Innovative Schools Summit
Orlando

March 26-29, 2020

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Dr. Chris Emdin
Professor of Science Education, Author of For White Folks Who Teach in the Hood
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Dr. Michael Gurian
Bestselling Author of 32 books including Boys & Girls Learn Differently
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Julia Cook
Award-Winning Author of Nearly 100 Children's Books on Social Development
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Dr. John Almarode
Teacher Educator, Author, Expert on the Science of Learning
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Stuart Ablon, Ph.D.
Harvard Professor, Founder of Think:Kids, Author of The School Discipline Fix
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Tracie Berry-McGhee
International Speaker, Author, Creator of SistaKeeper
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Larry Thompson
Supportive Discipline Innovator, Creator of Responsibility-Centered Discipline
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Robert Jackson
Award-Winning Author, Publisher, International Speaker

Innovative Schools Summit Orlando

Held at the Caribe Royale March 26-29, 2020, the Innovative Schools Summit Orlando includes access to 5 Conferences for the Price of One: School DisciplineSchool Climate & Culture, Innovative Teaching Strategies Conference, Counseling Strategies & Resources Conference and the Boy Brains & Engagement Conference. The Summit features a great lineup of award-winning and nationally recognized speakers. This expert lineup of presenters draws upon their years of experience and research to provide proven strategies that work.

Please continue to check this page as information for the 2020 Innovative Schools Summit Orlando will be added as it becomes available.

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What to Expect at the Innovative Schools Summit?

What Do Educators Have to Say about the Summit?

Attend 5 Conferences for the Price of 1

Attendees to the Innovative Schools Summit Orlando are able to attend sessions from all Conferences (on a space-available basis).

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School Climate & Culture Forum

This event features practical, real-world initiatives that are successfully transforming the quality, character and personality of schools. It showcases programs, assessments and tools proven to improve school culture and climate. Evidence-based and research-based interventions will be introduced, while the forum also highlights high-potential efforts currently being implemented in the laboratory of everyday school life.

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School Discipline Conference

The discussion around school discipline can be polarizing. But almost everyone agrees that students need to be in class in order to succeed academically, and that suspensions and expulsions should be as rare as possible. And almost everyone agrees that student and educator safety should be top priority. This Conference is a must-attend gathering for educators focused on improving academic performance by applying the most current innovations and research to behavior intervention and classroom management.

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Innovative Teaching Strategies Conference

This 3-day conference will provide an opportunity for teachers, administrators and other educators to learn about new insights and strategies for reaching and teaching students (PreK-12). It will emphasize evidence-based and novel instructional practices from national-exemplary programs currently being used in schools.

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Boy Brains & Engagement Conference

Recent education research has focused much more on the learning, social outcomes and schooling experiences of boys. Boys are more likely to be held back, suspended or expelled — or to drop out of school altogether. This conference helps educators support the unique neurochemistry of the male brain and improve academic outcomes.

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Counseling Strategies & Resources Conference

The 9th Annual Counseling Strategies & Resources is being held in Orlando in 2020, and brings together well-known featured presenters. This conference will also feature best practices from educators and other professionals working with youth. Some programs will be research-tested, while others will be promising, innovative approaches created by practicing professionals to help them better connect with different types of students.

Questions? Let us Know!

What Past Attendees Have to Say…

"This was my first time attending the Summit and I must truly say it was the best Conference I have ever attended. The sessions were very informative, inspiring, and motivating"
High School Principal
Colombus, OH
"I am ready to return to my classroom with a different mindset, being better now than in the past, and focusing on my students future not their present. Moving forward with great expectations and pushing them into their destinies by any means necessary."
Middle School Teacher
Cambridge, MA
"I've been a teacher for 15 years and I learned more from this Conference than I've learned from any other Professional Development I've ever attended. I can't wait to return to school and share with my colleagues!"
Middle School Counselor
Ventura, CA
"Wow! I loved all of the Keynote Speakers - each one was inspiring, thoughtful and reminded me why I got into teaching. I'm so glad I attended and learned strategies to help my most difficult students."
High School Teacher
Baton Rogue, LA
"I loved being able to attend sessions from the full variety of conferences occurring simultaneously."
High School Counselor
Des Moines, IA
"I am already planning to attend next year and plan on bringing more people from my school."
Middle School Vice Principal
Jacksonville, FL
"This is such a great conference. There were so many wonderful sessions that it was difficult to choose which session to attend."
Elementary School Teacher
Savannah, GA
"My attendance at this conference was the best experience I've had in my 27 years as an educator."
High School Teacher
Reston, VA

Who Should Attend?

