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    • 04 Feb 2015
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
    • Online

    Using the Successive Approximation Model

    Ever feel that your early design relies more on content than the learner’s experience? Do you get to the material review to find your client, internal or external, wants big changes that are difficult to incorporate within the timeline? Do the good ideas come late in process and are then difficult to act on? Do your clients find something left out, want more interaction, or a more game-like experience?

    Find out why Allen Interactions uses SAM (Successive Approximation Model), an iterative, agile development process, to create meaningful, memorable, fun, learner-centric experiences and how it drives focus first and foremost on the client’s needed outcomes - not the form of delivery or technology.

    Fee(s)

    Free Event


    Allen Interaction Presenters


    Lisa Stortz
    Strategic Relationship Manager
    Lisa consults with clients to ensure that performance outcomes align with business objectives. She uses her more than 25 years of experience to continually add value to her relationships. Lisa was formerly a managing director at a top investment firm where she led marketing and was part of several strategic ventures. Prior to coming to Allen Interactions, Lisa led the business development for a leading advertising firm. Lisa is a lifelong learner and turning complex business challenges into meaningful and memorable experiences energizes her. Lisa is currently Strategic Relationship Manager at Allen Interactions, working with top companies to ensuring e-solutions are meeting their business needs.


    Ethan Edwards
    Chief Instructional Strategist and Principal Consultant
    Ethan draws from more than 25 years of industry experience as an e-learning instructional designer and developer. He is responsible for the delivery of the internal and external training and communications that reflect Allen Interactions’ unique perspective on designing and developing meaningful and memorable e-learning programs. Edwards is the primary instructor for ATD’s e-Learning Instructional Design Certificate Program. In addition, he is an internationally recognized speaker on instructional design and e-learning, and has written several white papers on creating effective e-learning. Ethan is a primary blogger for Allen Interactions' e-Learning Leadership Blog.


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    • 19 Feb 2015
    • 5:30 PM - 8:30 PM
    • DePaul University's O'Hare Campus, 8770 W. Bryn Mawr Ave., Chicago, IL 60631

    R.O.I. Icebreakers
    How to Maximize Value for the first 15 minutes of any Live Training

    Matt Elwell, CPLP has specialized in using improvisation and other interactive approaches to making live training more impactful for over 10 years.  Over the course of this interactive experience, Matt will share his perspective on what makes a great icebreaker, how to facilitate icebreakers with excellence, and how icebreakers translate into value for learners. 

    Watch Matt use his improv comedy skills to demonstrate asynchronous communication during an ATDChi event last year:


    Agenda (tentative)

    • 5:30 - 6:30 pm: Networking & Registration
    • 6:30 - 7:00 pm: Light Buffet
    • 7:00 - 8:30 pm: Workshop 

    Fee(s):


    On or before Feb. 5
    After Feb. 5
    ATDChi Member:
    $32
    $42
    Non-Member:
    $45
    $55
    Student:
    $25
    $30
    Cancellation Policy: All event registration fee refund requests must be submitted in writing to admin@ccastd.org prior to any event. Requests must be submitted at least three (3) business days prior to the event to receive a full refund. No refund will be provided for cancellations received within three (3) business days or for event attendee no-shows.



    • 26 Feb 2015
    • 8:00 AM
    • 27 Feb 2015
    • 4:00 PM
    • Caveo Learning, 1701 E. Woodfield Road, Suite 330, Schaumburg, IL
    Registration is closed

    Note: Due to an overwhelming response, we are no longer accepting registrations on this site. To volunteer for this program, please contact program director Luke Steinke directly at lsteinke@eiu.edu

    Eastern Illinois University is conducting a two-day workshop for talent development professionals. The purpose is to better understand the skills and competencies of talent development experts to create a new multi-disciplinary Training & Development graduate degree that will be offered through EIU. 

    ATDChi is dedicated to building and supporting the local talent development industry, and so we encourage members to assist EIU in helping to establish this curriculum.

    The two-day workshop will be using the DACUM analysis methodology, and ideal participants will have competence in talent development, be forward-thinking, be confident and capable of verbalizing skills of the occupation, free from bias, and willing to attend both days of the workshop. The preference would be to have expert representation from all areas of talent development, including instructional design, facilitation, e-learning, management, performance improvement, and organizational development.

