ULTRAFLOR® Training Programs
ULTRAFLOR® Certification Class
2018 CLASS SCHEDULE-SAN DIEGO, CA OFFICE
- February 14-15
- April 11-12
- June 13-14
- October 10-11
2018 CLASS SCHEDULE-PHILADELPHIA, PA OFFICE
- March 14-15
- May 16-17
- July 18-19 (CANCELLED)
- September 5-6
- November 7-8
- ONLINE CLASS REGISTRATION
- IF YOU WANT TO EMAIL YOUR FORM-PRINT THE FORM AND SEND BACK TO A DIAMATIC USA CLASS REPRESENTATIVE
ULTRAFLOR® WEBINAR Re-Certification
NOTE: WEBINAR re-certification class is for current installers that need to be recertified.
- upcoming webinars to be announced. If you have employees that need recertification, please contact us.
Email our Diamatic USA WEBINAR Representative to get your link to the WEBINAR
NEW! CLASSES ON OUR VELOX TROWEL POLISHING SYSTEM
June 20th - 21st
August 8th - 9th
October 24th - 25th
- Classes are filling up fast-Sign up Now!
The 2-Day SILEX™ training and certification class has been designed to introduce our polishing system that utilizes a scientific approach and next generation technologies that will produce fully refined floors to their maximum potential while at the same time creating repeatable and quantifiable results. By utilizing this systematic approach, you will be able to provide scientific data that describes the exact means and methods used to produce the floors the Architects, Owners or General Contractors ask for in the first place.
The training class will consist of interactive instruction in both the classroom and hands-on with our diamond tooling, techniques, floor treatments, and equipment. The grinding and polishing processes that will be introduced will be utilizing both the walk-behind grinders and the SILEX™ Power Trowel Polishing System powered by VELOX Technology.
The concrete construction environment has changed significantly over the years and contractors who improve their skills regularly are in higher demand based on specification led requirements; become a SILEX™ Certified Installer and you will be part of this revolutionary approach that changes the way concrete is designed, placed & finished, polished and maintained!
CLASS LOCATION IS AT OUR BLASTRAC FACILITY
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Course and Class Outline:
The course will provide the participant with the following understanding of the objectives below:
- The type of equipment required for polished concrete
- Diamond tooling technology
- How to specify ground and polished concrete
- The steps required to install a polished concrete flooring system
- Densifying treatments and stain protection
- Coloring systems for ground and polished concrete
- Basic mix design requirements for polished concrete
- Slab evaluation, surface preparation and floor moisture concerns
- Maintenance for ground and polished concrete
- Sustainable contributions for ground and polished concrete
This course is based on industry standards and relevant information. The presentation offers information not found in typical training programs. The level of educational content in this program is of the highest level. Our course developer is a voting member on 2 - ACI committees and has more than 35 years experience in the concrete industry. Attendees will receive certification documents upon completion of this course.
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Meet Your Trainer: Clark Branum
Clark Branum is the ULTRAFLOR Program Manager and Trainer for Diamatic USA. Branum has logged more than 30 years in the concrete industry.
He began his career in the Seattle area spending more than 24 years as flatwork finisher. He has worked throughout the Northwest including Alaska. He went on to develop and conduct distributor and contractor training programs for Brickform Products in the United States and internationally, Serving as they’re Technical Director.
Branum serves on the board of directors of the Decorative Concrete Council of the American Society of Concrete Contractors (ASCC) and is a member of the American Concrete Institute (ACI). He is currently serving on two ACI committees: 601-D Certification Committee for Decorative Concrete Finishers and C-310 Design and Construction Practices for Decorative Concrete.
He also is a lecturer at Cal State Chico for the CIM (Concrete Industry Management Program), and works on projects with the students as much as his time will allow.
He has been a regular speaker at the World of Concrete and he has worked on projects worldwide including; Hong Kong Disney, Venetian Macao, and Top City Beijing China. He currently resides in the Seattle area with his family.