Impact Protection Device (IPD) Installer Certification
Ensure quality installations that optimize product performance
States that border the Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico are subject to high wind events, such as hurricanes, and may require storm shutters, security screens, or other impact protection devices to ensure the safety of building occupants. Participants in the one and a half day installer class can become part of a select group of individuals that have been trained and successfully demonstrated the ability to properly install hurricane protective devices.
Program Requirements for Certified Installers
To become a Certified Installer, you must have a minimum of one year of impact protection device installation experience, submit all required registration materials, complete the one and one-half day program taught by a Certified Trainer, and upon successful passing of the examination, will earn the Certified Installer Impact Protection Device Identification Card, which shows official certification through the Impact Protection Device Certified Installer Program. As a Certified Installer, you will become part of a select group, and can use this additional training to sell your skills and ability on every project you bid.
Program Requirements for Certified Trainers
To become a Certified Trainer, you shall have a minimum of three years of industry experience, complete the three and one-half day Train-the-Trainer program, demonstrate their ability to train, and pass the comprehensive written examination to become a Certified Trainer, and earn the Certified Trainer Impact Protection Device Identification Card, which shows official certification as a trainer through the Impact Protection Device Certified Installer Program.
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