In an effort to provide the NUCA national membership expanded educational opportunities, the NUCA staff have put together a series of industry webinars .
Webinars will be presented each month. The webinar topics have been chosen from current industry issues that face our members on a daily basis. Other topics are speciﬁcally targeted to help our many NUCA Chapters across the country improve their operations.
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NUCA will be providing a quarterly “Webinar Wednesday” schedule on the month prior to the quarter. We encourage any NUCA member to submit topics that they feel should be considered for future webinars that would be of interest to the membership. Take advantage of the most current industry information available by participating in our newly created “Webinar Wednesdays.”
We are happy to offer webinars and informative technical calls free to our members. This library will be expanding - covering a wide range of topics. Check back frequently to see what's new. For more inforamtion on scheduled webinars please contact Jim Stephan, Director of Education and Training by email at email@example.com
|Weds, April 17, 3:00 PM (EST):
||NUCA Government Relations 101: How NUCA Represents your Business in Washington
|While it's easy to get distracted by headlines out of Washington that trumpet the fleeting issues of the day, NUCA Government Relations is focused on the issues that affect your business' bottom line.
With this webinar, you will learn more about what NUCA Government Relations does to advance our industry's interests at the federal level and how you can get involved to make an impact. We will also cover some of what is being discussed on Capitol Hill, including:
NUCA's Director of Government Relations, Bryce Mongeon, will lead this discussion and answer any questions that you may have.
- What are the prospects for a big infrastructure package?
- Will President Trump and Congress be able to work together on issues important to our industry?
- How will Democratic control of the House impact the push on matters like climate change or a "Green New Deal?"