Sales Basecamp: Register Now for a 2020 Program!

January 17, 2020

The next Sales Basecamp will be held February 10 – 11, 2020 at the Sheraton Charlotte Airport Hotel in  Charlotte, NC.

This two-day program  is for anyone new to the sales function or the HVACR and plumbing industry who is preparing for a career in sales. This highly interactive course will prepare recent hires or employees new to a sales position with all the relevant skills necessary to confidently sell HVACR and plumbing services while creating added value for the customer.

The program was developed by a task force of MSCA contractors in partnership with Nancy Bandy, lead instructor for this program, an accomplished professional with over 30 years of corporate training and organizational design
experience.

Class size is limited, so make sure to sign-up today!

An additional Sales Basecamp Program will be held on April 6 – April 7, 2020 at the Kansas City Airport Marriott in Kansas City, MO. Click here for more details.

 

 

REGISTER BROCHURE
Related Articles
A contracted estimator fell from an extension ladder when a cracked rung broke while he was climbing the ladder. The estimator was seriously injured, sustaining a skull fracture and multiple leg fractures. The estimator had been aware of the defect in the ladder. The defect was caused when the ladder fell at an earlier job site. However, the estimator continued to use the ladder rather than seeking a replacement. These ladder safety tips from CNA will help you keep workers safe.…
On March 27, MCAA consultants, Alston & Bird LLP, released a very comprehensive COVID-19 update for MCAA members. The update includes everything from the latest news on emergency funding, Administrative and Regulatory actions, workplace and home issues, and many other topics, as well as to links to all their past updates.…
Alston & Bird has tracked closures in each state and provided the details for quick reference.…
The UA, MCAA, ASSE and IAPMO have joined forces to bring our collective memberships information to be able to understand the risks of COVID-19 and show you the best ways to help prevent the spreading the virus among our pipefitters, plumbers, service technicians, sprinklerfitters, steamfitters and apprentices. …
Load More...