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In a continuing effort to improve and expand the use of concrete, NRMCA staff and personnel from partner resource organizations (often state ready mixed concrete associations) may be able to present continuing education programs to architects and engineers in a design office or at local and national conferences. Click on the titles listed below to review PDF summaries of current programs available for on-site instruction.



For more information or to arrange for a seminar in your area, contact Glenn Ochsenreiter, NRMCA's Senior Vice President of Marketing and Promotion.


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The following seminars are designed to provide engineers and architects with the valuable Professional Development Hours required to maintain state licensure:


CIP201 LEED Green Building Rating System and Concrete
  (PDF) 1 hour

P2P101 P2P Initiative: Performance-Based Specifications for Concrete
  (PDF) 1 hour

P2P201 Performance-Based Specifications for Concrete
  (PDF) 1.5 hours

CPA101 Introduction to Concrete Parking Area Design and Costing
  (PDF) 1 hour

CPA201 Concrete Parking Area Design and Costing
  (PDF) 4 hours

PCP101 Concrete Solutions to Stormwater Runoff
  (PDF) 1 hour

PCP103 Pervious Concrete Technology & Green Building with Concrete
  (PDF) 1 hour

CON101 Concrete Fundamentals
  (PDF) 1 hour

ARC101 The Most Widely-Used Building Material in the World
  (PDF) 1 hour

ENE201 Energy Performance of Concrete Building Systems
  (PDF) 1.5 hours

HPC101 High Performance Concrete
  (PDF) 1 hour




NRMCA is a registered provider with the American Institute of Architects (AIA) Continuing Education System (CES) allowing it to officially deliver continuing education to registered architects and engineers. The 70,000 members of the AIA must complete 18 Learning Units (LU) of continuing education annually to remain in good standing. Each LU is equivalent to one contact hour of education. In addition, architectural boards in 30 states and 10 Canadian Provinces have implemented mandatory continuing education for

relicensure. Most states recognize the AIA/CES as the primary source of professional development for their licensed architects. Similarly, over 25 states have mandatory continuing education for registered professional engineers, with many requiring as many as 15 Professional Development Hours (PDH) per year. Many states also recognize the AIA/CES program as a source of professional development for licensed engineers.







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