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Qualifications - The road to fleet management success

For those who wish to further their career through learning and development and gain professional recognition, the ICFM offers three qualification levels:

Introductory Programme leading to the Introductory Certificate in Car Fleet Management

The Introductory Programme caters for the training and development needs of new or relatively recent entrants to the car fleet function, in administrative, sales or service delivery roles. There is the option of an ‘On-line' or ‘Flexible Learning Programme' (CD-ROM or hard copy formats) plus, where there is sufficient demand, a trainer-led ‘Key Start' programme.

Intermediate Programme leading to the Certificate in Car Fleet Management

The Intermediate Programme covers the basic principles underpinning effective fleet management at an operational level and is designed to meet the core needs of fleet administrators, managers and service support providers responsible for the effective identification and delivery of either some or all fleet policy elements. There is the option of a tutor-led ‘Fast Track' or ‘Flexible Learning Programme' (CD-ROM or hard copy formats).

Advanced Programme leading to the Diploma in Car Fleet Management

The Advanced Programme covers advanced techniques, skills and knowledge required for the strategic and operational management of the entire fleet function and provides an opportunity for experienced fleet practitioners to develop their existing competence base. This is a tutor-led programme.

Programmes at all three levels are externally moderated and endorsed by the Institute of Leadership & Management (ILM), part of the City & Guilds Group.


Latest Update 10-3-17

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Fleet News Article

Managing the fleet in-house is important in a company where the chief executive likes his staff to be hands-on, trained and knowledgeable

The role of a fleet manager is set for the biggest shake up in 20 years, according to ICFM, the sector’s education and qualifications body, as the worlds of travel, payment and fleet rapidly collide.

Decision-makers need to prepare for electric vehicles, driverless cars, smart payments and multi-modal transport while nurturing the next generation. This is where professional training can help.

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