NGA Chair Guy Selinske Talks

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Date: 19 April 2022

Guy Selinske, NGA board chair and owner of American Glass & Mirror, has been in the glass industry for 48 years and has been running his own full-service glass shop for over 35 years.

This is what he has to say about and the importance of training for the glass industry.

"I have come to realize the importance of education and training for our industry. In fact, that is the primary focus of my term as NGA chair. We all know there are labor shortages and a general lack of training in the glazing industry. But there's help available. is the place to tackle the challenge of education and training. For companies of all sizes—from mom-and-pops to large-scale national players—the program can be scaled to accommodate any need or budget. is the online glazing training program backed by the NGA. It offers a self-paced training style, available anywhere at any time. It has over 100 courses in English and over 60 in Spanish. I believe this is the best bang for your educational dollar available to the glazing industry. I’m also happy to inform you that NGA members receive 50 percent off all courses.

I have used the courses, and so have my employees. I can attest to the program’s effectiveness and usefulness."

The education team partners with the individual glazier or company to provide the best training options that meet your needs, allowing you to onboard new hires quickly and efficiently or brush up on your glass knowledge. To learn more and take the first step toward better education, browse courses.


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