SPFA PCP Field Examiners & Field Examinations
Certification for Field Examiners
Training is mandatory to become a Certified SPFA PCP Field Examiner (as opposed to any other PCP certification which requires only testing, not training). There are also pre-qualifications and a written examination, and other criteria which must be successfully completed in order to become certified.
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Documents to complete SPFA PCP Field Examiner Certification
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To become an SPFA PCP Certified Master Installer in either Roofing or Insulation, the candidate must successfully complete a Field Examination. The SPF Field Examination is an over the shoulder evaluation and covers critical task areas of abilities including documentation, pre-application, equipment/rig, application and post application. The Field Examination Form is available for review so that you can see the areas being evaluated.
The Field Examination is conducted by a Field Examiner. The Field Examiner (FE) will confirm that a candidate wishing to be certified as a Spray Foam Master Installer can demonstrate the abilities required to properly complete the task and functions identified as abilities to install spray polyurethane foam on a jobsite to the level required.
How Field Exams are Scheduled
Upon receipt, the SPFA PCP staff will assist in arranging the Field Examination. The Field Examiner is selected from the pool of SPFA PCP Certified Field Examiners based on the geographic area in which they work and the availability of the Field Examiner. Field Examinations may be conducted on a jobsite or in a mock up situation (constructed to SPFA PCP specifications.)
For more information, to register for PCP, or request a Field Examination please contact SPFA PCP at email@example.com or 1-866-222-5000
SPFA believes that the path to a healthful, safe, high-quality and performing SPF installation travels through the hands of a knowledgeable, trained, experienced, and ideally PCP-certified professional contractor.