The event will consist of Hospitality Suites which will be hosted by Sponsors. The Hospitality Suites will have various foods and drinks made in the State of Wisconsin. Attendees will be able to travel from suite to suite sampling food and spirits while conversing with various distributors and manufacturers.
5:00 – 7:00 Social Hour and Tasting
7:00 – 8:00 Member/Awards Meeting
8:00 – ? Tasting Resumes
If you have questions, please contact Jeff Carlson or Karen Bartel (Executive Director, WIESA):
WIESA is looking to begin another semester with additional apprentices and journey workers. The new semester would begin mid July of this year. For the program to truly take off, and provide ever more benefits, like state-wide recruitment, the program must obtain a minimum threshold of ten apprentices and six journey workers. In other words, at least six new apprentices and three new journey workers. To achieve this threshold, we need commitments from members like you.
If you are willing to make a commitment to apprenticeship, please write a short letter on your letterhead addressed to the WIESA UATC (Unilateral Apprenticeship Training Committee) and mail it (snail mail or e-mail) to Dave Koenig at Capital Lock. In your letter indicate that you are willing to commit to putting “X” number of new apprentices and journey workers into the program. Please send your letter of commitment no later than April 24, 2015.
Obviously, if you have any questions you would like to review, call me or any of the UATC members.
David M. Koenig
608-256-5625 Office // 608-395-3232 Direct // 608-513-5625 Cell
March 26, 2015
Speaker: Kelly Bond, SVP Alarm Capital Alliance
Guest Speaker: Michelle Yungblut, Electronic Security Association Vice President of Training and Certification and up to 8 CEU’s all in One Day!
SVP, Business Development
Alarm Capital Alliance
With her extensive experience in the security industry, Ms. Bond has played an integral part in the growth of Alarm Capital Alliance. In her role as Senior Vice President of Business Development for ACA, Ms. Bond is responsible for increasing sales through acquisitions and driving the overall business-to-business development strategy for the company. In 2014, the Women’s Security Council recognized her career accomplishments by naming her an Honoree of their Women of the Year awards.
Ms. Bond has been with ACA since 2005 and began her work in the electronic security industry in 1998. In her career, Ms. Bond has also been responsible for business development, portfolio due diligence, negotiation of legal documentation, and assimilation of transactions. Ms. Bond currently serves as the Membership Committee Chair and the National Scholarship Chair for ESA.
Event is being held at:
Country Springs Hotel
2810 Golf Road
Pewaukee, WI 53072
REGISTER TODAY by calling 414.459.3260
Come to ESX 2015 to network with like-minded professionals from the electronic security and life safety industry Relax, share solutions and learn from industry thought leaders during ESX 2015 in Baltimore, June 24-26. It’s a great opportunity to meet-up with your colleagues and develop new connections with industry peers. And you will have fun too! Watch the ESX Networking Video to learn more about the • ESX Welcome Reception • ESA Celebrates • The Crawl • SDM 100 Gala (Tickets sold separately, visit SDMGala.com) Registration is Open! Enjoy ESX 2015’s Supersaver Rates through April 30, 2015. Team Discounts are available—save 20% for 3 or more paying registrants from the same company (Discount Code: 3PLUS). Invite your spouse and receive a special discount. See Pass Types. Book your hotel and make travel arrangements.
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WIESA, the Wisconsin Electronic Security Association is the first state chapter of the national association to implement an Apprenticeship Program for the security industry in the U.S that could become a national model. The program was unveiled on November 1, 2014.
“The program will provide a career opportunity to individuals with a desire to develop skills which will allow them to help people in very tangible ways while earning excellent compensation. It will also open doors to unlimited earnings potential and a very satisfying career,” notes David Koenig, WIESA Apprenticeship Chair.
Merlin Guilbeau, “The WIESA apprenticeship program will enable the industry in Wisconsin to build a well-trained labor force. It establishes a framework that can be utilized by the employers to increase employee loyalty, reduce training costs, attract more applicants, and improve productivity. All of this translates into a valuable service to public safety.”
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