Continuing Education & Certificates

Continuing education hours will be provided for all 2014 World of Concrete Education Program 3-Hour, 4-Hour and 90-Minute seminars. Designated approvals are reflected in each seminar description. Online Certificates of Completion reflecting continuing education hours are available approximately 6 - 8 weeks after the show.

The 2014 World of Concrete Show Management is pleased to announce that Hanley Wood Exhibitions has been approved as a continuing education provider for the below groups. For questions regarding the education program or the continuing education opportunities, contact WOC Education Program staff at seminars@hanleywood.com.

Note: Contractors licensed by specific dates requiring state approval for continuing education hours need to contact Bonnie King, Senior Conference Manager, 972-536-6416 or email bking@hanleywood.com.

AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS CONTINUING EDUCATION SYSTEMS (AIA/CES)

American Institute of Architects Continuing Education Systems (AIA/CES) is the voice of the architecture profession dedicated to serving its members, advancing their value and improving the quality of the construction environment. All WOC Education Program seminars (3-hr, 4-hr, 90-min) are submitted to AIA/CES for learning units (LU’s). Hanley Wood Educational Provider No. K029.  

Architects will need to sign in with their AIA number at each seminar attended in order to receive their LU’s.

STATE OF FLORIDA’S DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL REGULATION (DBPR)

State of Florida’s Department of Business and Professional Regulation (DBPR) and the Construction Industry Licensing Board (CILB) has approved Hanley Wood Exhibitions as Educational Provider No.: DBPR/CILB 0003200. Select technical, safety and business courses have been submitted for approval for certified and registered general contractors, building contractors and residential contractors licensed by the state of Florida.
 
State of Florida licensed contractors will need to sign in with their license number at each approved seminar to receive credit.

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT HOURS (PDHS)

Professional Development Hours (PDHs) is a nationally recognized unit of record in non-credit professional development programs. Participants will receive a self-reporting form at each meeting room for tracking the seminars they complete and the amount of credit earned.
 
Engineers are responsible for submitting the participant form with certificate of completion and other appropriate course documents to their respective state agencies for PDH approvals.

NATIONAL MASONRY CERTIFICATION

Mason Contractors Association of America has developed a National Masonry Certification program to promote and provide a tool for measuring masonry industry professionalism and quality. Hanley Wood Exhibitions has been approved as an educational provider. Select technical, safety and business courses have been approved for MCAA credits.  

Masonry attendees will need to sign in with their MCAA ID number at each approved seminar to receive credit.

TILT-UP TECHNICIAN/SUPERVISOR RECERTIFICATION

Tilt-Up Concrete Association in conjunction with ACI Certification Department allows attendees to participate in designated sessions at the World of Concrete in order to fulfill recertification requirements for ACI Tilt-Up Technician and ACI Tilt-Up Supervisor. Participants will receive a self-reporting form at each approved course.

Those seeking credit for courses approved for TCA recertification will need to submit the TCA Verification Form directly to the ACI Certification Department.


World of Concrete Certificate of Completion


  

The Certificate of Completion is a record of attendance reflecting each individual WOC 3-hour, 4-hour or 90-minute seminar attended and the continuing education hours received. In 2007, WOC launched an Online Certificate Retrieval System whereby attendees can go online and view/print their attendance certificates. 

Electronic Certificates will be available approximately 6-8 weeks after the show. A notification email is sent to all verified attendees in the education program with instructions for retrieving the certificates. To ensure receipt of this notification be sure to use a unique email address when registering for WOC Education Program seminars.  

   
Obtaining Your WOC Seminar Certificates

Attendees may retrieve electronic certificates from WOC 2007 – 2013 through the WOC website, worldofconcrete.com. Click on “Sign In” and enter your last name and Registration ID number from any year you attended the World of Concrete. All years with appropriate certificates will be reflected under your Show History.

To obtain certificates prior to 2007 please email seminars@worldofconcrete.com.

 

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