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9/25/2017 » 9/28/2017
2017 NWFACP Inspector School, September 25 - 28,St. Louis, MO

10/9/2017 » 10/13/2017
2017 Advanced Training, October 9 -13, St. Louis, MO

10/17/2017 » 10/19/2017
2017 Intermediate Sand & Finish + NWFA CP Sand & Finish Testing, October 17 - 19, Herndon, VA

10/19/2017 » 10/20/2017
2017 Concrete Preparation for Wood Flooring , October 19-20, Temecula, CA

2018 Advanced Installation, October 9 - 12, St. Louis, MO
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• This 4-day course is designed for experienced wood floor professionals. Learn a variety of techniques for creating, designing, installing and developing unique patterns and designs with solid, engineered, unfinished and factory finished wood floors. Every advanced level school covers different specialty skills dependent on student and instructor input.

 Export to Your Calendar 10/9/2018 to 10/12/2018
When: Tuesday, October 9, 2018
8:00 AM
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NWFA Training Center
111 Chesterfield Industrial Blvd
Chesterfield, Missouri  63005
United States
Contact: Tricia Swindoll
800-422-4556


Online registration is available until: 10/5/2018
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Advanced Installation

·         Prerequisites; 3 years of Installation experience AND attendance at the Intermediate Installation school. Plus complete NWFA University Installation courses.

·         This 4-day course is designed for experienced wood floor professionals.  Learn a variety of techniques for creating, designing, installing and developing unique patterns and designs with solid, engineered, unfinished and factory finished wood floors.  Every advanced level school covers different specialty skills dependent on student and instructor input. The end result upon completion of this course involves students learning a multitude of skills you can take to your own jobs, and to further your career in our trade. This course is not necessary, but strongly recommended for those looking to pursue a Certified Master Craftsman status.     

·         Receive four continuing certification units upon completion.