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  • How to Keep the Money You Earn by Implementing Internal Controls

    Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits

    • Discern the signs that fraud, embezzlement, or theft are occurring in your company • Create environment reduce fraud • Establish internal controls in each of your company functions

    You work much too hard to have your profits disappear through fraud, embezzlement, or theft. And it’s not just money that walks out the door—it can be your tools, clients, and expertise. It’s not a question of “if” it will happen, it is a matter of “when and how much?” In this eye-opening session, learn how to create internal controls to ensure you keep the money you earn. From understanding the importance of the Tone at the Top to the three points of the Fraud Triangle, learn how to improve your internal control structure. Even if your employees have been with you forever, it is important to abide by the saying: “Trust the controls, not the people”.

    Webinar is part of the Contractor Webinar Series and is FREE for Members

    Non-members: $50.00 USD

  • How to get Changes to Municipal Codes and Homeowner Associations

    Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Carl Peterson of Nicolock Paving Stones, discusses best-practices to work with municipalities and homeowners to provide the customer what they want.

    Originally Aired Live on February 6, 2019 1pm EASTERN 

    Presenter: Carl Peterson - Director of Education, Nicolock Paving Stones

    CE Hours: 1 Hour available upon completion of online quiz

    Fee to Access Webinar:  

    Non-Member: $50.00

    Informational Member: $40.00

    Affiliate Member: $35.00

    Voting Member: $30.00


  • How to Attract, Retain, and Motivate Today's Hardscape Workforce

    Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Curious how to keep your workforce, or add to it? Interested in growing your business and keeping your skilled crews? Learn some of the best practices on how to motivate your teams, and how to prosper in the industry.

    Originally Aired Live on August 28, 2018 

    Presenters: Frank Bourque

    CE Hours: 1 Hour available upon completion of online quiz

    Fee to Access Recording: $50 for nonmembers. FREE to Members as part of the Contractor Webinar Series!

  • H-2B Program

    Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Join ICPI and FEWA (Federation of Employers and Workers of America) to discuss the H2B program and how it may benefit you and your company.

    Originally Aired: July 11, 2019

    Speaker: Arnulfo Hinojosa, Vice President of FEWA (Federation of Employers and Workers of America)

    Cost: 

    Free for Members

    $50.00 For Non-Members

  • Guide Specifications for Interlocking Concrete Pavement

    Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Learn about the specifics of laying concrete pavers.

    Originally Aired Live on February 26, 2014

    CE Hours: 1 Hour available upon completion of online quiz

    Fee to Access Webinar:  

    Non-Member: $50.00

    Informational Member: $40.00

    Affiliate Member: $35.00

    Voting Member: $30.00

  • Geosynthetics Used in Hardscape Construction

    Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Learn about different types of of geosynthetics and the advantages of each.

    Originally Aired Live on December 19, 2013 as part of the ICPI Contractor Webinar Series

    CE Hours: 1 Hour available upon completion of online quiz

    Fee to Access Recording:  $50 for nonmembers. FREE to Members as part of the Contractor Webinar Series!

  • Fundamentals of Business Operations

    Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Join ICPI to learn from one of the industry's best how to improve your business operations.

    Originally Aired 8/22/2019 1PM

    Presenter: George Urvari

    Fees:

    Non-Member: $50.00

    Informational Member: $40.00

    Affiliate Member: $35.00

    Voting Member: $30.00

  • Engaging Your Employees for Improved Performance

    Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Learn the why’s and how’s of the 3E’s for improving human performance (engaging, equipping, and empowering people.

    Embrace the why’s and how’s of the 3E’s for improving human performance (engaging, equipping, and empowering people).  You will:

    • Elevate leadership effectiveness by utilizing a double-barreled approach with both situational AND transformational leadership.
    • Discover the single best way to ensure your organization fosters a results-oriented environment. 
    • Discover how to rekindle your team members' "Give a Rip!" and increase employee engagement.
    • Leverage the efforts of your training strategy to truly equip people to perform better. 
    • Maximize the effectiveness your leaders by empowering them with a simple 3-part model for creating synergy.

    The webinar is an elective for the ICPI Residential Paver Specialist Course and ICPI Commercial Paver Specialist Course, as well as one hour of continuing education for renewal of the Certified Concrete Paver Installer credential.

