Washington D.C.—The North American Laminate Flooring Association’s (NALFA) first 2020 laminate inspector certification class will take place Jan. 30 in conjunction with the International Surfaces Event (TISE) in Las Vegas. The newly redesigned class includes discussions on the Topical Moisture Resistance Assembled Joint test developed by NALFA. The class will also focus on the updated 2019 LF-01, LF-02 and LF-03 NALFA standards.
Attendees will receive first-hand information from industry representative, gain direct access to technical support, obtain or renew inspector certificates and become a preferred inspector for the laminate flooring industry. NALFA’s 2020 class will include an updated and redesigned curriculum and materials to enhance your inspector knowledge.
The curriculum will include: history of NALFA, manufacturing of laminate flooring, 2019 updates on LF-01, LF-02, LF-03 and laminate topical moisture resistance test, manufacturer’s installation requirements, moisture resistant and waterproof of laminate flooring, review of manufacturing and in-service product defects, manufacturing points of contact, inspection reporting and processes, and certification testing.
The class will be held 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. in room Tradewinds F as part of the educational sessions of TISE 2020. Those interested in attending must have a minimum of three years of experience as an inspector. Course fee is $350.
NALFA will hold a class in February in the greater Atlanta area as well as a class in March in Raleigh, N.C.
For more details, visit nalfa.com.