The Center for Professional Fleet Certification currently endorses the following individual certification programs:
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:
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 discipline.
The Certified Automotive Fleet Specialist (CAFS) program gives candidates the option of selecting one of three discipline sets based on their education or employment needs.
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 discipline. Those who successfully complete a discipline set are eligible to continue their studies in the remaining disciplines to earn their CAFM designation.
Program Delivery Materials
Both the CAFM and CAFS programs are self-study online programs. Candidates will receive access to online materials which contains reference materials, a study guide, and practice questions.
Obtain College Credit
Both CAFM and CAFS graduates may obtain college credit for their certification through Ferris State University (FSU) in Michigan and Ranken Technical College in Missouri.
The CAFM program is eligible for 12 college credits, while Discipline Set Three of the CAFS program is eligible for six college credits.
Click here to review details on the college credit program, including application instructions and forms.
Enrollment includes all self-study materials, resources, and online access, as well as frequent webinars. You may enroll in the CAFM or CAFS program only, or purchase a “package” that includes two exam sittings.
You must be a member of a CPFC member organization to be entitled to the following enrollment fees:
Click here for a list of CPFC member organizations.
If you are not a member of a CPFC member organization, your enrollment fee options are:
Cerritos College Becomes First West Coast School To Offer NAFA's CAFM Courses
Cerritos College, a two-year institution which boasts one of the finest automotive programs in the United States, is the latest school to include NAFA's Certified Automotive Fleet Manager (CAFM) courses in its curriculum. click here
LeasePlan CEO Michael Pitcher Named Center For Professional Fleet Certification (CPFC) Chair
In February, LeasePlan CEO Michael Pitcher was named Chair of NAFA's Center For Professional Fleet Certification (CPFC) Board. NAFA's Executive Director Phillip E. Russo, CAE said "NAFA is very proud to have someone of Mike's caliber leading the CPFC". click here
NAFA Enters Endorsement Agreement With NTEA
The NTEA (Association for the Work Truck Industry) has joined a growing list of organizations who endorse NAFA’s CAFM program as the standard of excellence for fleet management education. click here
Monday, December 8, 2014