The 2020 WHEA Technical Exhibition registration is now open. Technical Exhibition – Wednesday, September 30, 2020 – 9:30 am to 1:30 pm Open House – Tuesday Evening, September [...]
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WHEA is recognized by local and national regulatory organizations as an essential partner in the codes and standards development and compliance process. The key to our success is a commitment to our members and the development of professional relationships.
The Wisconsin Healthcare Engineering Association (WHEA) is comprised of six (6) local chapters positioned strategically throughout the state. Although each chapter has its own bylaws, officers, and conducts separate chapter meetings, all chapters are governed by the state bylaws. Members of each WHEA chapter automatically become a member of the state organization.
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Chapter I Meeting 4:30 pm
Mortenson Company, 115 S 84th St Suite 400, Milwaukee, WI 53214, USA
Education Topic: “Parking Garages,Maintenance and Rehab”
Chapter II Meeting
Lunch & Learn Series Webinar
02/13/2020 11:30 am - 1:00 pm
Chapter V Meeting
WHEA Database Edit Deadline
LUNCH AND LEARN WEBINARS
The Wisconsin Healthcare Engineering Association’s Educational and Professional Development Committee (EPDC) will once again be offering 12 webinars for the 2020 calendar year for a one time, low price per computer connection.*
These webinars will be held every 2nd Thursday of the month from 11:30 am to 1:00 pm and are available by yearly subscription only.
When: Second Thursday of the Month
WHEA offers site-based educational programs at various locations throughout the state. The Education and Professional Development Committee chooses these site-based programs from the input we receive on our program evaluations. At times there are hot topic items that pop up where we try to pull together a program if we feel the topic is an important one. One of our standard programs is the “Healthcare Construction Certificate” program which occurs 3 times a year and we try to make it accessible to everyone no matter what region of Wisconsin you live in.