– School Counselors (PK-12)
– Principals
– Classroom Teachers
– Special Education Personnel
– School Administrators
– Deans
– Psychologists

– Teachers
– Social Workers
– School Resource Officers
– Behaviorists
– Therapists
– Community & Faith-Based Youth Workers
– After-School Program Coordinators

Sponsors

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CARIBE ROYALE ORLANDO

Summit Hotel & Conference Center

Caribe Royale Orlando

Guests should make individual reservations by calling the hotel at (407) 238-8000 or by clicking the “Book A Room” button. Guests are responsible for all charges at a rate of $195 per night for singles and doubles, plus applicable state & local taxes and fees. ($25 Hotel fee is waived for attendees booked through the block)


*To receive the group rate, attendees must identify themselves as part of the ‘Innovative Schools Summit’ group.

Overflow Hotel

Holiday Inn Resort Orlando Suites – Waterpark

Guests should make individual reservations by calling the hotel at 1 (877) 666-  3243 or by clicking the “Book A Room” button

Guests are responsible for all charges at a rate of $159.00 plus 12.5% tax  AND Parking plus tax 6.5%


*To receive the group rate, attendees must identify themselves as part of the ‘Innovative Schools Summit’ group.

Innovative Schools Summit Orlando Registration

Please Note: Pre-Conference Sessions for the Innovative Schools Summit Orlando will held March 26 & 27. The main Summit will begin on March 27, 2020 at 12:00 pm.

Super Bundle

*Pre-Registration Pricing Ends 1/31/20*
5 Conferences + 3 Pre-Conference Sessions
$ 545 per attendee
  • Entrance to 2 Pre-Conference Sessions on 3/26/20
  • Entrance to 1 Pre-Conference Session on 3/27/20
  • Entrance to the School Discipline Conference, School Climate & Culture Forum, Innovative Teaching Strategies Conference, Counseling Strategies & Resources Conference and the Boy Brains & Engagement Conference
  • Morning & Afternoon Refreshments
  • Standard Price: $595
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Conference Bundle

*Pre-Registration Pricing Ends 1/31/20*
5 Conferences + 1 Pre-Conference Session
$ 445 per attendee
  • Entrance to 1 Pre-Conference Session on 3/27/20
  • Entrance to the School Discipline Conference, School Climate & Culture Forum, Innovative Teaching Strategies Conference, Counseling Strategies & Resources Conference and the Boy Brains & Engagement Conference
  • Morning & Afternoon Refreshments
  • Standard Price: $495

Conference Only

*Pre-Registration Pricing Ends 1/31/20*
5 Conferences for the Price of 1
$ 395 per attendee
  • Entrance to the School Discipline Conference, School Climate & Culture Forum, Innovative Teaching Strategies Conference, Counseling Strategies & Resources Conference and the Boy Brains & Engagement Conference
  • Morning & Afternoon Refreshments
  • Standard Price: $445

Group Discount

Send More, Save More!

$ 50 off per attendee
  • $25 off Registration for Groups of 3-9 attendees
  • $50 off Registration for Groups of 10 or more attendees

Innovative Schools Summit Orlando
Breakout Sessions

2020 Orlando Agenda

2020 Orlando Pre-Conference Sessions

Marquita S. Blades, Ed.D.: POWARRful Teaching Strategies for Increasing Student Engagement & Decreasing Disciplinary Issues

Thursday, March 26th, 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Creating a highly-engaging & rigorous classroom while trying to manage disciplinary issues can be difficult. In this workshop, participants will learn several effective strategies that can be used to create an interactive classroom that supports increased student engagement while
minimizing student disciplinary issues. This is not a sit-and-get workshop. Bring your best energy, because we’ll be working through these strategies, just as you will be using them with your students!

