Training Workshop Information

Thanks for being a part of a training workshop at the conference. Download the training workshop handbook for more information.

Manage My Involvement

Training Workshop Organizer & Speaker Handbook (pdf)

Speaker Registration Policy

Deadlines
December 19, 2013 Deadline: (optional) Organizers invite speakers online.
Submit requests for guest registration.
January 9, 2014 Deadline: Speakers confirm their participation.
March 2, 2014 Speaker conference registration deadline.
March 18, 2014 Deadline: Schedule onsite software installation and submit handouts to speakerinfo@planning.org.
March 27, 2014 Hotel reservation deadline.
Organizer completes the audiovisual form.
Speakers fill out permissions and biographical data form.
March 28–April 22, 2014 Preload PowerPoint presentations.
April 26-30, 2014 APA National Planning Conference in Atlanta.

Speaker Registration Policy

Conference Registration Deadline: February 27, 2014

Training Workshop Speaker Registration


Refer to your Letter of Agreement for your registration type and instructions. 

When registration opens in December, you must go online, www.planning.org/conference  to register and the system will recognize your rate. 

Copyright Compliance

All presenters are responsible for abiding by copyright laws.

  • You need permission to use others' work and you must credit them. This includes photographs; diagrams; excerpted pages from codes or zoning regulations; any image found online; pictures; scanned copies or screen captures of printed materials; and any other image or document that has been created by someone other than you. This also pertains to conference handouts. Do not distribute written materials for which you have not obtained permission.
  • If you find an image or document that you would like to use, contact the creator or author! Because you are using the material for educational purposes, most people and organizations will not charge you for use of their intellectual property.
  • If you have been granted permission to use another's work, credit the author or creator using a text box in your presentation or on the handout. Include the author/creator's name and organization and be sure to note that the material is "used with permission."
  • If you are in doubt about whether your use of an image or document violates copyright law, DO NOT USE IT.
  • For more information about copyright laws, please visit www.copyright.gov. The "Copyright Basics" circular at www.copyright.gov/circs/circ1.pdf provides a useful summary of copyright laws.