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Kitchen Sinks

In this course you will learn:
Studies indicate that homeowners spend up to 50% of their time in the kitchen in front of the sink. Today’s kitchen sink has become a multitask center, doing far more than serving as a place to rinse dirty dishes. Sinks are used for washing and rinsing everything, cleaning vegetables and other foods, rinsing pasta, soaking pots and pans, bathing small children and drying spaces for glasses and dishes. The sink is also a water center, that can dispense hot water from an instant hot or filtered and chilled water from a filter dispenser. And of course, it has always been a place for just plain washing one’s hands. From materials to installations, this course will teach you how to sell everything AND the kitchen sink. 

Learning Objectives:
After completing this course, participants will be able to:
  • Develop criteria to help clients select sinks for all areas of the home that meet budgets, lifestyles and needs
  • Familiarize the sales professionals and others with common types of sink mountings
  • Describe different materials commonly used to manufacture sinks
  • Discuss installation considerations
  • Detail kitchen accessories and add-on sales opportunities
  • Provide guidance to promote showroom expertise that helps assure satisfied customers
A score of at least 90% is required to pass, and questions are selected from a pool and will show in random order. Participants may retake the test until they pass, and the questions will pull from the pool in random order with each retake. 
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Each module within this chapter will feature pages from our education manual, as well as an assessment to test the knowledge that you have acquired. Our education manuals can be found here.