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Note: Learners will not receive CEU or NKBA
Education Hour credits for courses or webinars that were taken twice during the
same CEU cycle. The current CEU cycle is: July 1, 2014 – June 30, 2016.
Now you can take charge of your career like never before.
Whether you’re a novice or experienced professional looking to enhance your
design or business skills or add to your credentials through NKBA certification;
or a student striving to break into the industry, NKBA’s innovative new approach
to Learning & Professional Development is perfect for you. You can browse courses three
Browse Courses by Learning Path:
NKBA Learning Paths provide an individualized approach to professional development
by letting you personally manage your career growth in eight key competency
areas. Each path offers a step-by-step approach from introductory through
1. Design & Inspiration - Design and plan
safe and effective kitchens and bathrooms; utilize key industry information and
planning guidelines based on historical review, current industry environment, future
trends, consumer lifestyles, research, building codes and current industry practices.
2. Communication - Ensure clear communication
within and outside of the organization.
3. Adapt & Innovate (Change Management) -
Work effectively in the face of ambiguity and change; adjust priorities and skills
to successfully tackle new challenges.
4. Focus on the Customer - Deliver exceptional
customer service; build internal and external mechanisms to continuously improve
the customer experience.
5. Business Management - Achieve positive business
results by managing resources; control risk by aligning finance, organizational
structure and marketing initiatives to business goals.
6. Leadership - Become a role model, empowering
yourself and others, promoting ethical behavior, encouraging the exchange of information
and managing workloads to achieve business goals.
7. Sales & Marketing - Build relationships
and offer solutions that meet customer needs; analyze and prioritize sales activities
to increase market share, grow current accounts and develop new customers.
8. Talent Management - Participate in the selection,
onboarding and ongoing development of organizational talent.
Browse Courses by Learning Type:
Curriculum – Collection of courses, events,
Courses – Available 24/7.
Course Calendar – Instructor-Led Training
(ILT) or a Virtual Instructor-Led Training (VILT)
Materials – Recorded Webinars
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