Since 2006, more than 2,400 electrical distributors, sales representatives, contractors, end users and specifying engineers have experienced the value-added benefits associated with attending Corrosion College. In honor of the 200th class being held on January 23-24, 2014, Corrosion College announces a yearlong celebration.
During 2014, anyone who refers and sends an engineer, specifier, end user, owner, inspector, or contractor through completion of a Corrosion College course—as well as the attendee that person sends—could receive his or her choice of a fantastic trip to the 2015 Super Bowl, Kentucky Derby, Indianapolis 500, or Country Music Awards. Announcement of the recipient will be made on the Corrosion College website on December 31, 2014. Trip will feature all expenses paid for four persons inclusive of airfare, lodging and event admission!
For full details about eligibility and entry, visit the Corrosion College 200th Class Year-Long Celebration section at www.corrosioncollege.com.
Stephanie Ellis, Director of Corrosion College, says “We are proud to offer the most successful, accredited educational experience in the electrical products industry. Distributors who have participated in Corrosion College have experienced as much as a 20% increase in business. Contractors who have participated in Corrosion College have increased productivity and lower installation costs. Sales Representatives who have participated in Corrosion College have doubled their commission and income.”
Offered once a month within a specialized facility in Gilmer, Texas, Corrosion College provides hands-on experience in understanding and combating the process of corrosion through two days of intensive instruction conducted by professionals in the field of corrosion protection. Learning retention is enhanced through a comprehensive curriculum including case studies, laboratory workshops plus interactive presentations detailing the proper installation and use of anti-corrosion products.
Today, successful completion of the course earns 1.5 CEUs or 15 Professional Development Hours (PDHs). Purdue University, Kilgore College, AIA and PDHseminars.com accredit Corrosion College.Tagged with tED