FCICA, the Flooring Contractors Association, will host the ICRI Concrete Slab Moisture Testing Certification on Wednesday, March 21 and Thursday, March 22, 2018, at the Beau Rivage Resort and Casino in Biloxi, MS, in conjunction with the FCICA Annual Convention and Commercial Flooring Trade Show.
For more information and to register for the ICRI Concrete Slab Moisture Testing Certification hosted by FCICA, visit here. FCICA members: please call the office for your discount code!
The Certification program has two tiers:
Tier 1 applicants are those who are not regularly engaged in slab moisture testing, yet have an active interest in learning more about the tests, what the tests mean, and how the tests should be performed.
Tier 2 applicants are those who seek full certification.
Both tiers require attendance at a three-hour educational session, followed by a written exam. Tier 2 full certification applicants will also be required to perform each of the four applicable ASTM tests under the watchful eye of a qualified judge who will not provide any level of coaching.
Pre-qualification for acceptance into the Tier 2 full certification program will be previous hands-on moisture testing experience, as approved by ICRI. As an alternative, applicants may take the optional Demonstration and Workshop to fulfill the previous testing experience requirement. Tier 2 Recertification written exam is also available at this class.
FCICA, headquartered in West Bloomfield, Michigan, is the resource for premier commercial flooring contractors. Promoting the advancement and continuous development of Certified Installation Managers (CIM). Providing technical education, business support and industry expert networking. Delivering skills and knowledge to enhance the professionalism of commercial flooring contractors. FCICA is an international association whose contractor members serve the continental United States, plus Burma, Guam and Canada. For more information about FCICA: visit www.fcica.com; or call 248-661-5015; toll free (877) TO-FCICA.
Headquartered in Minneapolis, Minnesota, the purpose of the ICRI is to improve the quality of concrete restoration, repair, protection and sustainability, through education of, and communication among, the members and those who use their services. ICRI provides education, certification, networks, and leadership to improve the quality of repair, restoration, and protection/preservation of concrete and other material systems. For more information about ICRI: visit www.icri.org; or call 651-366-6095.