CFI offers certification, workshops at TISE

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Kansas City, Missouri—The International Certified Flooring Installers Association (CFI) will offer CFI certification and host workshops at The International Surfaces Event (TISE) being held Jan. 20-23 at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas. The focus of the workshops is presenting an opportunity to achieve installation excellence and exceptional customer service. CFI Certification is available for those who successfully complete the course, which requires two days and a minimum of two years experience in the installation trade.

The CFI Woven and Patterned Carpet Workshop agenda shares demonstrations and hands-on instruction for residential and commercial carpet applications, while the CFI Resilient Workshop presents safety and product information as well as LVT flooring installation techniques.

Registration is available at www.tisewest.com. The cost is $495 for the training and CFI Certification and $295 for verified WFCA members.

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