APWA Announces Certified Public Fleet Professionals

November 20, 2014

The American Public Works Association (APWA) announced that four public works fleet professionals recently earned the Certified Public Fleet Professional (CPFP) credential.

The CPFP credential is for the seasoned, government fleet manager, and for those professionals who supervise, manage, oversee or administer fleet services within or for a public fleet entity.

The APWA CPFP program has certified 100 Certified Public Fleet Professionals in North America. The program is designed to ensure individual competency and provide the public works industry with recognized hiring and promotion standards.

“The APWA CPFP Certification is a hallmark of excellence,” said APWA Executive Director, Peter King. “The purpose of APWA’s Public Fleet Professional Certification is to promote excellence in fleet management by advancing the knowledge and practice of public fleet professionals to benefit communities through quality fleet services."

The list of most recent APWA Certified Public Fleet Professionals includes:

John Cady, CPFP
City of Palm Bay (Fla.) Public Works 

Don Christenson, CPFP
City of Crystal Lake, Ill.

Steven Mangold, CPFP
USC Sol Price School of Pub Policy (Calif.)

Joel K. Senical, CPFP
Hillsborough County, Fla.

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