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New Certification Webinar Dates Announced

Find out how simple and important the Certification process is

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The MCAA will be hosting Certification webinars on May 6 and May 20, 2009.
The MCAA will be hosting Certification webinars on May 6 and May 20, 2009.
The MCAA has added new dates for the Certification webinar. Sign up now to participate if you were not able to attend or missed the first Certification webinar. The next Certification webinars will take place on Wednesday, May 6 at 10:00 AM CST and Wednesday, May 20 at 10:00 AM CST. The webinar is free to all who wish to attend.

The Certification webinar will cover the basics of the Certification Program and the use of the tracking system. Contractors who have an interest in beginning the process of certification or who would like to know how to take full advantage of the online tracking system are encouraged to attend.

In response to a growing demand from the design community and the end user, the MCAA rolled out a new national certification program in 2008. The new program will be a tool for the designers and specifiers to help pre-qualify contractors to bid on their work. The program foundation is built on customer satisfaction and quality work. Certified contractors have committed themselves and their companies to these principals not only on paper but through their actions. Contractors who are interested in certification should attend the webinar.

Space is limited! Please contact Sharyl Toynton at the MCAA office at 800-536-2225 or by e-mail at stoynton@masoncontractors.org with your desire to participate. If this time is not good for you but you are interested in participating in a future webinar please contact Sharyl for future dates and times.

Visit certification.masoncontractors.org for more information regarding the Certification program and to find out how you can become a certified mason contractor.


About the Author

Sharyl Toynton was formerly the Director of Certification and Education for the Mason Contractors Association of America.

 

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