Jack Millea, Regional Manager at Realstone Systems, accepts the Educator of the Year award from Sarah Gregg at the CEU Speakers Breakfast at TISE 2016.
Jack Millea, Regional Manager at Realstone Systems, accepts the Educator of the Year award from Sarah Gregg at the CEU Speakers Breakfast at TISE 2016.
February 25, 2016 4:00 PM CST

CEU program names Realstone Systems 2015 Educator of the Year

Company presented 62 CEU classes in 2015

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Realstone Systems of Troy, MI has been named 2015 Educator of the Year for the MIA CEU program. The company presented a total of 62 CEU classes in 2015, a group effort among ten members of the Realstone team. Shea Quarton, Territory Manager for Realstone Systems, commented: “The CEU program is an irreplaceable tool. I have developed strong relationships over the past three years as a result of my involvement with the program. I am very grateful for the opportunity to give these presentations!”

2015 was the strongest year for the CEU program to date, with a total of 338 CEU classes held and 3,759 architects and design professionals educated. The number of certified speakers doubled in 2015, and 24 companies were added to the program; a new record. Two new courses, “The Art of Specifying Natural Stone” and “Sustainable Production of Natural Dimension Stone: ANSI/NSC 373” were also added to the course roster and have been well-received.

With a total of 24 presentations, reaching 250 architects, Ralph Crozier, Architectural Manager at Garden State Tile in Philadelphia, PA was named 2015 Speaker of the Year for the CEU program. Crozier reflected on the value of the program: “I always enjoy educating architects and designers, and they have given such amazing feedback. I have had many people say it was the best presentation they have seen in an extremely long time.”

Sarah Gregg, CEU Administrator at MIA+BSI, looks forward to the future of the CEU program: “I want to thank each and every speaker involved in our program in 2015 for their commitment to the stone industry. In 2016, the MIA and BSI CEU programs will merge, creating a cohesive program with even more speakers, companies, and resources.”

To learn more about the CEU program, please visit www.marble-institute.com/ceu.


About the Author

Terri Hewlett is the Office Administrator for the Marble Institute of America (MIA).

 

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