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CFFA

Certified Federal Fleet Administrator

 

Course Fee -

NPMA Member Rate: $1,510.00

Non-Member Rate: $2,035.00

All exam/administrative/application fees are included in the overall registration fee. 

 

To find a full list of classes being held across the country, click here!

 

CFFA ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS

  1. CFFA Certification is available to NPMA members and non-members who work in the Fleet Management field. Membership is not required to participate. 
  2. Have an active Certified Federal Fleet Specialist (CFFS)
  3. Have an approved Work Experience Summary.
  4. Have worked in the area of fleet management for at least one year of the associated functional areas.

The CFFA expires five years from the date of issue. 

 

Effective 2020 
  • The CFFA exam is one 75-question multiple choice exam with a 120 minute time limit. 
  • Exams will be administered by Kryterion outside the classroom environment. 
  • Review exam requirements on Exam Administration webpage.
  • NPMA and Mercury Associates will not be responsible for providing internet service. 

 

IMPORTANT NOTE: Late exam cancellations/reschedules will result in a "late fee." The fee is paid by you to Kryterion. 

  • Online Proctored exams are late if within 24-hours of the scheduled exam
  • Test Center exams are late if within 72-hours of schedule exam 

 

Course Information

This course aims to provide level of knowledge for people who perform fleet management duties, either part time or full time, at the mid-organization level. The course presents new material and expands upon concepts covered in the Certified Federal Fleet Specialist (CFFS) course, such as environmental Executive Order requirements, understanding fleet costs, and the use of fleet data and performance indicators to improve performance. The following subjects are covered:

 

FF#4: Intermediate Fleet Management  (8 hours)

  1. Fleet Manager Responsibilities
  2.  American Society for Testing & Materials (ASTM) International Fleet Management Standard
  3. Government Accountability Office (GAO) Reports
  4. Executive Order (EO) 13834
  5. Fleet Telematics
  6. Fleet Management Information Systems (FMISs)
  7. Federal Fleet Systems
  8. Electric Vehicles and Charging Stations
  9. Understanding Fleet Costs
  10. Vehicle Acquisition
  11. Specifying and Ordering
  12. Lease vs. Buy Analysis
  13. Upfitting and In-Processing
  14. Vehicle Operation
  15. Vehicle Maintenance
  16. Decommissioning and Disposal
  17. Fleet Policies and Procedures
  18. Basics of Contracting
  19. Data Analysis and Exception Reporting 

FF#5: Fuel Management  (5 hours)

This module aims to provide level of knowledge for people who perform fleet management duties, either part time or full time, at the mid-organization level. The course presents new material and expands upon concepts covered in the Certified Federal Fleet Specialist (CFFS) course, such as fuel terminology and basic concepts, laws and regulations, fuel tracking and reporting, and fuel conservation. The following subjects are covered:

  1. Fuel terminology and Basic Concepts
  2. Laws and Regulations
  3. Basic Characteristics of Fuels
  4. Sources of Fuel for Federal Vehicles
  5. Fuel Tracking and Reporting
  6. Resources and Assistance
  7. Driver Training and Outreach
  8. Conserving Fuel  

FF#6: Fleet Risk-Crash Management  (4 hours)

This module aims to provide level of knowledge for people who perform fleet management duties, either part time or full time, at the mid-organization level. The course presents new material and expands upon concepts covered in the Certified Federal Fleet Specialist (CFFS) course, such as safety programs, risk management, and minimizing crash events. The following subjects are covered: 

  1. Safety Program Laws, Regulations, Policy and Program Basics
  2. Elements of a Comprehensive Risk Management Program
  3. Minimizing Crash Events – Vehicles
  4. Minimizing Crash Events – Drivers
  5. Dealing with Crash Events – Drivers
  6. Dealing with Crash Events - Data

 

Completion of FFM4, FFM5, and FFM6 will prepare attendees to take the CFFA Certification Exams administered by Kryterion. Successful completion of the exam will result in the award of the Certified Federal Fleet Administrator.


 

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