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Metal Buildings Institute Launches New Online Training Site

Bethlehem, PA - Steve Webster, Metal Buildings Institute (MBI) President, announces a new online location for the Quality and Craftsmanship Training Series. The original 11-module series is now available at, located under the Products drop-down tab as Quality and Craftsmanship 101. Additionally, a new Insulated Metal Panel video is now available at the same location titled Quality and Craftsmanship 102.

The Quality and Craftsmanship 101 videos were created by the Metal Buildings Institute with assistance from the Metal Building Contractors and Erectors Association (MBCEA) for use in the training and development of new assemblers. The training series is offered in both English and Spanish. The Quality and Craftsmanship 102 video is meant to provide an introduction and overview to insulated metal panels, or IMPs. The in-place performance of IMPs is critically dependent upon quality installation, which led to the creation of this training video. This video is also available in English and Spanish. Testing and certification is available for each series.

MBI has granted MBCEA members free access to the original 11-module series and a steep discount to the annual subscription rate for the IMP video. For information on how to access these benefits contact Sasha Demyan at

About The Metal Building Contractors And Erectors Association

mbcea-logoThe MBCEA was formed in 1968 to serve the needs and support the interests of metal building contractors and erectors. Its three main goals are: to provide programs and venues that enhance education opportunities for metal building contractors and erectors; to develop programs to enhance the image of metal building contractors and erectors, and the metal building industry; and to develop and maintain programs specifically designed to support and respond to the needs of the grassroots membership of the MBCEA. The association has membership from virtually every aspect of the industry throughout North America and across the globe. For more information, visit or contact Sasha Demyan at 484-239-3337.

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