PCMA offers a variety of Learn@Lunch Programs that are presented in your office, either in person or virtually. You provide the venue, PCMA provides a quality lunch, and an AIA approved educational program in one-hour or one and half hour formats.

PCMA, in partnership with PCI, regularly updates its Learn@Lunch programming.

Please check back frequently for our latest Learn@Lunch opportunities and other precast educational programs.

Schedule your Learn@Lunch now using the form below!

Please complete your contact details and your learn@lunch preferences below, and we will be in contact with you to schedule your seminar.
  • Learn@Lunch Topics

    PCMA offers a number of Learn@Lunch Programs - you provide the venue, PCMA provides a quality lunch and an AIA approved educational program in one hour or one and half hour formats.
  • Please let us know any special requirements, requests, preferred dates or anything else that will help us to schedule successful Learn@Lunch seminars for you and your company.

AIA Approved Webinars

Don’t forget about our series of webinars, which in addition to our Learn@Lunch program, is just another convenient way for architects and engineers to obtain continuing education credit from the comfort of their own computers.

These webinars are designed to fit into a lunch hour. Presented live by industry experts on a variety of topics from design and construction to sustainability and more.

Earn CEU’s by participating in an AIA approved educational program, in one hour or one and half hour formats, from the comfort of your own armchair. Join us for our next webinar or check out some topics we have already broadcast.

PCMA, in partnership with PCI, regularly updates its Webinar programming.

Please check back frequently for our latest webinar opportunities. Don’t see a topic you want to find out more about please email us with your suggestion.

 

Register for your next webinar now!

Precast Concrete Manufacturers Association

The Precast Concrete Manufacturers Association, represents New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Texas.  Through its Partner, Precast Prestressed Concrete Institute (PCI), provides the latest in research, design standards, architectural solutions, and educational programming. 

Providing technical and architectural information on steel-reinforced precast concrete offers designers the ability to create durable and attractive concrete structures.