Want to Know More About Designations? Ask an Expert
The NAHB University of Housing recently implemented “Ask an Expert,” a new service on the NAHB Web site for members seeking or earning designations.
"Ask an Expert" allows members to e-mail designation program graduates with questions that will help then earn their CSP, Master CSP, CMP or MIRM designations.
The graduates will field questions and concerns ranging from course content, to the designation process, to how the designation has benefited them.
So, if you're thinking about enrolling in the CSP, Master CSP, CMP or MIRM designation programs or have already started the necessary course work and have questions or concerns, visit “Ask an Expert” on the NAHB Web site.
A variety of designation holders will provide you with guidance and help you navigate the ins and outs of the program.
Learn More About The NAHB University of Housing
Whether you’re new to the industry, hope to make your next career move or want to improve your company’s bottom line, The NAHB University of Housing can assist you in your educational pursuits.
Visit www.nahb.org/education for a comprehensive listing of courses throughout the country. Be sure to visit often in order to view the most up-to-date information in your area.
Log In and Discover www.nahb.org
The NAHB Web site, www.nahb.org, gives you access to nearly 5,000 pages of housing industry information and exclusive members-only resources 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Access is fast, easy and free to NAHB members.
To take full advantage of the exclusive NAHB members-only resources on www.nahb.org, however, you must log in.
To create your login:
- Go to www.nahb.org/login.
- Fill in the required fields.
- Click ‘Submit.’
Access to Information That Works for You
By logging onto the NAHB Web site, you will have access to twice as much information as non-members — information that will help you stay ahead of your competition.
You will be able to view and read entire sections of content developed just for members, and you will be able to personalize the site to your specific interests.
To learn more, log in and visit the "How to Use" www.nahb.org section in My NAHB.
For questions or help logging in, call 800-368-5242 x0; or e-mail your name, company name, state and phone number to email@example.com.