International Sign Association Training Qualifies for Continuing Education Credits from International Code Council

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Sign, graphics and visual communications company installers may need CEUs to maintain licenses.

The ICC continuing education credit program is just one way that ISA is working to build the sign, graphics and visual communications industry through education and training.

Sign, graphics and visual communications companies looking for training that qualifies for continuing education credits from the International Code Council have a new resource. The International Sign Association has been named an ICC Preferred Education Provider.

A number of ISA courses have been approved for CEU credit. ISA will seek additional approvals as new courses in regulatory, safety or electrical areas are developed. Several states, including Nevada, Oregon, Washington, California and Texas, require installers to pursue continuing education to maintain installer licenses.

All of the ISA courses are online, on-demand, self-paced and available 24 hours a day. Courses start at just $25. Companies may purchase a company package, which offers unlimited courses with pricing based on the number of employees enrolled. At least two of the courses are available in Spanish.

The ICC continuing education credit program is just one way that ISA is working to build the sign, graphics and visual communications industry through education and training. Companies in states not requiring ICC continuing education credits still may benefit from training that targets important areas of development in the industry, including sales, management, project management, design, marketing and fabrication.

To learn more, visit http://www.signs.org/online.

The International Sign Association (ISA) strives to be the leader in shaping and developing the sign, graphics, and visual communications community worldwide.

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