The Certification Content Committee shall be responsible for overseeing the CAFM certification program and for monitoring compliance with all applicable laws, rules, and regulations, as well as, with all applicable accreditation requirements. They should assist with approval of the body of knowledge serving as the basis for the certification program and for overseeing any related job analysis. The committee will be primarily responsible for all decision-making for all essential certification policies and activities.
- Ensure NAFA’s Certified Automotive Fleet Manager (CAFM) program accurately assesses relevant fleet management responsibilities in each identified domain.
- Identify study materials relating to the relevant fleet management responsibilities in each domain. Develop plans for consideration by the Board of Directors for creation of such material if none exists.
- Create study materials for relevant fleet management responsibilities designated for certification.
- Review reference guides and seminar/Boot Camp curriculum for each relevant area of fleet management designated for certification; recommend updates to the Board of Directors.
- Develop psychometrically sound exam and practice test questions for each domain.
- Encourage active participation on the committee.
- Attend Leadership Forum meetings.
- Communicate regularly with the reporting Director and staff liaison.
- Lead regularly scheduled meetings and conference calls to discuss progress and actions.
- Serve as key liaison between committee members and NAFA staff.
- Work with NAFA staff to ensure participation, and equal sharing of workload, by committee members.
- Work with NAFA staff to prepare draft reports on project status for the Board.
- Serve as a Member of the I&E Curriculum Committee.
Michael G. Wilson, CAFM
Fleet Services Manager
Iowa State University Transportation Services
Vice Chair – Regular Member
Larissa M. Clinard, CAFM
J.F. Ahern Co.
Fond Du Lac, WI
Manager, Business Intelligence & Analytics