Feb 22-23, 2018 | SOLD OUT.
Apr 19-20, 2018 | SOLD OUT.
Thursday: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Friday: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
TPO and EPDM are the two most popular low slope roofing membranes in Colorado. This course is intended for installers who are newer to the industry who are seeking in depth knowledge of TPO and EPDM systems as well as learning proper installation techniques for each of these membrane systems and their respective details.
What Students Had to Say:
“I now have a complete understating of TPO and EPDM details and why.” – Eric
“The instruction was clear and precise and I did not have any problems, the instructors were constantly moving around to each station and available to answer questions at all times.” – Jeff
“This course has been great. The instructors were very helpful and informative. I really enjoyed the hands-on portion as it made learning it a lot easier.”- Tom
“The class was very informative. Any questions were quickly and professionally answered right away. I found that the methods I was using weren’t always the correct way. The instructors made all clear.” – Kyle
“I can go from laboring to roofing!” – Lloyd
Small class size; maximum 20 students per course. The two-day class is approximately 75% hands-on and includes lectures as well as working sessions. Students will install details on our mock-ups so they come away with a greater understanding of proper installation techniques. Upon completing the course, students will receive a “Certificate of Completion.”
Total MEMBER Investment: $500.00
Total NON-Member Investment: $750.00
Make a commitment to take a person out of the field for two-days, we’ll train them and with their new knowledge and skills, they will be twice as productive when they return.
TPO/EPDM Course Curriculum
Day 1 – TPO Introduction and Overview
TPO Demonstration and Hands On – Mechanically attached system with heat welded seams and best practices for common flashing details
Day 2 – EPDM Introduction and Overview
EPDM Demonstration and Hands on – Adhered system with taped seams and best practices for common flashing details
Bring with you:
Students should bring their own gloves and safety glasses, appropriate hand tools, leister and a screw gun if you have one. (Supplementary tools will be available for use during the class.)
Terms & Conditions
By registering to attend a class at the CRA Training Center, you CONFIRM and ACCEPT the following terms, conditions and policies.
Terms and Conditions: Our payment policy is that we need payment prior to class. If we have not received payment prior to the class you will NOT be allowed to attend the course. I understand and accept this policy.
Class Changes and Cancellations: A class will be closed when it reaches its maximum enrollment, so register early. The CRA Training Center reserves the right to cancel any course in the event of insufficient enrollment. Course cancellations will be made at least one week prior to the course start date. Students enrolled in a cancelled class are entitled to a full refund, or the payment may be transferred to another course that is held within one calendar year.
Refund Policy: If a cancellation notice is received in writing 7 days prior to the start of the course, a full (100%) refund will be issued within two weeks from the date of cancellation. No credit will be given for partial classes/sessions taken.
CRA Member Continuing Involvement Units (CIUs) = 8 per person