Seeking Presenters for APEGBC's 2017 Annual Conference

Posted on 09 January 2017

APEGBC seeks presenters for technical, business, managerial, and personal development topics for its 2017 annual conference.

The conference and associated annual general meeting will take place October 19–21, 2017, at the Whistler Conference Centre, in Whistler, BC. 

The conference will focus on how the engineering and geoscience professions strive for excellence through best business and ethical practices to create a strong and progressive future. It brings together engineers, geoscientists, technologists, faculty, government representatives, students, and other members of the community for professional development sessions dealing with management, better business, climate change, structural engineering, energy efficiency and renewable energy, young professionals, engineering and geoscience in the resource sector, municipal engineering, and environmental engineering. Up to 800 delegates are expected to attend.

Details on presentation and proposal requirements are available at apeg.bc.ca/AC17callPlease note: Presentations for the purpose of promoting or selling specific products, services, or providers will not be considered.

Presentations should be 1 hour and 15 minutes in length. Presentations of 35 minutes in length may also be considered. All presentations must include time for questions and answers.

Submit your proposed topic and details via our online form.

Deadline for proposals: February 27, 2017. All those who express interest will be contacted by May 2017.

For additional information, email ac2017@apeg.bc.ca

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Phone: 604.430.8035
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