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Learn more about the Damage Prevention Institute at the Jan. 18 webinar

  • 13 January 2023
  • Author: Kelly Cahill
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Learn more about the Damage Prevention Institute at the Jan. 18 webinar

CGA will be hosting a webinar on Jan. 18 at 2 p.m. ET focused on CGA's new arm, the Damage Prevention Institute (DPI). After CGA’s recent acquisition of the Gold Shovel Association (GSA), all new and existing CGA members will have the opportunity to get to know the DPI and its role on our Jan. 18 webinar.

The DPI will establish the next generation of performance metrics to equitably evaluate the efforts of damage prevention organizations across all stakeholder groups. With this new peer-reviewed model of shared accountability, the DPI and its accreditation process will make the damage prevention process more efficient and effective for all those involved. Participation in the DPI is open to all CGA members, including former GSA members who are now part of CGA, at no additional cost.

Join us for the DPI webinar on Jan. 18 at 2 p.m. ET as we share how to enroll in and pursue accreditation through DPI, and take a deeper look into the phased approach of the DPI rollout. Click here to register for the free webinar.

If you haven’t already, take a look at the DPI’s website, which covers important information about the DPI’s history and vision, frequently asked questions, guiding principles and more. We hope you'll join us on Jan. 18 and look forward to sharing more information about CGA’s newest arm and what the future holds for the DPI.

If you’re not able to join us on Jan. 18, you will be able to view a recorded version of the webinar afterward in CGA’s Webinar Library.

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