    Through your participation, you will also have the opportunity to learn a system for connecting all phases of the curriculum development process. We will create a skills profile of the talent development, occupation as well as structured skills to determine the level of performance required to be successful in the field.

    • 18 Mar 2015
    • 8:00 AM
    • 19 Mar 2015
    • 4:00 PM
    • DePaul Naperville Campus: 150 West Warrenville Road, Naperville, IL 60563
    2-Day Thiagi Workshop:
    Really Rapid Instructional Design

    Fifteen years ago, Thiagi went cold turkey and quit using his grandparents’ ADDIE instructional-design model. He came up with an alternative continuous, concurrent, creative, co-design approach. His associates and hundreds of workshop participants have used this approach to design corporate training materials faster and cheaper and to produce more effective transfer to the workplace. In this walk-the-talk workshop, learn when, why, and how to apply principles from chaos, creativity, and improv to design learning packages for multicultural audiences and for the next generation.
    Goal

    Rapidly and inexpensively design and deliver performance-based training materials that effectively and consistently produce measurable business results.

    Objectives
    1. Integrate training activities with other performance-improvement interventions including communication, feedback, motivation, facilities and tools, and human resources.
    2. Align with business results. Identify the links from training content and activities to business results through appropriate knowledge, skills, attitudes, and employee performances.
    3. Implement eclectic design steps. Identify, integrate, and apply best practices from ADDIE, agile, creative problem solving, design thinking, and improv methodologies for the design of faster, cheaper, and better training.
    4. Create content. Adopt and adapt different types of existing content resources.
    5. Design training activities. Implement validated templates for incorporating training content inside suitable interactive techniques.
    6. Blend everything. Combine training content and activities and different media, methods, and styles.
    7. Modify the role of the participants. Transform them into trainers, coaches, evaluators, instructional designers, and subject-matter experts to enhance mutual learning.
    8. Modify the role of the trainers. Transform them into facilitators and co-designers.
    9. Evaluate and improve. Rapidly evaluate and improve training materials by collecting, analyzing, and using participant feedback and expert analysis.

    CONTENT OUTLINE

    Content Outline
    • The training package. Incorporating training in the larger performance system. Training products and activities. Other components. Aligning all components. Constructing a value chain: Business results, training goals, assessment tools, content, and activities.
    • Procedural steps. Analyzing the performance system. Identifying metrics. Constructing assessment tools. Selecting media and methods. Sequencing the flow. Designing content and activities. Evaluating and improving materials and methods. Developing the final package. Delivering training.
    • Scheduling the project. Agile design principles. Best practices from other disciplines. Iterative looping. Combining, omitting, and rearranging the steps. Changing project start and finish lines.
    • Creating content. Retrieving and using existing content resources. Sources of archived content: media, channel, and sensory modes. Live content: Subject-Matter experts, informants, coaches, and cohorts. Avoiding the content trap. Adopting and adapting existing content.
    • Activities. Basic principles of activities-based learning. Wrapping activities around content resources. Twenty training activity techniques. Using activity templates.
    • Combining training components. Blending activities with content. Analog and digital. Rational and experiential. Audio and visual. Individual and collaborative. Rigid and flexible. Reality and fantasy. Abstract and specific. Practical and theoretical. Learning and performance.
    • Changing the role of the participants. Participants as trainers, coaches, instructional designers, evaluators, and subject-matter experts. Encouraging the participants to create content, activities, test items, and job aids. Incorporating participant-created content in the training package.
    • Changing the role of the trainers. Transforming trainers into facilitators. Train-the-trainer traps. The danger of focusing on presentation skills, content expertise, and consistency. Inviting trainers to play the role of co-designers.
    • Evaluation and improvement. Permeating evaluation through all design steps. Six types of evaluation. Expert opinion and participant data. Using evaluation to guide continuous improvement. Updating and upgrading the training package.

    FEES and OTHER INFORMATION

     Registration Type Price      
    ATDChi Members
    $299 PER DAY
    Non-Members
    $499 PER DAY
    • Lunch Included both days
    Cancellation Policy: All event registration fee refund requests must be submitted in writing to admin@ccastd.org prior to any event. Requests must be submitted at least three (3) business days prior to the event to receive a full refund. No refund will be provided for cancellations received within three (3) business days or for event attendee no-shows.

