Fleet Vehicle Management Introductory

Fleet Vehicle Management - Introductory

Designed specifically for new entrants to the Fleet Industry, this course enables participants to develop their understanding of fleet vehicle management and understand what is involved in developing a fleet policy.

The Introductory course sets the industry standard for day-to-day management of vehicle fleets and you will receive a course completion certificate from the The Association of Fleet Professionals following submission and assessment of your course assignment.

In addition to providing a background regarding the evolution of fleet vehicle management, the programme will enable new entrants to understand what is involved in developing a fleet policy that supports a complex fleet operation.

Who should attend?

This course is recommended for anyone who is new to the Fleet industry or developing in their role, and is suitable for both Fleet Operators and Fleet Support Providers.  

You may have direct responsibility for the fleet operation or involvement as an HR or Finance team member, or work in a customer facing role for a service provider. 

It is also a helpful refresher for those returning to a fleet role, who wish to bring their knowledge and skills up to date in an ever-changing market place. 

Course delivery:  

Self-paced online learning.   

We recommend allocating around 12 hours of study to complete this course, but this will vary from learner to learner.   

We are here to help, so please do get in touch during your course if you have a question or would appreciate some support!  

Fleet Vehicle Management - Introductory
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    Course Overview & Learning Outcomes:

    • Evolution of fleet vehicle management 
    • Understanding alternative vehicle fuels 
    • Key elements of a vehicle fleet policy 
    • Vehicle manufacturers and distribution 
    • Vehicle supply and disposal options 
    • Managing vehicle assets 

    Course attendees will be able to:

    • Understand the evolution and landscape of fleet vehicle management 
    • Identify the key competence standards that apply to effective and efficient fleet vehicle management and administration 
    • Define the main elements contained in a fleet policy 
    • Describe the scope of fleet vehicle management, its challenges and future considerations 
    • Identify the various methods of fleet funding and their application 

    Cost of course: 

    • £99 course fee – members 
    • £149 course fee – non members 

    You do not need to join as a member to purchase this course, but with membership starting at £99 we would encourage you to find out more about our membership benefits. 

    If you wish to take part in the job-based assignment and have this work marked by our assessor (and receive the certificate) then you need to be a member. You can undertake the course and make this decision at any time.  The membership fee will then be reduced by £50 to take into consideration the non-member higher fee you paid for the training course

    Getting started: 

    If you are ready to get started you can book here and pay for your course today and we’ll send you a personal login ID to gain access to your online learning. 

    We are here to answer any queries so please get in touch with questions about the course, before you book or once you have started your course.  It might be online learning but our team have a wealth of experience in fleet vehicle management and are happy to support your development. 

    Programme Delivery

    The Introductory Certificate Programme is available in a single format as an On-Line training solution and involves circa 12 hours of study, with the option to ‘park’ and resume as required.

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