Learning Objectives:

  • Learn how to use academic data to build relationships with all students
  • Decrease disciplinary issues in the classroom by creating a more engaging learning environment
  • Gain several strategies for increasing student engagement while maintaining rigor and addressing the needs of all learners

Stephanie Jensen, MS, LPC: Lost Boys: Strategies to Help Educators Navigate the World of Boys for Academic Success! Part 1

Thursday, March 26th, 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Boys are held back in school twice as often as girls. Boys also get expelled from preschool nearly five times more often than girls, and they are diagnosed with learning disorders and attention problems at nearly four times the rate of girls. Boys are more likely to dropout of school, and make up only 43 percent of college students. Millions of boys are being lost along the path to academic success and career achievement in today’s knowledge economy. Teacher bias regarding behavior, rather than academic performance, penalizes boys as early as kindergarten.

On average, boys receive lower behavioral assessment scores, and those scores affect teachers’ overall perceptions of boys’ intelligence and achievement. Rather than penalize boys’ high energy – as traditional classroom methods often do – successful teachers are learning to take advantage of male liveliness, curiosity and thirst for competition. Unless educators stop to consider whether traditional methods are working for both genders, boys will continue to get the short end of the educational stick.

This session will helps educators understand the structural, chemical and processing differences between boys’ and girls’ brains. It helps educators support boys’ developmental needs, while teaching them social/emotional competencies. Attendees will discover innovative strategies, as well as group and individual interventions, to help boys achieve their highest academic potential.

Learning Objectives: 

  • Explain how boys’ brains work including the chemistry and structure
  • Identify the differences in the ways girls and boys focus
  • Recognize the role of hormones, specifically testosterone and dopamine
  • Demonstrate classroom strategies to support boys’ developmental needs
  • Contrast the difference between natural aggression and bullying

Mike Paget, M.Ed.: Positive Behavioral Supports with Students Who Are Wired Differently

Thursday, March 26th, 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Disorganization, irritability, intense moods, emotional escalation, anxiety, perfectionism: these are some of the Top 10 Challenges faced by students who are “Wired Differently” – and by their teachers. Supporting the increasing number of students (now estimated at 1 in 5) with emotional and behavioral challenges requires an array of practices beyond traditional discipline practices.

During this session, author and nationally known education consultant Mike Paget will provide an overview of some of the emotional and behavioral challenges confronting these neuro-diverse students. Increasingly, teachers, counselors, administrators and other educators are realizing that success for these students demands an emphasis on prevention, positive skill-building and other practical supports (including practices at the universal, secondary and tertiary levels) – and that these supports actually improve the behavior of all students. Positive Behavior Interventions & Supports (PBIS) is one of the more prominent practices, but whether or not your school has implemented PBIS, this session will give helpful insights into the unique characteristics of these students and provide lots of practical supports that will help all students – but particularly those who are “Wired Differently.”

Learning Objectives:

  • Discover the importance of adult attitudes & behaviors when using positive behavior supports
  • Explore how primary, secondary and tertiary behavior plans can be best employed with various mental/emotional/behavioral concerns
  • Understand the 8 elements of successful classroom management
  • Discover tools to help teach social skills to students who are “Wired Differently” within the paradigm of positive behavior supports
  • Understand the importance of collaboration between families, schools and community resources

Susan Coleman, Ph.D.: How to Walk the Talk: The Journey to Improving School Climate & Student Engagement through Social-Emotional Learning

Thursday, March 26th, 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Put theory into action! In this session, participants will learn a variety of strategies to make connections with students and improve school climate. This journey will take participants through past and present discipline practices and the impact on school culture. Restorative practices and the intersection of CASEL’s social/emotional learning competencies will also be discussed. Finally, participants will explore how districts can set up systems of support to keep students in school and engaged with true stories of successful implementation practices. Learning Objectives:
  • Develop an understanding of the unintended consequences of punitive discipline
  • Explore the connections between Restorative Practices and Social Emotional Learning Competencies
  • Create an action plan to bring back home with practical implementation strategies to change school culture

