Virtual AIHce EXP is the most convenient and affordable way to access quality education and insights about the IH/OEHS industry. No travel required. No outside costs.
Join us May 20-22, 2019 with live-streaming sessions from Minneapolis, MN.
Virtual Professional Development Courses are also available May 19 and 23.
- Save on travel expenses AND your registration
- Earn additional CM credits via AIHce OnDemand (included with full registration)
- Access exclusive interviews with presenters, sponsors, and special guests
- Engage with your peers through virtual chat
- Train your team with one full or PDC registration plus low additional participant fees – up to an 80% savings per person!
- Live-stream keynote presentation from Carey Lohrenz, the U.S. Navy’s first female F-14 Tomcat Fighter Pilot
- Robust program with up to 2 concurrent sessions per time block
- Individual sessions available for purchase to fit within your budget – just $59 each!
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|Full Virtual (May 20-22, 2019)
|One Day Virtual
|Individual Session Virtual
|Virtual PDC (Full-Day)
|Virtual PDC (Half-Day)
Share the Virtual AIHce experience with your colleagues! Low rates for additional participants – learn more on the Guide for Groups page.
Virtual participants will earn credit for their participation. As the schedule currently stands, you can earn up to 16.5 hours for live participation and additional hours for recording activity.
Virtual AIHce is a cost-effective way to allow your staff to participate in the conference. Check out our Guide for Groups for more information on bringing the Virtual Conference to your team.
For questions regarding AIHce Virtual EXP, contact Colleen Manning or Fatima Khan.
Hear from past Virtual AIHce EXP attendees
“I found this to be a great way to get the education (and the CM points) in a cost-effective way.”
“I enjoyed being able to attend the conference from home without the addition costs of travel.”
“The sessions offered were interesting and relevant, with topics appealing to both researchers and practitioners. Having the chat option to visit with other participants and to ask questions of the speakers was beneficial (and fun!).”