CERAMIC TILE: WHAT IT IS AND WHAT YOU CAN DO WITH IT.

Start Date
05/30/2017
End Date
05/30/2019
Description
This course starts with an explanation of the ANSI and TCNA criteria pertaining ceramic tile and how they affect the product use.
It explains the complexity of using ceramic tile as a suitable source in buildings construction for interior and exterior applications and the potential for designs that are inherit to the product, such as: high quality visuals, and possibility of endless designs using a sustainable product.
The course ends with an overview of the new technologies that are available in the industry, as well as trends and systems.
Location
Charleston, SC
Distance Learning
No
Course Equivalency
No
Subjects
Campus Planning & Design
Development Trends
Housing & Community Design
Residential Design
Sustainable Development & Design
Urban Planning & Design
Health, Safety and Welfare
Yes
Hours
1.0
Learning Outcomes
1. Learn about the industry standard publications.
2. Understand the types of ceramic tile products available and their specific intended usage.
3. Learn about the test methods and how the results influence tile selection.
4. Become aware of New Technologies, Systems, and Trends.
Instructors
Williams B Pontel, Amy McMacken, Lonnie Nortman, Tracy Robertson
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Course Codes
LAR-MHW-WICT-17
Provider
Mohawk Ind.


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