DISPATCH TRAINING COURSE
How to become a Truck Dispatcher

This is an interactive, fast-paced, hands-on Dispatch course that will ENSURE you succeed in the trucking industry.

We are offering this course via live online classes on ZOOM. 

Dispatch training includes:

5 classes on ZOOM, PLUS EXTRA day of real hands-on practice,

useful materials, and homework. 

The course is taught every month. It includes 5 classes on ZOOM, each class lasts 3 hours, and 3-hour practice on ZOOM. Usually our classes are on Saturdays, but sometimes we also organize classes on Sundays. 

Check out the schedule below

This training is for people who are determined for success. Do you want to open your own company, be your own boss? Look no further here at Dispatch Training Center that is exactly what we offer. We offer you secrets, knowledge, tools, and connections for success.  

Ask yourself- How bad do you want it? How bad do you want to run your own business, finical freedom, time with your family, ability to travel and work?  

Take our Dispatch training course if:

  • You want to polish your dispatch skills and improve your professional performance.

  • You are new to trucking and want to learn how to succeed in its highly competitive environment.

  • You want to grow your family or independent business.  

  • You want to dispatch while living outside the U.S.

  • You want to learn top negotiation skills to ensure you are getting the best rates.

  • You want to learn how to provide top of the line service.

After taking our Dispatch training course you will be able to start your career or business in

the trucking industry right away!

In our class, You will learn the basics and in-depth's of the trucking industry!

You will gain the necessary skills to start working as a dispatcher in a trucking company!

You will learn how to use load boards, broker freight apps, and much more!

You will understand market changes.

We will cover all of these topics:

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  1. Understanding insurance requirements and types of coverages.

  2. The company set up packet and learning process of getting set up with brokers (in-class practice).

  3. Factoring pluses and minuses, recommendations, and general overview.

  4. Types of equipment, weight limits, permits.

  5. Trucking industry terminology and glossary explanation and understanding.

  6. USA states and zip/ DAT zone directory/ time zones.

  7. COI coverage and obtaining process.

  8. Introduction to Truckstop and DAT 360 load boards.

  9. In-class practice posting trucks, searching for loads, market analysis.

  10. 2020 North American Freight numbers.

  11. CARB, SmartWay certifications, TWIC, and UCR programs.

  12. ELD rules and regulations, providers.

  13. Market difference by commodities.

  14. Reefer specifications.

  15. Dry van freight challenges.

  16. Flatbed, Step Deck, Conestoga, and Tanker loads.

  17. Head haul, backhaul, and tri-haul segments.

  18. Hot market maps, spot markert, dedicated lines, direct contracts.

  19. “CLEAN BOL’ understanding (shortages, damages, overages, rejections).

  20. Booking and Invoicing process.

  21. Booking loads and paperwork involved in the process.

  22. Dispatching drivers, shippers, and receivers checklist.

  23. In transit steps checklist.

  24. Rebooking of loads, cancelations and TONU.

  25. Negotiation skills and phone techniques.

  26. Organizing your time tips.

  27. Posting trucks and calling brokers, discussing rates, markets, and profitability.

  28. Phone skills and improvement.

  29. Influence of communication.

  30. Rebooking process, building relationships with brokers, shippers, and receivers.

  31. Tasks of dispatchers’ everyday duties (transit process, problem-solving, cargo claims prevention.

Learn more:

Upcoming Schedule:

March Schedule-

Central time

03/05  10am-1pm

03/06  10am-1pm

03/13  10am-1pm

03/20  10am-1pm

03/27  10am-1pm

Practice 03/28-04/04 Practice is one day, we sub-divide the class into smaller groups, you choose which day works best for your schedule and if there is not a slot available that day, you choose from the other practice days. Each practice day is about 4 hours total.

May Schedule-

Central time

05/14  10am-1.30pm

05/15 10am-1.30pm

05/21 10am-1.30pm

06/04 10am-1.30pm

06/11  10am-11.30pm

Practice 06/13-06/21 - Practice is one day, we sub-divide the class into smaller groups, you choose which day works best for your schedule and if there is not a slot available that day, you choose from the other practice days. Each practice day is about 4 hours total.

What our students say about the Dispatch training course:

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