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Construction alum schedules second VSI training, draws industry spotlight

Williamson enlightens her Reach Road audience during an installation training in late June. (Photo provided)
Williamson enlightens her Reach Road audience during an installation training in late June. (Photo provided)

Building construction technology alumna Daun M. Williamson will conduct a second Vinyl Siding Institute installer training next month at the college’s Clean Energy Center, 2245 Reach Road. Williamson, part of the college’s inaugural group of certified installers in September, will instruct the course from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 25. The May graduate’s success in obtaining industry certifications (she already is credentialed as an installer trainee, an installer and a trainer) is noted in a recent article at ForConstructionPros.com. Those interested in attending should consult the course flyer and register by the Aug. 19 deadline: Installer Training

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