2020 Virtual Fleet Management Workshop


2020 Virtual Fleet Management Workshop

Given the Covid-19 pandemic and its impact on travel and face to face meetings, IPWEA has decided to replace the normal series of workshops around regional centres and capital cities with a Virtual Fleet Management Workshop available to everyone.

The Virtual Fleet Management Workshop will include a mix of interactive professional development sessions and industry briefings in an easy to access on-line format. You will still be able to participate and ask questions of the presenters from the comfort of your office or home.


  • Improve plant & vehicle management practice
  • Provide an update on the latest trends in plant and vehicle fleet management
  • Provide professional development
  • Keeping people connected

Who Should Attend

Fleet Practitioners, Plant & Fleet Managers, Fleet Officers, Works & Parks Supervisors, Workshop Supervisors, Works Engineers, Asset Managers, and Procurement Officers - anyone working with plant or fleet within their organisation.

Sponsorship Opportunities

Why sponsor? View our virtual fleet management workshops sponsorship opportunities

Workshop Partner


Webinar Details

Date & Time

Tuesday, 10 November 2020
9 am - 3:45 pm AEDT

Price (ex GST)

Fleet subscriber $295/person | Non-subscriber $395/person

CPD Points
6 hours

View program outline (pdf)

Plant & Vehicle Management Manual

Find out more

Contact Us

For more information about this workshop, please contact us:

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