Master Course in Automobile Management & Vehicle Management

Automobile Management, Vehicle Management, Two Wheeler & Four wheeler Showroom management, Vehicle Service management

What you’ll learn

  • Learning the Introduction and importance of automobile and vehicle management 2.0
  • Understand the types, scope and industry standards for automobile and vehicle management
  • Learning the two wheeler and four wheeler show room management and maintenance.
  • Analzye the marketing strategy, eco-friendly vehicles & business plan of the automobile industry
  • An overview of Managing the service station for two wheelers and four wheelers & steps.
  • Learn how to become an automobile service engineer and showroom manager


  • Basic skills and knowledge of Automobile Industry, Vehicle Knowledge, Showroom sales knowledge.


Master course in Automobile management and vehicle management

Title: Streamlining Automobile Management and Vehicle Maintenance


Automobile management and vehicle maintenance are crucial aspects of ensuring smooth operations and maximizing the lifespan of vehicles. In today’s fast-paced world, efficient management practices are essential for businesses and individuals alike. This master course will explore the significance of automobile management and vehicle maintenance, highlighting key strategies and best practices that can be implemented to streamline operations and optimize performance.

I. Importance of Automobile Management:

II. Key Aspects of Automobile Management:

III. Vehicle Maintenance Best Practices:

Effective automobile management and vehicle maintenance are essential for optimizing operations, reducing costs, ensuring safety, and maximizing the lifespan of vehicles. By implementing strategies such as fleet tracking, preventive maintenance, fuel management, and driver training, organizations and individuals can streamline their automobile management processes and achieve greater efficiency. By adhering to best practices like regular inspections, proper documentation, following OEM recommendations, and integrating technology, vehicle maintenance can be simplified, leading to improved performance and longevity. Prioritizing automobile management and vehicle maintenance is a wise investment that yields long-term benefits and contributes to a sustainable transportation ecosystem.

The learning objectives of Automobile Management and Vehicle Management may vary depending on the specific course or program. However, here are some common learning objectives for each:

Learning Objectives of Automobile Management:

  1. Understanding the automotive industry: Gain knowledge of the structure, dynamics, and key players in the automobile industry, including manufacturers, suppliers, and dealers.
  2. Vehicle technology and systems: Learn about the various components and systems in an automobile, such as engines, transmissions, suspension, braking, and electrical systems.
  3. Automotive business management: Develop skills in managing automobile-related businesses, including sales, marketing, finance, and operations.
  4. Regulations and compliance: Understand the legal and regulatory aspects of the automotive industry, including safety standards, emissions regulations, and environmental considerations.
  5. Customer service and satisfaction: Learn techniques for providing excellent customer service and enhancing customer satisfaction in the automobile sector.
  6. Inventory management: Develop strategies for managing vehicle inventory effectively, optimizing stock levels, and minimizing costs.
  7. Automotive sales and negotiation: Acquire sales and negotiation skills specific to the automotive industry to effectively close deals and handle customer interactions.
  8. After-sales service and maintenance: Learn about the importance of after-sales support, maintenance services, and warranty management for customer retention.
  9. Business ethics and sustainability: Understand ethical considerations in the automotive business and the importance of sustainability in the context of the industry’s impact on the environment.

Learning Objectives of Vehicle Management:

  1. Vehicle maintenance and troubleshooting: Gain skills in identifying and diagnosing common vehicle issues, and learn maintenance best practices to ensure optimal vehicle performance.
  2. Fleet management: Understand the principles of managing a fleet of vehicles, including maintenance scheduling, cost control, and route optimization.
  3. Safety and risk management: Learn about the safety protocols and risk assessment measures required to ensure the safe operation of vehicles and reduce accidents.
  4. Vehicle tracking and telematics: Explore the use of telematics systems to monitor vehicle performance, track locations, and analyze data for efficient fleet management.
  5. Fuel efficiency and environmental impact: Understand techniques for improving fuel efficiency, reducing emissions, and implementing eco-friendly practices in vehicle operations.
  6. Compliance and regulations: Familiarize yourself with the legal requirements and regulations related to vehicle operation and transportation.
  7. Vehicle lifecycle management: Learn about the different stages of a vehicle’s life, including acquisition, operation, maintenance, and disposal.
  8. Cost optimization: Develop strategies to minimize operational costs, such as fuel expenses, maintenance costs, and insurance expenses.
  9. Adaptation to new technologies: Stay updated with the latest advancements in vehicle technology and how they can be integrated into fleet management practices.

