Registration for next NAFA Fleet Management Seminar closes today

NAFA will hold a Fleet Management Seminar (FMS) in Atlanta, GA, June 4-6, 2013, at the Atlanta Airport Marriott Gateway. The FMS is designed for new fleet professionals with less than five years of experience. 

Online registration closes on Wednesday, May 29.

The seminar includes:

  • A look at NAFA’s Competency Model – eight disciplines (Asset Management, Business Management, Financial Management, Fleet Information Management, Maintenance Management, Risk Management, Vehicle Fuel Management, and Professional Development) that comprise successful fleet management
  • Professional Development - Motivating Individuals and Groups, Communicating Effectively and Making Ethical Decisions
  • Asset Management - Understanding How Fleet Vehicles are Priced, Selected, Utilized and Remarketed
  • Maintenance Management - Determining Maintenance Programs and Staffing Levels and Understanding Basic Vehicle Components
  • Vehicle Fuel Management – Understanding Fuel Options and the Systems to Deliver Them
  • Fleet Information Management – Understanding IT  Terminology, System Implementation, Data Analysis and New Technologies for Fleets
  • Financial Management - Making the Lease-Purchase-Reimburse Decision, Understanding LCA and Budgeting for Fleet Replacement (Part I)
  • Business Management - Writing Fleet Policies, Evaluating RFPs and Understanding Business Law
  • Risk Management - Using Insurance, Driver Training and Crash Analysis to Manage Fleet Risks

Registration for the seminar is $770 for NAFA Members or $870 Non-Members.  Included with the registration fee is a special welcome reception where attendees can mingle with colleagues and discuss fleet topics in a relaxed setting.
For more information or to register online, visit


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