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Next week is the BVRLA’s first online Vehicle Rental Operator Skills assessment, and there are still places available.
Rental Outlook Webinar with Arnold Clark Car & Van Rental, Sentinel Insurance Solutions, United Rental Group and Wagonex
During this 60-minute webinar, which took place in November 2020, BVRLA colleagues updated on current policy priorities and L&D offering, Sentinel Insurance Solutions provided an update on the latest insurance market trends, followed by a panel discussion with rental industry experts.
Over 60 people tuned in earlier today for the BVRLA’s Rental Industry Outlook webinar, chaired by Margaret Speirs, Operations Manager at Arnold Clark Car and Van Rental.
Next week, the BVRLA will give its rental members the chance to hear from a panel of key industry experts in a free Rental Outlook webinar taking place on 3 November.
BVRLA will provide its rental members with key industry insights in a free Rental Outlook webinar taking place on 3 November.
Rental members are being advised that face-to-face inspections are resuming and will be carried out by Prestige Fleet Servicing, from the AA.
Supporting Rental members during 2020 has never been so important, and the BVRLA's new online Rental Operator Skills accreditation is perfectly placed to reinforce this message for all rental colleagues whether they are employed, on furlough or have been recently made redundant.
Following successful lobbying by the BVRLA, the operators of the Tyne Tunnel, TT2 Ltd have agreed to accept representations for unpaid toll charge notices (UTCNs) from BVRLA members electronically.
The BVRLA’s new online version of the Certificate in Vehicle Rental Operator Skills is open to all delegates in November 2020.
The BVRLA’s online Certificate in Vehicle Rental Operator Skills, accredited by the Institute of Motor Industry, has been reduced in price to help support businesses looking to upskill or retrain staff.
The BVRLA, the UK trade body for the vehicle rental, leasing and fleet sectors, has reported signs of an uplift in demand from leisure customers as holidaymakers turn to rental firms for practical, affordable, flexible and clean vehicles this summer.