Brick Manufacturers & Members

CBA Member Sales Training

INVITATION

ALL CBA MEMBERS

Are your sales staff making the most of sales enquiries? Do they ask the right questions of prospective buyers, and give accurate and clear answers to queries? 

This FREE full day training course worth R1 950 is being sponsored by the CBA for the benefit of members and merchants/brick distributors selling bricks to the builder and end user. Topics include clay brick classes, specification and properties, basic structural bricklaying, damp proofing, cleaning and paving.

  • Date: Friday 4 October 2019 from 10h00 until 15h00.
  • Venue:The Building Centre, Platinum Street, Northgate Estate, Cape Town
Each CBA member company may send up to 4 delegates. If there is seating space at any venue, we will issue a second round of invitations.

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