Seven new corporate members joined the Association of Fleet Professionals (AFP) in the first two weeks of June, as interest in the new industry body continues to grow.
The Association of Fleet Professionals (AFP) is urging fleet managers to join one of its seven new committees to help influence the industry’s future.
Membership of the Association of Fleet Professionals (AFP) is now available through its new website.
Fleets and company car, van and truck drivers are being offered remote training to help maintain safety and compliance during the coronavirus pandemic.
The ICFM said it had taken the proactive approach to postpone all tutor-led training with immediate effect.
The new combined organisation aims to give fleet decision-makers ‘increased voice through combined strength’.
Seven leading fleet decision-makers have enrolled on ICFM’s tutor-led Diploma (Advanced Level) Programme to gain best practice insight on the challenges ahead.
By Paul Hollick, ICFM chairman
ICFM director Peter Eldridge sees the traditional role of fleet manager expanding more and more to include all forms of travel
ICFM director Peter Eldridge urges fleet managers to embrace the new world of BMaaS
Fleet training organisation ICFM has announced details of its tutor-led Diploma (advanced level) Programme for fleet managers.
Trade organisations have criticised aspects of the Government’s new benefit-in-kind tax regime, with ACFO describing it as “a token gesture” for the vast majority of company car drivers.
Don’t try to go it alone when framing policy. Be sure to include all the other fleet-responsible stakeholders, says Peter Eldridge, director, ICFM
Take a sophisticated approach to avoid misunderstandings in business communication, says ICFM director Peter Eldridge
ICFM has launched a new online distance learning course at the Intermediate Certificate level in car and LCV fleet management.
The latest Institute of Car Fleet Management (ICFM) graduates were recognised with a series of awards at the organisation’s conference in London, this week.
Fleet industry training organisation the ICFM is reminding members to register for its annual conference, which is being held on Tuesday, May 21, at Wembley Stadium in London.
The 2019 ICFM Annual Members’ Conference, entitled ‘Fleet resilience - Managing Uncertainty in the Current Climate’, will be held on May 21, at Wembley Stadium.
The Spring Statement has failed to deliver any clarity for the fleet and leasing industry over future tax rates.
ICFM's Peter Eldridge shines the spotlight on leadership and management skills, while asking why fleet managers are morphing into mobility.
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