NKBA Launches New Learning Paths Program

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The National Kitchen & Bath Assocation expands its comprehensive learning program for spring and summer 2014.

April 30, 2014
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The National Kitchen & Bath Association is expanding its online learning and development program by launching 18 new courses for the spring and summer.  The classes join a roster of more than 300 offerings from NKBA U and are not only for designers working toward certification. The classes, which are delivered online by live, instructor-led training or through on-demand webinar, are also available to non-NBKA members.

“We’re not just developing designers; we’re developing builders and remodelers, dealers, manufacturers, manufacturer representatives and multi-branch retailers,” said Nancy Barnes, NKBA director of learning. “As a result, more professionals are taking courses and more NKBA members are working toward certification.”

NBKA U organizes the courses into eight different learning paths to provide a holistic skill set for a successful career in the kitchen and bath industry:

·      Design & Inspiration

·      Communication

·      Adapt & Innovate

·      Focus on the Customer

·      Business Management

·      Leadership

·      Sales & Marketing

·      Talent Management

A free quiz on the NKBA U website determines experience levels for each path so a well-defined, step-by-step development program can be mapped out for each student. For more information about NKBA U and the course catalog, click on http://www.nkba.org/Courses.aspx.

 

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