NALFA introduces its NEW Inspector Certification Class!

After a successful launch at the 2011 SURFACES show, the North American Laminate Flooring Association (NALFA) is ready to officially unveil its NEW Inspector Certification Class. This affordable one day class is designed just for inspectors who want to expand their knowledge and get an edge on the competition!

The NALFA inspector certification class is the FIRST an ONLY course dedicated exclusively to laminate flooring and endorsed by the leading North American laminate flooring manufacturers. Benefits include:

  • Potential for increased income and credibility as a Laminate Flooring Inspector
  • Excellent visibility among distributors and retailers through the nalfa.com website as a  CERTIFIED LAMINATE FLOORING INSPECTOR
  • Networking with some of the best Flooring Inspectors in the business
  • Direct and privileged access to the technical support services of NALFA members
  • Constant updates of technical innovations in the laminate flooring world
  • WFCA Trade Scholarship approved

The one-day curriculum covers:

  • NALFA History
  • Laminate 101
  • Installation Requirements
  • Inspection Tools & Standards
  • Product Defect Review
  • Inspection Reporting & Process
  • Certification Testing
  • Evaluation

Join Us for One of Our 2011 Dates!

Raleigh, NC – Wednesday March 9, 2011

Dallas, TX – Friday March 18, 2011

Toronto – Friday May 27, 2011

Salem, NJ – Friday June 24, 2011

Vancouver – Friday August 26, 2011

Chicago, IL – Tuesday September 27, 2011

Calhoun, GA – Friday November 11, 2011

The cost for the class is $350 and includes all instructional materials, lunch, membership certificate, and an ID card.  Interested participants should call Teiya Eubanks at 423-316-1566 or send an email to teubanks@kmtcreative.com for more information or to register.

NALFA has been setting the standard in the laminate flooring industry for the past 13 years. For more information, please visit www.nalfa.com

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