2020 Certification Mini-Boot Camps Registration

2020 Certification Mini-Boot Camps Registration


Register for NAFA's 2020 Mini-Boot Camps

Please select the link below to view the Kick Start Introduction Session then make a selection and register for the individual Fleet Discipline Mini-Boot Camps that are of interest to you.
 

CAFM Kick Start Introduction Session

Date: 4/6/2020 @ 1:00 pm ET

View the Kick Start Introduction Session


 

CAFM Asset Management

Instructors: Kate Vigneau, CAFM and Mike Wilson, CAFM
 
Fleet Managers are asset managers. As such, they are tasked with Asset Management responsibilities that include vehicle selection, procurement, commissioning, disposal, remarketing and decommissioning. Because fleet assets and costs related to these assets often represent a significant portion of an organization's net value and operating expenses, fleet managers that are skilled in Asset Management can significantly improve an organization's profitability and/or cost effectiveness.
 
You will learn:
  • How to develop effective vehicle selector lists.
  • The key elements in developing vehicle specifications.
 

CAFM Business Management

Instructor: Kate Vigneau, CAFM
 
Fleet management is a subset of the wider discipline of business management. Fleet managers must therefore have a good understanding of common business practices including the regulatory and legal environment, writing skills, the Request for Proposal (RFP), and creating fleet policies. Even though many organizations have specialists to assist fleet managers in these specific domains, there is significant value to fleet managers understanding these issues.
 
You will learn:
  • Business law terminology and concepts.
 

CAFM Financial Management

Instructors: Kate Vigneau, CAFM and Larissa Clinard, CAFM
 
While many organizations have an accounting department for handling finances, fleet managers must have some knowledge of the financial issues that affect their fleets. Such financial issues may include financial analysis of various acquisition options, ability to conduct a lifecycle analysis, basic accounting principles,  and preparing and implementing a fleet budget. 
 
You will learn:
  • Lifecycle Cost Analysis (LCA) conduct and application.

Register for the Financial Management Mini-Boot Camp

 

CAFM Information Management

Instructors: TBA
 
Even though many organizations have an information technology (IT) staff to assist fleet managers, there is significant value to fleet managers understanding the basic IT issues. With a general knowledge of IT, fleet managers can then intelligently interact with their support staff to solve problems and enhance IT functionality. 
 
You will learn: 
  • The various components and protocols of data networks and participating in their planning and response tuning.
  • Telematics use cases.

Register for the Information Management Mini-Boot Camp

 

CAFM Maintenance Management

Date: 7/21/2020

Instructors: Kate Vigneau, CAFM and Gary Lentsch, CAFM
 
Vehicle maintenance directly impacts productivity, driver satisfaction, corporate image, safety, environmental compliance, and the financial bottom line. It is important to be able to plan the right mix of in-house and outsourced maintenance personnel, drivers, and management. 
 
You will learn:
  • Inventory management- the importance of effective materials management.
  • Optimum garage staffing.

Register for the Maintenance Management Mini-Boot Camp

 

CAFM Professional Development

Date: 8/11/2020

Instructors: Kate Vigneau, CAFM and Brian Boyd, CAFM
 
Professional development is an important area that deserves attention from all fleet professionals. In a competitive business environment, a commitment to personal and professional development is not only encouraged, but essential. 
 
You will learn:
  • Development of communication skills and the use of the case study format.
  • Practical applications of ethics in a fleet environment.

Register for the Professional Management Mini-Boot Camp

 

CAFM Vehicle Fuel Management

Date: 9/1/2020

Instructors: Jakob Cormier, CAFM and Gary Lentsch, CAFM
 
Effective fuel management is an integral part of a fleet manager’s responsibilities. The Vehicle Fuel Management competencies deal with conventional and alternative fuel expertise. In-house programs, commercial fuel programs, and regulatory requirements will also be explored.
 
You will learn:
  • Federal regulations regarding underground storage tanks and above-ground storage tanks.
  • The basics of conventional and alternative fuels.

Register for the Vehicle Fuel Management Mini-Boot Camp


The 8th discipline, Risk Management (Updated in March, 2020), will be offered as a full Boot Camp prior to the rescheduled Institute and Expo. A scheduled date will be forthcoming.