NYSCHSA is dedicated to providing quality and timely training programs that encourage professional development as well as meet the criteria for continuing education credits.
The Association is a designated Sponsor Organization by the Practicing Institute of Engineering, Inc. (PIE) providing us the ability to develop, evaluate, and administer accredited training programs that meet NYS Education Department continuing education regulations to our membership.
So if you are a Professional Engineer or Land Surveyor trying to meet your continuing education requirements as set forth by law and the NYS Education Department or a Superintendent, Commissioner or Transportation Director interested in keeping up with the latest on building and maintaining local roads then attendance at our conferences are a must!
We offer technical programs that benefit all industry professionals through our two conferences annually, one in the Winter and one in late Summer. The Winter conference features a trade show, drawing over 65 vendors from across the state and nation to Albany for a three-day show. The Winter Conference also signals the start of the Association's legislative advocacy program.
In addition, the Association is active in and supports several events sponsored by peer organizations in New York. The calendar of events below includes both NYSCHSA events as well as those sponsored by other organizations. When available, links to more information is provided.
In 1909, a group of County Highway Superintendents met in Saratoga Springs, New York. Their intent: to form a close-knit organization that would support and inform its members and help them to do their jobs in a more efficient manner. Click here to read more.
The Continuing Education Consortium (CEC) was formed by the New York State County Highway Superintendents Association, Inc. (NYSCHSA) in the Spring of 2004 to provide accredited training and professional development programs to all industry professionals involved in the building and maintenance of New York's highways and bridges. Click here to read more.