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Qualatex Certified Balloon Artist

We've been asked if we offer balloon decorating training. Though we do not, many classes are available to teach basic techniques to get you started or refine your art. However, if you're looking to increase your appeal and boost your balloon decorating business, you may want to consider becoming a certified balloon artist (CBA). Qualatex offers this certification program, which not only teaches you valuable tips and techniques, but also provides several networking opportunities.

In addition to the education you'll receive, your certification status will get you listed in a directory with other CBA's. If a customer is looking for someone who truly knows their stuff, they make be inclined to call on local CBA's from options listed in this directory. Plus, as a CBA, you'll have the opportunity to attend Qualatex-hosted events and receive exclusive discounts.

Keep this opportunity in mind if you'd like to hone in on your skills and really grow your business.


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