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On Friday, April 22, NTCA contractor members in the New Orleans, La., area will have the opportunity to attend NTCA Members Only Regional Training on Standards-based Installation of Gauged Porcelain Tile Panels (GPTP) and Slabs (GPTP).
NTCA Trainers Randy Fleming and Chad Jones will present the New Orleans event, sponsored by Atlas Concorde and hosted by BPI at 720 Elmwood Park, Blvd., Harahan, La., near New Orleans. For more information, contact Jeff Montalbano or Mark Perch at 901.351.4882, or email [email protected]. To register, click here.
The following Wednesday, April 27, the GPTP training will come to Jackson, Miss., also sponsored by Atlas Concorde and hosted by BPI at 2295 Boling Street in Jackson. NTCA Trainers Matt Welner and Chad Jones, with NTCA Training Director Mark Heinlein will present the program. For more information, contact Joe Newell at 901.351.1924 or email [email protected]. To register, click here.
These all-day trainings focusing on Standards-based Installation of Gauged Porcelain Tile Panels (GPTP) and Slabs (GPTP) will begin at 7:30 a.m.
With the demand for GPTP skyrocketing, this training can give you the grounding to install these panels with confidence and accuracy. This free training will teach you the new tile industry standards and methods for installing GPTP. You’ll also learn how GPTP is made, where it can be used and the special tools, setting materials and techniques required to install it.
This program will stress:
•Industry standards and methods relevant to the subject area
•Adherence to manufacturer instructions
•Substrate analysis and preparation
•Selection and installation materials such as mortars, membranes, grouts, sealants, drains and related setting materials
•Selection and use of tools including specialty tools
•Efficient work flow and teamwork
•Job site safety and health practices
For the best one-on-one learning for attendees this NTCA Regional Training only accepts 20 people. Register today to secure your spot for this valuable free training!