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Fuel Management for Fleet and Mobility Professionals


Online Bootcamp and Certificate Course

Effective fuel management is an integral part of fleet operations because fuel prices can fluctuate substantially due to many factors outside the organization. Since fuel is the second largest fleet vehicle expense, its management requires scrutiny to take advantage of every opportunity for minimizing costs and mitigating risk. Moreover, fleet managers must comply with environmental regulations regarding fuel.  The fleet manager should also know about alternative fuels and the technologies associated with them.

Duration: 2 weeks 
Fee: $399 | Discounted Member Rate: $349

Through this four-part course, participants will be able to:
Define the many vehicle fuel types, discuss the advantages and disadvantages of each. 
Analyze and discuss the full range of fuel delivery options.
Explain the legalities and regulations around USTs and ASTs. 
Identify the current technologies associated with various fuel and engine types. 
Implement best practices in Increasing fuel efficiency and decreasing emissions.

Through four live virtual sessions, participants will be able to engage in instructor-led lessons, questions and answers sessions, and have access to a knowledgeable expert. Upon conclusion of the four-part course, participants will gain access to the Vehicle Fuel Management Certificate program exam, a 50-question multiple-choice test that can be taken anytime, anywhere (system requirements apply).
Those who successfully pass the exam by August 31, 2023 will be awarded a Professional Certificate..

Course Inclusions:
NAFA’s Guide to Vehicle Fuel Management (159 pages)
Vehicle Fuel Management Study Guide
(4) 90 min live sessions (May 9, 11, 16 and 18))
(1) Online exam – must be completed by August 31, 2023 
Professional Certificate – upon passing of exam (optional)

Course Schedule:
Note: All live sessions are facilitated through Zoom on NAFA's online learning portal from 1:00 p.m. – 2:30 p.m. ET. Topic order subject to change.
Session 1: May 9 - Introduction & Fuel Types 
Session 2: May 11 - Fuel Delivery Systems
Session 3: May 16 - Fuel Storage Systems & Regulations 
Session 4: May 18 - Technology & Sustainability

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