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Freight Broker & Agent Training - Learn How to Broker Freight




Freight Movers School is pleased to be an Admissions Representative for the leading freight broker and agent training school in the country  ~  Transport Training of America, Inc.  If you are wanting to learn how to be a freight broker or a freight agent, you are in the right place!  TTA has the experience, knowledge, and reputation that you should be looking for in any freight broker training option.  Upon completion of your freight broker training with TTA, you will know exactly how to be a truck broker! 

Transport Training of America, Inc. is an Accredited Business with the Better Business Bureau with an A+ rating, and is licensed by the Department of Education as a Post Secondary Private Vocational School, and is also a Corporate Sponsor of Owner-Operator Independent Drivers Association (OOIDA).  Their business and training is provided in association with major industry leaders such as,, Pacific Financial Associates, Liberty National Financial, Transport Data Networks,, Ansonia Credit Data, and many more. 

TTA not only provides it's students with the best freight broker training available, but this freight broker school is also concerned with the available opportunities for its' students after graduation.  The freight broker training taught by TTA will show you exactly what you need to do in order to start your freight brokerage business and obtain all of the legal freight broker requirements, as well as do the job on a daily basis.  Upon completion of the freight broker training, you will be prepared to become a freight broker, owning your own business and working independently.  However, for those students that are wanting to become a freight agent before opening their own freight brokerage, Transport Training of America, Inc. is truly heads above the rest in helping to secure graduates a position as a freight agent in an affliate brokerage firm.  Each year, numerous freight brokerages request to interview graduates of TTA for freight agent positions.  TTA has secured freight agent placement, allowing you to work from your own home, and makes it available for all of its graduates.

Transport Training of America currently offers THREE different Freight Broker and Agent training courses.  TTA offers an in-classroom option appropriately named:  In-Depth Freight Broker Training.  The In-Depth Freight Broker class is approximately 32 clock hours of instruction taught over 4 days and utilizes instructor lecture and hands-on exercises to help students learn and retain the information.  TTA also offers two at home options for freight broker training.  For those students wanting to learn from home but still have live interaction with an instruction, the Quick Start Freight Broker Web Conference is a perfect option.  The web conference is a scheduled and live webinar lasting approximately 15 clock hours over 2 days and covers the same lecture topics as the In-Depth course.  Using web conference technology, students are able to interact with their instructor and the other students attending the course and students are able to see their instructor's computer screen from their own computer live.  As the instructor goes through the materials, uses the databases and tools, and moves through the course, the students will be watching it happen live.  If you like the option of at home learning, but your current schedule doesn't allow for you to attend a live course, the "Basics" Online Freight Broker Training course is a great option.  The online course is a work at your own pace internet class that is simply a recording of the Quick Start Web Conference class.  Students attending the "Basics" Online course get the same lecture, materials, and information as the Quick Start, but it is pre-recorded which allows the students to "attend" the class at their own convenience.  TTA’s instructors have a combined experience of over 30 years in the Transportation Industry and hold at least Bachelor’s degrees with extensive classroom teaching experience.   TTA requires its' instructors to be actively involved in brokering freight and to have experience teaching at licensed or accredited schools. 

Transport Training of America, Inc. has freight broker and agent training class locations in the Atlanta, GA and Dallas, TX areas.  TTA is also capable of coming to your business and providing customized on site freight broker and agent training.  Ask for details!

Along with the freight broker training courses, this freight broker school has available for purchase a few different downloadable training guides, broker forms and contracts in edit format, and freight broker software subscriptions.  TTA also offers filing services for clients wanting a professional to complete their broker or carrier authority filings, Unified Carrier Registrations, BOC-3 filings, and more.

Transport Training of America, Inc. is approved for many state Workforce Investment Act (WIA) and Vocational Rehab programs to receive funding for qualified students.  TTA also honors those veterans of the U.S. Military with a special discount on its training courses.

For more information on TTA’s different training courses, materials, and services, CLICK HERE.

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To get more information in regards to the freight broker training courses offered by TTA, please complete the form below.  Please note, TTA does not mail out information.  All information is given by phone or email.  Once you submit this form an Admissions Counselor will contact you within 24 business hours.  School hours are Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 5:00pm Central Time.  Offices are also closed on all major holidays.

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