Risk Management and Liability
July 23, 2020 | Virtual Conference
(Please note: times listed in MDT)
9:30 AM – 10:30 AM – Why Is My Risk Manager Acting This Way?
10:30 AM – 10:40 AM – Break
10:40 AM – 11:40 AM – Dreaming Big: A Simulation of Summer Programs in 2021
11:40 AM – 11:45 AM – Break
11:45 AM – 12:30 PM – Ignite Session: Peer discussion on topics
*This event will qualify for 2.0 hours of CMP credit and 2 hours of CCEP credit.
| || Introductory Pricing|
|ACCED-I Member || || $65|
|Nonmember|| || $110|
Why Is My Risk Manager Acting This Way?
Presented by: Lou Drapeau, MBA,ARM, Resource Manager and Gary W. Langsdale, ARM,DRM Education Manager, University Risk Management & Insurance Association
Much has changed in the world of risk management and events, and it is all continuing to evolve every day. Join two university risk management veterans to hear about the latest trends and challenges in higher education risk management and insurance, and how that will impact conference and event directors.
- Learn what issues are facing your school’s risk managers in today’s environment
- Discover how the changing risk management and insurance landscape could – directly and indirectly - impact event planning
- Determine how conference and event staff can work with their risk management office to operate as nearly normal as is possible in these strange days.
Dreaming Big: A Simulation of Summer Programs in 2021
Presented by: Stephanie Green-Newton, Assistant Manager, and Tara Carty, Assistant Director, Conference and Event Services, Duke University
Create a generated scenario of summer 2021 and the status of summer programs. The societal effects of COVID will still be prevalent in the summer of 2021. Since summer planning begins a year in advance, how will these changes impact our planning and communications timeline with summer programs and what solutions can we plan to implement for our offices. We can also use our peer resources to reveal potential issues and discuss possible solutions.
- Understand the needs of an adjusted timeline for pre-summer planning and provide /create an example of this timeline
- Discuss probable changes in program structure and design
- Begin to talk and think through possible solutions
ACCED-I Financial Policy/Cancellation/Refund Policy: ACCED-I accepts all major credit cards. You are considered registered for this event if you register and either pay or request to be billed for your registration. Notification of cancellations received by ACCED-I by Wednesday, July 15, 2020 will be refunded, less a $25 administrative fee. Replacements are welcome. No-shows are responsible for payment in full. No refunds will be made after July 15, 2020. Should registration fees not be paid by the dates listed, you are still responsible for all cancellation related fees. If registration is made after July 15, 2020, the above policy still applies.
ACCED-I Federal ID Number 84-1023816
ACCED-I has been approved by the Events Industry Council (EIC) as a Preferred Provider of the below-listed continuing education courses, which qualify for CMP continuing education credit. Determination of continuing education credit eligibility or Preferred Provider status does not imply EIC’s endorsement or assessment of education quality. For more information about the CMP credential or CMP Preferred Provider Program, please visit www.EventsCouncil.org.
The Association of Collegiate Conference and Events Directors-International, striving to "Achieve Professional Growth and Distinction," has established the ACCED-I Collegiate Conference and Events Professional Certification Program (CCEP). The goal of the CCEP is to provide professionals who work in collegiate conference and event management with a certification program that encourages expanded knowledge through individual inquiry, participation in the profession and the Association. For more information about the CCEP, please visit the webpage here.