NGA Secures California Funding to Provide Glass Industry Training

Date: 28 August 2007

The National Glass Association announced that it has received an Employment Training Panel (ETP) contract from the State of California to provide training programs in both the auto glass and flat/architectural glass sectors that will include a mix of classroom and laboratory work and online training through www.MyGlassClass.com.

The courses can lead to prestigious NGA certification for auto glass installers and flat glass technicians, respectively, and the training will be conducted in California, with each instructor-led course accommodating between 10-20 students.

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