2018 Conference

34th National Training & Performance Conference
Titans of Training: Developing the Trainer, Leading the Profession

Hosted by the International Association of Correctional Training Personnel (IACTP)
In partnership with the Tennessee Department of Corrections

DATE
November 4-7, 2018

LOCATION
Millennium Maxwell House Hotel
Nashville, TN

HOTEL INFORMATION
Millennium Maxwell House Nashville, where music reigns supreme, is ideally located near the Bridgestone Arena, Germantown, Nissan Stadium, Music City Center, and the Nashville Airport. The hotel’s 287 spacious guest rooms feature unique, music-themed décor and great views of the city or rolling Tennessee hills in the distance. 

IMPORTANT LINKS
• Call-for-Workshops: Interested in being a workshop presenter? Submit Proposal Here
• Attendee Registration: Reserve your seat – Register Here
• Hotel Lodging: Book your hotel room – Make a Lodging Reservation Now
  Phone reservations can be made at 615-259-4343. Ask for the IACTP conference block to get the    discounted conference rate. (The hotel will require a one-night deposit on a credit card for each reservation. Make    reservations prior to October 12. The hotel may not have rooms after October 12.)
• Exhibitors / Sponsors: Interested in being an exhibitor or sponsor? Learn More Here
Trouble or Questions...please contact the IACTP office at 859-333-4209 or IACTPC@gmail.com.

THINGS TO KNOW…
• Free Pre-Conference Workshop.
Pre-Conference workshop (Trainer Skill Enhancement) on Sunday, November 4 from 9:00am-4:00pm. Class is FREE to the first 24 IACTP members to register for it. Be sure to click the option during the registration process.
• Parking Is Free.
The Millennium Maxwell House Hotel offers free parking to conference attendees.
• Free Shuttle.
The Millennium Maxwell House Hotel offers free shuttle to downtown Nashville hotels.
• October 12 Is an Important Date!!
Hotel lodging reservations must be made by October 12 to ensure you get a room at the discounted conference rate. The hotel may not have rooms after October 12.
• One Night’s Lodging Deposit.
The hotel will require a one night’s deposit to a credit card for each reservation.
• Election Day.
The conference overlaps Election Day. If your community is holding elections, then be sure to vote early (if allowed in your community) or apply for an Absentee Ballot.

CANCELLATION POLICY
Cancellations on or before October 4, 2018 will be subject to a $50 processing fee. Refunds will not be offered after October 4, 2018. Substitutions can be made up to October 25, 2018. You may transfer your registration to a future conference at no additional charge, if done so by October 25, 2018.  All cancellations, requests for transfer or requests to apply payment to future conferences must be sent in writing via e-mail, fax, or regular mail to the conference registrar. Telephone requests will not be honored. Please fax or email cancellations, if possible, and expect confirmation within two days. If necessary to cancel by USPS, please allow sufficient time for a response.


General Conference Information
IACTP is a criminal justice association that includes members of the training professions from national, state and local corrections agencies, community corrections, juvenile justice, higher education, academies and commissions, and private corrections.  We expect attendance to be from 75-150 participants, with approximately 15-30 participants per workshop.  The smaller size of this conference affords exhibitors more personal contact with the conference attendees, all focused on criminal justice training.

The Annual Trainers' Conference is a unique forum that brings together correctional leaders, training managers, trainers, field instructors, consultants and others interested in both effective corrections practice and exemplary training strategies.  It provides attendees with the opportunity to network and share innovative approaches being used within correctional agencies throughout the country.  We hope you will have a participatory role in shaping the agenda and future direction of our corrections system.