What Are The Benefits of a Conference Format?

With many different avenues to obtain Continuing Education Units (CEUs) in this day and age, what makes a conference a preferred format? You have lots of formats to choose from when taking continuing education: conference, live classes, online classes, and webinars. What best fits your schedule and your pocket?

Some of us use business as a chance in our busy lives to actually plan a vacation. While a conference setting requires attendance, most of the time the atmosphere is quite pleasant and relaxed. This is a perfect opportunity to go on that much needed vacation with hotel rates usually discounted and affordable. Here are just a few more benefits of attending a conference setting:

  • Learn from prominent speakers during information-packed sessions
  • Network with colleagues who share the same challenges as you
  • Gain CEUs and professional development simultaneously
  • Affordability: conferences often include breakfast and lunch
  • Learn what other industry professionals are doing
  • Plan a vacation
  • Learn about the newest and most innovative products and services available

Conference Highlight: Dementia Care Intensive 2008

March 14, 2008

Join us in sunny northern San Diego County, California at the Pala Resort and Casino for a one-day conference intensive dedicated entirely to addressing dementia care issues for assisted living and residential care providers. Our diverse lineup of expert speakers will cover topics ranging form staffing to behavior management to the latest research in Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias. Click on the following link to learn more: Dementia Care Intensive 2008

Earn 8 CEUs (RCFE, ARF, RN, LVN, NHA, CAN, LCSW, and MFCC)

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