NSCA Seeks Partners in Education
NSCA is requesting manufacturers to donate classroom space for NSCA regional training via its Partners in Education program.
NSCA is requesting manufacturers to donate classroom space for NSCA regional training via its Partners in Education program. According to the organization, those who do will benefit from increased brand exposure and enhanced networking opportunities with commercial electronic systems professionals.
"The Partners in Education program is a terrific way for manufacturers to promote their companies," said Norah Hammond, senior director of professional development for NSCA. "Manufacturers say partnering with NSCA offers recognition for both organizations."
In exchange for donating regional training space, NSCA will offer manufacturers a variety of perks, including plaques that recognize them as Partners in Education presented during the annual NSCA Member Meeting and Industry forum; up to two free seats in NSCA training classes held at their sites; custom notepads for NSCA University students that feature the logos of all Partners in Education; NSCA promotion of their location as a host sponsor; the opportunity to host evening student activities and to welcome class attendees; and the opportunity to provide company giveaways to class attendees.
Current NSCA Partner in Education members include Atlas Sound, Bosch/Telex, Crestron, and Shure.