You've got questions, we've got answers. See list below for frequently asked questions regarding PDS 2023.
If you have any other questions please contact Tamika Ligon at email@example.com
Does NASPL have a health policy in place for this event?
Yes! Please see the NASPL Health Guidelines listed below.
Does NASPL offer professional CEUs for this event?
Yes, NASPL offers CEUs for those attending sessions in Accounting, Audit, Legal and I.T.
Do I need to attend all sessions to receive CEUs?
You must have your badge scanned by a volunteer for each applicable session and attend 75% of the program to receive CEUs.
How will I receive my certificate after completion?
Certificates will be sent via email after verified completion of the seminar.
What meals will be covered?
All paid registrants will have access to all open sessions, meals and breaks. Registration includes three lunches, plus refreshments and snacks served during the Vendor Meet & Greet and six
scheduled breaks. Dinners are not included.
Where is the event being held?
Grand Hyatt Denver
1750 Welton Street
Denver, CO 80202
What is the room rate?
What is included in the registration fees?
Paid registrants will have access to all open sessions, meals and the offsite event.
Do you offer discounts for group registrations?
No, NASPL does not offer discounted registrations.
Do invited speakers or presenters need to register and pay a registration fee?
Yes, all attendees and speakers must be registered for the event. All presenters and speakers must pay a registration fee unless noted otherwise in a contract, or special previsions have been made.
How can I pay by check?
If you wish to pay by check, please submit checks, along with attendee’s name and email, to:
c/o NASPL PDS 2023
7757 Auburn Road Unit #7
Concord, OH 44077
If you have any special requests or concerns regarding payment, please contact us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or 440-361-7962.
NASPL Health Guidelines
March 7, 2022
As the COVID-19 pandemic moves to the endemic phase, the health and safety of NASPL members, staff and vendors continue to be a priority at every step of the planning process for NASPL events. Before each in person event, we review hotel protocols, local/state laws, and CDC guidelines, to help protect the health and safety of all attendees. NASPL has implemented guidelines for face coverings, sanitizing stations, meeting size parameters, contactless options, and social distancing.
NASPL works with each facility where events are held to ensure, to the greatest extent possible, that there is sufficient space to socially distance and enhanced
cleaning/safety protocols. At a minimum under current CDC guidelines, NASPL is committed to the following:
NASPL will continue to follow local/state and CDC guidelines and we encourage all attendees to follow CDC Guidance for Travel During the COVID-19 Pandemic. These guidelines will be revisited and revised prior to each in person event that NASPL hosts.