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Online Field Auditor Training Certification Course
November 23 @ 8:00 AM - November 25 @ 4:30 AM
Online ABAA Training course
Physical installer manuals will be sent out. Those who register early will have a better chance of receiving their manual prior to the start of training. Having the manual for the online training modules is not required, but highly recommended to have before writing the exam.
This course is emphasizes understanding the need for and function of an air barrier assembly, the ability to inspect installation and review materials for compliance with specifications, ABAA requirements, and manufacturer requirements, the ability to confirm proper installation through on-site testing and the documentation required throughout the air barrier installation process.
Not an Auditor?
ABAA courses are open to everyone and are a great training opportunity for all, including General Contractors, Suppliers, Manufacturers sales rep, Architectural Reps, and anyone in the construction industry. There is NO experience needed to attend one of our great training courses.
Interested in performing ABAA project audits?
The role of the Field Auditor is to perform quality assurance audits of air barrier assemblies on new commercial and institutional construction projects during installation. Complete audit reports, document audits with photos, and address specific areas which have noted deficiencies and require corrective action(s).
To that end, individual must be able to meet the following prerequisites:
- Hold a minimum of three years related experience (construction/inspection/quality assurance) or any equivalent combination of training and experience with working knowledge in the areas of commercial waterproofing, roofing or building envelope experience
- Ability to review commercial plans and specifications
- Firm experience and knowledge of electronic reporting software
- Excellent organizational and interpersonal skills
Please submit CV/resume to email@example.com for review (“Attention Quality Assurance Department” in subject line).
Conflict of Interest/Exclusions
The ABAA requires that all licensed auditors be impartial 3rd party contract employees.
To that end, parties employed by ABAA accredited contractors, employed by or with vested interests (rep, sales, financial, etc.) with any manufacturers and/or employed by any general contractor are ineligible for auditor licensing. Candidates shall disclose any potential conflict (perceived or real) to the ABAA QAP office.
ABAA cannot guarantee any minimum amount of work a field auditor will receive and, as such, all potential candidates should view this work as a supplemental source of income.
Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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