NorCal Fleet Academy and Expo

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Universal Technical Institute

4100 Duckhorn Drive

Sacramento, CA 95834

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Register here for the NorCal Fleet Academy and Expo at the Universal Technical Institute in Sacramento

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Professional training for: fleet managers, technicians, spec writers, and grant writers Displays for the latest in: alternative fuel and zero emission vehicles, equipment, and fleet technologies.

Fleet Management Classes are for fleet managers and fleet supervisory staff only. When you sign up for these classes, please plan on attending all fleet manager classes on both days unless otherwise indicated. There is only one breakout session for fleet managers. On 10/6 in the afternoon, fleet managers can take either the Monetizing LCFS Credits class, or the NAFA CAFM/CAFS Boot Camp Training on Asset Management class.

Technician Classes are for shop technicians only. Technicians will be expected to understand and operate with shop safety protocols.

Attendees who are only planning to view the displays are welcome, but will not be able to participate in the training programs.

COVID Policy: The NorCal Fleet Academy and Expo will follow all Sacramento County Health requirements as implemented by the Universal Technical Institute. Currently, masks are required for indoor events, and if additional requirements are imposed, we will follow them.


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Universal Technical Institute

4100 Duckhorn Drive

Sacramento, CA 95834

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Organizer Sacramento Clean Cities Coalition

Organizer of NorCal Fleet Academy and Expo

Sacramento Clean Cities is affiliated with the Department of Energy's Clean Cities Program, a government-industry partnership designed to reduce petroleum consumption in the transportation sector. There are currently almost 100 coalitions nationwide that work with government agencies and private companies to identify mutual interests and meet the objectives of reducing the use of imported oil, developing regional economic opportunities, and improving air quality. Check out our website here.

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