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BVRLA will provide its rental members with key industry insights in a free Rental Outlook webinar taking place on 3 November.
The BVRLA has launched a new complaints management remote learning course to help support leasing broker members.
The BVRLA would like to hear from members of any size that would like to access the Government’s new Kickstart Scheme, launched in September to provide funds to firms giving jobs to young people.
The BVRLA’s popular Finance Essentials for the Automotive Industry course, now available online, has a new date of Wednesday 25 November.
Over 60 members tuned into today’s CV focussed Industry Outlook webinar.
What is the outlook for truck and van residual values? Will the prospect of a no-deal EU Exit and the imposition of tariffs on commercial vehicles lead to a surge in new registrations? What are the latest developments with Clean Air Zones? Which type of zero emission HGVs will operators be relying on in ten years-time?
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.
The BVRLA will continue its series of free Industry Outlook webinars on 13 October with a 60-minute commercial vehicle focused webinar.
The BVRLA’s instructor led online learning courses continue to gain excellent feedback from members.
Members who could not attend last week’s live event can now access the 60-minute webinar via the BVRLA website.
The BVRLA’s new online version of the Certificate in Vehicle Rental Operator Skills is open to all delegates in November 2020.
Assessing the condition of a vehicle at the end of a lease is fundamental to BVRLA members' business proposition. The BVRLA's Fair Wear & Tear Standard for Cars course is designed to teach anyone in the industry about the practical application of the Fair Wear & Tear Standard.