Atex Freight Broker Training Adds Yet Another Dimension to its Curriculum

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First the telephone, then the Internet, now Live!

Going into its seventh year of providing comprehensive freight broker training via telephone and Internet, Atex Freight Broker Training, Inc. today announced their new service of conducting live classes in El Paso, Texas.

John D. Thomas, president of Atex Freight Broker Training, Inc. explained that the several types of training programs currently offered, including the premium package with unlimited support as well as the home study version, will continue to be offered. However, the live classes in El Paso will fill the need for those seeking even more involvement. Each type of current telephone and Internet training has involved some degree of personal, interactive, one-on-one interaction but the live sessions in El Paso will be the icing on the cake.

John goes on to state that the number of inquiries he receives regarding a desire for live, classroom training in El Paso is too important to ignore. "So, we have set up a program for those seeking even more personal attention. The live training in El Paso will be custom-tailored to clients with the completion of a questionnaire that is required prior to beginning classes. This questionnaire will allow us to focus on the specific needs and desires of each client instead of treating everyone with the same menu".

Further, each class will be limited to just 4 individuals. Two powerful incentives that should appeal to the client base include the facts that clients can select their own training dates for the two and one-half day sessions. Plus, each participant is invited to bring their spouse or a partner free of charge.

"There is no other training like this", adds John, "as we provide a comprehensive training manual, various handouts, video presentations plus the rigorous, interactive training that is offered to each client".

"Clients come from a variety of backgrounds with most coming out of the trucking or logistics industries. This is a great way for trucking companies to add another profit center to their trucking business or to replace their driving for those truckers who want to get off the road for one reason or another."

John states that "My previous freight broker experience plus the 25 years of working with small business start ups create a demand from those seeking effective and realistic solutions in their quest to become freight brokers.

Freight brokers arrange for the transportation of cargo by contacting shippers who are seeking to move their goods. These shippers can come from any industry including manufacturing, wholesale, distributors, produce growers and just about every other commodity under the sun. The freight broker builds a base of carriers who want to move cargo and the freight broker receives a commission for his or her matchmaking skills.

"This industry is competitive and difficult probably because the business concept is so simple. Yet there are many details and procedures that need to be learned and done in a certain sequence. Those trying to learn this on their own are usually in for a surprise and the result is a high turn over. Especially for those without proper training or experience".

Atex Freight Broker Training, Inc. is a one-stop-shop headquartered in El Paso, Texas. To learn more about the live classroom sessions in El Paso, go to:

John may be reached at 1-888-526-ATEX (2839)


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