NGA Launches Updated Certified Glass Installer Program

The National Glass Association (NGA) announced recently the release of its updated Certified Glass Installer Program.

Developed especially for glass installer professionals, the program is nationally recognized and designed to enhance professional standards.The updated program now offers one comprehensive exam for certified Glass Installer.A glass installers' technical knowledge is measured by computerized exams professionally administered at testing centers located around the country and in Canada. Successful candidates receive special NGA Certified Glass Installer benefits, including a certificate of achievement, wallet ID card and six uniform patches.

NGA has also released a new Glass Installer Reference Manual covering safety practices, glass installation procedures, trade math and much more. The easy-to-use manual is invaluable for both on-the-job reference and in preparing for the Certified Glass Installer Exam.

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