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Virginia Code Education Conference

July 24 - 26, 2017
Doubletree by Hilton

On behalf of the code organizations and DHCD we are pleased to announce the 2017 VA Code Education Conference is now open for registration. This three-day event offers a full schedule of training sessions intended to be informational and pertinent to a wide audience including code officials, design professionals, engineers, third party inspection personal, and others who utilize the code in their line of work. Education sessions will qualify for DHCD and ICC continuing education credit as well as we are working with VDFP and AIA to obtain continuing education approval for specific or all conference education sessions. 

Conference Highlights:
·         Three-day training and education schedule
·         Continuing education credits available
·         Registration discount available until May 31st
·         Day registration available
·         Exhibitor hall
·         Networking opportunities
o   Sunday afternoon pig roast and picnic at Pen Park
o   Monday evening banquet
o   Evening at the UVA Rotunda (limited seating/ticket cost additional)

Full Conference includes three full days of education, breakfast and lunch each day, and the Monday evening banquet.
The conference is hosting an exhibitor hall as well as a pig roast picnic free to all those lodgers and commuters who want to join us on Sunday late afternoon.

Visit the VCEC website for more information or to register for the conference.

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.
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