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~Santa Ana, CA – Oct. 23, 2012 – Installer

TRI Installer Certification Santa Ana Oct 23 2012October 23, 2012
7:30 AM – 4:00 PM

LaQuinta Inn & Suites
2721 Hotel Terrace
Santa Ana, CA 92705

Roger Urbach, Urbach Roofing was our featured speaker before the lunch break, talking about challenges and changes in California tile roofing and the importance of training and education.

For more information or questions, contact John Jensen at (206) 241-5774.

 

4 Responses to ~Santa Ana, CA – Oct. 23, 2012 – Installer

  1. Edgar Paz September 3, 2012 at 6:14 am #

    Would this course be recommended to to be taken by someone that has no roofing experience like myself? If so please let me know. Thank you

    • Instructor September 3, 2012 at 9:11 am #

      Edgar, I’ll say yes and no, which I think is fair in this case. The course uses the Moderate Climate Installation Guide for Clay and Concrete Tile as the foundation. Lots of our attendees are inspectors with no specific roofing experience but very good general construction knowledge. They value the course. So on the “yes” side, you will learn the basic requirements, optional upgrades and various installation types allowed, and you will have a familiarity with the manual that will allow you to find this information when needed. We also discuss Specialty applications, high wind, new attachment option and accessory products etc. In general it is also tremendously beneficial to be in a classroom with about 20 people with a variety of experience levels willing to share insights and challenges. Very experienced people take the class and that benefits me too! On the “no” side, if you have no construction experience at all some of the terminology could be challenging. But if you choose to sign up I can send you a manual early and answer some questions ahead of time.

  2. ALBA September 19, 2012 at 9:26 am #

    IS THE TRAINING AVAILABLE IN SPANISH?

    • Instructor September 19, 2012 at 2:49 pm #

      Alba, we do not offer the full course in Spanish. We do have tests in Spanish. I think we spoke earlier. As I mentioned we do not want individuals to fail the test due to a language barrier if they know the material. Sometimes that means one-on-one help during testing and we are happy to do that. John 206-241-5774