The WCAA wishes to congratulate the 43 professionals who successfully completed the Certified Window Treatment Consultant program, which was held on March 28, 1996, at the World of Home Fashion Show in Indianapolis, IN.
These individuals were: Colleen L. Aracich, Talofofo, Guam; Phil Armstrong, Indianapolis, IN; Richard R. Barr, Maplewood, NJ; Tina T. Benko, North Canton, OH; Jennaver Brown, St Louis, MO; Barbara Chidsey, Brunswick, OH; Carolyn Corbin, Chicago, IL; Deb Curtis, Rochester, IN; Kelly Davis, Springfield, IL; Sue Disco, Springfield, IL; Kathleen Freis, New Holstein, WI; Sarah Jean Fretwell, Fullerton, CA; Connie Frobase, Lima, OH; Michelle C. Goking, Sheboygan, WI; Doug L. Hunt, Suwanee, GA; Jean Jezior, North Royalton, OH; Sally A. Johnson, Alma Center, WI; Kim Kaberle, Louisville, KY; Lynn A. Kwilasz, Portage, IN; Anne Laman, Lima, OH; Janis Malone, Clinton, CT; Katherine Webster McKee, Cranberry Township, PA; Debby Mercier, New Albany, IN; Sharon Pry, Madison, OH; Patti Quackenbush, Greenwood, IN; Kris Ragsdale, Greenwood, IN; Mary Ann Reilly, Dickson City, PA; Jill Ribich, Westerville, OH; Larry Rogers, Rochester, NY; Denise Savage, Bringhurst, IN; Dianne Schaffer, Canton, OH; Sandra Scheiwe, Carmel, IN; Robin Seymour, Westerville, OH; Sharon K. Sheridan, Greentown, IN; Karol Smith, Eighty Four, PA; Jennifer Springstead, Basalt, CO; Darlene Stine, Danville, PA; Missi Wheeler, Jupiter, FL; Janet White, Jacksonville, FL; Rosann M. Whiting, Gibsonburg, OH; Mary Wilcox, Kokomo, IN; Darlene O. Wildridge, Washington, IN; Suzanne D. Young, Marion, OH.
Each of these individuals successfully passed the final examination with a score greater than 80 percent correct. The exam was given at the conclusion of the all-day review seminar on March 28, which was presented by Karla J. Nielson, assistant professor of design at Brigham Young University.
Next Certification Set for San Francisco
The next session for the Certified Window Treatment Consultant program has been set for Thursday, August 22, 1996, in conjunction with the Pacific Home Fashions Fair at the Concourse Exposition Center in San Francisco, CA.
As the most comprehensive single educational program in the industry, it requires a significant amount of self-study in preparation for the review seminar and examination at the show. Participants are encouraged to register early so that they have plenty of time to learn the material.
When you register for the program, you are immediately sent the study materials--so don't wait until the last minute! Contact Bill Nathan at the WCAA office for more information or to register.