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Inspiring More Women to Join the Building Trades

Inspiring More Women to Join the Building Trades

The number of women employed in the construction industry grew substantially last year, rising to around 1.2 million and surpassing the peak of pre-recession employment levels. Recruiting and training more females in the skilled trades can help the industry address its labor shortage.

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Up Your Sales and Marketing Game

Filed in Business Management, Education by on September 6, 2018 0 Comments
Up Your Sales and Marketing Game

With new technologies and more informed and demanding buyers than ever, home builders and remodelers need to stand out from the crowd. This NAHB online course is a great help.

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Call for Nominations for Designees and Educators of the Year

Filed in Awards, Education by on June 15, 2018 0 Comments
Call for Nominations for Designees and Educators of the Year

These awards recognize building professionals who broaden their careers with NAHB designations, stay current with continuing education and pass that knowledge along to peers. But we need your help to identify them.

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Meet Brandon Bryant, Master CGP

Filed in Awards, Education by on March 29, 2018 0 Comments
Meet Brandon Bryant, Master CGP

March is National Designation Month, which gives NAHB a chance to shine a spotlight on some outstanding building industry professionals who were named Designees of the Year for 2017 and honored in January during the 2018 International Builders’ Show.

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Meet Christy Beck, MIRM, CSP

Filed in Awards, Education, IBS by on March 22, 2018 0 Comments
Meet Christy Beck, MIRM, CSP

March is National Designation Month, which gives NAHB a chance to shine a spotlight on some outstanding building industry professionals who were named Designees of the Year for 2017 and honored in January during the 2018 International Builders’ Show.

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National Designation Month Spotlight: Meet Custom Builder Chuck Miller

Filed in Awards, Education, IBS by on March 16, 2018 1 Comment
National Designation Month Spotlight: Meet Custom Builder Chuck Miller

March is National Designation Month, which gives NAHB a chance to shine a spotlight on some outstanding building industry professionals who were named Designees of the Year for 2017 and honored in January during the 2018 International Builders’ Show.

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Meet Peter Grant, CGR, CAPS

Filed in Awards, Education by on March 8, 2018 0 Comments
Meet Peter Grant, CGR, CAPS

March is National Designation Month, which gives NAHB a chance to shine a spotlight on some outstanding building industry professionals who were named Designees of the Year for 2017 and honored in January during the 2018 International Builders’ Show.

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Meet Missy Covington, HCCP

Filed in Awards, Education, Multifamily by on March 1, 2018 0 Comments
Meet Missy Covington, HCCP

March is National Designation Month, which gives NAHB a chance to shine a spotlight on some outstanding building industry professionals who were named Designees of the Year for 2017 and honored in January during the 2018 International Builders’ Show.

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Meet Master Instructor Paul Evans

Filed in Education by on February 21, 2018 0 Comments
Meet Master Instructor Paul Evans

NAHB Master Instructors have taken the extra steps to connect with students and HBA staff, and serve as advocates for life-long learning. Each has more than 10 years of real-world experience in the content they teach and takes pride in promoting the NAHB Education curriculum.

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Aging-in-Place Modifications Featured in Museum Display

Filed in Design, Education by on December 11, 2017 0 Comments
Aging-in-Place Modifications Featured in Museum Display

A new exhibit at Washington’s National Building Museum celebrates the flexibility of modern home design and features the role of the Certified Aging-in-Place Specialist in helping to ensure that home owners can live safely in their own homes even as they become less mobile.

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