Post High School Option: DUNWOODY'S RESIDEntIAL CARPET ASSISTANT INSTALLER PROGRAM
After high school you have many choices: attend a University, enlist in the army, go directly into the job force, work to get your G.E.D, etc. A great option for those with entrepreneurial spirits and hard work ethics is to enroll in the Dunwoody Residential Carpet Assistant Installer Program.
This program is a good fit for those who are looking for an alternative to attending a 4-year college. The program is only 7 weeks and 120 hours long. It provides students with the knowledge and skills necessary to install carpeting in a residential home.
Why choose the carpet installation industry?
The residential carpet industry is steadily growing, and there is a need for knowledgeable, well-trained carpet installers. Installers with experience can often advance in their careers fairly quickly as a supervisor, contractor or even business owner.
What will students learn in the class?
Students will learn industry terminology, customer service techniques, and the various preparation methods and procedures for installing flooring. Safety and ergonomics are practiced throughout all courses. Students who complete the program will leave prepared to join a carpet installation crew as a Residential Carpet Assistant Installer. Plus the class places a special emphasis on how to begin one's own flooring business in the future.
What does working as an Assistant Installer entail?
Assistant Installers are expected to place work orders, prepare job sites, install carpeting, practice good customer service, and properly clean and present improved living spaces.
For more information on the Residential Carpet Assistant Installer program at Dunwoody College of Technology, visit www.happyinstallers.com/training.html.