It’s essential to note that these learning objectives can be adapted and expanded based on the level and focus of the course or program in Automobile Management or Vehicle Management.

In this master course, I would like to teach the 6 major topics

1. Introduction and importance of automobile and vehicle management 2.0

2. Types, scope and industry standards for automobile and vehicle management

3. Two wheeler and four wheeler show room management and maintenance.

4. Marketing strategy, eco-friendly vehicles & business plan of the automobile industry

5. Managing the service station for two wheelers and four wheelers & steps.

6. How to become an automobile service engineer and showroom manager

Who this course is for:

  • All UG and PG Mechanical & Automobile Engineering Students
  • Business students & Interested students to learn about the concepts of Automobile Management & Vehicle Management


Instructor: Dr. José J

“213,000 students + 1,21 million enrollments + 199 countries + 136 courses of Business, General Management and IT, Software and Systems Education and Media Studies

Teaching Experience:

Dr. Jose, Award-Winning Professor and Researcher, is a Senior researcher, Professor and subject-matter expert in Business, IT, Systems and Media Studies. He is also a Professor and Subject Matter Expert at UTEL University, Universidad Centro Panamericano de Estudios Superiores – Mexico, IBS BFSU (International Business School – Beijing Foreign Studies University), China, Honorary and Visiting professor of NGCEF, Australia, ISCIP Canada and Judge for Global Forum on Business Case Study.

Experience in Curriculum Design and Instructional Design :

He designed and developed more than five specialized postgraduate master degree courses for International Business School – Beijing Foreign Studies University. His expertise lies in the areas of organizational innovation, corporate entrepreneurship and learning. Dr. Jose is a highly experienced teacher and consultant with over 15 years of industry experience. He has worked as a business and technology consultant for more than 20 successful start-ups, and provided strategic planning and digital and IT management support to global clients. He has designed, developed, and hosted over 200+ corporate business websites since 2007. His graphic and web design work has won him more than 10 awards.

Teaching Topics Interests:

Since 2007, he has conducted, handled and supervised over 10,000 students and major training sessions covering Entrepreneurship Development and Business Management, Human Resource Management and Development (HRM), Marketing, Digital Marketing and Finance and Financial Markets. He also has extensive experience in Education, Psychology and Leadership and Personal Development. He is a regular Keynote Speaker at AEIC China, Whither Our Economies Lithuania and currently guiding five Ph.D. scholars for Business Administration and Computer Science Domains.

Research, Certifications and Publications:

He has completed over 30+ software, IT, and business certifications, including Brainbench and Adobe, Autodesk and Microsoft, Amazon AWS and IBM Statistics 101. Other certifications include Cisco Network Academy and Kaya Connect London.

He is an editor of Science Direct PLAS Journal, and a certified reviewer for Elsevier Clarivate Wiley, Springer Nature, and IOP Publishers. He has published over 50 research and review papers, 8-12 full case studies written by him alone and 4 book chapters as well as numerous book reviews and book chapters for independent international book publishers. He has more than 10 Research Articles listed in the WoS and Scopus listings. Google Scholar Citation is 60+ and Research Gate Score 234 with 38+ citations and 50000+ views. The European Alliance for Innovation Score is 16.

Awards and Honors :

Top funding project writer, Dr. Jose, received Top Researcher Award 2019, Best Ph.D. Theses Award 2018, Distinguished Scientist 2017, University Topper 2011-2012, 7 Times received FCB – Faculty Competency building Award (2011-2018), and Mr. Perfect Award in 2008.

Memberships and activities of international organizations:

He has 35+ international academic and professional body memberships, including IEEE, Oulu Entrepreneurship Society – Finland, Middle East Research Institute (MERI), International Entrepreneurs Association (IAA), Association of Strategic Marketing (AfSAE), National Science Teaching Association and ISPIM – International Society for Professional Innovation Management. He also serves as a volunteer for Scopus and Web of Science, and ABDC Indexed Journal’s editorial board member for over 30+ journals and has reviewed more than 200+ articles.

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