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New: Submit A Proposal to Present a Future Webinar

Submit a proposal to present a 60 minute Webinar (or online PowerPoint presentation). Topics should be relevant and timely for our industry and the educational needs of IAAPA's constituents. Simply complete and return the Webinar Form (also available in PDF format here). Proposal forms must be submitted in English or Spanish. Contact Brian Kirkland for details or if you have any questions.

 

Upcoming Webinars

Webinars are open exclusively to current IAAPA members. 
These sessions are offered for free as a benefit of your membership. IAAPA WEBINAR DISCLAIMER

LED Show/Stage/Decorative Lighting - An Instant Cost Saver 
April 22, 2014; 10 am EDT (16:00 CET)
More and more attractions are finding that environmentally sustainable approaches to energy consumption can be both cost effective and customer-friendly This is especially true when it allows you to save significant amounts of money throughout your daily operations while enhancing sustainability. Nico Roessler, and Flemming Andersen will present two case studies on the successful transition at Bavaria Filmstadt and Tivoli Gardens to new LED lighting solutions from classic incandescent lights.  

Speakers:
Flemming Andersen, CEO, e3light Group A/S,, Denmark 
Nico Roessler, Managing Director, Bavaria Filmstadt, Germany


Putting Passion into Your Laser Tag Attraction!

April 30, 2014; 1pm EDT

Looking to put passion into your laser tag attraction? Take part in this IAAPA members-only webinar to learn how you can frame the customer experience from the moment customers walk in the door, and how to anchor a lasting memory when they leave. You’ll get new ideas from Equinox Laser Tag and Laser Zone to help you enhance the customer experience and get everyone talking about your attraction.

Speakers: Bradley Alt, Equinox Laser Tag; Gary Long, Laser Zone

Best. Summer. Ever. Incorporating or Refreshing the J-1 Program at Your Facility

May 7, 2014, 1p.m. EDT
The J-1 visa Summer Work and Travel program can provide rich cultural benefits for both your facility and the students you employ. In this IAAPA members-only webinar, get new ideas for using the program and enhancing a cultural component so that your J-1 students have the best experience ever.

Speaker: Robin Lerner, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Private Sector Exchange




More Webinars are coming soon!
Watch your email, IAAPA news, and this website for announcements as new programs will continue to be added throughout the year. For more information about IAAPA webinars, please contact Brian Kirkland.

These Webinars are offered exclusively for IAAPA members as a FREE benefit.
Note: you must register separately for each Webinar before attending.

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Past Webinars

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View the complete list of past webinar titles (click here).

What is a Webinar?
During a live "Webinar," or online live educational session, participants view the speaker's computer screen from their own computers. Note: Long distance or international toll charges may apply if you opt to listen to the audio portion of a Webinar via a telephone. There is no charge to participate using the audio system of your computer. Currently, IAAPA uses GoToWebinar. Most programs are recorded and IAAPA members may access and play the recordings at their convenience.

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IAAPA makes no representations or warranties about the accuracy or suitability of any information in the webinars and related materials; all such content is provided on an “as is” basis.  IAAPA HEREBY DISCLAIMS ALL WARRANTIES REGARDING THE CONTENTS OF THESE MATERIALS, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION ALL WARRANTIES OF TITLE, NON-INFRINGEMENT, MERCHANTABILITY, AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  IAAPA hereby disclaims all liability for any claims, losses, or damages in connection with use or application of these materials.  IAAPA does not guarantee, warrant, or endorse the products or services of any firm, organization, or person. The information contained in these webinars and related materials has been prepared, compiled, or provided by IAAPA as a service to its members and is not intended to constitute legal advice or the rendering of legal, consulting, or other professional services of any kind. Users of these materials should not in any manner rely upon or construe the information or resource materials in these materials as legal, or other professional advice and should not act or fail to act based upon the information in these materials without seeking the services of a competent legal or other professional.

For more information about Webinars, please contact Brian Kirkland by e-mail or 703-836-4800.

Past Webinars

Log in to view recordings and materials from all past webinars (click here).
View the complete list of past webinar titles (click here).

Spanish & Portuguese Webinar Archive
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What is a Webinar?

During a live "Webinar," or online live educational session, participants view the speaker's computer screen from their own computers. Note: Long distance or international toll charges may apply if you opt to listen to the audio prortion of a Webinar via a telephone. There is no charge to participate using the audio system of your computer. Currently, IAAPA uses GoToWebinar. Most programs are recorded and IAAPA members may access and play the recordings at their convenience.

INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF

AMUSEMENT PARKS AND ATTRACTIONS

WEBINAR DISCLAIMER

IAAPA makes no representations or warranties about the accuracy or suitability of any information in the webinars and related materials; all such content is provided on an “as is” basis.  IAAPA HEREBY DISCLAIMS ALL WARRANTIES REGARDING THE CONTENTS OF THESE MATERIALS, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION ALL WARRANTIES OF TITLE, NON-INFRINGEMENT, MERCHANTABILITY, AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  IAAPA hereby disclaims all liability for any claims, losses, or damages in connection with use or application of these materials.  IAAPA does not guarantee, warrant, or endorse the products or services of any firm, organization, or person. The information contained in these webinars and related materials has been prepared, compiled, or provided by IAAPA as a service to its members and is not intended to constitute legal advice or the rendering of legal, consulting, or other professional services of any kind. Users of these materials should not in any manner rely upon or construe the information or resource materials in these materials as legal, or other professional advice and should not act or fail to act based upon the information in these materials without seeking the services of a competent legal or other professional.

For more information about Webinars, please contact Linda Gerson by e-mail or 703-836-4800.

Developing Your Career Plan

February 26, 2014, 1p.m. EST
You know where you want to be, but how do you get there? This session will take you through the career-planning process, from assessing your skills and interests to exploring career opportunities to setting realistic goals. You will come away with an insight into the process and tools to develop your own robust and effective career plan. This webinar is free and open exclusively to IAAPA members, but pre-registration is required.

Speakers include: Michael Dombrowski, Vice President of Organizational Development, Herschend Family Entertainment

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