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Always a popular course with members, one attendee explains how the BVRLA's Certificate in Fleet Management understands what a fleet manager faces.
The association’s e-Learning Platform is being used by over 1000 active learners from across 150+ member organisations as leasing brokers are starting to embed the system as part of their core training provision.
The association is calling on members to help shape the agenda for this year’s Industry Outlook Conference in December.
A popular course with members since 2008, the BVRLA's Certificate in Fleet Management autumn course, the last of 2019, is now available for sign up.
BVRLA members are reminded that the ACT counter-terrorism awareness training package is available for free via the BVRLA’s e-Learning Platform.
The BVRLA’s Introduction to the Fleet Industry course is designed to be part of members’ induction programmes, providing insights into the rental and leasing sector.
Members who’d like to share ideas about asset management and security matters, including counter terrorism awareness, are invited to attend this dedicated half-day forum in September.
The BVRLA hosted the ‘SM&CR: are you ready?’ training course last week, and delegates have been quick to provide their positive feedback.
Members are invited to register for a free fuel market webinar from Allstar Business Solutions and featuring Toby Poston, BVRLA Director of Communications and External Relations, who will be updating on WLTP and the latest tax changes.
The association’s practical Fair Wear & Tear training course focuses on the application of the BVRLA's Fair Wear & Tear Standards and Code of Conduct in a real-life scenario.
The BVRLA will be heading to Scotland later this year to host its popular ‘Introduction to Daily Rental’ course, which now also includes a module on Counter-Terrorism for Rental Firms.
Those who missed the 45-minute webinar can now to tune in to listen to it via the BVRLA’s YouTube channel and copies of the presentations are also available online.