    Fee to Access Webinar:  

    Non-Member: $50.00

    Informational Member: $40.00

    Affiliate Member: $35.00

    Voting Member: $30.00

    Randy Anderson (Moderator)

    Co-Founder- E3 Professional Trainers

    Randy Anderson is co-founder of E3 Professional Trainers, a Lubbock-based training firm that provides workplace and life training for individuals, teams, and companies. The training he provides is designed to help individuals improve their personal productivity and live more fulfilling lives, while at the same time, helping the companies and organizations they work for improve profitability/effectiveness.

    Randy has achieved the designation of Certified Speaking Professional. The CSP is the highest earned designation awarded by the National Speakers Association and the International Speaker Federation and is held by less than 10% of professional speakers around the world.

  • Effective use of Geosynthetic Materials in Hardscape Construction for Long-Term Performance

    Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Get an introduction to geosynthetics that includes functions, soil and soil properties, geotextiles, geogrids and geomembranes.

    Get an introduction to geosynthetics that includes functions, soil and soil properties, geotextiles, geogrids and geomembranes.  You’ll learn:

    • Five primary functions of a geosynthetic
    • Which type of geotextile is considered excellent for its filtrations properties
    • Which type of Geogrid would typically be used for pavement reinforcement
    • Which Geomembranes provide containment and are used with what other geosynthetic materials that provide separation

    The webinar is an elective for the ICPI Residential Paver Specialist Course and ICPI Commercial Paver Specialist Course, as well as one hour of continuing education for renewal of the Certified Concrete Paver Installer credential.

    Fee to Access Webinar:  

    Non-Member: $50.00

    Informational Member: $40.00

    Affiliate Member: $35.00

    Voting Member: $30.00


    Robert Bowers, P. Eng., LEED Green Associate (Moderator)

    Director of Engineering- ICPI

    Robert Bowers has over 25 years of experience in the hardscapes industry developing standards for the design and construction of interlocking concrete pavement and segmental retaining walls. He is responsible for ICPI programs that are related to the installation of interlocking concrete pavers, including the Contractor Education and Certification courses as well as the development and delivery of technical installation materials. Bowers chairs the CSA A231 Committee which is responsible for the development of the Canadian standards for concrete pavers and slabs. Bowers is a member of the ASCE T&DI Permeable Pavements Committee that is currently developing a standard for the Design, Construction and Maintenance of permeable interlocking concrete pavement. Bowers has written several articles and conducted numerous seminars about interlocking concrete and permeable pavements. Bowers participates in the ASCE, ASTM and CSA.

  • Designing Rooftop, Pedestal and Deck Overlays Applications with Slabs

    Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Investigate design and construction of roof decks for pedestrian plazas and vehicular parking and driving areas, including paving product and Factory Mutual design recommendations.

    This webinar covers design and construction of roof decks for pedestrian plazas and vehicular parking and driving areas. It covers:

    • Paving product and Factory Mutual design recommendations 
    • Construction assemblies using concrete pavers and paving slabs in sand-set and pedestal applications 

    The webinar is an elective for the ICPI Residential Paver Specialist Course and ICPI Commercial Paver Specialist Course, as well as one hour of continuing education for renewal of the Certified Concrete Paver Installer credential.

    Fee to Access Webinar:  

    Non-Member: $50.00

    Informational Member: $40.00

    Affiliate Member: $35.00

    Voting Member: $30.00

    David R. Smith (Moderator)

    Technical Director - ICPI

    Since 1977, David has worked with civil engineers, architects, landscape architects and contractors in design, construction and maintenance of every kind of interlocking, permeable interlocking concrete pavement (PICP), paving slab and grid application. Besides publishing dozens of articles, peer-reviewed technical papers, guide specifications and many ICPI Tech Spec technical bulletins on all of these segmental concrete pavements, Mr. Smith has written three ICPI student and instructor manuals for contractors and taught many classes. He has also authored three design idea books for residential, commercial and municipal applications.

    Besides writing ICPI’s 120-page manual on PICP in 2017, Permeable Interlocking Concrete Pavements, he is co-editor of a 260-page ASCE report on permeable pavement released in 2015. He is a member of an ASCE committee that developed ASCE 68-18, a national design standard for PICP slated for a November 2018 release. Starting in 1994, he has been editor of the quarterly Interlock Design magazine (circ. 24,000) which features segmental concrete pavement projects. Since 1988, Mr. Smith has written or revised several product standards and test methods through his membership in ASTM. In recent years, Mr. Smith manages a range of industry research projects including studies on pavement smoothness, full-scale structural testing and PICP performance studies.