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"What is Online Education and What can it do for You?"

The next CTDA webinar is scheduled for Thursday, February 28th at 11 am Central on "What is Online Education and What can it do for You?" with Donato Pompo, founder of the Ceramic Tile and Stone Consultants, Inc (CTaSC) and the University of Ceramic Tile and Stone (UofCTS).

If you register to attend, you are eligible to receive 1 free Online Education Course tuition when you purchase 3!

Select from these CTDA online courses:

◊ Understanding the Basics of Ceramic Tile    

◊ Understanding the Basics of Natural Stone

◊ Tile Installer Thin-set Standards (ITS) Verification

Pre-purchase tuitions today, but you don't need to use them until you need them. Click here for a registration form!

Offer ends Thursday, February 28th! For more information on this special pricing, contact Ashley DeRose at ashleyd@cmservices.com.

What's it all about:

Training expert Donato Pompo will review the features and benefits of online education, and explain how online educational courses can substantially increase company sales and profits.   Donato is the founder of the University of Ceramic Tile and Stone (UofCTS) who developed and manages the CTDA Online courses. 

Online training has grown substantially over the last few years and is becoming the standard for business training.  Organizations like the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation have supported online training programs such as the  Khan Academy that has brought greater awareness to the benefits of online education. 

Online training is now available through all major universities and through many K-12 schools.  With economic and competition challenges it is more important than ever for distributors, importers, manufacturers, and installers to train their employees and customers to differentiate themselves from the competition and to avoid costly problems. 

Spend an hour with Donato to see how you can achieve a substantial return on your investment by training your employees and customers.

About Donato Pompo:

Donato Pompo is the founder of Ceramic Tile and Stone Consultants, Inc. (CTaSC) and the University of Ceramic Tile and Stone (UofCTS).  Donato established both CTaSC and the UofCTS in 2002 and has developed many online courses for the floor covering industry. 

UofCTS is comprised of instructional designers with degrees in adult education and developers who use the latest technology in producing courses for Learning Management Systems (LMS), and uses experts in the floor covering industry for relevant content for the courses. 

Donato was an installer in the union, a distributor and importer for 17 years, a sales manager for a manufacturer of installation products for 7 years. Donato's company not only specializes in training, but they are forensic investigators of job failures as well as providing quality control and testing services.

He is a past CTDA board member and the current CTDA Education committee chairman.  Donato is a past chairman of the Ceramic Tile Institute of America (CTIOA) Technical Committee.  He is a member and participant of the ANSI, ASTM, ISO, MIA, MMSA, NTCA, and TCNA technical committees who develop the installation standards for the ceramic tile and stone industry.  Donato has over 30 years experience to include installation, distribution, and manufacturing of installation systems.  In addition, Donato has a biochemistry education with a MBA degree. 

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This webinar is free for CTDA Members thanks to a generous sponsorship from VanHearron.

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