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Calendar  »  October 2011  »  North Carolina  »  Training Seminars & Workshops  » 
Rimkus Consulting Group's 4th Annual Continuing Education Conference
Sponsor: Rimkus Consulting Group, Carolina Restoration, FRSTeam Restoration
Event Type: Training Seminars & Workshops
 
Event Dates:
 
10/13/2011 - 10/13/2011
Event Location:
 
Charlotte, NC - Hilton Garden Inn Charlotte/Ayrsley; 1920 Ayrsley Town Blvd.
Event Type:
 
Training Seminars & Workshops
Event Sponsor:
 
Rimkus Consulting Group, Carolina Restoration, FRSTeam Restoration
Contact Title:
 
Krista Weaver
Contact Phone:
 
704-491-6668
Website:
 
Event Description:
 
We will be hosting a 1-day seminar of North Carolina Continuing Education accredited courses for up to 6 hours of credit units, including a second track of classes to allow for you to choose classes that are more related to your specific position. There will be 9 total courses being presented. Please register as soon as possible as the courses do get fully reserved quickly.
This seminar is being presented free of charge, but If your company requires a payment to attend, the charge will be $10, payable at the door.
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