NGVi is now more than natural gas. Welcome to the new Alternative Fuel Vehicle Institute – AFVi!

Natural Gas Vehicle Driver and Fueling Training

Natural Gas Vehicle Driver and Fueling Training is a 45-minute, on-demand e-learning course that teaches the elements involved in safe driving and fueling of today’s natural gas vehicles (NGVs). This training provides all the information necessary to ensure that your NGV fleet is driven and fueled to meet or exceed current safety standards.

The course is available for individuals or groups.  If you have more than 10 employees who need training, please contact us at 1-800-510-6484 or



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Who Should Attend?

  • NGV fleet drivers
  • Fleet managers and supervisors
  • Corporate/agency safety managers
  • Risk management staff
  • CNG fuelers/fuel handlers
  • All employees involved in NGV fleet operation

Course Objectives

  • Describe the advantages of CNG as a transportation fuel.
  • Describe the properties of compressed natural gas (CNG); identify the differences as compared to liquid fuels.
  • Identify major safety features of natural gas vehicles.
  • Employ safety precautions and techniques when driving natural gas powered vehicles.
  • Identify CNG station fueling procedures and safety systems and be able to use them.
  • Describe and employ the process to safely fuel a CNG vehicle.
  • Distinguish and employ the proper procedures to follow during an emergency.

Course Outline

Module 1 Why Natural Gas as a Transportation Fuel
Module 2 Properties and Characteristics of Natural Gas
Module 3 What Drivers and Fuelers Need to Know about Natural Gas Vehicles
Module 4 CNG Fueling Equipment and Safety Practices
Module 5 How to Safely Fuel a CNG Vehicle
Module 6 What To Do In Case of Emergencies


Instructional staff members of colleges, universities, private training organizations, fleets, dealers or manufacturers are not candidates for this course, but have numerous options for bringing AFVi’s training classes to their campuses or facilities. For more information, contact us at 800-510-6484.