Seats are still available for the three remaining dates for the ASCA’s 2016 Snow Academy program.
“So far Snow Academy has been a resounding success in 2016,” says ASCA Executive Director Kevin Gilbride. “We hosted near-capacity crowds of professional snow and ice managers who have come out to not only learn more about what the ASCA is doing and has accomplished, but to sharpen their management skill sets.”
This year’s host cities are based on locations that were easily accessible to high concentrations of snow professionals in order to maximize attendance. Each location is strategically placed to allow easy access to area contractors, Gilbride says.
“Classroom size is limited, so if you plan to attend be sure to register as soon as possible,” he adds.
The ASCA’s Snow Academy provides education to snow contractors at a local level. A half-day of education provides information on topics such as risk management, snow contracts, weather insurance, ISO9001/SN9001, and Industry Standards. Here are the three upcoming Snow Academy sites:
Milwaukee, Wisc. - Sept. 7, 2016 The event takes place from 1 pm to 5 pm at the Western Headquarters, 7777 North 73rd St., Milwaukee, Wis., 53225.
Baltimore, Md. - Sept. 21, 2016 The event takes place from 1 pm to 5 pm at the BWI Airport Marriott.
Denver, Colo. - Sept. 27, 2016 The event takes place 1 pm to 5 pm at the DoubleTree by Hilton - Denver-Aurora.
Snow Academy provides localized, half-day snow contractor education that focuses on risk management, snow contractors, weather, ISO and more. Each Snow Academy is tailored to the city it is taking place in. The event is $35.
The ASCA has laid the groundwork for an outstanding afternoon of education and discussion about your industry. For example, topics will include:
Insurance rates: Insurance rates in the snow and ice management industry continue to rise. There is a lot you can do about it. Find out how you can help yourself reduce your insurance rates.
The Industry Standards: How are the Industry Standards, accredited by the American National Standards Institute, helping snow contractors protect their business, protect their clients and protect their insurance companies? How are they helping improve business?
Contract language: Attorneys charge hundreds of dollars an hour. Josh Ferguson will give you a full of information on how to improve your snow and ice management contracts.
Snowfall insurance: Is your company at risk if you have too little or too much snow? There is a solution for that. Attend Snow Academy to learn how you can forever protect your revenues.
ISO9001/SN9001 Certification: Internationally acclaimed, find out how this certification can help you improve your operations; increase sales; protect your business; and reduce insurance rates.
Interested snow and ice managers should enter bit.ly/1U7ELud their browsers for additional registration info. Walk-ups are also welcome on the day of the event.