Wednesday, Thursday & Friday:
Nov 29 to Dec 1, 2017 (1st Half)
      Week off, then:
Dec 13 to Dec 15, 2017 (2nd Half)

8:00 AM to 5:00 PM MDT

6 Day Course (Or, Split 3 Steep/3Low)


CRA Training Center 
1660 Jasper Street, Unit I
Aurora, CO 80011

Driving Directions 

Training Center Map


Debbie Hathorne 
Colorado Roofing Association 

Tuition (Full 6 Days):

CRA Member: $450.00 (Full 6-days)

Non Member: $700.00  (Full 6-days)

**Students who sign up for the full 6-day course will have priority on available spots.**

Tuition (Split 3 Days):

CRA Member: $300.00 (3-Day Steep or Low Slope)

Non Member: $450.00  (3-Day Steep or Low Slope)


Fridays:  8:00 am – 12 noon

              1:00 pm – 5:00 pm  

               (Lunch on your own – 1 hour) 

Bring with you:

Students should bring their own gloves, safety glasses and hand tools. (Supplementary tools will be available for use during the class.)


CRA Introduction to Roofing 

Nov 29 to Dec 1, 2017 (1st Half)

Dec 13 to Dec 15, 2017 (2nd Half)

8 a.m. – 5 p.m.

6-Day Course



CRA's Introduction to Roofing course will expose your employees to the basics of roofing and teach them what they are doing, why they are doing it and upon completion give them an understanding that roofing can lead to several career paths within the industry. Retaining good employees is important to all of us and providing them the education they need is a proven method of retention!

This is what some of our students had to say about the course:

"Taking this roofing course has increased my ability and confidence in helping meet the needs of my clientele even more than I had anticipated. I found it to be extremely beneficial to the future of my career in the roofing industry."

"The hands-on experience is by far the 'key' to this course and roofing in general."

"As a service tech, I have seen a lot of improper installations of roofing and I have grown to recognize necessary specs that are not code or required. Steve the instructor of the course has been aware and demonstrates the correct, more efficient way of installation."

"Overall, it has been a very good learning experience for me. I am still very new to this industry and this class has given me excellent insight to the many perspectives and opportunities that roofing has to offer."

CRA classes are limited to two students per company. Student registration forms will be accepted on a first-come-first-served basis. Small class size; maximum 16 students per course. The same person must attend all 6-days.

A certificate of completion will be issued upon passing the course.

Note:  Split 3-day sessions are being offered for either the steep or low slope section at a reduced rate. The 6-day course cannot be split by two people.  The same person must attend all 3 days for either the steep or low slope section. Students who sign up for the 6-day course will have priority. 


Day 1      Introduction

                Steep Slope Roofing – Overview

Day 2      Steep Slope (Decking, Underlayment & flashing details)

Day 3      Asphalt Shingles (overview)

                Other Steep Slope Systems

Day 4      Metal Roofing

                Low Slope Roofing - Overview

Day 5     Single Ply - Thermoset (EPDM, etc)

               Single Ply - Thermoplastic (TPO, PVC)

Day 6      Coatings and Waterproofing

                Make-up Session / Review / Final Exam 

Click the "Regiser Now" button below to enroll in CRA's Introduction to Roofing Course.

Registration Deadline:  Nov 20, 2017

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By registering to attend a class at the CRA Training Center, you CONFIRM and ACCEPT the following terms, conditions and policies.

Terms and Conditions:   Our payment policy is that we need payment prior to class or the day of class. If we have not received payment by the day of class you will NOT be allowed to attend the course. I understand and accept this policy.  

Class Changes and Cancellations:  A class will be closed when it reaches its maximum enrollment, so register early. The CRA Training Center reserves the right to cancel any course in the event of insufficient enrollment. Course cancellations will be made at least one week prior to the course start date. Students enrolled in a cancelled class are entitled to a full refund, or the payment may be transferred to another course that is held within one calendar year.

Refund Policy:     If a cancellation notice is received in writing 7 days prior to the start of the course, a full (100%) refund will be issued within two weeks of the start of the class.  In the event that the student needs to cancel for any reason within the first 3 days of the course, a prorated refund will be issued with-in two weeks from the date of receipt of the written notice of cancellation.  No credit will be given for partial classes/sessions taken.  Absolutely no REFUNDS or CREDITS will be given for cancellations received after 50% completion of the course.

Member Continuing Involvement Units (CIUs) =  8 per person