Annual CPE Conference
One of our biggest events is our annual CPE conference held in October every year. For a low price, you will receive 16 hours of CPE while hearing from engaging speakers on a variety of topics as well as satisfy ethics requirement! This event is one of our most well attended events year after year and continually growing. We hope to see you! The event is scheduled for October 28-29 and the format has now changed to virtual to due recent COVID - 19 updates in our area. Due to savings associated with venue costs, the price has been lowered to $100! More details regarding conference will be given to those whom register closer to the date of conference, including link.
UPDATE AS OF 10/6/2020
You will need to register for the conference directly through the website in advance of the conference so that we can forward our Zoom link directly to you. When registering for the event through the website, you will have the option to pay in advance through PayPal or through mail via check. Due to the transition of the conference to a virtual format, we’ve decided to reduce the price of the conference to a flat rate of $100 for both days. Since we have recognized savings from the transition to virtual format, we are able to pass the savings on to our members.
As we finalize our speaker line-up, we will continue to post updates to our website as they become available.
Please let us know if you have any other questions or comments related to our upcoming conference.
Day 1: Join zoom conference
Day 2: Join zoom conference
CPE Conference Schedule
Lunch and learns
Hoping to receive CPE credit but can't spend two days at a conference? Throughout the year, we host hour long lunch and learns to give our members plenty of chances for CPE as well as time to network. These events are held throughout the Valley.
COVID - 19 UPDATE: Due to recent restrictions, we do not feel as we can offer the same great feel and environment that we normally do with our lunch and learns. As a result, we are sorry to say we have chosen to put a temporary hold on these events.