An education in cork flooring
Cork flooring’s newfound popularity has been illustrated by an online course which has been designed to enhance the knowledge of those who work with the floors regularly.
The course is expected to attract builders, architects and designers as well as those from the flooring industry as it will count as a green continuing education credit towards certain industry certifications.
Educating those within these industries is expected to be beneficial for the environment as well as helping to count towards accreditation for individuals.
By informing more people about the benefits of cork floors it is expected that it will become a more common choice in homes and public buildings.
As well as the environmentally friendly attributes, cork flooring is become widely recognised as a great option for anyone with joint problems thanks to the unique make up of the material.
The course is offered by Globus Cork, a company which has developed coloured cork flooring options and specialises in a wide range of cork flooring It is a free course and, although it is mainly catered for industry professionals, anyone can choose to take the course whenever it suits the individual.