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>>BREAKING NEWS – FREE Field Exams at Sprayfoam 2016

Spray polyurethane foam suppliers have come together to offer a one-time scholarship program reducing the cost for PCP Field Exams so they are FREE at Sprayfoam 2016, Monday-Tuesday, February 8-9, 2016, in Orlando, Florida!

The cost for the PCP Field Exams is... not $950, not $700... FREE!

For more details on the SPFA’s Professional Certification Program and the schedule of all certification events at the upcoming SPFA convention, visit www.sprayfoam.org

Special thanks to the Field Exam Scholarship Sponsors:

Accella Spray Products (formerly Premium Spray Products)
CJ Spray
General Coatings
Spray Foam Distributors of NE

If you have any questions, please contact Kelly Marcavage, PCP Certification Director, at kmarcavage@sprayfoam.org

Note: This news is so "new" that our registration site has to be updated to reflect the FREE Field Exams. Please give us a day or two to update the registration page! 


>>Time to Renew PCP Credentials

All SPFA Certification and Accredited Company credentials will expire on December 31, 2015, and need to be renewed. The renewal notices and invoices were sent out several weeks ago. If you haven’t seen it, please check with your office administrator. 

As a reminder, please note that in order to renew your individual certification with the SPFA PCP, your CPI, CPR and First Aid cards which are applicable for your level of certification must be current. If they have an expiration date of December 31, 2015, or earlier, then they need to be renewed. In addition, to renew your company’s accreditation, please take a moment to review the Contractor Registration Form and if there are any updates, please advise the SPFA office at this time. 

The replacement documents for any that may have expired, along with payment, must be returned to the SPFA PCP office before we are able to issue your certification and mail out your photo identification card and certificate(s) for 2016. 

Reminder: The certified individual’s signature on the Certification Registration Form indicates that they had reviewed the Certification Handbook posted on the SPFA website at www.sprayfoam.org/certification. By signing the SPFA PCP Certification Agreement, the certified individual agrees it is their responsibility to be familiar with the Handbook and be compliant with the practices described within the scope of the SPFA PCP. 

If you have any questions, please contact kmarcavage@sprayfoam.org.


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