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Presentations are now available to download following the BVRLA’s recent Residual Value and Remarketing (RVR) hosted by BCA in Birmingham.
Over 54% of Leasing Brokers firms audited in the BVRLA’s 2019 programme so far were identified as having gaps in the training their staff had undertaken.
The BVRLA’s Your Introduction to Daily Rental course provides a solid foundation for the skills and knowledge required to work in a customer facing role in today’s daily vehicle rental sector.
The BVRLA internal audit programme has reported that a significant number of Rental and Leasing Broker members are using the incorrect BVRLA logo on promotional material.
Members are being reminded to stock up on VE103B certificates as people who were putting off trips abroad due to Brexit uncertainty may now decide to resume travel plans.
The BVRLA will be holding a live webinar on Wednesday 20 November to highlight the key features and benefits of the association’s e-Learning Platform.
The Government has signed an agreement with the BVRLA, the UK trade body for the vehicle rental and leasing sector, to act as an approved partner to monitor and assess compliance against its Rental Vehicle Security Scheme.
If you want to show your customers that you are leaders in your field and have the knowledge that backs this up, the BVRLA’s Certificate in Vehicle Rental Operator Skills is an accredited programme that recognises this knowledge.
The Introduction to the Daily Rental Industry course provides a solid foundation of the skills and knowledge required to work in the daily vehicle rental industry.
The Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency has published guidance on HGV daily checks for those businesses who use or rent commercial vehicles.
The BVRLA has updated the Child Restraints & Seatbelt Laws factsheet to include some advice to rental companies on what to do with child car seats involved in an accident.
The Department for Transport has issued some best practice guidance to help mitigate the threat of commercial vehicles being used as a weapon.