PROSOCO and CONPROCO Form New Training Alliance

10 October 2017 — PROSOCO and CONPROCO have reaffirmed their commitment to product training and support for restoration professionals by co-founding the Restoration Training Collaborative (RTC).

Restoration Training Collaborative

The Restoration Training Collaborative will offer comprehensive education on masonry restoration.

The RTC will develop and host a continuous series of joint training programs for the restoration industry at nationwide locations. The founding members of the RTC each bring a unique specialization required in the repair and maintenance of masonry substrates. PROSOCO makes cleaners and protective treatments for masonry, and CONPROCO provides mortars and repointing solutions for masonry.

“We believe the way to make the restoration industry better is through quality training programs,” said Larry Burkhardt, technical resource manager for CONPROCO. “We’re excited to have a partner in PROSOCO that shares our common goal of continuously elevating the craftmanship and quality of work in the masonry restoration industry.”

“At PROSOCO, we’ve always been proud of the training curriculum and product support that we offer to users of our masonry cleaners, restoration cleaners and consolidation solutions,” said Al Morris, national sales manager for PROSOCO. “Joining the RTC allows us to go one step further in serving our customers, because it provides a one-stop shop for training on our products and the premium restoration mortars and repair compounds offered from CONPROCO. We are proud to participate in this program to offer attendees a comprehensive education on masonry restoration.”

RTC training sessions will go beyond the traditional lunch-and-learn. Classes will be open to multiple disciplines within the restoration industry, and will include classroom learning as well as hands-on exercises.

The first two RTC training sessions will take place on October 26 and November 30, 2017, at CONPROCO’s Mid-Atlantic Resource Center in Rosedale, Md.

Register for the first training session today.

Learn more at https://restorationtraining.org.

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