NAFA Fleet Management Association (NAFA) has accepted an invitation from the National Property Management Association (NPMA) to speak to hundreds of asset management executives at NPMA’s 2017 National Education Seminar (NES) in Phoenix later this month.
Recognizing NAFA’s best-in-class, standard-setting education and training, NPMA has scheduled NAFA to teach its conference attendees about fleet supplier relations, current challenges in the fleet sector, and creating sustainable fleet options.
“NPMA’s National Education Seminar is an outstanding educational opportunity for professionals who manage assets for federal, state and local governments, contractors, colleges and universities, and private industries,” said NAFA Chief Executive Officer Phillip E. Russo, CAE. “NAFA is honored and proud that NPMA recognizes NAFA’s position as the leader in fleet education and training, and we are thrilled to speak to their audience.”
In a notice to its members, NPMA wrote, “NPMA recognizes the global increase in demand for trained professionals able to improve their fleet operating knowledge and administrative skills…[that is why] NPMA is continuing to grow the fleet management track [during the NES], which will provide educational content from leading industry experts on improving fleet productivity and maintenance.”
NAFA’s Director of Professional Development, Katherine Vigneau, CAFM®, will present the following topics at NES:
- Strategic Fleet Sourcing and Supplier Relationships – Monday, July 31
- Big Challenges in Fleet Asset Management – Tuesday, August 1
- Sustainable Fleet Acquisition – Wednesday, August 2
To learn more about the NPMA National Education Seminar, visit http://www.npmaconferences.org/nes