NHLA EDucational webinars
Welcome to the NHLA online learning portal. In this area, you will find and access live online courses and webinar replays. If you are looking for live, in-person courses, please visit the NHLA Calendar for a complete list of events.
Webinar replays are FREE to NHLA Members. Non-members can view for a fee.
Kitchen Cabinet Manufacturers Association Market Review
Who should attend: Any domestic manufacturer of cabinetry/component parts or companies that provide wood products to these industries.
NWFA: Hardwood Flooring Industry Update
Join NHLA and NWFA (National Wood Flooring Association) for a webinar that will provide you with a better understanding of where the hardwood flooring market is, where it is going, and the major influences and trends affecting it. You can learn about the NWFA resources available to you and your team, including how the newly developed wood flooring Environmental Product Declarations (EPD) clearly position wood flooring as the least impactful flooring material and wood products in general as the most significant potential mitigator of climate change. You will also learn about the newly launched NWFA Engineered Refinishable program, which differentiates real wood products from look-a-likes, encourages the use of longer-life products, and brings clarity to the wood flooring channel.
Who should attend: Owners, salespeople, marketing folks, and all who have an interest in learning more about the wood flooring industry, NWFA, and their newly developed environmental tools and programs which benefit the entire wood products industry.
Hardwood Market Update & Outlook
Join Dan Meyer with the Hardwood Review for this webinar that will cover recent hardwood market movements (prices, domestic/global demand, supply, etc.) and the near-term outlook.
Specific attention will be given to European markets for North American hardwoods and to the results of a May survey of North American industry contacts.
The webinar is suited for buyers and sellers of hardwood lumber, production planners and managers, and others interested in hardwood market trends.