NAFA unveils 2024 educational offerings

NAFA unveils 2024 educational offerings

In-person or online, NAFA's list of courses aims to improve your fleet management capabilities.

NAFA Fleet Management Association shared its lineup of educational offerings for this year, which it says can assist fleet managers at every career stage. NAFA says it will be offering an array of programs, seminars, webinars and certification programs designed to address current challenges and emerging industry trends in 2024.

NAFA’s 2024 educational programs include (with descriptions by the company):

  • Safety Symposium: The Road to Safety (June 24-26) – Learn critical aspects of fleet safety programs, while getting insight into safety technology, policies, driver training, emerging legislation and trends.
  • Fleet Policy Workshop (October 7-9) – An interactive program to understand the best practices in fleet management policies.
  • CAFM Live, CAFM Virtual – Accelerated programs for Certified Automotive Fleet Manager (CAFM) certification and in-depth coverage of all eight CAFM certification modules.
  • Initiatives & Actions of the 100 Best Fleets Webinars – Insights into the top five success trends of the 100 Best Fleets and discover actionable initiatives for immediate implementation.

“Our goal is to provide a well-rounded education that equips individuals at every career stage with the knowledge and tools they need to succeed” said Bill Schankel, NAFA chief executive officer. “Whether you’re looking for foundational courses, advanced certifications or the latest industry insights, NAFA has you covered. We are excited to continue offering both familiar favorites and cutting-edge topics, ensuring our members stay ahead in an ever-evolving industry.”

See the full list of events here.

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