ACCREDITATION

Becoming Accredited

The MIA accreditation program recognizes those companies that are among the best in the natural stone industry with respect to its physical facility and equipment, business and trade practices, technical knowledge and expertise, quality control, safety, finance, ethics, customer service and education, advertising and promotion, and employee policies for training, advancement, and discipline. The sole purpose of the accreditation program is to increase the quality of fabrication and installation practices in the stone industry and to reward those companies that qualify with a special identity in the marketplace.

3 Types of Accreditation

(Click on the Program Name for a Sample Application):

  1. Natural Stone Fabricator
  2. Commercial A Contractor (Heavy Commercial)
  3. Commercial B Contractor (Light Commercial)

How to Begin the Accreditation Process

Click "Application Request Form" below. The application fee is $250 for MIA members, ISFA members, and members of associations affiliated with the Natural Stone Council and $500 for non-MIA/ISFA/NSC members and must be paid before the application will be mailed to you.

Application Request Form

 

Accreditation Immersion Course

The Immersion Course will prepare you, or another employee at your company, to fill out the accreditation application and, most importantly, take the accreditation exam. Attendees have the opportunity to take the actual accreditation exam during the afternoon and, if they pass, that portion of the accreditation process will be considered complete. The price of the course ($199) includes an accreditation application ($250 value).

Class at TISE in Las Vegas
Date: Wed, January 18, 2017
Time: 9:00am - 4:00pm PST
Location: Coral A, Mandalay Bay Convention Center, Las Vegas, NV
More information or to register: click here

 

Accredited Companies Order Form for MIA Materials

Click here to download the order form.

 

 

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