BMJ Stone
EZG Manufacturing
Federated Insurance
Fraco USA, Inc.
Hohmann and Barnard, Inc.
Hydro Mobile, Inc.
iQ Power Tools
Kennison Forest Products, Inc.
Mortar Net Solutions
Non-Stop Scaffolding
Pullman Ermator
Southwest Scaffolding
Tradesmen's Software, Inc.
October 7, 2009 8:27 AM CDT

MCAA's Approved Provider Program

Give your classes instant credibility and additional exposure


Becoming an Approved Provider will give your classes instant credibility and additional exposure to mason contractors.
Becoming an Approved Provider will give your classes instant credibility and additional exposure to mason contractors.
Given the current economic situation it is more important now than ever to offer impartial education programs to the installer who will learn in a non-selling environment all about your product category. We have seen an uptick in participation and interest in the certification program during the past several months as contractors now have the time to accomplish the goals of this program.

We want to take this opportunity to inform you about this very unique opportunity to provide mason contractors education courses about your particular product category. As a part of the national masonry certification program we have introduced an approved provider program. As a supplier, you would register a course with the MCAA and then we would advertise it on our certification page on our website of up coming education programs, we would also advertise the program in Masonry magazine and on our calendar of upcoming education opportunities.

We do offer a free webinar regarding our approved education provider network program and the entire process. I would encourage you to register for one of these seminars so you can see first hand how the program works. Please contact me either by e-mail or phone 800-536-2225.

We would like to thank our current MCAA Approved Education Providers. You have become one of the most important pieces of the certification process by becoming an approved education provider. Not only have you made it feasible for contractors to get their certification, but you have helped streamline and simplify the entire process.

About the Author

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


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