CAFM Certification Program

CAFM Certification Program


The Certified Automotive Fleet Manager (CAFM) certification program offers the most current fleet management education for more than 35 years. Successful completion of the CAFM program requires passing all eight disciplines within a three-year period.

The eight disciplines are:

The Certified Automotive Fleet Manager (CAFM) is designed as a self-study program. It 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 course of study.  

The enhanced package includes three-four hours of recorded webinars (slides and audio) for each module.  


Program Materials

The CAFM program is a self-study online program. Candidates will receive access to online materials which contain reference materials, a study guide, and practice questions. 

Enrollment Fees

NAFA members:

  • CAFM Enrollment: $700
  • CAFM Enrollment with Boot Camp Webinars: $1,200
  • CAFM Enrollment: $1,300
  • CAFM Enrollment with Boot Camp Webinars: $1,800
Enrollment includes all self-study materials, resources, and online access, as well as webinars.
The difference between member and nonmember certification is $600. 
Since NAFA membership is only $499, it makes more sense to join NAFA and save $101.  


College Credit
Graduates of the CAFM program may obtain college credit for their certification through Ferris State University (FSU) in Michigan, Georgian College in Barrie, Ontario and Ranken Technical College in Missouri.
The CAFM program is eligible for 12 college credits while the CAFS program is eligible for six college credits.
The CAFM program is recognized for partial reimbursement by the Department of Veterans Affairs. Learn More. 
The CAFM is a recognized Certification by the Department of Labor. Learn More.
For more information on getting College credit for your CAFM/CAFS designation, please contact