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Storm Damage

  • Mold Assessments and Case Studies

    Upon completion of this course, the participant will understand how mold is identified in buildings, where the problems are, what the solutions are and what is done during a mold assessment. Case studies will also be reviewed and discussed.

    States:  Texas

    CE Credits:  2.0 

  • Mold Assessments and Case Studies

    Upon completion of this course, the participant will understand how mold is identified in buildings, where the problems are, what the solutions are and what is done during a mold assessment. Case studies will also be reviewed and discussed.

    States:  Texas

    CE Credits:  1.5

  • Sinkhole, Losses and Investigation Methods

    See Sinkhole, Losses and Investigation Methods under Environmental Training

  • Storm Damage Assessment of Roofing

    This Class will provide the student with a qualitative understanding of assessment considerations for the determination of the cause and origin of storm related functional roof damage.  The student will be provided with information on the assessment process used to evaluate the performance and condition of a roof, code, and economic considerations.  The concepts will be illustrated through a number of case studies.

    States:  Alabama, Florida, Louisiana, Texas

    CE Credits: 1.0 

  • Storm Damage Assessment of Commercial & Residential Roof Systems

    This class will provide the student with knowledge in identifying common roof system types and basic system attachment requirements, destructive and non-destructive tests that are available to the roof consultant for the qualification of storm related damage, recognition of common storm related damage and common construction and design related roof issues

    States:  Arizona(approved for webinar also), Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, North Carolina, Texas

    CE Credits: 2.0 (and 4.0 in Texas)

  • Wind Vs. Water

    The program will detail wind damage by examining basic fluid mechanics of air pressure and how flowing air interacts with obstructions i.e. structures.  Basic equations are derived to examine air pressure vs. water pressure to show the comparison of small amounts of water equaled to the Enhanced Fujita scale of tornado classification.  Basic flood characteristics are reviewed and common wave terminology is introduced to look at water waves and their interaction with land.  Finally damage profiles are examined for both wind and water events.  Numerous case studies of both are examined and discussed in detail by the class.  At the conclusion of the class, the student should be confident to examine structures and make basic determinations of wind vs water damage.

    States: Florida, Louisiana, North Carolina, Texas

    CE Credits: 2.0

  • Mold Assessments

    Upon completion of this course, the participant will understand how mold is identified in buildings, where the problems are, what the solutions are and what is done during a mold assessment. Case studies will also be reviewed and discussed.

    States:  Texas

    CE Credits:  2

  • Ceramic Tile Flooring-Installation, Failures and Flood Damage

    This class will detail the background of ceramic tile flooring in the US and a basic overview of the manufacturing process of tile.  The course will look at proper installation of tile flooring and review installation guidelines provided by the Tile Council of North America as well as ANSI standards for tile installation. Movement joints within the tile fields will be discussed at length and students will be able to view movement joints as they are specified in building plans as well as joints installed in the real world.  Installation of ceramic tile will be reviewed on both concrete slabs and well as wood framing along with common issues that are overlooked during installation that lead to future failure of the flooring.  Several case studies of flooring failures will be reviewed and audience participation is encouraged.

    States:  Texas, Florida( 1 hour)

    CE Credits:  2

  • Windows and Doors: Sorting Out Issues

    This class will teach the students how high winds affect buildings, specifically the windows and sliding glass doors. They will also gain an understanding of the different types of windows and sliding glass doors commonly installed. The students will also learn about inspection procedures and common failures.

    States:  Georgia, Florida

    CE Credits:  1

  • Wind Vs. Wave

    The program will detail wind damage by examining basic fluid mechanics of air pressure and how flowing air interacts with obstructions i.e. structures.  Basic equations are derived to examine air pressure vs. water pressure to show the comparison of small amounts of water equaled to the Enhanced Fujita scale of tornado classification.  Basic flood characteristics are reviewed and common wave terminology is introduced to look at water waves and their interaction with land.  Finally damage profiles are examined for both wind and water events.  Numerous case studies of both are examined and discussed in detail by the class.  At the conclusion of the class, the student should be confident to examine structures and make basic determinations of wind vs water damage.

     

    States:  Florida, Louisiana, North Carolina, Texas

    CE Credits:  1 hour or 2 credit hour option

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