Sub-Zero Freezer Company, a manufacturer of residential refrigeration and wine storage, and Wolf Appliance Company, a manufacturer of luxury cooking instruments, have received a National Kitchen and Bath Association (NKBA) continuing education credit for their Designer Factory Training Program.
The 2-day program, held at Sub-Zero and Wolf’s corporate headquarters in Madison, WI, U.S., informs designers how the company’s products are designed and built and how they perform.
Sub-Zero and Wolf say they are dedicated to the education of dealers, distributors, and designers in order to extend the performance and reliability of their products to all points of service.
"NKBA CEU approval of the designer training program reinforces our commitment to the design community and continuing trade education," said Steve Dunlap, vice president of Sales for Sub-Zero and Wolf. "We eagerly anticipate growing this program in conjunction with NKBA in the years ahead."
This year, Sub-Zero and Wolf will conduct more than 35 seminars for 1,300 trade customers. Retailers and designers from across North America participate in a comprehensive curriculum molded to their respective disciplines. Each designer program consists of 14 hr of instruction with emphasis on design planning, future design trends, product demonstrations, and facility tours.
NKBA-certified designers will receive .3 NKBA Continuing Education Unit (CEU) credits for participating in the training program. Eligible recipients of credit include NKBA CKDs, CBDs, AKBDs, CKEs, CBEs, CKBIs, and CMKBDs.
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