Stephanie Jensen, MS, LPC: Lost Boys: Strategies to Help Educators Navigate the World of Boys for Academic Success! Part 2

Thursday, March 26th, 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Boys are held back in school twice as often as girls. Boys also get expelled from preschool nearly five times more often than girls, and they are diagnosed with learning disorders and attention problems at nearly four times the rate of girls. Boys are more likely to dropout of school, and make up only 43 percent of college students. Millions of boys are being lost along the path to academic success and career achievement in today’s knowledge economy. Teacher bias regarding behavior, rather than academic performance, penalizes boys as early as kindergarten.

On average, boys receive lower behavioral assessment scores, and those scores affect teachers’ overall perceptions of boys’ intelligence and achievement. Rather than penalize boys’ high energy – as traditional classroom methods often do – successful teachers are learning to take advantage of male liveliness, curiosity and thirst for competition. Unless educators stop to consider whether traditional methods are working for both genders, boys will continue to get the short end of the educational stick.

This session will helps educators understand the structural, chemical and processing differences between boys’ and girls’ brains. It helps educators support boys’ developmental needs, while teaching them social/emotional competencies. Attendees will discover innovative strategies, as well as group and individual interventions, to help boys achieve their highest academic potential.

Learning Objectives: 

In this session, you will learn how to:

  • Explain how boys’ brains work including the chemistry and structure.
  • Identify the differences in the ways girls and boys focus.
  • Recognize the role of hormones, specifically testosterone and dopamine
  • Demonstrate classroom strategies to support boys’ developmental needs
  • Contrast the difference between natural aggression and bullying.

Mike Paget, M.Ed.: Disruptive Behavior Disorders: Insights and Strategies That Will Improve Outcomes for Students with ODD, CD & IED

Thursday, March 26th, 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

You know those students who make your day super difficult? Those who exhibit an ongoing pattern of uncooperative or hostile actions – such as temper tantrums, fighting, cruelty and defiance? Typically educators slip into a pattern of coercion and punishment. Non-disruptive peers start to reject them – isolating them and driving them to associate with other disruptive students. This path can lead to academic difficulties, poor relationships, substance abuse, delinquency and crime. But, these students may actually have a Disruptive Behavior Disorder – Oppositional Defiant Disorder, Conduct Disorder and/or Intermittent Explosive Disorder.

In this session, author and behavioral consultant Mike Paget will share effective practices for working with students challenged by these disorders in the classroom. He will examine each of the disorders – ODD, CD and IED – and connect the dots between the three. What does the student challenged by ODD think and feel about authority figures? Mike will share practical accommodations that will reduce confrontation with these students. Attendees will learn why getting tough and zero tolerance do not work with students challenged by CD and IED. Discover how educators can avoid power struggles and not take the behavior personally.

Learning Objectives:

  • Know the risk factors for and symptoms of Oppositional Defiant Disorder, Conduct Disorder and Intermittent Explosive Disorder.
  • Discover classroom accommodations and strategies for dealing with Disruptive Behavior Disorders.
  • Gain strategies for de-escalating confrontational situations in your school or classroom.
  • Learn why it’s important to avoid lectures, interruption, yelling and arguing.Learn to use more successful approaches including brevity, listening, neutral tone of voice, honesty and humor.
  • Discover how to build self-management through strength coaching, generosity and re-framing

Tracie Berry-McGhee, M.Ed., LPC, NCC: Girl Drama: Best Practices to Help Educators Reduce Relational Aggression & Cyberbullying

Friday, March 27th, 8:00 am – 11:00 am

Girl friendships are intense and all-encompassing from early elementary years on; but cliques, power struggles and an intense desire to belong create a ripe field for relational aggression. Describing the emotional milieu girls face as they grow, bestselling author Lisa Damour, Ph.D. reminds us that a girl’s “key support system – her tribe – consists of peers who are also as reactive and erratic as they will ever be. (She) works hard every day to harness powerful and unpredictable emotions so that she can get on with doing everything else she means to do.”

