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CABA and ISA sign memorandum of understanding
Research Triangle Park, N. C. – The Continental Automated Buildings Association (CABA) has entered into a memorandum of understanding with the International Society of Automation (ISA) to promote ISA courses to the CABA membership.
CABA has committed to promoting ISA courses that address building automation and control systems through the CABA website. Links to ISA courses are available for immediate access at www.caba.org/education-and-training.
"CABA is extremely pleased to enter into this agreement which strengthens its relationship with the International Society of Automation," said Ronald J. Zimmer, CABA president and CEO. "One of the most important functions of CABA is to educate industry stakeholders and consumers about the advantages of intelligent buildings and the process for creating and maintaining intelligent buildings. We believe our agreement with ISA will lead to a stronger, educated workforce."
ISA Executive Director and CEO, Patrick Gouhin said, "ISA is dedicated to working with its partners to enhance the quality of the workforce through its multifaceted education programs. Our organization is thrilled to work with CABA to establish a list of available ISA education opportunities that will help the labor force in the building automation sector upgrade their skills."
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