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Keyfleet's Jenny Cook achieves second tier ICFM qualification

Jenny Cook A.M.I.C.F.M. Assoc. CIPD, fleet manager at KeyFleet, has achieved her second tier of qualification through the Institute of Car Fleet Management.

KeyFleet, the Lancashire based fleet management firm, introduced the ICFM qualifications for all staff last year with Jenny making the most progress in her studies to date.

One of two KeyFleet staff to have achieved the level 2 qualification with ICFM, Cook said: “I relish the opportunity to develop new skills and really use my knowledge to drive efficiencies for my fleet clients as part of KeyFleet’s ‘Manager’ service.”

Marc Mcloughlin, MD at KeyFleet, added: “Jenny really has set the standard of learning within KeyFleet and we hope this personal accolade spells out our credentials as a business capable of setting the standard for SME fleet management.”


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