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Basco offers free course

May 16, 2011  By Basco

May 16, 2011 – Basco Shower Enclosures, in conjunction with the Interior Design Continuing Education Council (IDCEC), is pleased to formally announce its newly formed Continuing Education Course,  Demystifying Shower Door Selection. The IDCEC Continuing Education System, a consortium of professional organizations in the United States and Canada that coordinates continuing education approval activities, was responsible for the approval of the new course from Basco Shower Enclosures.

The course, provided by Basco Shower Enclosures, will help designers
choose the right shower enclosure product for their customer’s
application. While there are several factors to consider when selecting a
shower enclosure, the selection process doesn’t have to be complicated.
In addition to exploring different enclosure options, the program
outlines the overall selection process, and identifies additional areas
for consideration to ensure the most successful product selection.
“Designers are doing many more heavy glass shower projects and there is
an intimidating fear factor in selling these doors,” notes Don Gamble,
executive vice president of sales and marketing for Basco Shower
Enclosures. “The course takes designers step-by-step through the
selection process, sharing with designers how to identify the space and
the options available for different applications. “
The course reinforces design concepts and the benefits of shower doors,
identifies common configurations and considerations for sliding and
swing enclosures, provides characteristics of framed, frameless and
heavy glass enclosures, and recognizes and applies steps for selecting a
successful shower enclosure solution.
The no charge, 60-minute course provides .10 CEU credits, which can be
delivered in person by a trained Basco CE facilitator. Contact or 800-543-1938 to inquire about a
course provider in your area.

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