AGG1 Academy transitioning to digital platform in 2021

By |  December 16, 2020

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The cancellation of the 2021 AGG1 Aggregates Academy & Expo means no in-person education will take place next March in Atlanta. AGG1 Academy will, however, go on in a digital form.

The National Stone, Sand & Gravel Association (NSSGA) will put on the 2021 NSSGA AGG1 Aggregates Academy & Exchange as a digital event Feb. 22-24. Registration for the digital event is now open.

According to NSSGA, attendees can expect a high-level experience from the AGG1 Aggregates Academy & Exchange, as well as NSSGA’s 2021 Annual Convention, which will also be held as a virtual event. Registration for the convention, which takes place March 8-9, is also now open.

AGG1 Academy is an educational resource for aggregate producers. Content is available for those in the hauler seat to those in the C-suite, NSSGA says.

More than 50 educational sessions will be available across four tracks: operations and production; environment, safety and health; business management; and leadership development.

The National Asphalt Pavement Association, along with World of Asphalt, is also transitioning educational sessions to a digital platform that would have taken place at the March 9-11 trade show. The first People, Plants, and Paving Digital Conference takes the place of those same March dates.

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