by David Asker
8:37 AM, 13th August 2018, About 5 years ago
On 10th and 11th September we are sponsoring the IRRV Severnside and South West Association enforcement forums alongside Excel Civil Enforcement.
10th September – The Aztec Hotel in Bristol
11th September – The Mercure Southgate Hotel, Exeter
We will be covering a range of topics, and the forum will be followed by networking drinks. The event is free to all IRRV members and non-members.
To book a space please email email@example.com
As well as covering the following subjects, we will be on hand during the networking drinks to answer your questions and queries in relation to enforcement.
You may recognise Rob from the TV show, ‘The Sheriffs Are Coming’. Rob has starred in the show during recent seasons, 7 and is currently filming season 8.
Bringing over 10 years of Civil and High Court Enforcement experience, 5 years of which have been spent as an area manager. Rob has worked for both Excel Civil Enforcement and The Sheriffs Office and continues to manage enforcement teams in each company.
Rob is responsible for training, mentoring and guiding enforcement agents all over the UK, ensuring all enforcement agents act in accordance with the Taking Control of Goods Regulations 2014.
Before joining the enforcement Industry, Rob spent seven years in the army and was stationed in Northern Ireland during Holy Cross school riots and subsequent Orange Day parades.
Russel from The Sheriffs Office will give an insight into how local authorities and government organisations can use High Court enforcement, especially for the collection of sundry debts.
Russell has over 8 years’ experience, working within the High Court Enforcement Industry as a Key Account Manager. Working on a national scale, Russell manages High Court Enforcement Contracts for several Local Authorities, ranging from small district/ borough councils to large metropolitan councils and London Borough Councils.
In addition to his Taking Control of Goods Level 2 qualification, Russell has a degree level ‘Certificate of Banking’ which he gained during his 21 years working in the Banking Industry.
David will speak about why it is critical for both enforcement agents and creditors to understand the importance of recognising vulnerable debtors and deliver his quality marked workshop.
David was winner of Chartered Institute of Credit Management CICM Learning & Development Award 2018. David has over 25 Years of certificated Enforcement Agent experience, having shown a natural ability to lead and develop high performing teams, David was asked to take on his current role prior to the Taking Control of Goods Regulations 2014 coming into force. Not only does David deliver an exceptional range of regulated enforcement related qualifications and quality marked workshops, which count towards
Continuous Performance Development hours (CPD hours), he is also the course designer and author of all learning material. In addition, David is a qualified City & Guilds Trainer and Qualified Teacher (Further and Adult Education).
Find out more about Excel Civil Enforcement and the services they provide to both local and central government here.