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Interactive presentations (webinars) viewed on the Internet while simultaneously listening in on a conference phone call or your computer's VoIP.
Let’s Talk, COVID-19 virtual round table was held March 17. Our members engaged in a conversation about how their events are dealing with the COVID-19 restrictions. IAFE members can locate a recording of this session by clicking on the link above "Past CyberSeminar Links (Members Only)
The IAFE Staff is in conversations with IAFE Committee chairs and others to organize a series of small group “Let’s Talk” virtual round tables with specific focus on a COVID-19 related topic (i.e. marketing, agriculture, vendors, etc.). We’ll be reaching out via e-mail in the next several days with scheduled calls by Committee, with recordings available for all members shortly thereafter whenever possible. In the meantime, please start a conversation or join one in progress on the Igniter Forum.
March 31, 2020 2:00 Central
POSTPONED - DATE TO BE ANNOUNCED Many of you are busy dealing with COVID-19 issues and entering IAFE Contests is not top of mind. We will offer this CyberSeminar at a later date. The IAFE co…
April 8, 2020 2:00 Central
Don’t wait for tragedy to strike! Do you have your Emergency Plan up to date? Does it include a pandemic event? The CyberSeminar will review: The importance of an Emergency Action Plan…
April 29, 2020 2:00 Central
The IAFE has teamed with NOAA to present a basic weather safety CbyberSeminar. This course will review how to keep your patrons safe in the event of bad weather. How to be prepared and build a…
May 27, 2020 2:00 Central
What does it take to develop a successful business plan? This CyberSeminar, presented by the International Association of Fairs and Expositions (IAFE), will provide tools that will aid in deve…
June 10, 2020 2:00 Central
With diseases like High Path Avian Influenza (HPAI), Swine Flu, and others that may pose a risk to animal and human populations during fairs, the need to be better prepared to handle these sit…
September 16, 2020 2:00 Central
Don’t wait for tragedy to strike! Take steps today to reduce the chances of a catastrophic active shooter event at your fair. No one can predict when and where another shooting will happ…
October 21, 2020 2:00 Central
Explore the process and learn techniques to effectively manage public and media relations. This instructor-led course provides an introduction to the processes of: creating public relations pl…
Registration is by site, so members are encouraged to gather additional staff, volunteers, or board members around the computer and phone to join in for this learning experience. Each CyberSeminar lasts approximately 60 minutes. We urge you to log on at least five minutes to the start time in order to insure you can access the website and view the presentation screen.
Registration involves logging onto the IAFE secure site for payment of fees by credit card. To register for a CyberSeminar as an IAFE member, you MUST be logged into the IAFE site. Your username is your e-mail address we have on file; if you have forgotten your password, you can select "Forgot your Password?" under the password input area on the login page.
You will be sent a confirming e-mail message, followed by a notification asking you to complete a secondary registration to receive meeting details. It is critical that this step be completed. You will receive a final confirmation e-mail which contains the log-on information, dial-in phone number (toll charges apply) and pass codes to use.
Technology makes it convenient for members to log-on to the Internet and dial in to a conference call from the convenience of their office or home. A high-speed Internet connection is recommended to view the seminars. Using the final confirmation e-mail which contains the log-on information, dial-in to the phone number (toll charges apply) and enter pass codes.
Please contact Lori Hart if you have an idea for a CyberSeminar topic.
Check back often to find the updated CyberSeminar schedule. All members will be notified by the Network Newsletter (e-mail) when CyberSeminars are scheduled.