2017 ICB Conference and Tradeshow
The 16th Annual ICB conference will begin on Monday May 1, 2017 at 8 a.m. and conclude on Friday, May 5, 2017 at 5 p.m. in St. Charles, Missouri.
This year’s joint labor and management event will offer numerous classes, workshops and seminars on a variety of current topics geared toward working professionals, with a focus on codes, standards and certification requirements that control our industry. For the first time, all classes, workshops and seminars will be open to all attendees from both labor and management.
ICB through NEMIC will provide certification testing for supervisors, technicians, and contractors who qualify. In today’s marketplace, being “certified” is very desirable. The ICB certification is a statement that ICB-certified technicians, supervisors
, and contractors are competent, reliable, and qualified professionals. Through certification, ICB and NEMIC aim to increase employment and business opportunities.
Historic St. Charles, Missouri, our host city in the “Show-Me State,” is a short 30-minute drive from St. Louis. Founded in 1769 on the Missouri River, it served as the departure point for the famed Lewis and Clark expedition in 1804. St. Charles was also Missouri’s state capital from 1821 to 1826, as well as the home of explorer Daniel Boone.
The ICB Conference will feature a vendor tradeshow to be held May 1 at noon and all day May 2, both days in the general meeting area.
In addition, a reception will be held Tuesday, May 2 from 5:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at the Local 36 Training Center, 2319 Chouteau Ave., Suite 200, St. Louis, 63103.
Certification classes, followed by certification exams, will be held for TAB Supervisor, HVAC Fire Life Safety Level 1 Supervisor, HVAC Fire Life Safety Level 2 Supervisor, EPA 608 Technician, NAFA NCT Level 1 Technician, In addition, an ASHE Certified Healthcare Constructor (CHC) course for certification will be offered for an additional price. See details below.
Additional classes will include 70E Electrical Safety based on SMOHIT materials, Bluebeam software and usage, Chilled Beam ASHRAE 200, and Architectural Sheet Metal. There will also be presentations by all three Funds administrators (NEMIC, ITI, SMOHIT) followed by an open Q & A session.
Attendees will receive 12 CEUs for the entire Conference.