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The Certified Automotive Fleet Manager (CAFM) program is divided into eight disclipines, covering the essential core competencies of fleet management. The CAFM certification is the highest designation a person can earn through the program. The CAFM designation entails mastering the eight (8) core disciplines of fleet management. This program is self study through online study guides and practice exams.
- Asset Management
- Fleet Information Management
- Maintenance Management
- Professional Development
- Business Management
- Financial Management
- Risk Management
- Vehicle Fuel Management
ENROLLMENT PERIOD & EXTENSIONS
Inital registration in the full CAFM program is for three (3) years. Candidates are expected to pass all eight disciplines within three years of enrollment. Candidates enrolled in the full CAFM Program for three years may apply for up to two (2) one year extensions but only if they have registered for and taken at least one exam during the previous twelve (12) months.
Participants must pass the designated number of exams in order to be certified. To earn the CAFM designation, participants must pass eight exams. Individuals may register to take as many or as few exams as they would like during an exam sitting. Participants have three (3) years to take and pass the required number of exams. Participants register and pay for exams as they are ready to take such exams. Individuals must pre-register and pay for exams in advance - walk-ins are not accepted. Member fee for each exam sitting is $200.
The Certification Program has partnered with Computer Assisted Testing Service, Inc (Comira) to offer computer-based testing. Comira offers hundreds of test center locations which should allow more convenient options for participants. Students will benefit by having the ability to choose when to test and by receiving real-time exam results. Paper based testing will continue to be available at industry events and for students outside the limits of a Comira testing center.
In order to keep the CAFM designation and to ensure the continuing education of those with the designation, the program requires requires recertification every five (5) years. All CAFM graduates receive information about all recertification requirement immediately following graduation. They will be given a recertification package to help keep track of their activities.
WHO CAN ENROLL & COLLEGE CREDITS
Fleet professionals or college students may enroll as candidates for certification. Those who successfully complete the CAFM Program will be able to apply for college credits from Ferris State University (FSU) in Michigan, Georgian College in Barrie, Ontario, or Ranken Technical College in Missouri. The CAFM designation is eligible for twelve (12) college credits.
HOW TO ENROLL
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