Earn Designations at NAHB Conferences in New Orleans
NAHB members can earn credits toward valuable designations by taking required courses at two conferences in New Orleans in May hosted by The NAHB University of Housing.
Certified Green Professional
Members attending the National Green Building Conference on May 11-13 at the Sheraton New Orleans can take pre- and post-conference courses required for NAHB’s newest designation, Certified Green Professional (CGP).
The CGP designation teaches builders, remodelers and other industry professionals techniques for incorporating green building principles into homes using cost-effective and affordable options.
The courses available at the National Green Building Conference include:
A graduation ceremony for the inaugural class of Certified Green Professionals will also be held during the conference.
Additional CGP requirements can be found at www.nahb.org/CGPinfo.
In addition to the CGP courses, the conference will hold more than 40 education sessions, including several on the various aspects of the NAHB Green Building Program.
To register for the conference, visit www.nahb.org/GreenBuildingConference. Advance registration ends Friday, April 25.
Certified Active Adult Specialist in Housing (CAASH)
Members attending the Building for Boomers & Beyond: 50+ Housing Symposium on May 19-21, also at the Sheraton New Orleans, can take the three required courses for the Certified Active Adult Specialist in Housing (CAASH) designation, which gives housing professionals serving this rapidly burgeoning market the essential knowledge, tools and skills that will help them succeed.
The three pre-conference courses include:
Complete CAASH designation requirements can be found at www.nahb.org/CAASHinfo.
In addition to the pre-conference courses, the symposium offers a wide range of education sessions under six tracks ― design, development and operations, trends, sales and marketing, service enriched and, new this year, technology.
To register for the conference, visit www.nahb.org/Build4Boomers. Advance registration ends Friday, May 2.
For more information on all of NAHB’s 2008 conferences, visit www.nahb.org/Conferences.