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Professional Development ASA Strategic Plan Strategic Driver Goals Objectives Develop a training and technical support relationship Enhance resources for students with three universities with strong concrete research programs Develop a mobile/web app to log shotcreting hours as a new nozzleman benefit and enroll Enhance resources for craftsman 100 nozzlemen in the first year Develop a safety presentation to accompany safety guide and present at WOC and two other times/year Develop two short-courses for education of ASA will develop and deliver employees of ASA member companies within two programs, products, and services Enhance resources for contractors years (one targeted towards education of shotcrete that provide knowledge, skills, crews, another towards education of superintendents and validate credibility. and project managers) to enhance safety and quality Develop an AIA continuing education session for Enhance support for specifiers engineers/specifiers/architects and conduct three and designers sessions with 20 participants Acceptance of inspector training program in 2 years Develop a test for certification of inspector Enhance resources for inspectors credentials in 1 year Compile a list of ASA educated inspectors within 3 years Outreach Strategic Driver Goals Objectives Hold two education programs at WOC and two at Maximize member exposure other venues Cultivate relationship through information programs to university-level engineering, architecture, and construction management students and professors Develop a module for members to present to undergraduate-level students. Make three to Build and leverage relationships five presentations at universities each year in higher education Develop 1-hour course module (lecture notes, ASA will positively influence the homework, testing, resources) for university shotcrete industry through professors to cover shotcrete within 3 years mutually beneficial alliances. Further develop or retain scholarship applicants with shotcrete presentation at their learning institution Get shotcrete specified in state/DOT design manuals Strengthen connections with —one a year specifiers, DOTs, and owners Cultivate relationships through informational (railroads, facility managers, etc.) programs through six DOT, specifiers, or owners each year Leverage relationship with Develop alliances with the ACPA, AASHTO, NRC, concrete-related groups NTPEP, Sprayed Concrete Association (UK), EFNARC 4 Shotcrete • Fall 2014


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