We train agents on industry terms, how to get a freight broker license and the rules and regulations of the industry.
Freight broker class training consisting of our Online Freight Broker Training through our cutting-edge Learning Management System. Our Freight Broker License Training Guide was written by members of our load board and a group of experienced freight brokers in the industry, who have a combined total of 15 years of knowledge and experience in the trucking industry.
Our training guide provides you with all of the information you need to become a freight broker or an agent as well as the step-by-step process by which to move freight, find drivers as well as how to use the carrier agreement forms provided.
People who enjoy an ever-changing and fast-paced work environment may want to consider a career as a freight broker. Brokers arrange transportation for shipments, negotiate prices for the service and communicate with their clients along the shipment’s journey. Freight brokers must have a license and insurance, and they can oversee freight agents, who do not have licenses or insurance and work as independent contractors. Agents are typically responsible for managing sales and finding the proper carrier for each shipment.
Requirements for Becoming a Freight Broker in Georgia
Freight brokers in Georgia must meet the standard federal guidelines to legally work in the state. Georgia does not require any additional state-level qualifications. Freight brokers should have a high school diploma or equivalent, with contingent cargo insurance, liability insurance, and a $75,000 surety bond.
Some brokers may find it helpful to enroll in a training program, particularly if they are new to the industry. However, no formal schooling beyond a high school diploma is required.
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