Submit your Workshop Proposal Today!
Increase your visibility throughout the LTEN international life sciences training community by becoming an event speaker at the 49th LTEN Annual Conference (June 8-11, 2020 in Kissimmee, Florida).
We are on the lookout for new ideas and speakers to present thought-leading and inspiring sessions and to give our attendees the best professional education in the industry. If you’re interested in submitting a proposal to speak at #LTEN2020, please submit your workshop proposal today!
We’re interested in:
- New and exciting industry-led content and research
- Content including: industry trends, new technology & related case studies, customer engagement, global learning, measuring impact, market access, and more.
- Innovative and immersive presentation ideas and concepts
- Expertise and knowledge in your field
- Presence and passion
- Relevance to the meetings and events industry
If you feel your session will add value to our audience, please be as specific as possible when completing the form below.
Please also be aware that we do not accept any sessions that are product demonstrations or sales pitches.
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Important Dates & Deadlines:
- November 15, 2019: Call for Workshops Open
- January 20, 2020: Call for Workshops Closes
- January 22, 2020: Review for Workshops Opens
- February 14, 2020: Review for Workshops Closes
- February 24, 2020: First Round of Workshop Acceptance Notifications
- March 4, 2020: Second Round of Workshop Acceptance Notifications
- March 9, 2020: Learning Lab Acceptances Notifications
- March 16, 2020: Workshop & Learning Lab Decline Notifications Sent
- March 27, 2020: Workshop Location & Time Assignments Sent
- May 28, 2020: Power Point Presentation and/or Handouts Due
- June 9-10, 2010: Conference Workshop & Learning Lab Dates
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2020 Workshops Tracks
View complete detail about the following tracks.
- Career Success
- Customer Engagement & Selling Skills in a Matrix Environment
- Field Trainers
- Gauging Impact & ROI
- Global Learning
- Healthcare Reform and Marketplace Access
- Innovative Trends in Technologies in Learning & Development
- Instructional Design & Delivery
- Learning Labs: 20-Minute Micro-Learning Session in the Learning Village Exhibit Hall
- Management & Leadership Development
- Medical Device & Diagnostics Training
- Mobile & Digital Learning
- Non-Commercial (Clinical / Medical / Technical) Training
- Partner-Sponsored Workshop
- Strategic Trends in Learning
- Strategic Account Management
NOTE: Electronic workshop handouts and presentations are absolutely mandatory and will be posted on the LTEN Web site in the “members only” section after the conference.
IMPORTANT: Speakers, presenters, and panelists have been asked to refrain from promoting themselves and their businesses during presentations. While we do understand that at times it may be necessary for a presenter to refer to his or her business by name, promotional efforts of any kind are considered a serious breach of the spirit of the conference.
How to Hit the Right Notes for Our Call for Workshops
We invite you use this helpful Infographic checklist to help in developing your presentation.
- Uniqueness of subject matter
- Topic relevance & timeliness to the Industry
- Clear and well-defined message and description
- Employer case studies, examples and best practices (challenges, solutions, and metrics)
- Industry research & statistics
- Key learning objectives and take away value for delegates – What is at stake? Why should attendees care about the message?
- Colorful and innovative approach to the presentation structure
- Speakers with presenting experience
- Supporting documents such as past presentations, published white paper and/or articles on a similar subject matter
Important Notes for Service Provider/Vendors
- Service providers or vendors interested in securing one of our coveted sessions are highly encouraged and when relevant required to include pharmaceutical, biotech, medical device or diagnostics organization co-presenters in their proposal submission. We give preference to submissions that include the trainer perspective and successful case studies. This co-facilitator should play an active role in presenting the material.
- LTEN strictly prohibits self-promotion during workshop sessions. While we do understand that at times it may be necessary for a presenter to refer to his or her business by name, promotional efforts of any kind are considered a serious breach of the spirit of the conference. Speakers, presenters, and panelists have been asked to refrain from promoting themselves and their businesses during presentations.
- All presenters need to register and pay a registration fee for the conference.
- If you are a learning supplier we highly recommend that you present with a colleague from a pharmaceutical, biotech, medical device or diagnostic company. This co-facilitator should play an active role in presenting the material.
- Electronic workshop handouts and presentations are absolutely mandatory and will be posted on the LTEN Web site in the “members only” section after the conference.
- All PIPs and exhibitors must submit Learning Labs by deadlines above to be considered for selection. If you have a learning lab in your package and have not submitted a learning lab by January 10th a learning lab will not be held for you.
Conference Fees and Hotel Accommodation
Please note that no workshop or lab speaker, presenter or panelist are paid to attend. All speakers pay full registration fees, travel expenses, and accommodations. Speakers, presenters and panelists will be given a special registration discount code. We have also arranged a group discount with the hotel through early May.
Workshop Submission Guidelines
Please review the submission guidelines, important dates and required fields using these Workshop Guidelines.
You will need to select one of the following formats upon submission:
Interactive Discussion: Sessions should be interactive, providing innovative content without the excessive use of PowerPoint or lecture style format. Sessions should provide in-depth coverage on a topic rather than trying to cover too much general material.
Skills Development: Sessions provide the “nuts and bolts” on a variety of issues in learning. The format may incorporate hands-on learning or be discussion focused.
Case Study: Pharma, bio, device, and diagnostic companies share their first-person accounts of strategies and programs that work.
Thought Leader Panel: Experts and practitioners offer similar and opposing views on relevant topics in training. Includes meaningful Q&A time.
Best Practice Roundtable: Informal format provides the opportunity to network and share challenges, resources, and approaches to tackling a hot topic or specific area of interest.
Micro-Learning: 20 Minute Micro-Learning session that delivers bite-sized content to learners that they can consume all at once and apply the knowledge immediately.
Questions about the Conference or Content?