For fleet managers, CAFM certification demonstrates their skill and understanding of fleet operations.
To obtain the Certified Automotive Fleet Manager (CAFM) qualification, you must pass an examination. Passing this exam, according to NAFA, the organisation that oversees certification, enables fleet management professionals to better meet the challenges of the future arising from the management of their companies’ vehicles.
To help managers interested in obtaining this industry-recognised certification to pass the exam, NAFA is organizing eight live virtual preparation sessions over a three-week period, from 28 November to 13 December.
This CAFM Live will feature an immersion course of eight in-depth modules, as well as presentations of testimonials, studies and best practices from certified professionals to help participants prepare for the exam. Material and operations management, financial management, maintenance program management, risk management and resource development are all covered in three-hour blocks.
To register for these sessions, follow this link: Nafa.org/cafm-virtual.