If you are a licensed designer, architect, builder or contractor, continuing education is a necessity. Have you earned all of your credit hours this year? METALCON can help! In addition to its ongoing credit-earning webinars, METALCON is returning as an “in-person” event this October and will offer a comprehensive education program with most of the sessions qualifying for AIA, CSI, and ICC credits. Consider the show a “one-stop” shop for all of your education needs, while also exploring an exhibit hall packed with a vast array of metal products, equipment and technology, and networking with the “Who’s Who” in metal in construction and design.

Learn from the industry’s top technical whizzes, business experts, design professionals, and industry insiders. METALCON’s Total Experience Conference can earn you up to 15 ICC Continuing Education Credits (CEUs) and 15 AIA Learning Units (LU), including up 5 LU HSW’s. Certificates can be provided for all other continuing education bodies as well. The Conference will begin on Tuesday, October 5 at 1:00 pm with pre-show workshops including the Metal Roof Installation Training Program and the METALFOCUS Safety Program: Part 1, and then continue for three days, October 6 – 8.

Your Total Experience registration includes ALL education sessions, keynote addresses, access to the exhibit hall and networking activities. Every attendee will receive certificates of completion for each course. Credit information for each course will be available in each course description. Be sure to check back regularly for updated crediting information and register before August 27 to save $25 with the “early bird discount.”


The Conference Schedule can be sorted by the following tracks:

*** For architects: a special track will be offered under “The Architect’s Experience,” where you can earn up to 18 AIA and 20 CSI Continuing Education Units.

Don’t miss the opportunity to get your credits before the end of the year. REGISTER TODAY for METALCON 2021 and join us in beautiful Tampa, Florida, October 6-8.