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Orlando, FL – June 22, 2017 – TRI Florida High Wind Certification

TRI Installer Certification TrainingJune 22, 2017
Florida High Wind Installer Certification
8:30am – 4:00pm

At the FRSA Annual Convention
Orange County Convention Center
Orlando, FL  32819
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Link to FRSA Convention Details

The TRI Florida High Wind Certification class is for entry level and experienced roofers who want to expand their skills and understanding of the 5th Edition FRSA/TRI High Wind Installation manual. The class is also helpful for roof consultants, home inspectors and industry professionals who work with tile roofing. Those who pass the multiple choice 50 question test can market their knowledge using the High Wind Installer Certification logo on their website and marketing materials. They will also be included in the contractor search at:
http://tileroofing.org/find-contractor/

Pre-registration is required due to limited seating. Members of FRSA will receive the TRI member discount. If you are a member of the FRSA please check the “Associate Member” box to receive the $199 rate. Registration will be open soon.

CE Credits – Attendees that pass the test will earn 6 General CE Credits. In order to receive the credit you must include your Florida License number when you register.

Certification Renewal
If you were certified or re-certified in 2014 when the 5th Edition manual was initially released you can attend the first 2 hours of this class and take the 15 question renewal test at the morning break. You will earn 2 CE Credits for the 2 hour review of the 5th Edition Manual, and your TRI Certification will be extended another 2 years. The renewal fee is $99.00

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Questions? Contact TRI National Training Manager John Jensen: 206-241-5774, jjensen@tileroofing.org

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