ICUEE-The Demo Expo 2019 education programs offer attendees a variety of formats and topics to maximize their time onsite. Sessions include new disaster-readiness simulation labs, an expanded roster of show-floor field classrooms and new eat-and-learn workshops.
“ICUEE education sessions are a great way to conveniently ramp up the knowledge of your team,” said ICUEE Show Director John Rozum. “We’ve developed relevant programs and gathered leading experts to help you and your team stay informed and up to speed on the latest industry developments.”
As an added value, education participants earn Professional Development Hours credit. Attendees can also take advantage of industry certifications offered by the National Commission for the Certification of Crane Operators (NCCCO).
ICUEE, the International Construction and Utility Equipment Exposition will take place October 1-3, 2019 at the Kentucky Exposition Center in Louisville, Kentucky.
Register for ICUEE 2019 by August 23 for best rates. For more information and to register, visit www.icuee.com.
Your Guide to ICUEE 2019 Learning Opportunities
New Disaster Simulation Labs
When disasters and other crises occur, industry workers are often front-line responders. Desi Matel-Anderson, FEMA’s first and former chief innovation advisor, will lead new Disaster Simulation Labs at ICUEE 2019.
Desi will help attendees explore needs and concepts to create tailored and innovative solutions to meet a variety of crisis needs. She uses a proprietary three-step design process to help organizations understand the core issues and needs that are not being optimally addressed in any given crisis, and become better prepared for sustainable resiliency
Expanded Field Classrooms
We know attendees’ time is limited, so ICUEE uses ‘walking’ classrooms on the show floor to provide a hands-on overview of topics geared to those new to the industry (or those wanting a refresher).
Field Classroom topics include aerial devices, electrical hazards and equipment, equipment hydraulics, fleet management, horizontal directional drilling, safety, trenching, underground detection and marking, and vacuum excavating.
New Eat and Learn Workshops
Grab a bite to eat during these learning opportunities at Tuesday lunch, Wednesday breakfast and/or Wednesday lunch sessions. The topics include:
- Drone Panel: Effective Applications in Utility Industry
- The Business Model for Building and Maintaining a Smart Utility Infrastructure
- Workforce Development — Generational Story