We have talked a lot on this blog about using a CSIA Certified Dryer Exhaust Technician® so that you don’t let your home become a headline.
You may be wondering – how does one become certified?
Glad you asked.
CSIA has been offering dryer vent education for a decade, and we are offering a refreshed course with an updated curriculum. Newcomers and those who will be needing re-certification should consider attending the CSIA Certified Dyer Exhaust Technician® Review/Exam Nov. 6-7, at the CSIA Technology Center in Plainfield, IN.
It’s now two full days, instead of one, and one of those days will be spent entirely with hands-on training. Participants will get to reroute ducts, drill through drywall/structures, and problem-solve in a unique environment.
“Our training provides the technician with the most important traits in the industry – confidence, competence, and consistency,” says Ashley Eldridge, CSIA Director of Education. “Two days of training boosts your business for three years.”
*If you’ve been doing homeowner dryer vent service, we can teach you how to expand that service to handle commercial work.
*If you’ve been doing homeowner dryer vent service and want to make sure that your methods are optimal, this can add to your level of expertise and comfort.
*If you are a chimney service and don’t do dryer vent work, here’s an opportunity to get into that business –- and that’s important, particularly in the slower summer months, since venting the dryer is a year-round requirement in homeowners’ minds — and rightfully so!
“Not only will this keep you in good standing while providing you with detailed training and re-certification, we will provide you with tips to help you aggressively market the C-DET credential to help you build your business and creating long-term revenue streams,” says Deborah Cornelius, CSIA Professional Development Coordinator.