Freight Broker Training for Home Study - New, Expanded, Revised

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Freight broker training as a Home Study Course has now become very affordable while still maintaining all the necessary comprehensive and detailed procedures to help clients set up their business, get their broker authority and learn all the nuts and bolts about brokering freight

John Thomas, owner and president of Atex Freight Broker Training, Inc. in El Paso, Texas announced today his new, comprehensive Home Study Course.

John states that he spent over one year revising and expanding his freight broker training program which includes handouts, video presentations and downloadable audio Mp3s.

John also states that some of the new additions to the training include more strategies on finding customers. "In this competitive business, a new freight broker has to learn where to go and where not to go in finding customers.

"If a freight broker is only going to the "traditional" resources to uncover customers, they are missing the boat. You HAVE to go where no one else is going.

"Once you uncover customers who are not being called by every other freight broker in the country, you start to carve out a niche for yourself and you virtually eliminate your competition".

While the business concept of freight brokering is simple, many individuals are overwhelmed with the numerous details and procedures. John states that "this is where we excel. By laying out a detailed, step-by-step program we simplify the entire process and help clients hit the road running in just several weeks".

In addition to the Home Study Course, John continues to offer his One-on-One telephone and Internet training for those who want personal interaction.

John has an extensive business background outside of freight brokering. John, a Certified Public Accountant by profession, has over twenty-five years working with small business start-ups.

To learn more about the Home Study Course, interested individuals may go to: http://www.atexfreightbrokertraining.com/AtexFBTrngMiniCourse.html

For other information, please contact John at 1-888-526-ATEX (2839) or you may visit his website at http://www.atexfreightbrokertraining.com or his blog at http://www.freightbrokeringblog.com

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