Earn CAFM/CAFS Recertification Credits

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Continual professional development is essential for fleet managers to cope with rapidly changing conditions. To retain NAFA’s prestigious Certified Automotive Fleet Manager (CAFM) designation, the CAFM must accumulate 80 credits within five years and submit a completed NAFA CAFM Re-Certification Profile form. To retain the Certified Automotive Fleet Supervisor (CAFS) designation, the CAFS must accumulate 50 credits within five years and submit a completed NAFA CAFS Re-Certification Profile form.

NAFA has identified a variety of educational endeavors and leadership activities through which the NAFA CAFM/CAFS certifications may be maintained. The following are options to earn points through Agile's Content Development Program for Fleet Professionals. Please indicate your interest areas below and we will contact you with available opportunities.

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