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APA Virtual Spring CE/LU Training

Friday, April 28, 2023
Virtual via Zoom
Additional Info:
Event Contact(s):
Frances Ellington
Fall/Spring Training
Registration is closed
Payment In Full In Advance Only
Activities/Items    (Click the down-arrow to the left of the activity/item to view the details)
All Day Registration - 8 Hrs Of Continuing Education
Morning Session - 4 Hrs of Continuing Education
Afternoon Session - 4 Hrs of Continuing Education
Please join us for up to 8 hrs of CE/LU training.

The schedule can be seen here. Registration will close at noon CT on April 27, 2023.

* These courses were offered at the 2023 APA National Conference; Course credit may not be available for courses repeated.

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The authors of the presentations herein are recognized experts in their fields and have agreed to offer their knowledge to the membership of APA to enrich their understanding of the subject matter. The information in these presentations is general in nature and strictly from the point of view of the presenter. It should not be construed as legal, design or professional advice which can be relied upon by any individual, entity or group. There is no representation or warranty that the information provided in the presentations, both visual and verbal, is without errors or omissions. The responsibility for final verification of accuracy lies with the viewer.