VIC Professional Development Forum – 21st March 2019 Session



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Victorian Professional Development Forum

The Australasian Fleet Management Association organises a Professional Development Forum program for Victoria throughout 2018. These forums are an ideal way of staying in touch and with fellow fleet managers, connecting with potential clients, entertaining and reaffirming existing clients or taking the first step in discovering what it is like to be an AfMA Member.

Who Should Attend

Fleet managers, fleet coordinators, fleet administrators and any individual working to manage an organisations vehicles. You should also bring your upper management team, so they’ll be aware of the issues you face and need to plan for in the future.

Come an hear from experts in their field and they will share their knowledge, Road Crime Investigations by Stuart McGregor from Victoria Police.

Topic 1 – The Dangers of Low Level Speeding and the Contribution it Makes to Road Trauma

Presented by: Stuart McGregor | Detective Inspector Road Crime Investigations | Victoria Police.

Being “a good driver” will not stop you or one of your workers dying or killing another road user in a fleet vehicle collision. We have all heard the catch-cry “speed kills” but what is the evidence and what does it mean to the average driver who just goes a little over the speed limit.
Victoria Police’s Stuart McGregor will share his knowledge in this field and his experience from leading Road Crime Investigations

Topic 2 – ACA Research will speak on their findings to the Corporate Fleet Insight Report.

Presented by: Dr Steve Nuttall | Head of Automotive Research | ACA Research 

Steve is a highly experienced research analyst who, over the last 25 years, has worked globally advising clients in the automotive, telecommunications, financial services and technology industries. He leads the ACA Research automotive practice providing strategic insights to leading OEMs and aftermarket suppliers.

In his presentation, Steve will be providing the findings from the ACA Research Corporate Fleet Insights report which is sponsored by AFMA. The presentation will cover:

  • The size of the market and prospects for growth
  • The use of finance to purchase company vehicles and satisfaction with finance lender performance
  • The take up of novated lease products and satisfaction with novated lease providers
  • Awareness of new international accounting standards and the impact this is likely to have on fleet management

Steve has a keen interest in understanding how the automotive sector is being disrupted by the digital revolution and how this is transforming the way organisations do business with their customers. This is a not-to-be-missed presentation for any fleet manager or professional wanting to stay ahead of upcoming changes within the automotive industry.


Customer Insights Centre (CIC),

Level 1, 242 Exhibition Street

Melbourne VIC 3000

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12.00pm – Registration, Networking and light refreshments

12.25pm – 2.00pm – Lunch and Professional Development Session

Speaker 1 Bio – Stuart McGregor | Detective Inspector Road Crime Investigations | Victoria Police.

Stuart is the Detective Inspector in charge of Road Crime Investigations which includes the Major Collision Investigations Units, Heavy Vehicle Unit and the Heavy Vehicle Crime Investigation Unit.

In 2010 Stuart took on the inspector’s role in the newly developed Road Policing Strategy Division, building a team of experts and delivering projects, plans and strategies designed to reduce trauma on Victorian roads.  Stuart’s current position allows him to draw upon his extensive operational, investigative and corporate background to ensure investigators are supported and resourced to build upon their already outstanding work and making our roads safer.

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