Teachers, counselors and administrators can help guide girls to define what makes a healthy friendship. As a family therapist and Founder of the SistaKeeper organization, Tracie Berry-McGhee has focused much of her career on working with girls. In this session, she will discuss the impact of social aggression and the factors that motivate relational aggression. She will share tools to develop a trauma-free space to promote girl empowerment. The benefits of gender-specific programming that promotes strength and resiliency in girls will be explored. Discover tools for promoting pro-social behaviors like kindness, sharing and empathy in girls K-12, while improving their attitude toward school and reducing depression.

Learning Objectives:

  • Integrate the latest research-based insights into your bullying and relational aggression prevention program.
  • Identify online communication and social media trends affecting today’s girls.
  • Discover how to instill social/emotional connections among girls.
  • Implement individual, small-group and classroom strategies and activities.
  • Design or revise your own action plan for addressing female relational aggression

Robert Jackson: Salvaging Our Sons: Helping Educators Reach, Teach & Empower Young Men

Friday, March 27th, 8:00 am – 11:00 am

This workshop will address issues that all male students face, as well as issues related to adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) and/or trauma — including violence and divorce, incarceration or death of parents. How males process stressors influences their behavior, motivation and desire to learn. All students experience negative moments inside and outside of school, however boys process them differently. 

During this interactive session, administrators and educators will gain insight into how to help male students overcome life’s challenges with ready-to-use strategies.

Learning Objectives:

  • Identify key components for motivating males.
  • Discover proven strategies for engaging and motivating boys who have experienced trauma and/or adverse childhood experiences (ACEs)
  • Demonstrate key relationship, communication and community-based strategies to reach all male students
  • Recognize underlying causes of male student misbehavior and utilize the de-escalation tactics

Eric Clark, M.Ed.: Defiant, Manipulative & Attention-Seeking Students: How to Unlock Their Potential & Survive the Process

Friday, March 27th, 8:00 am – 11:00 am

Working with difficult, demanding, and disruptive students is not a new challenge for educators. However, there are current concerns being voiced regarding the changing nature and intensity of the behaviors of these students. Some educators are reporting increases in selfish, manipulative and hostile behaviors while others are noticing more students who are overly anxious and/or difficult to engage. Even well-seasoned, award-winning master educators can sometimes have their “feathers ruffled” by certain students in certain situations.

Responsibility-Centered Discipline is designed to assist all educators with identifying and addressing challenging student behaviors that affect the academic and behavioral progress of the students with whom they work. This power-packed seminar will provide you with up-to-date insights and strategies for reaching and helping those young people who seem to evoke the strongest feelings of frustration, hurt and sometimes discouragement in professional educators.

Learning Objectives:

  • Implement do’s and don’ts to address specific behaviors
  • Gain integral key strategies for migrating from an obedience-centered approach to a responsibility-centered approach
  • Develop innovative ways to support positive behavior
  • Apply strategies for preventing the escalation of difficult behavior
  • Identify the underlying causes of difficult behaviors in students

John Almarode, Ph.D.: How We Learn: Five Essential Practices for Successful Learning

Friday, March 27th, 8:00 am – 11:00 am

“I don’t know” and “I don’t remember” are phrases that haunt every classroom teacher and learner. How do we create experiences that lead to better learning for all students so that they will “know” and “remember”? Over the past fifteen years, the science of learning has provided many insights into how we think. Furthermore, these promising principles provide a starting point for inspired and passionate teachers to build the capacity in learners to see themselves as their own teachers. This workshop shows you how! The body of research on how we learn provides well established principles and practices that enhance the learning outcomes for each of our students. Moving beyond performance on a test, this workshop links these essential principles to the everyday instructional decisions you make in your classroom.

Practicing what we preach, you will take part in an edge-of-your-seat learning experience that translates these principles to practices across multiple content areas and grade-levels. You will leave with strategies that will make learning stronger for all of your students.

Learning Objectives/Success Criteria: Today we are learning about how our students engage in their learning and the implications this has on our teaching and learning. 

