NGA Launches Enhanced MyGlassClass Website

VIENNA, VA  (December 20, 2012) — The National Glass Association announces the launch of a  newly enhanced MyGlassClass online learning portal.

With the introduction of a new learning management system, the NGA has personalized the way companies and individual learners will gain access to relevant training opportunities.

The new  platform gives learners a more customized approach to their learning experience and uses a simple-to-navigate interface. Glaziers can quickly purchase and enroll in individual courses or full program subscriptions. A key enhancement is the ability for business owners to enroll employees in courses and easily track their progress.

“The NGA is  committed to continuously working to meet the training needs of the industry, and this new platform gives our audience a more powerful and engaging learning  experience,” noted Jim Gandorf, NGA’s Vice President of Association Services.

A free copy of the publication Guide to Decorative Glass is included with all new MyGlassClass course subscriptions, during this limited introductory period.

Visit www.MyGlassClass.com to experience the new online learning portal.

About the NGA

Founded in 1948, the National Glass Association is the largest trade association representing the architectural glass, and window and door industries. Based outside Washington, DC, and representing nearly 2,200 member companies and locations, NGA offers education and training, including MyGlassClass.com and MyWindowClass.com. NGA publishes the industry's leading trade magazines: Glass Magazine® and Window & Door®; and e-newsletters: e-glass weekly™, WDweekly™, and For Technicians Only e-bulletin™. NGA also  hosts the industry's premier annual trade event: GlassBuild America: The GlassWindow & Door Expo®. The Window & Door Dealers Alliance, an organization for independent window and door dealers, is an initiative of the NGA. For more information on NGA, visit www.glass.org.

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Date: 8 January 2013
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