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The AIRSO National Fleet Driver Trainers Conference

10 July 2012

The AIRSO National Fleet Driver Trainers Conference will take place on 30th August 2012 at Hinckley Island Hotel, Leicestershire.

The programme will explore a range of issues with a series of presentations, interactive exercises and discussions, concentrating on what the trainer needs to know to deliver their product in an effective manner.

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