Take Advantage of IBS Pre-Show Courses

Filed in Education, International Builders' Show by on November 14, 2018 2 Comments

IBS pre-show courses

Would you like to learn how to better manage your company or discover the latest techniques in high-performance building? Maybe you’d like to start on the path to an NAHB professional designation or earn continuing education credits for a designation you already have.

You can do all this and more just prior to the NAHB International Builders’ Show (IBS) in Las Vegas this February: Back by popular demand are NAHB’s Pre-Show Education offerings, taught Feb. 16-18, before IBS begins.

In addition to 15 NAHB designation courses, HBI is hosting four residential construction courses. These sessions will dig deep into industry topics like business, sales, green and more—and come with a free expo pass. You can:

  • Improve productivity and increase profits with business management-oriented courses in financial management, project management, estimating and scheduling and more important topics.
  • Dive deep into the fast-growing remodeling industry for boomer buyers with all three of our Certified Aging-in-Place (CAPS) designation courses.
  • Learn to conduct yourself with confidence during interviews and speaking engagements with our popular Spokesperson Training courses,
  • Take Train the Trainer and learn how to instruct NAHB designation courses — or become an NAHB instructor yourself.

Finally, new home sales professionals can continue their journey to better sales with Principles of Residential Marketing: Research & Analysis Classroom.

Don’t miss this chance to learn more and earn more, all before the Show even starts. Grab your spot today!

Note that pre-show courses require a separate registration fee.

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  1. I understand there is a shortage of new construction workers. Are there any initiatives on the part of the industry to train and recruit new younger workers for a career in construction?

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