Shawbrook Tow Show seminar schedule announced
Longstanding recovery specialists and main show sponsors, Shawbrook Asset Finance are this year holding a series of seminars at their stand to further support operators and their businesses. The Dedicated to Recovery, Committed to Growth seminars which will be hosted on Shawbrook stand, B75 on both days of the show will cover a range of key business issues for operators nationwide.
You can just drop in to any seminar – no need to book or register – all four seminars are presented on the Thursday and Friday at the show – see you there!
10.45am – Investing in recovery, financing growth
by Karl Kirkpatrick of Shawbrook Asset Finance
Shawbrook regularly meets businesses looking to expand their fleet but their banks cannot provide the lending, especially where the machinery is more complex or it is a multiple asset purchase. Other operators mention delays with lenders evaluating assets by which time they’ve missed the deal. Shawbrook is committed to the recovery industry – come and find out how we can help your business grow.
12.15pm – Recovery under fire!
by WO1 (ASM) Gary Tucker MIVR of the Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers
Gary’s presentation will consist of what a Recovery Mechanic is and the training that they undertake followed by a short presentation on our new Recovery Training Wing at Lyneham. Lyneham is part of a 262 million pound project of which a significant amount is being invested in the recovery training area. He will also show how interactive learning programme which has drastically improved our training delivery which I believe could also be used within civilian industry.
2.15pm – Depot Health and Safety
by Tony Wood of C-All Business Services UK Ltd
Health and Safety – This should not be used as an excuse not to complete various tasks nor should it be neglected in the workplace. Our aim is to provide you with concise guidance on Health and Safety within the depot / work area to minimise non-compliance from a practical point of view and not to bog the business down with documentation.
3.45pm – IVR Global Training
by Nick Ovenden FIVR of the IVR
Many are unaware of the Institute of Vehicle Recovery’s worldwide coverage and the training it carries out globally. Nick Ovenden will discuss the international work and training that the IVR has been involved in, most recently in Africa and the Middle East. He will explain differing training facilities, recovery techniques and the vehicles involved while providing a general overview of the Institute’s membership abroad.