Installation for SIP Professionals (SIPs 301)

Location: Shepherdstown, WV

Price: $675

Upcoming Class Date(s): April 19-20, 2018

In this two day intensive hands-on workshop you'll work with veteran SIP installers in the classroom, shop and field erecting a SIP structure.  You will increase your working knowledge of different manufacturers' specifications and panels.  Special emphasis on the business aspects of working as a SIP Installer. Attendees will have successful completed the Structural Insulated Panel Association's BEST training online before attending the SIPs 301 training.




 

                        


Who should attend SIPs 301?

Professional framers, carpenters, builders, 
timber framers, and current SIP installers who wish to receive continuing education. Individuals who recognize that             participation in the workshop promotes
 quality within the SIP industry. 

Topics of discussion include:
 
  • SIP Design
  • Tools of the Trade
  • SIP Engineering         
  • Manufacturing SIPs
  • SIP Rigging and Lifting
  • Sealing the Structure
  • SIP Accessories
  • Connection Details
  • Electrical Preparation
  • Working with other Trades
  • Managing the Crew Efficiently
  • Coordination of Installation
  • Cranes and Forklifts
  • Supporting the Roof
  • Design Details
  • Site Fabrication
  • Repair and Replace
  • The Business of Being a SIP Installer
  • Building Science in High    Performance Envelopes    
  • Cladding and Back Ventilation 
                                   


   The Structural Insulated Panel Association (SIPA)                recognizes the SIPs 301 class as fulfilling
         the field workshop requirements for    






Included in course:
  • SIPschool Flash Drive with sample documents and forms
  • Course workbook
  • Lunch both days (Shenandoah Junction, WV only)


Course requirements:
  • Meet prerequisites for acceptance, physically fit and capable of heavy lifting and roof work, unless observing class.
  • Bring the tools you wear on your hips
  • Workboots and Hard Hat