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Upsurge in course registrations reflects recovery, says Fleet Audits

A clear sign of recovering confidence in some parts of the UK fleet market is highlighted through an increase in demand for training courses for fleet managers and administrators, according to Fleet Audits.

After a quiet year with relatively low training course demand, there has been a recent upsurge in interest, with bookings already made for the next course towards the end of November at the Best Western Frensham Pond Hotel, nr Farnham, Surrey.

That will be a ‘Basic Fleet Management’ level course on November 24 and 25 encompassing two full days’ tuition across all aspects of fleet operation. There will also be plenty opportunity for interaction among the delegates, where they share their knowledge of their own fleet circumstances.

Stewart Whyte, director of the Hampshire-based consultancy and principal tutor, said: “During the two days, the modules will cover the fundamentals of fleet, with plenty of discussion about the specifics of how to control and cut costs.

“We especially point out the quick wins - of which there can be many - as well as the longer-term savings which can be achieved.”

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