Corrosion College on a Winning Streak Honored with Two Prestigious Awards by NAED and Consulting-Specifying Engineer
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Sandy Rosecrans, President & CEO of City Electric and NAED Chairman, presents the "Excellence In Training Award" to Stephanie Ellis, Corrosion College, Director (left), and David Marshall, President and COO of Robroy Industries (right).
Sandy Rosecrans, President & CEO of City Electric and NAED Chairman, presents the "Excellence In Training Award" to Stephanie Ellis, Corrosion College, Director (left), and David Marshall, President and COO of Robroy Industries (right).
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Corrosion College, sponsored by Robroy Industries, has been recognized for its unique training initiatives with the 2014 Excellence in Training Award, bestowed by The National Association of Electrical Distributors (NAED). The honor is awarded to leading companies that have made significant contributions to the electrical industry. The 2014 awards were given during a closing ceremony at the 2014 NAED National Meeting in San Francisco.

In addition to receiving the Excellence in Training Award, Corrosion College has been recognized by Consulting-Specifying Engineer for the accomplishments of Director, Stephanie Ellis, a recipient of the 2014 “40 Under 40” award. This award recognizes individuals in the building industry who stand out in all aspects of their lives. Stephanie Ellis is a 2014 recipient based on nine areas in which she exhibits a commitment to excellence, including her academic, professional, personal, and community life. Consulting-Specifying Engineer will officially honor the 40 recipients on Tuesday, Sept. 23, 2014 at an awards gala in Chicago. To read a profile of each winner, visit: www.csemag.com/40under40

Corrosion College is a two-day intensive course that provides well-rounded, hands-on experience in understanding and combating the process of corrosion.  The comprehensive curriculum includes case studies, laboratory workshops and interactive presentations demonstrating the details of proper installation and use of anti-corrosion products.  The hands-on, intensive structure of the course, taught by experienced industry professionals, is highly effective at providing a thorough knowledge of corrosion protection. 

Successful completion of the course earns 1.5 CEUs or 15 Professional Development Hours (PDHs). Corrosion College is accredited by Purdue University, Kilgore College and nationally recognized by AIA and PDHseminars.com. Since 1996, 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. 

To learn more, visit:

www.NAED.com

www.CorrosionCollege.com

www.Robroy.com
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