    ABOUT THE SPEAKER

    Sivasailam Thiagarajan (“Thiagi”) is the Founder and CEO of the Thiagi Group, Inc., a consulting company that specializes in corporate training and performance improvement strategies. He is also a professional business speaker, facilitator, and author.

    Recognized around the world as a leading authority on interactive training and experiential learning, Thiagi is the author of five books and designed 52 training games and simulations. He acted as the President of the North American Simulation and Gaming Association (NASAGA) and was elected as the President of the International Society for Performance Improvement (ISPI) for two different terms, 25 years apart (in 1979 and 2004). Thiagi has received 12 Awards from this international organization, including its most prestigious Honorary Life Member Award.


    • 19 Mar 2015
    • 5:30 PM - 8:30 PM
    • Hyatt Lisle, 1400 Corporetum Dr Lisle, Illinois, USA, 60532

    Thiagi Networking Dinner

    Join us for a networking dinner with keynote speaker Thiagi following the 2-day Rapid Instructional Design Workshop.  Everyone is invited!

    Agenda (tentative)

    • 5:30 - 6:30 pm: Networking
    • 6:30 - 7:30 pm: Plated Dinner 
    • 7:30 - 8:30 pm: Presentation


    Fee(s):


    On or before Mar. 5
    After Mar. 5
    ATDChi Member:
    $42
    $52
    Non-Member:
    $55
    $65
    Student:
    $35
    $40
    Cancellation Policy: All event registration fee refund requests must be submitted in writing to admin@ccastd.org prior to any event. Requests must be submitted at least three (3) business days prior to the event to receive a full refund. No refund will be provided for cancellations received within three (3) business days or for event attendee no-shows.



    • 26 Mar 2015
    • 5:30 PM - 8:30 PM
    • Roosevelt University - ROOM 418 - 425 S. Wabash Chicago, IL 60605

    Flipping Training with Technology PDN presents...

    Onboarding: A Flight Plan for Taking Your Workforce to New Heights

    Dr. Gia Suggs, author of "Onboarding: A Flightplan for Taking Your Workforce to New Heights," will be the guest speaker at this edition of the Flipping Training with Technology Professional Development Network.

    This PDN is focused on using technology in simple yet creative ways to improve learning retention for adult learning in the workplace. Each session features an expert in using technology in workplace training or flipped training for workplace. Meetings are held at Roosevelt University's Chicago Campus.

     

     

    Moderator

    Andrew Frank

    Guest Speaker

    Dr. Gia Suggs

    Fee

    FREE Event. Advance registration is required.

    Agenda

    5:30 – 6:30 Register and Networking
    6:30 – 8:00 Collaborative Learning Session
    8:00 – 8:30 Closing and Evaluation


    Other Info

    Light refreshments will be served.

    Save the Dates for our upcoming PDN events:
    • Thursday May, 7, 2015
    • 11 Apr 2015
    • 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
    • DePaul University's O'Hare Campus, 8770 W. Bryn Mawr Ave., Chicago, IL 60631

    WLPI Spring 2015 

    Acquire training & development competencies with ATDChi's state-of-the-art certificate program.

    Click here for more info!

    Session 1: Training and Development Profession
    Learning Objectives

    • Explain the WLPI program goals, the project and the mentoring process used throughout the program resulting in a clear understanding of the program purpose and process.
    • Describe all elements of the 2013 Competency Model.
    • Explain nine trends shaping the Training and Development profession and the impact those trends have on career development.
    • Recognize the most common adult learning principles, resulting in a greater understanding around the importance of knowing the audience and their specific learning needs and styles.
    • Interpret your individual Kolb Learning Style Inventory in order to apply these concepts and information when designing and delivering training.
    • Identify the role of the Training and Development professional and broader roles within WLP including performance consulting.
    • Complete a personal assessment of the WLP areas of interest and experience that result in a general direction of your career path and professional development.
    Session Outline


    Fee(s):

    Registration Type Price
    ATDChi Member:
    $250
    Non-Member:
    $275

    Other Information:


    2015 WLPI is sponsored by DePaul University School for New Learning

    The WLPI certificate may be applied toward graduate & undergraduate degrees at DePaul School for New Learning

    HRCI recognizes each module of the WLPI as continuing education credit for PHR/SPHR. Each module counts as 6 hours of non-strategic credit.

