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NAFA on Track Toward a Record Number of CAFM Exams

September 12, 2008

PRINCETON, NJ – With more than a month left before the registration deadline, NAFA is poised to have a record number of participants take the CAFM exams on Oct. 20. NAFA Fleet Management Association Certified Automotive Fleet Manager (CAFM) program is designed to identify and recognize exceptional fleet management professionals. It is a fully accredited program, providing graduates 12 fully transferable college credits through Ferris State University.

In addition to ensuring that the person has a comprehensive knowledge of fleet management, the CAFM program requires an ongoing five-year recertification cycle.

CAFM exams are offered alongside major NAFA events such as the annual Institute & Expo and Board of Governors meetings and the Fleet Management Seminar. If a local exam is desired, NAFA will seek out available testing facilities in the candidate's area and arrange for a proctor to be on site to monitor the exam.

The NAFA CAFM program has more than tripled its number of participants in less than two years and is quickly heading toward having 1,000 active participants in the program. For more information, visit

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