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COURSES TAKEN
Creating Healthy Living Environments with New Paint Technology
1 hour program    
Provides an overview of sustainable design and the creation of healthier environments in reference to architectural paints. Included are discussions regarding the components of paint; independent testing methods and standards; categories of LEED®; and specification of paint systems for today’s designer.
Date Taken:  May 17, 2011
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An Introduction to Priming

 
Provides an overview of the key reasons to apply a primer to every surface before painting a topcoat. Surface preparation, typical primer applications, stain-blocking and functionally specific primers are discussed.   
 
Green Painting: How Paint Contributes to LEED® Rating

 
Provides an overview of LEED® rating system, its uses, background, current trends, and future implications, focusing on how paint and coating products can contribute to LEED® rating.  
 
Low-VOC Paints as a Component of Sustainable Building Concepts

 
Provides an overview of the concept of sustainable building and basics of LEED rating system; LEED standard credits for paints and coatings; The development and characteristics of low-VOC paints, including VOC ingredients, current regulations and testing procedures.  
 

 
Paint 101: What is Paint?

 

Provides overview information on types of paint, paint finishes, surface preparation and primers.  
 

 
Paint 201: Practical Solutions and Problem-Solving Techniques

 

Provides an overview of the classification of paints, advantages and disadvantages of latex versus alkyd coatings, surface preparation and priming techniques, and causes and solutions for common paint problems.  

 
Specifying Levels of Finish for Gypsum Wallboard

 

Provides an overview of gypsum wallboard manufacturing, a review of the Gypsum Association's recommended levels of finish and examples of writing specification of levels of finish.

 
Use of Coatings to Prevent Mold and Mildew Damage

 

Provides an overview of advances in antimicrobial mold and mildew-proof primers, paints, wallcovering installation systems, waterproofing coatings and remediation cleaners. Permeability of wallcovering and coatings to install them with, plus green building specification information for high performance, low VOC coatings for the prevention of mold and mildew are also reviewed.  
 

 

By April 22, 2010 renovation firms must be certified by the EPA and must have one or more certified renovators. Renovations conducted for compensation must be performed by certified firms using certified renovators. This rule includes Painters among other trades

 http://www.epa.gov/lead/pubs/renovaterightbrochure.pdf

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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