Product Awareness Training

Want to know everything about resin bound surfacing? You can for just £125 (plus VAT)!

Ronacrete provide a days (10am-3pm allowing for travelling) training course on our RonaDeck range of materials. Training courses are held once a month (typically the first Monday of every month) and you will learn not only how to install our systems but why it is so important to use the right product. We will discuss the different types of resin on the market and why UV stable resins should always be used for external applications, slip resistance, why you should use manufacturers with Quality Management Systems to ISO 9001, and much more. You will have the opportunity to see our products being used and then use them yourself.

 

Training sessions are available for £125 + VAT per operative and includes a presentation of our RIBA certified CPD presentation (SuDS Compliant Permeable Paving – Resin Bound Surfacing Systems), product demonstrations and lunch. Each company will also be given a RonaDeck Resin Bound Surfacing sample case. Following on from your days product awareness training we will also give on-site support on your  initial RonaDeck Resin Bound installations.

 

To book your training session now, fill in the form and a member of the team will contact you to confirm. Please note, if your preferred date is not available, we will offer an alternative.”

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