    Substitutions and Cancellations
    If a student is unable to attend an individual module or the entire session, they may substitute another participant in their place, at no penalty.
    Cancellations must be received at least 14 days before the before the session to avoid a $75 cancellation fee. No credit or refunds will be given after the start of the Institute.
    If a cancellation is requested once the full session has already started, the participant may attend another full session at a later date.



    • 11 Apr 2015
    • 9:00 AM
    • 30 May 2015
    • 4:00 PM
    • DePaul University's O'Hare Campus, 8770 W. Bryn Mawr Ave., Chicago, IL 60631

    WLPI Spring 2015 

    Acquire training & development competencies with ATDChi's state-of-the-art certificate program.
    Click here for more info!

    Are You?

    • Looking for formal instruction in the training or instructional design field?
    • A trainer or designer thinking about best practices, the correct approach to needs analysis, or effective evaluation methods?
    • New to the field and seeking knowledge about standard models and techniques used to develop worthwhile training?
    • Looking to develop a network of peers in the field?

    If so, the Workplace Learning & Performance Institute
    is for you! 

    What will you learn?

    • Current learning and performance techniques, models, and methods
    • Appropriate uses for e-learning
    • Needs analysis techniques for diagnosing organizational problems
    • Diagnostic tools to determine best approach for training
    • Levels of measurement and evaluation
    • Delivery/facilitation techniques
    • Methods for developing training materials

    Agenda:


    Session

    Saturdays

    Topic

    1

    April 11, 2015

    Training & Development Profession

    2

    April 18, 2015

    Human Performance Improvement (HPI)

    3

    April 25, 2015

    Instructional Design

    4

    May 2, 2015

    Blended Learning Materials Development

    5

    May 9, 2015

    Training Delivery

    6

    May 16, 2015

    Evaluating Learning Impact

    7

    May 30, 2015

    Final Project Presentations

    There is a two week break between sessions 6 and 7
    Click dates above to register for individual sessions if desired.

    WLPI Session Objectives

    Outlines for Each WLPI Session 

    Fee(s):

    Registration Type Price
    ATDChi Member:
    $1,000
    Non-Member:
    $1,250 (includes 1yr ATDChi membership)

    Other Information:


    2015 WLPI is sponsored by DePaul University School for New Learning

    The WLPI certificate may be applied toward graduate & undergraduate degrees at DePaul School for New Learning

    Roosevelt University accepts completion of the WLPI in their Master's program for the Introduction to Training course.
    HRCI recognizes each module of the WLPI as continuing education credit for PHR/SPHR. Each module counts as 6 hours of non-strategic credit.

    Substitutions and Cancellations
    If a student is unable to attend an individual module or the entire session, they may substitute another participant in their place, at no penalty.
    Cancellations must be received at least 14 days before the before the session to avoid a $75 cancellation fee. No credit or refunds will be given after the start of the Institute.
    If a cancellation is requested once the full session has already started, the participant may attend another full session at a later date.



    cquire training & development competencies with ATDChi's state-of-the-art certificate program.

    Are You?

    • Looking for formal instruction in the training or instructional design field?
    • A trainer or designer thinking about best practices, the correct approach to needs analysis, or effective evaluation methods?
    • New to the field and seeking knowledge about standard models and techniques used to develop worthwhile training?
    • Looking to develop a network of peers in the field?

    If so, the Workplace Learning & Performance Institute is for you.

    cquire training & development competencies with ATDChi's state-of-the-art certificate program.

    Are You?

    • Looking for formal instruction in the training or instructional design field?
    • A trainer or designer thinking about best practices, the correct approach to needs analysis, or effective evaluation methods?
    • New to the field and seeking knowledge about standard models and techniques used to develop worthwhile training?
    • Looking to develop a network of peers in the field?

    If so, the Workplace Learning & Performance Institute is for you.

    Acquire training & development competencies with ATDChi's state-of-the-art certificate program.

    Are You?

    • Looking for formal instruction in the training or instructional design field?
    • A trainer or designer thinking about best practices, the correct approach to needs analysis, or effective evaluation methods?
    • New to the field and seeking knowledge about standard models and techniques used to develop worthwhile training?
    • Looking to develop a network of peers in the field?
    Acquire training & development competencies with ATDChi's state-of-the-art certificate program.

