AZBO is currently seeking qualified individuals to facilitate classes regarding the International Building Codes and National Electric Code.
Classes may be an overview of the entire code book or, may focus on a significant aspect of one or more code books. (i.e. Shear wall bracing, grease hood systems, etc.) Your choice- based on your expertise!
Individuals interested in instructing classes should fill out and submit an application found HERE.
Deadline for Spring Institute submission, 02/13/24
Don't miss this opportunity to develop your professional expertise while engaging with colleagues from across Arizona!
We are looking forward to sharing this learning opportunity with you!
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ACCD was initiated by the Arizona Construction Career Days (AZCCD) event team in 2007. This came about with the event becoming a larger event and needed more than just a committee; thus became the Association for Construction Career Development. We support the growing need for students, teachers and career counselors to understand better the many career opportunities that are available in the Construction Industry.
Our event is the largest construction event that reaches out to High School students throughout the State of Arizona to give students a hands-on construction experience.
Find more information @ the AZCCD site!
The Arizona City/County Management Association (ACMA) is hosting its annual Next Generation Leadership Conference on Thursday, Nov. 2 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Tumbleweed Recreation Center in Chandler. This conference is designed for aspiring leaders in, or working toward, a career in local government. Goodyear City Manager Wynette Reed will be speaking during one of the sessions, as well! The cost to register is $45. Click here for full details, including the conference agenda. Registration closes Oct. 20.
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