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Polyurethane Foam Systems Inc. (PFSI) to Present CUFCA Training Course
Spray foam training course scheduled for June 7-June 11, 2010

Polyurethane Foam Systems Inc. (PFSI) will be holding another spray foam training course from Monday, June 7 to Friday, June 11, 2010. Presented in conjunction with the Canadian Urethane Foam Contractors Association (CUFCA), the training will be held near the company’s headquarters in Waterloo, Ontario.

The first three days of the course will offer classroom training with a certification exam on Wednesday. Monday will also include equipment training with PFSI’s Parts & Equipment Manager, Jack Napora, while Tuesday and Wednesday will offer “theory” training with Peter Spafford, Quality Assurance & Training Manager for the Building Professionals Consortium. Thursday and Friday will feature practicum spray-outs with CUFCA review.

The course also offers additional Isocyanate instruction from Bayer Inc. representatives plus a Fomo demonstration in canned foam. There will also be a drawing for prizes donated by some of PFSI’s suppliers and vendors. One of the prizes being donated is a listing on, valued at $1,250. representative Damian Lardieri will also be attending the training on Wednesday and Thursday.

Each attendee will receive an official CUFCA training book and will have the chance for CUFCA certifications in polyurethane foam and machine training. PFSI will provide continental breakfast and lunch each day. The group will enjoy a trip to local Boston Pizza on Wednesday evening and the anticipated PFSI Bear-B-Q will take place Thursday at noon.

The course is offered on a first-come, first served basis with limited registration. The five day training session is offered at a price of $2,000 + GST. For more information, call 888 783-0751 or visit

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