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Time Changes!

Don't forget that time changes for most of the nation this weekend - Arizona being one of  the exceptions.

Time to Celebrate!

This November marks the 20th Anniversary of the founding of our organization!  From its beginnings in 1992, our organization has evolved into the premier credentialing body for the indoor air quality industry.  We offer accredited certifications for industry professionals and accreditation for learning programs of all types.

Time Short?

We have added a new text to the list of recertification texts.  The NY Toxic Mold Task Force Report can be downloaded free.  Reading it and taking a short, inexpensive online exam can provide you with another 4 RC hours.

Time to Make Money!

With the storms on the east coast affecting governmental facilities in dozens of states, it's time to look at the benefits of being certified by ACAC.  Your local procurement officer may not realize it, but the Unified Facilities Guide Specifications names specific ACAC certifications for specific tasks.

Time for Help?

Who better to ask than a fellow ACAC certificant – someone who has the field experience to assist you when local disasters overburden your response efforts?  Simply go to the ACAC website and pull up a search query for the contact information for those with the designations that best fit your needs!  Hint! – ACAC certificants in locations West of the Mississippi may be available to help those areas hit by Sandy.  (Zip Code Map)

Time to Build Brand and Brag Big!

Those of you who employ ACAC certificants can now order the 2013 Employer Seal.  Simply call our office to get the custom-made digital seal, which can be used on everything from estimates and proposals to trucks and billboards.

Charlie Wiles, executive director

American Council for Accredited Certification | Post Office Box 1000 | Yarnell, AZ  85362-1000
 Voice: 888-808-8381 | Fax: 888-894-3590 |

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