The NASFAA National Conference offers a variety of formats for maximizing its educational value.
The 2016 event will feature education offerings in the following formats:
Interest Sessions – These sessions typically consist of approximately 45 minutes of presentation and 15 minutes for Q and A.
Peer-to-Peer Sessions – More interactive sessions, with a lot of audience participation. The presenter/moderator sets objectives and goals for the audience, discusses the topic for no more than 15-20 minutes, and then uses the remaining time to guide and facilitate a discussion with the audience.
Half-Day Workshops – These workshops run concurrently with interest and peer-to-peer sessions. They are longer that other sessions to allow for more in-depth coverage of a topic and interaction between attendees.