2011 ICC Chapter of the Year
A board of directors meeting is scheduled for February 24th, 2017 at the Louisa County Administration Building from 10-2
Minutes for approval
The 54th Annual School of Instruction will be held at the Holiday Inn @ Richmond Airport on April 5-7, 2017. All training will be thru the ICC Preferred Provider Program so attendees can apply each class for DHCD CE's, DPOR CE's, and ICC CE's. The agenda is in draft format only because Wednesday's classes may be moved around.
Room rate is 91.00 and is not included with the registration-the hotel # is 804-236-1111.
For Ladies Aux/Companion information contact Ethel Showman at email@example.com
Yearbook Advertising Form
The Virginia Building Code Academy is offering a one-day on-site inspection course on February 8, 2017 for amusement device inspectors. This course will serve as a prerequisite to the 2017 Spring Amusement Device training course and is designed to support the National Association of Amusement Ride Safety Officials (NAARSO) experience requirement for all exam candidates. This course will also serve as 8 hours of continuing education for DHCD.
Register on the VBCA online registration site
It is the time of year to consider members contributions to the organization and possibly submitting their name for one of the 5 awards the VPMIA presents. The awards are as follows:
The Jack Proctor Code Development Leadership Award, Gordon Dameron Outstanding Service Award (active members), David L. Carr Outstanding Service Award (associate member), D. Paul Jack Lifetime Membership Award (active members), and the John Otto Lifetime Associate Membership Award.
Awards Nomination Form
Please send one form per award to Johnny Vannoy
Cutoff date for receiving award nominations is Feb. 24th, 2017
VPMIA is now accepting nominations for our 2016-2017 Board of Directors. We are also looking for folks to work on our various committees and to assist VPMIA with its mission and continue to grow. We need the membership to step-up and give a little back to VPMIA as VPMIA has done for the membership. VPMIA has provided a lot of quality training and great Schools of Instruction’s over the years and we will continue to do so for many years to come. We could sure use your help so get involved and help us make a difference as we have done over the years. I think you will find it very rewarding. You need to be a committed, hard working and a caring individual so I challenge you to step-up and help out this fine organization. VPMIA thanks you for your continued support. Please send nomination forms to Skip Harper via mail, fax, or email.
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Virginia Plumbing and Mechanical Inspectors Association is a association of code professionals dedicated to promotion of uniform enforcement and development of the codes throughout the Commonwealth to assure health, safety, and welfare of its citizens and anyone who may live, work, or visit the state of Virginia. The pursuit of this endeavor is achieved through close, open, and equal working relationships with design professionals, builders, contractors, material manufacturers and others involved in the construction industry.
The Jack A. Proctor Virginia Building Code Academy delivers administrative and technical code training programs for mandated certification requirements for over 3500 statewide professional certifications in various code enforcement disciplines including code official, inspection and plan review. Most of the programs required for certification are multi-day and are offered throughout the calendar year in various locations across the state. In addition to the mandated training, the academy periodically offers a number of specialized training events on topics that are pertinent or relative to current issues in the code enforcement industry.
VBCA On-line Registration System
2017 JPVBCA Schedule
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