EIFS Mechanic Verification of Pre-Qualifications, Course Completion and Code of Conduct
Both employer and participant must verify the information below. In order to verify the information you provided, without the availability of a signature we require the answer to a personal identifying question. This information is used solely for the purpose of processing your request and is equal to providing a written signature. Employer
I certify that the participant has at least one year of on-the-wall field experience working with EIFS, or has completed the EIFS instruction of a qualified plastering apprenticeship program, and is able to read and understand English at a sixth grade level. * Participant
I certify that I have at least one year of on-the-wall field experience working with EIFS, or have completed the EIFS instruction of a qualified plastering apprenticeship program, and can read and understand English at a sixth grade level. By signing this agreement, I certify that I am the person to whom the certificate will be issued and I will complete all required course modules and assessments. I further certify that I will not receive any assistance with completing the course assessments. I agree to abide by the following code of conduct.
The Code of Conduct lists principles of conduct and standards to be observed by holders of the specialty EIFS Mechanic certificate.
Holders of the mechanics’ certificate:
Shall use the knowledge gained from the AWCI EIFS—Doing It Right education program and employ current industry accepted application means and methods for EIFS applications.
Shall advise the supervisor of the industry accepted application means and methods when directed otherwise.
Shall instruct and/or demonstrate to others the correct industry accepted application means and methods when permitted.
Shall stay informed of new guidelines, standards, codes and procedures for the application of EIFS.
Shall notify AWCI of any occupation change that would affect the validity of the certificate.
Shall act in a professional manner and correctly represent the extent of the education associated with the certificate and its purpose.
Failure to abide by the Code of Conduct may result in the revocation of the certificate or in a reprimand. *
If your employer is an AWCI member, choose the AWCI Member Rate. If your employer is not an AWCI member, choose the Industry Rate. If you are not sure if your employer is an AWCI member, contact Marie Batiste at (703) 538-1602 or