  • I can describe four principles of how we learn. 
  • I can give examples of practices that support greater learning outcomes. 
  • I can develop practices in my own classroom that maximize learning outcomes. 
  • I can describe ways to assess my impact on student learning.

Brad Chapin, MS, LCP, LMLP: Teaching Self-Regulation: Avoiding Classroom Chaos

Friday, March 27th, 8:00 am – 11:00 am

When a student can’t read, we teach him how. When a student struggles with algebra, we give her skills to help. When a student has trouble behaving, what do we do?

Self-Regulation skills can be taught. Not all students have the same ability to regulate emotions, behaviors and responses to difficulties. And those who have not mastered Self-Regulation can be very disruptive to instruction time. When educators include lessons on Self-Regulation as part of the curriculum, everyone can benefit from the training on how to recognize triggers and how to manage responses to them. Rather than trying to modify behavior and/or removing the stimuli that results in unacceptable behavior, Self-Regulation training gives students control over their responses.

During this insightful session Brad Chapin will share strategies that have helped students develop skills necessary for success in academic performance, relationships and overall wellness. Brad will demonstrate that personal responsibility for behaviors and self-discipline are stronger predictors of academic success than IQ.

Learning Objectives:

  • Master engaging approaches to use with individual students and the entire class that you can employ immediately.
  • Learn how to give students the tools to manage their behavior by recognizing triggers and controlling how they respond.
  • Explore the 3 skill-training areas.
  • Discover how to target the core and address a broad spectrum of behaviors and performance issues.
  • Understand how Self-Regulation skills affect social interactions, academic and athletic performance, aggressive behaviors, physical wellness and future happiness and success.
  • Learn how to incorporate Self-Regulation training into your classroom curriculum.

F.A.Q.

Find Answers to Our Most Frequently Asked Questions Below.

If You Have a Question that is not listed below, Please Email Us at pd@accutrain.com

or Give Us a Call at (800) 251-6805.

  • School Counselors (PK-12)
  • Principals
  • Classroom Teachers
  • Special Education Personnel
  • School Administrators
  • Deans
  • Psychologists
  • Social Workers
  • School Resource Officers
  • Behaviorists
  • Therapists
  • Community and Faith-Based Youth Workers
  • After-School Program Coordinators
  • Other Professionals Working with Young People

Yes! We offer discounted hotel room rates at each of our conference host hotels. Please see individual conference websites for more information.

Yes! By registering for an individual conference you are eligible to attend all other conferences that are a part of the Summit at that location (on a space available basis).

At this time, Developmental Resources is unable to offer student discounts or scholarships for this three-day event.

Please consider the following other avenues for possible funding:

·        Your Local PTA

·        Donors Choose http://www.donorschoose.org/ (This is a website through the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation for Education)

·        GoFundMe http://www.gofundme.com/ (This is a personalized crowdfunding site)

·        Title 1 funding in your area

  • Yes!

    Developmental Resources is an approved provider for Continuing Education by:

      • National Board of Certified Counselors (NBCC #5602) Developmental Resources is an NBCC-Approved Continuing Education Provider (ACEP™) and may offer NBCC-approved clock hours for events that meet NBCC requirements. The ACEP solely is responsible for all aspects of the program.
    • *NOTE: 22 contact hours includes attendance at both pre-conference workshops as well as the entire conference. Check with your representative board or organization concerning its policy with regard to Continuing Education.

We do not currently offer a one-day or two-day partial registration fee.

If a registrant cannot attend any part of the conference, substitutions may be made – via mail, fax or email – all requests for substitutions must be made 30 days prior to conference. Registrations cannot be shared. Cancellations received in writing 60 days prior to Conference will be refunded in full, less a $30 non-refundable processing fee. Refunds will be issued no later than 8 weeks after the conference in the same form that payment was received. After that time, no refunds will be granted, but substitutions are encouraged.

Should you have any concerns, call us at 1-800-251-6805. If you require special accommodations due to a disability, please fax us at 888-372-6061 or email us at pd@accutrain.com at least 1 month prior to the conference and note your request on your registration form.

 

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