The National Academy of Floor Covering Training (NAFCT) is holding its 2018 Resilient Class February 9-10, in Dallas, TX.
The Resilient Flooring Inspector course is intended to teach a basic understanding of resilient floor covering inspection. (Prerequisite: IICRC Certification in SSI or ISSI).
The two-day event will feature presentations from leading flooring manufacturers, including:
Wood Sub Floors Manufacturing Methods and Identification
Sonny Callaham, Royal Adhesives
Concrete Composition and Hydration Process Affect on Porosity
David Stowell, Schonox
Concrete Additives to Reduce Emissions
Dean Craft, ISE Logik Industries Inc.
ASTM1869 Calcium Chloride: Measuring The Right Now
Don Jewell, Loba-Wakol
ASTM 2170 Relative Humidity, Determining The Potential
Jason Spangler, Wagner Meters
Moisture Mitigation Options
Ron Leffredo, H.B. Fuller
Sub Floor Prep: Whats Flat and Smooth and How Do I Get There
Seth Pevarnik, Ardex
Adhesives Technologies and Proper Specification/Application
Jeff Johnson, Mapei
“At National Academy of Floor Covering Training students thrive under the mentorship and training provided by nationally as well as internationally recognized instructors,” the association notes.
NAFCT mentoring has a vital role in ongoing student training. Student guidance in real life scenarios ensures success and industry advancement.
For registration, course details and more information about the Resilient Flooring Conference, visit: www.nafct.com, or call 920-858-9569.