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NGA introduces revamped online training resource

November 3, 2016  By NGA

Nov. 3, 2016 – The National Glass Association (NGA) has announced that phase I of the relaunch of its online training resource,, is complete. The site has been relaunched with a new user interface and interactive online courses specifically designed to meet the training needs of contract glaziers and full-service glass companies.

Phase I focuses on basic safety for the glass and glazing industry with more than 30 new safety courses now available. Safety course topics range from personal protective equipment, to safe glass handling, to hand and power tool use. users also now have access to OSHA 10 and OSHA 30 online training.

“The new is the start of our solution to the industry’s skilled labor shortage,” said Nicole Harris, NGA’s president & CEO. “Its updated delivery platform makes it easy to use—anywhere, anytime and its targeted content makes it an invaluable training resource. It’s how the National Glass Association is making sure glass and glazing business owners don’t lose another night’s sleep worrying about who’s going to train the new guy.”

NGA members receive an exclusive discount of more than 30% off list prices on all courses.

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