On Friday 2/26/2010 The Contractor Coaching Partnership facilitated the 6th straight sold out EPA RRP training. We have selected Kachina Lead Paint Solutions to provide training for our clients and associates. To date all of our trainings have sold out in less than 4 weeks.
Our contractor attendees have commented that our instructors are excellent at explaining such a boring subject. Our instructors have extensive background in remodeling and property renovations. One contractor commented the Kachina instructors understand their world because they are contractors. Not lab coat technicians or boring professors teaching about safety. Another contractor said his boss went to a training firm and it was like watching paint dry, they had no lunch and they barely had enough coffee. His boss sent 6 of his lead carpenters to our training with Kachina.
Our trainings are carefully set up with the contractor in mind. Continental breakfast is served with plenty of coffee. A buffet style lunch with freshly cut turkey, ham and roast beef, salads and home made chocolate chip cookies and other desserts. (contractors get hungry sitting for 8 hours)
Our selection of Kachini Lead Paint Solutions has resulted in numerous referrals from attendees. John Zilka, lead trainer for Kachini, has a great knack for hiring trainers that relate to the contractor. He also has extensive contacts throughout the EPA and assisted with the development of the training manual.
The Contractor Coaching Partnership has added several training dates throughout the spring to the summer. We will be holding 45 plus trainings through June. we currently have 10 for the month of March with 6 already sold out!
The clock is ticking, the effective date is only 7 weeks away. To receive the best training from trainers who know your world check out our training dates today.
Who is required to receive this training; all contractors who want to work on pre-1978 homes after 4/22/2010. This includes remodelers, carpenters, window, siding, roofing, gutter and painting contractors. Also subs like plumbers, electricians, plasterers, hvac, insulation, floor and tile, IT, alarm and cable technicians. Once we get contractors trained then we can start on property owners.