The National Glass Association (NGA) is pleased to announce it has partnered with the Australian Glass and Glazing Association (AGGA) to provide MyGlassClass.com students access to a number of new online educational courses.
“AGGA is dedicated to elevating the glazing profession not only in Australia, but around the world, and has invested substantial resources in the development of high-quality training materials,” said Jenni Chase, NGA’s content director. “The addition of AGGA’s training materials to the new MyGlassClass.com online course curriculum will benefit the entire U.S. glass and glazing industry as it seeks to add skilled glaziers to the workforce.”
NGA’s MyGlassClass.com will relaunch in October 2016 with a new user interface and interactive online courses specifically designed to meet the training needs of contract glaziers and full-service glass companies.
“The Australian Glass & Glazing Association is delighted to be working alongside NGA in the MyGlassClass.com online training and development,” said Patrick Gavaghan, national training manager for the AGGA. “We look forward to building on this initial collaboration as both associations continue to support our members’ access to quality training and professional growth.”
For more information and to preview one of the new MyGlassClass.com courses, see www.MyGlassClass.com.
Founded in 1948, the National Glass Association (NGA), glass.org, is the largest trade association serving the architectural glass and metals industry, and represents the interests of glazing contractors, glass retailers, glass fabricators, primary glass manufacturers and architects. The NGA provides education and training programs for its member companies through manuals and the online training site MyGlassClass.com, and keeps them informed through its official publication Glass Magazine’s print and electronic publications. The NGA also produces the industry’s largest annual trade show in the Americas, GlassBuild America, and hosts the Glazing Executives Forum, bringing together thousands of industry professionals to help them build more profitable businesses.
The Australian Glass and Glazing Association (AGGA), www.agga.org.au, represents state association members and individual companies covering glass manufacturers, processors, merchants, glaziers and suppliers of supporting machinery, services and materials in Australia. The association promotes and encourages trade and business interests of its members and provides them with information and advocacy services on all aspects of glass, including energy efficiency, Australian Standards, safety compliance and skills training.
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