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2018 NCRPA Conference
Winston-Salem, NC | October 24th-26th

Submission Deadline Extended until Wednesday 4/18 at noon

Note: Sessions submitted after 4/18 will be placed on a wait list for consideration.
Receipt of proposals will be confirmed by April 18th, 2018. The speaker or session submitter will be contacted regarding acceptance or denial of the session by May 25, 2018


Important Information:

  • NCRPA asks if you are submitting a proposal with others or recommending a speaker, before submitting a proposal please obtain the person's agreement. A copy of each presenter’s resume/vita is required for CEU approval. Proposals will not be considered without all résumés/vitas.
  • All sessions will be 1 hour and 15 mins. Special requests for longer sessions will be considered. 
  • The description of your session will appear exactly as written in the conference program.
  • Please complete all information related to equipment needs, room set-up and contact information to ensure proper set-up during conference time.  Classroom/theatre setup is preferred.  Other requests will be considered.
  • A red asterisk denotes a required field.
  • Preferred day and time requested is not guaranteed
  • If the speaker requires compensation of any sort, that should be listed in the special considerations field below.

Brief Program Description: (In 45 words or less, briefly describe this session.  This is your chance to talk the members into attending your program.  Please spend time on this and write it exactly as you would like it to appear in the marketing material.)

Writing Learning Outcomes/Objectives:  PLEASE READ CAREFULLY

You must write three outcomes/objectives.  Please use the following words to identify what is expected of each learner.  Participants will: Define, Repeat, Record, Name, Outline, Recall, Summarize, Describe, Explain, Express, Identify, List, Recognize, Restate, Discuss, Give Examples

Outcome/Objective words to AVOID:  Know, Grasp, Understand, Improve, Appreciate, Learn, Enhance 

Writing the learner assessment:  This must be tied directly back to the learning outcomes/objectives.  Examples of assessment methods for the knowledge and comprehension levels of learning levels include questions, review, discussion, test, reports, written exercises, demonstration, case study, solve problems, evaluate.

Learner Assessment
(Provide a clear statement of how the participants will demonstrate their attainment of the learning outcomes/objectives.  How will you measure this i.e., test, case study, discuss, group project, etc.)Before the end of the session, participants will:

Resumes of all speakers listed above illustrating knowledge on the proposed topic.
Program Outline