GANA Education Update
Conference Focuses on Technical, Education
by Ashley M. Charest
During the week of August 23rd, industry
leaders will converge on the Kansas City Country Club Plaza in Kansas
City, Mo., for a four-day technical and education session that has long
been an active working meeting for all committees, subcommittees and task
groups of the Glass Association of North America (GANA). The 2010 event
will be no exception, allowing ample time for each division to meet, discuss
and act on issues of vital importance to the glass and glazing industry.
Considering one of GANAís primary objectives is education, the GANA Fall
Conference will introduce a new educational component that features GANA/AIA
continuing education programs. On Tuesday, August 24, GANA will host architects
from the local Kansas City AIA Chapter for a three-hour continuing education
program that highlights the associationís newest program, Introduction
to Decorative Glazing, with an additional session on Fire-Rated Glazing
Today. All GANA Fall Conference attendees will be encouraged to attend,
not only to network with architect attendees, but to experience firsthand
the education that GANA offers to the industry and its membership, ultimately
providing access to the customer and imparting valuable education.
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