City Floor Supply and NWFA Host Intermediate Installation Training
City Floor Supply (CFS) has teamed up with the National Wood Floor Association (NWFA) to offer Intermediate Installation Training to flooring contractors. The flooring distributor will host the training workshop at its North American headquarters in King of Prussia, Penn. April 25-27.
The Intermediate Installation course is a three-day training workshop that covers a variety of topics and offers contractors an opportunity to gain hands-on experience at an intermediate level. Contractors will learn about jobsite evaluation and preparation, installation techniques, safety, and flooring repairs. They will also will learn how to install both unfinished and prefinished solid and engineered wood floors, and will work with nail-down, glue-down, and floating floors.
In order to attend the Intermediate Installation Training, floor contractors must have a minimum of one years’ experience installing wood floors, or have successfully completed the “Principles of Wood Flooring” school. Upon successful completion of the three-day Intermediate Installation Training, contractors will earn three CCUs.
Installation Certification Testing will also be available Friday, April 28. To become a Certified NWFA Installer, contractors must have a minimum of three-years’ experience in wood flooring installation and have successfully completed the Intermediate, Advanced, or Expert level Installation Training, NWFA Installation Certification School, or an approved manufacturer school.
“We are excited to once again partner with the National Wood Floor Association to offer training at our facility,” said Mike Glavin, founder of City Floor Supply. “The NWFA is well known for the quality of their educational programs, and the Intermediate Installation course is no exception. This training course was designed so contractors can take their skills and career to the next level, and we are thrilled to be able to help make that happen!”
Class will be held from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. each day. Lunch will be served. The registration fee is $649 for NWFA members or $749 for non-members. Seating is limited.
For more information, call (800) 737-1786 or visit www.nwfa.org.