Agencies hosting a
seminar are responsible for:
Advertising the seminar to area agencies
Providing a suitable training location
Providing classroom technical support
Providing a liaison officer
Seminars are offered by charging a modest registration fee to cover instructor fees, duplication
costs, travel, lodging and subsistence expenses (less than $100 per officer if at least 30 officers attending)
unless the hosting agency has training funds available from another source.
A hosting agency will be required to advertise and promote the
seminar to other agencies in the area (or provide us with a list), provide a suitable training location, and assign
a liaison officer to work with the us throughout the process.
Our personnel and seminar attendees appreciate it tremendously when
our hosts make arrangements for light refreshments (coffee, water, snacks) to be available throughout the
Provide agencies with pdfs of a professionally-designed advertising flyer to print out or email to
promote the seminar.
Manage registration and supply weekly updates on number of registrants
Provide all handout materials and the instructional team
Provide a post-seminar summary of the course evaluations.
Provide certificates of completion for attendees (if seminar is not held in conjunction with an
educational entity such as a training academy or local college.)
Hosting agencies may charge a fee to subsidize agency expenses for refreshments etc. but this is at
the discretion of the hosting agency.
Registration due dates will be 10-days prior to the presentation. Handout duplication and ordering
of materials mandates a 10-day preparation period.
Late registrations and walk-ins may be accommodated if seating is available. However, late-comers
may only receive the Note-Taking Outline as handout material.