NextGen Initiative Announces December 6 Webinar

Developing a Practical Plan to Work with Schools

The American Fire Sprinkler Association (AFSA) NextGen Initiative (NGI) is pleased to announce its upcoming December 6 webinar: “Developing a Practical Plan to Work with Schools” presented by Christina Catron of NCCER, The National Center for Construction Education and Research.

Webinar Details “Developing a Practical Plan to Work with Schools” is part of the ongoing quarterly webinar series established by AFSA’s under-40, young professional subgroup, NGI. The webinar will take place on Thursday, December 6 at 11:00 am Central. This 90-minute webinar will provide an overview of how to build a plan to work with schools, including the key elements and resources needed for implementation. These resources include: hands-on activities, career and technical education terminology crossword puzzle, outline of Powerpoint to present at schools, and industry activity sheet to take to schools. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to expand your understanding how to best work with schools and distribute important messaging on fire sprinklers.

Christina Catron is the senior manager of marketing and design at NCCER. She joined the marketing department in 2011. She has a passion for education and recruiting young talent into the construction workforce. Over the years, she has assisted NCCER in developing several national initiatives such as Construction Career Pathways and Build Your Future. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Microbiology and Cell Science from the University of Florida and an Associate of Science in Digital Media Technology from Santa Fe College.

Register Online Registration for this webinar is now available. Webinar registration is free to all AFSA members ($250 for non-members). This webinar will award 0.15 CEUs; it does not award CPDs. There is a $25 fee for CEU certificates for both members and non-members. Register online at

AFSA offers webinars on technical topics and business solutions several times a year. This is a hassle-free way to learn and earn required continuing education credits from any location that is convenient for you! To subscribe to our Education & Training Updates and be notified of upcoming webinars please email training@firesprinkler. org. For details on AFSA membership, email

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