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NAPA Webinar Series

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NAPA offers a variety of webinars throughout the year on various topics related to the asphalt industry. These topics range fromnewly released industry regulations to innovative processes and technology that can benefit your company. The NAPA webinar program will deliver the information you need to the comfort of your home or office.

 

Professional Development Hours (PDHs)
Participation in NAPA webinars may earn you Professional Development Hours (PDHs). PDHs are educational units used to fulfill continuing education requirements for licensure or certification. In most cases, 1 hour of participation in a webinar equals 1 PDH. Some states and certifying bodies require pre-approval of professional development hours and documentation requirements also vary, so be sure to check with your appropriate agency. You are responsible for maintaining the documentation for your PDHs. You can request a certificate of completion after you attend any of the webinars to keep for your records.

 

UPCOMING WEBINARS

Specialization in Asphalt Sustainability Implementation Series: Opportunities: Design, Construction and Maintenance of Porous Pavements

Date: Thursday, May 19, 2:00–3:30 p.m. EDT 

Speakers:  Tom Baird, P.E., CPESC, Associate, Barton & Loguidice, D.P.C; Heather Dylla, Director of Sustainability, NAPA; Kent Hansen Director of Engineering, NAPA

 

Description:
Porous asphalt pavements are a multi-functional, low impact development (LID) technology. Not only do they provide pavements for parking and roads, they are designed to manage and treat stormwater runoff. With proper design and installation, porous asphalt pavements can provide a cost-effective solution for stormwater management in an environmentally friendly way. Other major benefits of porous asphalt pavements include: reduced noise; increased wet weather friction and visibility; and reduced stormwater temperatures before discharge. Attendees will learn when to use porous pavements to maximize their benefits, be given guidance on mix design and proper construction techniques, and be provided lessons learned from a Lake George, NY case study.

 

This session will discuss:
• What options porous pavement provides to meet projects’ stormwater management and cool pavement goals.
• How to construction and maintain porous asphalt pavements.
• How to design and specify porous asphalt pavements.

 

Registration: 

Members, DOTS, City/County and Public Works Agencies, SAPAs — FREE (Use Code: Opportunities) 

Non-Members — $129

 

Professional Development Hours (PDHs):

Attendees will receive 1.5 hours of professional development for participating in this webinar.

 

Register Here

 

Communicating with the Media and the Public

Date: Thursday, May 26, 2:00–3:00 p.m. EDT 

Speaker:  Paul Rhynard, Crisis and Critical Incident Communication Advisor, Shawn Douglas Communications

 

This webinar will help attendees understand the fundamental principles of communicating with the media and public when it matters most. From community outreach to crisis management best practices, it’s important to understand these principles before you need them. The risk of not understanding them often means playing catch-up in an emergency while trying to balance your organization’s many other priorities.

 

Key Takeaways:

  • Understand the key principles of (1) knowing the facts, (2) telling the truth, and (3) delivering your message;
  • Identify ways to establish and understand your audiences;
  • Learn how to apply these lessons within your organization.

 

Registration: 

Members, DOTS, City/County and Public Works Agencies, SAPAs — FREE (Use Code: Media) 

Non-Members — $129

 

Professional Development Hours (PDHs):

Attendees will receive 1 hour of professional development for participating in this webinar.

 

Register Here

 

Taking the High Road:  Good Community Relations for the Asphalt Industry

Date: Thursday, June 9, 2:00–3:00 p.m. EDT 

Speaker:  Bill Taylor, Resource Development Manager, Granite Construction

 

Asphalt and aggregate companies offer a lot to our communities. Yet their contributions to modern society’s quality of life are not understood by the general public, and rarely communicated. This webinar will focus on a proactive approach to get, keep and maintain good community relations rather than react to a community relations problem. Attendees will learn how to improve their company’s image and community recognition.

 

Registration: 

Members, DOTS, City/County and Public Works Agencies, SAPAs — FREE (Use Code: Community) 

Non-Members — $129

Register Here

 

Professional Development Hours (PDHs):

Attendees will receive 1 hour of professional development for participating in this webinar.

 

New and Traditional Marketing to Get Business NOW in the Asphalt Industry

Date: Tuesday, Sept. 6, 2:00–3:00 p.m. EDT 

Speaker:  Al Lautenslager, Market for Profits

 

Do you have all the customers for your asphalt business you can handle?  In today's tough times, your answer is probably "no." The marketing strategies and tactics you have used in the past either don't work or you feel the budget just won't allow any more spending.  If you don't get the word out about your asphalt business, your products and services, you are not going to have the customers you need.  This session will help you cut a swath through the jungle of marketing madness, and will outline an effective plan of attack focused on the day-by-day implementation of key marketing fundamentals and how to let those that can buy from you, know about you.

 

Key Takeaways:

  • How do we make sure that those that need our products and services know about us?
  • How to get new business with low and no cost marketing that takes little time.
  • How to craft the right message for the right target prospects to the right market.

  • H

    ow do we get our message to our market? …all while making a profit.

 

Registration: 

Members, DOTS, City/County and Public Works Agencies, SAPAs — FREE (Use Code: Marketing) 

Non-Members — $129

 

Professional Development Hours (PDHs):

Attendees will receive 1 hour of professional development for participating in this webinar.

 

Register Here

 

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