The CAFM certification program offers the most up-to-date fleet management education. Successful completion of the CAFM® program requires passing all eight disciplines within a three-year period. The eight disciplines are:
- Asset Management (AM)
- Business Management (BM)
- Financial Management (FM)
- Information Management (IM)
- Maintenance Management (MM)
- Professional Development (PD)
- Risk Management (RM)
- Vehicle Fuel Management (VFM)
The CAFM® program is open to any individual with at least one year experience in any fleet-related position, as well as those enrolled in a college or university program in a fleet-related course of study.
The Certified Automotive Fleet Specialist (CAFS®) program gives candidates the option of selecting four of eight disciplines based on their education or employment needs.
- Disciplines: Business Management, Maintenance Management, Risk Management, Professional Development, Asset Management, Financial Management, Information Management, Vehicle Fuel Management.
The CAFS® program is open to any individual with at least one year experience in any fleet-related position, as well as those enrolled in a college or university program in a fleet-related course of study. Those who successfully complete four disciplines are eligible to continue their studies in the remaining disciplines to earn their CAFM designation.
Both the CAFM® and CAFS® programs are self-study online programs. Candidates will receive access to online materials which contain reference materials, a study guide, and practice questions.
Obtain College Credit
CAFM® and CAFS® graduates may obtain college credit for their certification through Ferris State University (FSU) in Michigan, Georgian College in Barrie, Ontario and Ranken Technical College in Missouri.
The CAFM® program is eligible for 12 college credits, while the CAFS® program is eligible for six college credits.
For more information on getting College credit for your CAFM®/CAFS® designation, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Enrollment includes all self-study materials, resources, and online access, as well as webinars.
You must be a NAFA member to be entitled to the following enrollment fees:
- CAFM® Enrollment: $700
- CAFS® Enrollment: $500
If you are not a NAFA member, your enrollment fee options are:
- CAFM® Enrollment: $1,100
- CAFS® Enrollment: $750