The Chartered Institution of Highways & Transportation has launched a digital learning platform providing users with the skills they need to become improved professionals.
The simple to use platform features a wide range of digital courses related to highways and transportation infrastructure and services and includes paid-for and complementary courses and modules on sustainable transport, carbon literacy, professional ethics and equality, diversity and inclusion.
Fleets need to ensure they have access to accurate data in areas where costs are currently rising in order to adopt effective management strategies, FleetCheck is advising.
The fleet software specialist reports that it is seeing pressure on costs among its user base in a wide range of areas – including not just widely-publicised fuel pump prices but also service and maintenance, vehicle acquisition, insurance and more.
A roast dinner produces more CO2 than commuting to and from work.
It turns out that one of the nation’s favourite meals is the most unfriendly to the environment as the staple roast dinner produces just over 28,000g of carbon dioxide while cooking beef, potatoes, broccoli, carrots, and eggs, flour, and milk for the Yorkshire puddings, while on average, driving one mile releases 228g of CO2 which makes cooking a roast dinner every Sunday the equivalent of driving 123 miles once a week!
The UK Garage and Bodyshop Event at Birmingham’s NEC in June will offer garage and bodyshop technicians the chance to take home up to £5,000 of exclusive show deals and discounts on the latest tools and equipment.
The event is aimed at helping attendees grow their businesses and is therefore providing a multitude of free giveaways and competition prizes for them to get their hands on and put to use in their workshops.