While it was our goal to hold an in-person event in 2021, current gathering restrictions in the City of Grand Junction and Mesa County, as well as other situations beyond our control have forced us to reconsider. The RMLA Board of Directors is committed to providing the safest environment for our members and therefore have decided to postpone our 50th Annual Conference until May 2022. However, we still plan to offer compelling and relevant lift education for 2021.RMLA is proud to announce we are collaborating with our friends in Massachusetts - the producers of the Lift Maintenance Series (LMS) - to bring the the first-ever Lift Maintenance Virtual Learning Series. This sequence will kick-off with a 4-day event offering 16 separate, hour-long webinars on everything from lift maintenance, electrical, operations, safety and supervisory. Then, over the summer we will offer 10-12 additional webinars. All presentations will be recorded for future viewing if you are unable to attend the live event, or if you wish to review the materials again at a later date. As always, our ultimate goal is to provide compelling, advancing, and topical education to the ski industry’s lift operations and maintenance work force, and that will not be compromised. We are confident we have the ability to make relevant education happen in a virtual world. The RMLA Board is hard at working figuring out the details including class offerings, and registration fees. Additional information will be posted by March 15.
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