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Prepare for the year ahead with FTA Transport Manager 2015

FTA Transport Manager 2015

Freight Transport Association announces venues and dates for nationwide Transport Manager conferences

THE Freight Transport Association’s (FTA) Transport Manager series of one-day conferences will hit the road again throughout the UK from September to December 2015.

Attendees will be fully briefed on compliance issues, operational efficiency, vehicle and fleet efficiency, driver management and recruitment and retention, and will take away with them a clear action plan from each conference session, plus increased knowledge and confidence in their plans for 2016.

The programme for Transport Manager 2015 will include: a keynote speech by the local Traffic Commissioner; and presentations by the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA), Highways England and Transport Focus.

Venues and dates for FTA Transport Manager 2015 are: 9 September, Brands Hatch, Kent; 16 September, Harrogate; 23 September, Warrington; 30 September, Slough; 7 October, Taunton; 14 October, Peterborough; 21 October, Chepstow; 28 October, Dunblane (venue and date may change); 4 November, Durham; 11 November, Sheffield; 18 November, Southampton; and 2 December, Kenilworth, near Coventry.

For further information call the FTA Member Service Centre on tel: 08717 112222; or visit: www.fta.co.uk.

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FTA's nationwide Transport Manager Conference series is set to hit the road again in autumn 2015, preparing transport managers and those in charge of road transport fleets for the year ahead.

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