Concrete Technologist Training and Certification “Regional Short Course”
February 6 – 10, 2023 | Orlando, FL
Register for this class!
NOTE: Please login and register as the person who is attending the event. You should NOT register another individual under your personal profile. Each registrant must log in and register separately.
Logging in is easy if your company is a member of NRMCA or you receive emails from NRMCA. Your login name is your full email address and your password is: concrete.
If you need to set up a profile for a registrant, please contact NRMCA Membership or 703.706.4800.
Registration Fee: NRMCA Members $1,300 | Non-Members $1,600
Monday – Thursday: 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Friday (Exams): 7:30 AM – 11:30 AM
Please note: Lunch will be provided Mon – Thurs.
Course Location & Travel Information:
Florida Concrete & Products Association, Inc. (FC&PA)
6353 Lee Vista Boulevard
Orlando, FL 32822
Complimentary parking is available on-site.
Complimentary parking is available on-site.
Hotel & Travel Information:
NRMCA has NOT contracted a block of rooms for this event but suggest the hotels below:
- Embassy Suites
5835 T. G. Lee Boulevard, Orlando, FL 32822
- Residence Inn
7024 Augusta National Drive, Orlando, FL 32822
- Holiday Inn
5750 T. G. Lee Boulevard, Orlando, FL 32822
- Hampton Inn
5767 T. G. Lee Boulevard, Orlando, FL 32822
7499 Augusta National Drive, Orlando, FL 32822
Orlando International Airport (MCO) is the closest airport and is approximately 3.5 miles from FC&PA.
Full cancellation refunds, less a $125 administration fee, will be extended until Monday, January 16, 2023. All cancellations after January 16 will not be refunded. Fee cancellations cannot be transferred to a future class. Substitutions can be made at any time with no penalty. Registration cancellations must be made in writing to [email protected].
Session topics include:
- Fundamentals of Quality Concrete
- Aggregates for Use in Concrete
- Aggregate Test Methods and Calculations
- Portland and Blended Cement
- Fly Ash and Natural Pozzolans
- Slag Cement & Silica Fume
- Chemical Admixtures
- Calculation Session for Level 2
- Batching, Mixing & Delivery and ASTM C94
- Concrete in Extreme Weather
- Basic Statistical Methods
- ACI Requirements
- Testing Hardened Concrete
- Quality Control Procedures
- Calculation Session – Level 2 and 3
- Managing Returned Concrete
- Handling, Placing and Finishing
- Calculation Session – Level 3
- Precourse Quiz
- Level 2 Quiz 1
- Level 2 Quiz 2
- Level 3 Quiz
- 7:30 AM – 9 AM EST: Concrete Technologist Level 2 Exam
- 9:30 AM – 11:30 AM EST: Concrete Technologist Level 3 Exam
NRMCA’s Concrete Technologist Training and Certification “Short Course” provides intensive training and certification on the fundamentals of concrete, aggregates and concrete mixture materials. Since 1964, several thousand attendees of this course have obtained one or more of the following certifications:
Who Should Attend
The NRMCA Short Course is intended for quality control, technical services, sales, and other personnel with a technical role with ready mixed concrete companies and suppliers to the industry. New hires in these roles can also benefit from attending. A significant amount of technical content is covered that requires the attendees to have a basic concrete technology background and at least a high-school level of math (to test your math skills, click here). Success on obtaining certification will depend on the individual’s experience and ability to grasp the course content prior to the exam. It is the responsibility of the registrant and his/her manager to ensure that attendee has the requisite qualifications to attend this technical course. NRMCA offers education programs for a wide range of job functions within the industry with appropriate technical content.
Registrants, or their supervisors who decide to send individuals, should ensure that attendees have the appropriate knowledge level and basic proficiency in math to attend the short course. Registrants should complete pre-course content and complete the practice problems provided before the course. Pre-course study is essential to ensure that attendees maximize their opportunity to learn, participate in discussions, and do well on the examinations.
Course Texts and References
Short Course participants receive NRMCA publications, comprehensive notes on each topic and practice problems sets, Compilation of ASTM Standards, and other relevant publications and reference material.
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