NAHB Housing Education Programs Guide Now Available
The 2006 NAHB University of Housing Education Programs Guide, a comprehensive source for NAHB education offerings that features conferences, designations, courses and an easy-to-use planning calendar, is now available.
The NAHB Education Programs Guide simplifies the class selection process and aims to help members determine a course of study.
“The NAHB Education Programs Guide is a one-shot glance to see what’s being offered for the year,” said Patty Nearhoff, of the Building Industry Association of Southern California. “My members don’t have to read every single course to figure out what to take. And the designation section tells me what the designation is about and how it can benefit individual members. Overall, it’s a really handy piece.”
Marylee Putnam, of the Greater Atlanta Home Builders Association, agreed and said she encourages her members to use it. “The education guide helps our members plan out their designations and determine what classes count towards continuing education.”
The NAHB Education Programs Guide is available individually or in bulk for distribution to local home builders associations. E-mail requests to NAHB at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 800-368-5242 x0.