Initial NRCA Certification Trainer Courses Scheduled for April and May
Roofing contractors can have an active role in the National Roofing Association’s (NRCA) ProCertification initiative by participating in two upcoming conferences.
The NRCA will host a special, two-day conference beginning April 25 at the Johns Manville Rockdale Plant in Joliet, Ill., for roofing contractors that want to become NRA ProCertification Qualified Trainers.
A similar session is scheduled for May 16-17 at the Florida Roofing & Sheet Metal Association office in Winter Park, Fla.
The ProCertification program is a national worker certification initiative to certify roof system installers, trainers and assessors. NRCA CEO Reid Ribble announced the idea for the program earlier this year, and pledged $15 million from the organization toward the effort.
This program is designed for those with three or more years of roofing industry experience with single-ply membranes and/or asphalt shingles and who have an interest in becoming roofing industry trainers.
After completing the program, you will be able to conduct hands-on demonstrations and use effective coaching skills; incorporate training best practices into your training sessions; train roofing workers in installation skills; and verify trainees' successful completion of training.
Visit www.nrca.net for more information on pricing and how to register.