o    Fleet Manager Profile
o    Fleet Maintenance Management
o    Roles and responsibilities in Maintenance
o    Benefits of preventive Maintenance Inspections
o    Scope of preventive Maintenance Programs
o    Unscheduled Maintenance
o    Road Calls
o    Tire Selection and Management
o    Parts and Supply Management
o    Vendor vs. In-house Maintenance

•    Day 2 : Workshop Management
o    Workshop Layout
o    Workshop Tools
o    Computing Workshop Productivity
o    Facility Requirements
o    Bay Space Layout
o    Fleet Safety Management
o    Elements of a Safety Program
o    Reasons for Accident Prevention
o    Driver Selection Criteria
o    Fleet Skill Tests
o    Road Accident Types

•    Day 3 : Vehicle Selection and Replacement
o    Vehicle Selection Criteria
o    Own or Contract Analysis
o    Vehicle Replacement Analysis
o    Capital Budgeting Techniques

•    Day 4 : Transportation and Distribution Planning
o    Transportation fundamentals and optimization
o    Factors affecting transportation decisions
o    Network design options
o    Routing of distribution vehicles

•    Day 5 : Measuring and Improving Fleet Performance
o    Fleet Measurement System
o    Transportation Costs
o    Cost Ratios
o    Transportation Asset Productivity
o    Financial and Quality Indicators
o    Cycle Time Indicators
o    Measuring and Improving Fleet Utilization

Our Training Methodology
We use Case Study methodology that assist the participants to connect well with the workplace problems that needs to be solved. During the training, the participants get access to practical templates and simulations that assist them to do the assigned group work and also very practical for customisation at the work place. We use power point presentations, relevant video clips, role plays and simulations in addition to the case studies, templates and group discussions.

Who should attend the training
•    Top company leadership of an organisation responsible for making critical decisions related to fleet and transport management
•    Contractors and external stakeholders involved in fleet and transport management
•    Fleet and transport managers and supervisors responsible for overseeing overall operations
•    Maintenance managers responsible for vehicle maintenance for effective transportation
•    Safety managers and quality inspectors responsible for ensuring safety and adherence to standards
•    Staff performing operations in fleet and transport management
•    Any other professional who would like to know more about fleet and transport management

Training Benefits to the Individuals

Engineers Board of Kenya (EBK) registered Engineers will qualify for 18 CPDs from this training.

Workshop Budget
The tuition fee is Kenya Shillings Eighty Nine Thousand Five Hundred (KES 89,500) per participant. The cost is inclusive of VAT and caters for:
1.    Soft copy of the training notes
2.    Case Studies used for the training
3.    Customised templates for use in workplace

We need a minimum of 10 participants to run these workshops
Not included in Budget
1.    Transport to venue
2.    Accommodation

Deliverables and Success Criteria
1.    Attendance register
2.    Certificate of course completion
3.    Participants performance dashboard
 
Who we have trained
We have trained participants from the following organisations:
1.    Kenya National Highways Authority (KenHA)
2.    Kenya Power
3.    Institution of Surveyors of Kenya (ISK)
4.    Salaam Bank Group, Djibouti
5.    Match Electricals Ltd
6.    Life and Peace Institute, Ethiopia
7.    IREC, Rwanda
8.    Seven Seas Technologies
9.    World Vision International
10.    Ericsson Kenya

 Our Partners
1.    PMI Kenya Chapter
2.    Umma University
3.    Salaam Center, Djibouti
4.    IREC, Rwanda
5.    PMAspire Ltd, Singapore

Lead Facilitator: Clement Kitetu, PMP®

Currently Principal Consultant at the Institute of Applied Project Management. A certified Project Management Professional (PMP) practitioner and trainer since 2010 with over 10 years in Project Management and Coordination and more than 8 years of Office Administration in an International NGO. Also a Six Sigma Green Belt (SSGB), Adjunct Project Management Course Leader at Strathmore Business School, Project Management, Lead Adjunct Project Management Consultant at Cavendish University of Zambia. Recently approved member of Harvard Business Publishing Education community. Worked as a Senior Business Project Manager from October 2015- March 2017 at World Vision International, Process Life Cycle Manager from October 2013- September 2015, and Project Management Office (PMO) Specialist from October 2009 to September 2013. Primary responsibility were to ensure successful delivery of global solutions to field offices; supporting and ensuring the propagation and strengthening of the project management framework and discipline to deliver projects within the agreed scope, time frame and budget. Training, coaching and mentoring World Vision International Project Managers in Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) regions.
April 2017 to Present: Principal Consultant at Institute of Applied Project Management
•    Lead Consultant on Project Management, Process Improvement, Grants Management and Knowledge Management
•    Developed Project Management Professional training based on Latest PMBoK Edition training content
•    Developed PMP simulation tests based on latest PMBoK Edition
•    Facilitated Project Management training for the Government of Zambia Senior Leadership in collaboration with Cavendish University of Zambia
•    Facilitating project management professional trainings in Rwanda and Djibouti
Project Management Training June ’11- Present: Strathmore University 
Adjunct Consultant: Project Management 
Mar ’11- Mar 2017    Institute of Applied Project Management
Lead trainer and Consultant, Project Management Professional
Designed the Project Management Professional training content for the institute
Academic qualifications
•    MSc. Information Technology Management
•    BSc. Computer Studies
•    Higher National Diploma: Institute of the Management of Information Systems (IMIS-UK)
 
Contact Person
Clement Kitetu, PMP
Email: clement@iapm.co.ke
Phone: 254722761910
www.iapm.co.ke

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