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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 Finish, October 23 - 25, St. Louis, MO
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• This 3-day course is designed for experienced wood floor professionals. We start with working through the proper preparation of the wood floor to receive the desired end-result look.

 Export to Your Calendar 10/23/2018 to 10/25/2018
When: Tuesday, October 23, 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: 10/22/2018
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Advanced Finish

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

·         This 3-day course is designed for experienced wood floor professionals. We start with working through the proper preparation of the wood floor to receive the desired end-result look. Learn from a variety of subject matter experts on a variety of finishing techniques using unique application methods, products and systems such as reactive conditioners, bleaches dyes, oils, pigments, and other colorants in conjunction with a multitude of finish systems to create a pallet of styles and looks within the same floors. We also work with many unique and historical woodworking finish processes that often take the finishing process to a higher level.   Come experiment with manufacturers and product to learn a multitude of skills to 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 three continuing certification units upon completion.