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SEAMI Spring 2020 Continuing Education

March 20, 2020

From SEAMI emailMarch 20, 2020 In lieu of the current COVID-19 crisis sweeping the nation, SEAMi has decided that we will be canceling our Monthly Face-To-Face meetings in our respective Chapters for the rest our spring season (March and April).  At this time we are monitoring the situation regarding our yearly Spring Conference in Lansing,…
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NCSEA Reduced Webinar Rates to Help Practicing SEs

March 19, 2020

These rates will be available until 11:59 pm CST on April 1, 2020. NCSEA is aware that many of you rely on your local face-to-face events for education. In an effort to provide additional educational opportunities in a time when many events are being cancelled, NCSEA has significantly reduced the prices for several of its…
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Get $25 OFF ANY NCMA EDU class!

September 20, 2019

NCMA EDU online offers an extensive catalog of courses on concrete masonry and hardscape systems as well as manufactured stone veneer. Professionals in the concrete products industry can expand their knowledge and bolster their acumen from the convenience of their desk. From basic information to complex technical topics there are offerings available for all levels.…
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NCMA offers free design courses on AEC Daily

April 1, 2019

From NCMA's eNewsMarch 28, 2019 The National Concrete Masonry Association has developed FREE continuing education courses on AECDaily.com, an educational website for architects, specifiers, engineers and construction professionals. There are two, and they're both FREE! The first is called "Concrete Masonry: The Energy Efficient Solution", and it's available here. The second and latest is "The Next…
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NCMA’s The Next Generation of Concrete Masonry

March 29, 2019

The National Concrete Masonry Association has developed a new FREE continuing education course on AECDaily.com, an educational website for architects, specifiers, engineers and construction professionals. The course fulfills AIA CES credits and is called "The Next Generation of Concrete Masonry." It delves into the perceptions and cost-effective benefits of the building solution as influenced by…
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