So listen guys I want your honest opinion, not your mean opinion but your honest opinion. We’ve never given a test in any of our classes except one that no one would take, ceramic tile class. So we’ve decided to do a technical certification, you take the class, pass the test, and we issue you a technical certificate you passed but we’re not going to say you’re qualified to do inspections because there’s no way we can tell if you are qualified to do inspections. We are starting this next month in Roanoke, Virginia with a class by Howard Brickman then the kiln dry class by our professors. The idea is flooring starts with kiln drying, so that’s we’re we should start the program. I will make very little doing this set up, gotta keep the tuition realistic and pay the profs and a few others. I do get free education. There is no way I can tell or anyone can, by being in a class with someone for a few days, if they are competent to do the job. Anyone can pass a test by reading the material, it’s being able to apply your experience, your on the job work experience, and your studies, to a problem to figure it out that makes a person qualified, not certified, to do inspections. So, is the person certified or qualified; that is the answer we need, and unfortunately for floor Working people, many are certified but not qualified. Opinions please, mine is that this is a more honest way to do this. Steven P., you are invited as my guest to report back to everyone, and take the test if you want to take it.