Call for Workshop Proposals
The Call for Proposals is now OPEN.
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Thank you for your interest!
- Training is in two formats: 60 minute Workshops and 3 hour Certifications (participants receive a certificate of attendance for Certifications).
- Proposals may be offered as panel discussions, single presenters or interactive workshops.
- Workshops and Certifications are held concurrently, generally when the Trade Show Floor is closed.
- Concurrent sessions will be held Monday, April 2 to Wednesday, April 4, 2012.
- Trainings are open to all attendees and do not require pre-registration. Your audience will range from tribal leadership to gaming floor staff. New this year:
- Advanced training specifically for veterans, marketed as such so you can plan on a high level training.
- Rooms are set up classroom style, no exceptions.
- We will prepare a Conference CD, so please plan to submit your final presentations/handouts in March.
Criteria for Proposals
NIGA provides substantive training to attract leadership in the Indian Gaming industry to the Convention. Absolutely no product promotion is permitted. Participants seek training:
- Specific to Indian Gaming
- On innovative topics
- On expanding tribal economic development opportunities
- That addresses future trends in the industry
We invite you to submit a proposal with these goals in mind.
Proposal Review Process
- Submissions are reviewed by our Membership to indicate their preferences and by the NIGA staff based on the criteria
- Priority is given to our Members, Associate Members of NIGA and Trade Show Exhibitors. If organizing a panel, please plan to include a representative of a Member Tribe or gaming facility.
- Please be advised that we reserve the right to accept or decline your proposals in full or in part in the interest of providing balanced training. Your flexibility and willingness to work with individuals with similar and/or related experiences/topics is appreciated.
- Incomplete submissions will not be reviewed.
- You will receive a confirmation. If you don’t receive a confirmation, we haven’t received your proposal.
Conference Logistics for Presenters
The Indian Gaming '12 is a major method of support for our advocacy work. It is NIGA’s policy that all presenters pay the registration fee to support NIGA’s work if they attend any events besides their own workshop.
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