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TUSC1 - Hands-On Training: Stamped Concrete

Tuesday, January 21 from 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM | GOLD LOT, Certification/Training Area « Back

Participants will apply the basics of stamped concrete in this hands-on training session. Attendees will place and stamp an actual project consisting of a driveway and sidewalk with a curve. Applying and working with color hardeners and release agents plus how to properly use stamping tools to create various textures including boarders and bands will be experienced. Training participants will also practice different jointing and edging techniques for stamped concrete as well as washing, cleaning and sealing. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn how to create the look of slate or brick by doing it yourself! This hands-on event is a great compliment to seminar TU16 The Basics of Stamped Concrete: Texturing Options and Efficiencies.

IMPORTANT: Minimum age 18 years. Clothing requirements: long pants, long shirt sleeves and work boots. Safety equipment will be provided.

NOTE: Space is limited to 20 participants per time slot, so register early!

Select preferred training time slot from schedule below:
      TUSC1: Tues, Jan 21, 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm
      WESC1: Wed, Jan 22, 8:00 am – 12:00 pm

Hands-On Training Fee: $450; $540 after 12/2/13 and onsite

NOTE: Separate registrations and fees are required for TU16 Basics of Stamped Concrete seminar ($135; $165 after 12/2/13 and onsite) and the Stamped Concrete hands-on training ($450; $540 after 12/2/13 and onsite).

Education Tracks: All Other WOC Education Sessions

Event Type: WOC Hands-On Training > Session


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