The National Kitchen & Bath Association launched a non-design certification for kitchen and bath professionals.
The certification, Certified Kitchen & Bath Professional, was developed to enable kitchen and bath professionals in all non-design segments of the industry to demonstrate their experience, education, and expertise. To achieve certification, applicants must pass a multiple-choice exam and have at least five years of experience in the kitchen and bath industry with 40 hours of NKBA-approved education. The Certified Kitchen & Bath Professional curriculum is broken down into the following areas: 30 percent residential construction, 26 percent general business knowledge, 25 percent materials and products knowledge, and 19 pecent project management. This certification was developed through the efforts of two Certification Task Forces, two third-party consulting agencies, and NKBA staff, executive committee, and board of directors, as well as results from two surveys of 1,000 NKBA members.
To apply for certification, email CKBP@nkba.org.
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