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NSCA seeks instructors for education at 2009 trade show

CEDAR RAPIDS, IA, July 23, 2008 — The NSCA Education Committee requests that subject matter experts submit course proposals for educational opportunities at InfoComm 09 in Orlando, FL. NSCA’s instructors have a long-standing history of providing highly topical courses that elevate the attendee experience and boost industry knowledge.

Teaching NSCA classes provides a great opportunity for volunteer instructors to enhance their professional credentials and become known as experts in their field. Manufacturer instructors can promote their companies as unique and committed training organizations.

“Becoming an NSCA instructor is a great way for industry professionals to share their real-world experiences and knowledge with others,? said NSCA Senior Director of Professional Development Norah Hammond. “Volunteers are needed to teach NSCA University courses in any of our colleges: System Design, Project Management, Business, Technical Knowledge, Allied Professionals or Systems Sales.?

Manufacturers, contractors and consultants are encouraged to submit their proposals electronically to NSCA Senior Director of Professional Development Norah Hammond at nhammond@nsca.org. Proposal submissions are due by September 17, 2008 for consideration. For more information, phone 1.800.446.6722.

About NSCA
NSCA is the leading not-for-profit association representing the commercial electronic systems industry. With more than 2,500 member companies worldwide, the National Systems Contractors Association is a powerful advocate of all who work within the low-voltage industry, including systems contractors/integrators, product manufacturers, consultants, sales representatives, architects, specifying engineers and other allied professionals. NSCA is dedicated to serving contractor members and all channel stakeholders through education, advocacy, outreach and member services. NSCA University offers a variety of courses on topics such as project management, business, sales, design and technical knowledge. Courses are delivered through a variety of
methods including conferences, regional trainings, online learning and webinars. NSCA works in conjunction with a variety of industry partners to provide relevant and meaningful education and certification programs. It also provides leading industry research and market intelligence, insurance solutions, the industry’s most comprehensive manual of practice, Essentials of Systems Integration™ and other business tools. For more information, visit www.nsca.org.

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