Associations Focus: NSCA University Certificate Adds Value to Résumé
May 12, 2009 1:25 PM
Obtaining your NSCA Certificate of Completion (CCP) through NSCA University will be even easier this year with the exclusive new opportunity to earn all 24 learning units (LU) required for the designation during InfoComm 09.
Boost the value you add to your company, and in turn help your company add more value to the services it offers to its customers. NSCA’s CCP proves your dedication to success and continuing your education. Employees at all levels can earn their CCPs.
“NSCA University’s programs add value to my company at a variety of levels,” says Joseph Ciotti, president of Richardson Technology Systems. “Our techs and installers learn the technical skills they need to do their jobs well, and our management team learns new ways to improve our daily business activities.”
NSCA University offers a variety of levels and courses through NSCA’s six colleges at InfoComm 09. Read full descriptions for NSCA University courses at InfoComm 09 at www.nscaatinfocomm.org/university. To learn more about the Certificate of Completion program, visit www.nsca.org/ccp. Don’t forget to redeem your NSCA education credits to save even more on NSCA’s already affordable training. Credits can be used toward up to 50 percent of the cost of the course. Call NSCA at (800) 446-6722 for your credit balance.
Capitalize on Federal Stimulus Opportunities
NSCA’s web portal, the A/E Toolkit, has been updated with information on how to capitalize on the federal stimulus initiatives provided through HR1, the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009.
Updates to the Marketing and Business Development section focus on developing successful federal sales to help companies leverage their unique selling proposition with federal customers from the General Services Administration to the Department Of Defense. Additionally, the site’s calendar includes new events focused on doing business with the federal government. New content is also included in the Web Links and Industry News section for federal resources.
“The A/E Toolkit’s new content focuses on how NSCA members can benefit from the federal stimulus efforts,” says Craig Park, FSMPS, associate AIA, vice president and chief marketing officer for Leo A Daly. “In difficult times, public sector workstarting with the U.S. government and moving down through the states to county and city initiativesprovides NSCA with a great source for potential work.”
“The new content is extremely relevant to professionals in our industry and their desire to increase business relationships and opportunities with the federal government,” says Chuck Wilson, NSCA executive director.
Unique to the low-voltage industry, the A/E Toolkit provides essential resources for industry professionals, including more than 300 articles on best practices for working within the building industry. Anyone who registers on the site has access to free content; NSCA members have additional access to premium content. To start using the A/E Toolkit, visit www.nsca.org/aetoolkit.
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