    Are You?

    • Looking for formal instruction in the training or instructional design field?
    • A trainer or designer thinking about best practices, the correct approach to needs analysis, or effective evaluation methods?
    • New to the field and seeking knowledge about standard models and techniques used to develop worthwhile training?
    • Looking to develop a network of peers in the field?
    Click here for a list of objectives for each WLPI Session.

    Click here for an outline of each WLPI Session.
    Click here for a list of objectives for each WLPI Session.

    Click here for an outline of each WLPI Session.
    Click here for more info!
    • 18 Apr 2015
    • 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
    • DePaul University's O'Hare Campus, 8770 W. Bryn Mawr Ave., Chicago, IL 60631

    WLPI Spring 2015 

    Acquire training & development competencies with ATDChi's state-of-the-art certificate program.

    Click here for more info!

    Session 2: Human Performance Improvement
    Learning Objectives

    • Define performance and performance improvement.
    • Identify the differences between a trainer and an HPI consultant.
    • Identify the major steps involved in the Performance Improvement Process.
    • Define analysis and explain why analysis is critical to the HPI process.
    • Identify three different types of interventions and when each would be appropriate.
    • Apply the principles presented throughout the module to real-life business situations.
    Session Outline


    Fee(s):

    Registration Type Price
    ATDChi Member:
    $250
    Non-Member:
    $275

    Other Information:


    2015 WLPI is sponsored by DePaul University School for New Learning

    The WLPI certificate may be applied toward graduate & undergraduate degrees at DePaul School for New Learning

    HRCI recognizes each module of the WLPI as continuing education credit for PHR/SPHR. Each module counts as 6 hours of non-strategic credit.

    Substitutions and Cancellations
    If a student is unable to attend an individual module or the entire session, they may substitute another participant in their place, at no penalty.
    Cancellations must be received at least 14 days before the before the session to avoid a $75 cancellation fee. No credit or refunds will be given after the start of the Institute.
    If a cancellation is requested once the full session has already started, the participant may attend another full session at a later date.



    • 25 Apr 2015
    • 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
    • DePaul University's O'Hare Campus, 8770 W. Bryn Mawr Ave., Chicago, IL 60631

    WLPI Spring 2015 

    Acquire training & development competencies with ATDChi's state-of-the-art certificate program.

    Click here for more info!

    Session 3: Instructional Design
    Learning Objectives

    • Identify the correct phase of the ADDIE model with 80% accuracy, given a brief description of a phase or activity of ADDIE.
    • List 5 major adult learning principles with 80% accuracy.
    • Identify the criteria, condition, behavior, and action-verb, given a series of objectives or components of an objective.
    • Develop an objective containing a condition, behavior and criteria, given a basic task.
    • Identify the strategy that optimizes the objective, given an objective and a choice of instructional strategies.
    • Identify the appropriate level of evaluation to achieve the desired result, given a business need and overall learning objective (mini-scenario).
    • As part of a small group, identify a topic and develop a conceptual design outlining at least one objective and at least one instructional strategy to be used that addresses at least one adult learning principle (using the template provided); small groups will present their mini-module.

    Session Outline


    Fee(s):

    Registration Type Price
    ATDChi Member:
    $250
    Non-Member:
    $275

    Other Information:


    2015 WLPI is sponsored by DePaul University School for New Learning

    The WLPI certificate may be applied toward graduate & undergraduate degrees at DePaul School for New Learning

    HRCI recognizes each module of the WLPI as continuing education credit for PHR/SPHR. Each module counts as 6 hours of non-strategic credit.

    Substitutions and Cancellations
    If a student is unable to attend an individual module or the entire session, they may substitute another participant in their place, at no penalty.
    Cancellations must be received at least 14 days before the before the session to avoid a $75 cancellation fee. No credit or refunds will be given after the start of the Institute.
    If a cancellation is requested once the full session has already started, the participant may attend another full session at a later date.



    • 02 May 2015
    • 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
    • DePaul University's O'Hare Campus, 8770 W. Bryn Mawr Ave., Chicago, IL 60631

    WLPI Spring 2015 

    Acquire training & development competencies with ATDChi's state-of-the-art certificate program.

