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Professional Training – Conference Planning

Professional Training – Conference Planning - Service

Principal Investigator: Gregory, Kelly B.

Service Description

MIMH can coordinate and facilitate both face-to-face and web-based conferences for outside organizations.

Previously, we have produced programs for:
• The Missouri Department of Mental Health
• The Missouri Suicide Prevention Project
• The Missouri Psychiatric Rehabilitation Association
• Missouri Chapter of the National Association of Social Workers
• Saint Louis Behavioral Medicine Institute

Our conference planning services include:
• Program design and speaker recruitment
• Marketing and Promoting
• Registration and income tracking
• Conference material preparation
• Accrediting and issuing CEU certificates
• On-site staffing
• Evaluation
• Budget development and management
• Special Event Planning
• Recording Services

Prices start at $595.

Please contact us for help planning your next conference.

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