More stories about Education

  • Survivors

    It may be the 30th anniversary for the Atlantic City Pool & Spa Show, but organizers are determined to keep things fresh and relevant

  • Drowning-Prevention Group Taps New Leader

    Less than a month after losing its executive director, a leading water safety organization has named a replacement.

  • A Sunny Forecast

    Fine-tuning a trade show each year is an art that organizers of the 2011 Orlando Pool & Spa Show have certainly perfected

  • Education Roundup

    The 2011 Southwest Pool & Spa Show is big on training — so much so that most of the schedule is devoted to it

  • Plasterers Conference Blends Education, Networking

    The National Plasterers Council has taken its start-up certification program on the road.

  • Education Pioneer Passes Away

    Al Inglin, a driving force in industry education and an avid association participant, died unexpectedly of an infection Oct. 6. He was 76 years old.

  • What Would You Do: Economy

    Saddled by crushing debt, high unemployment and a plummeting housing market, the U.S. economy has seen brighter days.

  • Pool Industry Expo Emphasizes Education

    Among travelers of all stripes, Monterey, Calif., is known for beautiful beaches, delicious food and a quaint seaside atmosphere.

  • State of the Market

    Jamie Albert Snyder began selling fiberglass pools about 5 years ago.

  • Enduring Myths

    Despite greater education available through manufacturers, distributors and dealers, myths surrounding fiberglass pools still persist. Here are a few the pros continue to help dispel: