SEAA Announces 2020 Convention Program
November 11, 2019 (Winston-Salem, N.C.) The Steel Erectors Association of America (SEAA), will hold its 48th Annual Convention & Trade Show in Charleston, S.C., April 1-3, 2020.
Keynote speaker Bob McCall, kicks off convention with his presentation on “Getting Safety Performance to the Next Level.” He draws on more than 30 years of experience in the utility industry, addressing leadership, culture, expectations, and behaviors that need to be changed. McCall will follow up his inspirational opening presentation with a workshop providing battle-tested tools to help erectors improve these areas of their organization.
“SEAA’s convention offers steel erection contractors, fabricators, and vendors serving this niche market targeted learning and networking opportunities,” said Tom Underhill, Executive Director. The Trade Show features a limited number of booths and opportunities for outdoor equipment demonstrations.
Several sessions will focus on workforce development. Tim Eldridge, President, Educational Services Unlimited, and SEAA’s Craft Training and Assessment Administrator will give a presentation on SEAA’s IWCT and Apprenticeship program. A panel discussion, moderated by Tracy Bennett, SEAA’s Managing Editor of Connector and marketing consultant, includes experts representing technical education, craft training, curriculum development, and apprenticeship. Several members of SEAA will share their company’s success stories. Additional presentations include:
The Convention includes opportunities to network with others in the industry at the George R. Pocock golf tournament and fishing tournament hosted by Redfin Charters. The Gala will be held at the USS Yorktown, an aircraft carrier built during World War II for the United States Navy. During the Gala, SEAA will present recognition awards.
About Steel Erectors Association of America
Founded in 1972, SEAA is the only national trade association representing the interests of steel erectors, fabricators, contractors, and related service providers. The association promotes safety, education and training programs for steel erector trades, including its Ironworker Craft Training curriculum. The association works in partnership with other steel construction, design, and steel product organizations to protect the interests of those who construct steel structures. Learn more at www.seaa.net.
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