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You and your staff are invited to register and attend one or two of IAEE’s popular CEM Learning Programs, brought to you by the Southwest Chapter of IAEE:
Though these course are included in the core curriculum need to complete your CEM requirements...keep in mind that you can attend for pure educational reasons as well then, ...IT IS NOT NECESSARY TO:
- Be a CEM to take one or both courses
- Sign up for or commit to IAEE’s CEM program
- You don’t even have to take a test or exam!
You and/or your staff will spend each day discussing and sharing best practices for Selling Exhibit Space and/or Event Operations, led by experienced industry leaders from the Chapter. Now’s the time to register to attend either or both CEM programs:
Wed., April 23 – Selling Exhibit Space and Developing an Exhibitor Prospectus led by Randy Bauler, CEM
Thurs., April 24 – Event Operations, led by Charlotte Pearson, CEM
The registration fee for each day-long CEM program is $250 member/$385 non-member per person, including course workbook and refreshments.
Don’t miss this opportunity for you and your staff to participate in IAEE’s premier education program plus interactive discussions with top trade show professionals from across the US. Sign up today!
The Certified in Exhibition Management (CEM) designation was created in 1975 to provide a professional designation for individuals in the exhibitions and events industry. To earn the designation, participants must complete a nine-part program within three years. Recertification is required every three years after the initial program is completed to maintain the certification.
The International Association of Exhibitions and Events (IAEE) offers the designation. IAEE provides leadership, service, education and benefits to professionals in the exhibitions and events industry.
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The Southwest Chapter of IAEE
IAEE and its Southwest Chapter promotes the unique value of exhibitions and other events that bring buyers and sellers together such as road shows, conferences with an exhibition component, and proprietary corporate exhibitions. IAEE is the principle resource for those who plan, produce and service the industry.. To learn more about the Chapter, please visit www.swiaee.com or contact the chapter administrator at firstname.lastname@example.org