Reducing Fleet Emissions

Reducing Fleet Emissions

Learn how to decrease your fleet fuel consumption

Introduction

During this 8 week part time face-to-face course you will learn strategies for reducing your fleet fuel consumption.
The aim is to help you get ahead of industry sector and government benchmarks and save your business substantial costs.
The course is specifically designed to show you the range of opportunities available to reduce fleet emissions including a specific focus on driving options, the differing characteristics of vehicles and the effect that vehicle emissions have both on the environment and human health.

Outcomes

These types of courses have been shown to have an impact on driver behaviour, with follow-up surveys showing that 89 per cent of drivers continue to follow the fuel efficiency practices they were taught one-and-a-half years later. Improvements in fuel efficiency can range from 0.5 per cent to 30 per cent, with an average improvement of 8.6 per cent.

Who should attend?

This course is especially suitable if you:

  • Have a role or business enterprise designed to support India’s Energy Conservation Act (2001 and 2010 amendment) and associated programs of the Bureau of Energy Efficiency
  • Are involved in energy auditing or thinking of becoming an energy auditor
  • Are involved in energy management or thinking of becoming an energy manager
  • Have a role or business enterprise designed to support work in the transport sector, National Green India and/or Sustainable Agriculture Mission

This course is especially relevant to energy managers, transport and transport asset managers, supervising drivers, maintenance and operations managers, procurement and supply chain managers. However if you are responsible for, or interested in improving energy consumption in your workplace with the goal of achieving significant energy cost savings you should attend this course.

Specific topics covered

  • A technical foundation of reducing emissions – With a focus on heavy vehicles but also including smaller fleet vehicles
  • Calculating the impact of vehicle modifications – How does the stream lining of the vehicle help
  • Vehicle maintenance – Make the most of what you have, running right is running for less
  • Driver behaviour – Engaging teams for on-going results
  • Emerging technologies – How best to stay across future developments
  • Purchasing criteria – How to make smart purchases when it’s time to upgrade

What to expect

You can complete the course in face-to-face classroom mode with in class web interface support. The face-to-face program runs 2.5 hours per week for 8 weeks.
Prior to the course you will receive some pre-reading material to aid in the discussion for your first day. Also on the first day, you will receive a Learner Guide (course manual) and assessment workbooks.
During the course you will complete workbook exercises and engage in group discussions on carbon accounting. The completion of these workbooks will form part of your final assessment should you choose to gain a Statement of Attainment by completing follow up assessment.
On completion of the classroom based components of the course you will receive a Certificate of Completion.

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