Forum Continues Today
Glass Forum, which
opened in Manchester, N.H., yesterday, continues today with several seminars
until 2 p.m. The event, co-sponsored by the Maine Glass Dealers Association,
the Glass Association of New Hampshire, the New York State Glass Association,
USGlass and AGRR magazines, is being held at the Holiday
Inn Center in Manchester. Today's seminars include:
8:00 a.m. - 11:00
Auto Glass Proper Auto Glass Installation Practices
This course is designed to promote auto glass installation practices and
techniques safely. Focusing on technical knowledge used in the replacement
of automobile windshields, this training will help both new and veteran
glass installers learn about the latest technology and safety installation
standards as well as providing hands-on-training for attendees. This extensive
education would normally cost more than $200 per person, but Glass Forum
has arranged for this education to be included as part of our seminar
program at no additional charge to your. It is a must for shop owners
Session leader: Jeff Ritchie, technician training supervisor for Performance
Achievement Group in Madison, Wisconsin.
8:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m. / 11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Architectural Glass - Reading Blueprints
Session leader: Jerry Kingwill, Vice President for Cobb Hill Construction
in Concord, New Hampshire.
11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
General Business - What Kind of Manager Are You?
As managers, our strengths and weaknesses also become our company's own
strengths and weakness. This informative session includes diagnostic tools
that help you evaluate where your strengths lie and how you can improve
relationships with your employees in order to provide the best working
environment in the industry. This type of management session is available
throughout the nation, and usually at a high cost, however only at Glass
Forum is it taught by an instructor with extensive experience in
the glass industry and included in your registration fee.
Session leader: Debra Levy, president of Key Communications, Inc. in