A new comprehensive one-day Fleet Management Essentials (O Licence) course has been launched in association with CILT for fleet management and supervisory staff working to achieve Operator Licence undertakings. The course equips delegates with the knowledge and skills required to effectively perform the duties of the formally appointed ‘responsible person’, maintaining continuous and effective control of the fleet operation as required by M3 of the FORS Bronze Standard.
The course provides an overview of good fleet management principles, the Operator Licensing system and the FORS Standard. It is the first fleet management course that aligns the undertakings of the Operator Licence with the requirements of the FORS Standard ensuring an effective and valuable learning experience.
The course is appropriate for:
- Existing goods and passenger CPC holders requiring an update on current legislation and industry good practice
- Managers and supervisors preparing to undertake the transport management CPC qualification
- Managers and supervisors responsible for running Restricted Operator licensed fleets
- Transport office staff employed to support Operator Licence undertakings such as records maintenance, tasking drivers, allocating vehicles etc
There is a formal open book written assessment at the end of this training course. Successful completion of the assessment leads to the ‘Certificate in Fleet Management Essentials (O Licence Operations)’. This is awarded by the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT) in association with FORS.
The first course will be held on Tuesday 30 May 2017 in Croydon, Surrey – to book your place, please click here.