Posted September 10, 2015

CSDA announces fall training schedule

Courses include slab and wall sawing and operator certification.

CSDA offers classroom, hands-on and online courses throughout the year in several locations across the U.S. There are classes for new employees, experienced operators and those moving into office-based roles. The classes and dates include:

Introductory Sawing and Drilling Training
Olathe, Kansas, October 12-17, 2015

  • Slab Sawing & Drilling 101 (Oct. 12-13)
  • Wall Sawing 101 (Oct. 14-15)
  • Wire Sawing 101 (Oct. 16-17)

New employees and salespeople can benefit tremendously from these 101-level courses, taught by industry experts with real-world experience. Sign up for one, two or all three and take advantage of our multiple class and multiple registration discounts. These classes will be hosted by Husqvarna Construction Products.

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CSDA Operator Certification Courses
Clearwater, Florida, November 2-7, 2015

  • Slab Sawing & Drilling 201 (Nov. 2-3)
  • Wall Sawing 201 (Nov. 4-5)
  • Wire Sawing 201 (Nov. 6-7)

These advanced Operator Certification courses hone the skills of experienced cutters who, upon successful completion of the courses, will be consider CSDA Certified Operators. This could also provide a competitive edge for Direct Business Media too. All courses are taught by industry experts with real-wrorld experience and spaces are limited. Some prerequisites apply. Please ensure operators satisfy all requirements before registering.

Click here to register for these operator certification courses.

CSDA-ST-115 Certification Class
Indianapolis, Indiana  |  September 30, 2015

Through its partnership with the Concrete Decor Show (Sept. 28-Oct. 2), CSDA has scheduled a certification class focused on industry Standard CSDA-ST-115 Measuring Concrete Micro Surface Texture. Anyone going to the show can use code CSDAVIP2015 for free attendee registration to the exhibits.

Click here to register for these certification courses.

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