Ontario, Calif. — The International Association of Plumbing and Mechanical Officials (IAPMO®) returns to “The Last Frontier” for the first time since 2000 to hold its 88th annual Education and Business Conference, Sept. 24-28, at the Hotel Captain Cook and the William Egan Convention Center in Anchorage, Alaska.
Keynoted by four-time Iditarod winner and cancer survivor Lance Mackey, and highlighted by the Association Technical Meeting Convention toward development of the 2018 editions of the Uniform Plumbing Code (UPC®) and Uniform Mechanical Code (UMC®), IAPMO’s 2017 conference will provide significant opportunities for both education and business.
Featuring nine CEU-eligible education sessions, as well as the annual UPC/UMC workshops, attendees will have every opportunity to broaden their knowledge base while satisfying continuing education requirements toward maintaining personnel certifications.
Members in good standing will be eligible to lend their voice and vote in the ANSI-accredited consensus development process via the final full membership gathering in the three-year code cycle for the development of the 2018 UPC and UMC. And, of course, there will be countless opportunities for career networking with the industry’s most influential and experienced people.
Full-week and one-day registration packages are available, as well as a group rate on accommodations at the Hotel Captain Cook. The deadline for early registration, with a $70-80 discount (member/non-member) off the regular price, is August 21.
Come see why IAPMO’s annual Education and Business Conference is the event of choice for plumbing and mechanical professionals — or anybody with a stake in safe, healthy drinking water, sanitation, and heating/cooling systems. Registration is available online at https://forms.iapmo.org/conference/default.aspx.