CDRPC is excited to present our 2020 Fall Local Government Webinar series. These free webinars continue to provide high quality professional development and continuing education opportunities for local government officials, planners, stormwater professionals and elected representatives. Our webinars may be used for local planning and zoning credits and will be submitted for AICP Certification Maintenance.
For a limited time, CDRPC is offering exclusive sponsorship for each one of our webinars. For the sponsorship of the webinar, we will provide each underwriter with an exclusive 1-hour Zoom presentation time slot of their choosing and a variety of promotional touches including sponsor branding. Your sponsorship will also ensure we are able to continue to deliver diverse, cutting edge and cost-effective training and programs to our region’s stakeholders. The cost of sponsoring a webinar is $100 which helps to underwrite the production, promotion and presentation of the series. Sponsors will get first crack at webinar spots until we begin the open solicitation.
For the Fall Series we are seeking presentations on the following topics:
- Transportation innovations
- Regulatory or community planning changes brought on by the response to COVID-19
- The intersection between public health and land use, transportation
- Stormwater management best practices
- Renewable Energy
We anticipate our series will begin Wednesday, October 7 and run through December.. The Webinars, on the Zoom platform, will take place weekly from 2 – 3pm and will provide underwriters with the opportunity to build and promote your brand while sharing your expertise. The CDRPC Spring Webinar Series generally attracted between 50 and 150 participants per session. The maximum webinar capacity is 500.
If your firm is interested in opportunity, please complete both pages of this attached form and email it and a logo for your organization (.png, .jpg, or .gif) to firstname.lastname@example.org by August 28. We will open the field and call for presentations from non-sponsors on September 1.”