NSCA Unveils New Commercial Systems Training Program
CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa
The National Systems Contactors Association (NSCA) intends to release a new training program in the commercial electronic systems industry in March. The NSCA training and certification program, called NSCA University, is organized to offer current and future participants more convenience and greater educational value.
“There is a critical need for training and certification at all levels in our industry,” says Brad Nelson, NSCA board member and resident of Sound Solutions Northwest Inc. “We structured the new NSCA University colleges so that anyone can build or expand their knowledge of a particular field or fields. The new curriculum provides customized education to all levels of experience.”
The NSCA University curricula will provide educational and career growth opportunities for every employee of a commercial electronic systems company, says Nelson.
Each college is comprised of best practices, skills and information that are tailored to the demands of the respective discipline. Industry professionals may achieve a completion certificate from any of the NSCA University colleges by accumulating a predetermined number of learning units within the college(s) of choice. Units are completed by attending the online or in-person instructional courses offered by a college. For more information, visit www.nsca.org.
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