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head start expo


Visit the 150 companies, organizations, and groups that will be showcasing products, resources, and services available to help take your Head Start and Early Head Start program to the next level of efficiency and quality. The Expo is located in Exhibit Hall A, accessible via the escalator, elevator, and stairs in the convention center lobby (one level down).


follow the conference on social media


Use the hashtag #NHSA14 on Twitter and Ins- tagram to join in on the conversation online. You can also join our Facebook event to talk with other attendees and post your own photos!


changes


While we’ve taken precautions to avoid them, last-minute changes and cancellations are sometimes unavoidable. To let conference participants know about these changes, a daily change sheet will be available at the information booth in the registration area. We apologize ahead of time for any inconveniences.


emergency services


EMT and security personnel will be on hand in case of an emergency. For assistance while in the Long Beach Convention Center, dial #515 on one of the house phone located throughout the facility. For assistance while in the Hyatt, dial 55 on one of the hotel phones located in the meeting spaces or guest rooms.


continuing education training (ceu)


The National Head Start Association is an authorized provider of CEU under the Continuing Education and Training (IACET) guidelines. Accordingly, the CEU quantitative unit of measure is based on 10 contact hours of participation in an organized learning program under the direction of a qualified presenter. The total number of contact hours will be divided by 10. The result will be the number of continuing education units that will be awarded. In order to receive CEU’s participants must…


• Pay the $25 CEU fee. If not on your registration badge, you may add it at the registration desk.


• Attend at least 95 percent of a session and be present for the session’s critical content.


• Participate in an assessment of knowledge including the session’s question and answer period.


• List all sessions attended on the CEU Log page (see page 190 of the conference program guide). List the CEU session code, time, date and session title – session codes are listed in the conference program.


• Complete the CEU Action Plan which will be sent to you electronically after the conference. Approximately one week after you complete the Action Plan, you will receive an email with the website where you can enter your CEU codes and print your CEU certificate from your home or center.


CEU’s are awarded for educational sessions, seminars, and special tracks meeting the ANSI/IACET 1-2007 Standard for Continuing Education and Training criteria. CEU’s will not be awarded for opening general session, closing general session, or networking or meal events.


NHSA is an authorized CEU provider sponsored by IACET. IACET units are accepted by the Council for Early Child- hood Professional Recognition for CDA renewal. They may also be recognized by other accrediting and licensing agencies. Contact your accrediting agency for more information about the acceptance of IACET CEU’s.


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Annual Head Start Conference and Expo • Driven to Make a Difference


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