    Click here for more info!

    Session 4: Blended Learning and Materials Development
    Learning Objectives

    • Define the following learning methods: e-learning, learning technologies, blended learning and experiential learning.
    • Define the five basic learning styles.
    • Create a blended learning experience.
    • Understand the important differences between developing an instructor-led classroom based training vs. an e-learning training.

    Session Outline


    Fee(s):

    Registration Type Price
    ATDChi Member:
    $250
    Non-Member:
    $275

    Other Information:


    2015 WLPI is sponsored by DePaul University School for New Learning

    The WLPI certificate may be applied toward graduate & undergraduate degrees at DePaul School for New Learning

    HRCI recognizes each module of the WLPI as continuing education credit for PHR/SPHR. Each module counts as 6 hours of non-strategic credit.

    Substitutions and Cancellations
    If a student is unable to attend an individual module or the entire session, they may substitute another participant in their place, at no penalty.
    Cancellations must be received at least 14 days before the before the session to avoid a $75 cancellation fee. No credit or refunds will be given after the start of the Institute.
    If a cancellation is requested once the full session has already started, the participant may attend another full session at a later date.



    • 09 May 2015
    • 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
    • DePaul University's O'Hare Campus, 8770 W. Bryn Mawr Ave., Chicago, IL 60631

    WLPI Spring 2015 

    Acquire training & development competencies with ATDChi's state-of-the-art certificate program.

    Click here for more info!

    Session 5: Training Delivery
    Learning Objectives

    • Describe success factors for delivery methods available to the trainer
    • Identify three factors which contribute to setting an effective tone and environment for learning
    • Demonstrate effective body language for presenting information
    • Identify four principles of facilitation
    • Explain three facilitation skills required to maintain an effective learning climate
    • Give examples of four ways a facilitator listens and adapts to group dynamics to maintain a positive learning environment
    • Demonstrate an effective correct technique for handling difficult participant behaviors by responding in role-play
    • Select among and prioritize a variety of techniques to encourage participation in the classroom and via distance learning

    Session Outline


    Fee(s):

    Registration Type Price
    ATDChi Member:
    $250
    Non-Member:
    $275

    Other Information:


    2015 WLPI is sponsored by DePaul University School for New Learning

    The WLPI certificate may be applied toward graduate & undergraduate degrees at DePaul School for New Learning

    HRCI recognizes each module of the WLPI as continuing education credit for PHR/SPHR. Each module counts as 6 hours of non-strategic credit.

    Substitutions and Cancellations
    If a student is unable to attend an individual module or the entire session, they may substitute another participant in their place, at no penalty.
    Cancellations must be received at least 14 days before the before the session to avoid a $75 cancellation fee. No credit or refunds will be given after the start of the Institute.
    If a cancellation is requested once the full session has already started, the participant may attend another full session at a later date.



    • 16 May 2015
    • 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
    • DePaul University's O'Hare Campus, 8770 W. Bryn Mawr Ave., Chicago, IL 60631

    WLPI Spring 2015 

    Acquire training & development competencies with ATDChi's state-of-the-art certificate program.

    Click here for more info!

    Session 6: Evaluating Learning Impact
    Learning Objectives

    • Choose from the principal theories and types of measurement and evaluation for your projects.
    • Use basic statistical theory and methods to conduct measurements, or to understand evaluations others do for you.
    • Apply key research design methods in your work.
    • Become competent in a number of analysis methods.
    • Interpret and report the data from your measurement or evaluation to key stakeholders

    Session Outline


    Fee(s):

    Registration Type Price
    ATDChi Member:
    $250
    Non-Member:
    $275

    Other Information:


    2015 WLPI is sponsored by DePaul University School for New Learning

    The WLPI certificate may be applied toward graduate & undergraduate degrees at DePaul School for New Learning

    HRCI recognizes each module of the WLPI as continuing education credit for PHR/SPHR. Each module counts as 6 hours of non-strategic credit.

    Substitutions and Cancellations
    If a student is unable to attend an individual module or the entire session, they may substitute another participant in their place, at no penalty.
    Cancellations must be received at least 14 days before the before the session to avoid a $75 cancellation fee. No credit or refunds will be given after the start of the Institute.
    If a cancellation is requested once the full session has already started, the participant may attend another full session at a later date.



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