Posted On : 11th Jul, 2019
Fleet training organisation ICFM has announced details of its next prestigious tutor-led Diploma (Advanced Level) Programme and is urging members to sign-up.
The ICFM is dedicated to advancing the profession of car and light commercial fleet management. The successful completion of the Programme leads to the award of the prestigious ICFM Diploma in Car and LCV Fleet Management, an externally endorsed qualification and a key criterion towards attaining Fellowship of the Institute.
Presenting a significant development opportunity for fleet decision-makers, the Diploma (Advanced level) Programme is one of the most comprehensive learning platforms available to people engaged in the strategic management of a vehicle fleet.
It provides a more dedicated focus for those who seek to achieve the highest levels of professionalism and effective management skills involving their car and light commercial vehicle fleet operations.
The Programme is the industry-acknowledged standard for people seeking selection for a more strategic senior fleet management position.
The Diploma (Advanced Level) Programme comprises four two-day tutor-led advanced study modules, coupled with three role-based projects which are completed throughout the duration of the course covering an approximate 18-month period. The Programme concludes with a written dissertation following the completion of the last module.
Dates and course content for the four modules are: Module one (advanced interpersonal skills), October 15 and 16, 2019; module two (advanced vehicle acquisition and disposal), December 3 and 4, 2019; module three, advanced administration and control, March 10 and 11, 2020; module four (advanced finance), June 16 and 17, 2020.
The host venue for all modules is the new state-of-the-art training facility at the Tamworth headquarters of Jaama, the UK’s leading fleet and asset management software and risk management specialist.
ICFM qualifications are viewed as the de facto stamp of approval for employees with fleet responsibility whether as full-time professional fleet managers or as part of an HR, finance or procurement role. They are also increasingly being viewed as job-critical for employees working in the fleet service support arena, including at contract hire and leasing companies, fleet management organisations and in dealer-based corporate fleet departments.
To book a place on the ICFM’s next Diploma (Advanced Level) Programme email the ICFM Administration Hub at: firstname.lastname@example.org.