Wagner Meters waives fee for training and certification class

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Rogue River, Ore.—Wagner Meters, a worldwide provider of wood and concrete moisture measurement instrumentation, has waived the $75 fee for its online Rapid RH Training Course and Certification for concrete moisture testing, effective immediately and for a limited time during the nationwide COVID-19 lockdown. The fee waiver is part of the Wagner Meters overall effort to provide floor covering industry professionals with more training and education opportunities to prepare for the imminent and possibly dramatic return of business when lockdowns are lifted.

“It’s naive to think that business in general won’t spring back with a vengeance when the lockdowns are lifted,” said Jason Spangler, flooring division manager for Wagner Meters. “So, we’re providing whatever training and assistance we can to ensure flooring professionals return to the workplace ready to tackle the large workload and armed with the best information to ensure every project is successful.”

The Rapid RH Training Course features video presentations by experts such as Howard Kanare on topics such as “RH Testing for Concrete Floors,” “The Most Useful Method” and “The Most Accurate Measurement Device.” Upon completion of the training and course exam, a course certificate will be issued that is suitable for framing. The fee waiver for the course is expected to be in effect for the entire time period of lockdown orders across the United States.

Visit here to take the free Rapid RH Training course, and follow the directions to initiate the training and certification process.

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