Upcoming Programs

Programs

The Rural Health Conference is attended by health care providers, researchers, community leaders, government officials, policymakers and representatives of faith-based organizations who hear from prominent speakers in the field and share information about rural health care issues.


This course contains no sessions.
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The Rural Health Conference is attended by health care providers, researchers, community leaders, government officials, policymakers and representatives of faith-based organizations who hear from prominent speakers in the field and share information about rural health care issues.


This course contains no sessions.
As the rates of autism increase, mental health providers are seeing an increase in the number of individuals with autism seeking mental health services to address concerns related to anxiety, depression, executive function, and social skill building. Traditional strategies such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy often need to be modified to meet the unique needs of this population. The purpose of the current workshop is to discuss strategies for adapting traditional CBT approaches when working with older children, adolescents, and adults with autism.


This course contains no sessions.
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The University of Alabama, together with a statewide advisory committee, proudly presents the Annual Southeast Regional ADHD Conference. This conference brings together a multi-disciplinary group of experts who share their research and interventions on ADHD.


This course contains no sessions.
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Do you have an interest in critical minerals, their applications, and the search for domestic sources of commodities essential to America's defense and economic well-being? Do you work in natural resource extraction or exploration? If so, please make plans to attend the first Alabama Critical Minerals Symposium, hosted by the University of Alabama's Department of Geological Sciences and Geological Survey of Alabama. You will get a chance to learn from industry experts and scientists working to identify, develop, and utilize critical minerals in Alabama and elsewhere in the US. The symposium will also be highly beneficial for both professional geologists and engineers by providing an opportunity for networking and collaboration with others who are interested in critical minerals, and a means to earn continuing education credits!


This course contains no sessions.
Participate in one of the best networking opportunities available for mining professionals, geologists, engineers and water stakeholders.


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The Annual Alabama Autism Conference presents the latest research regarding diagnosis and treatment of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).


This course contains no sessions.
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The Annual Alabama Autism Conference presents the latest research regarding diagnosis and treatment of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).


This course contains no sessions.
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The Annual HRM Conference is designed to develop the full range of skills and knowledge vital to the success of the contemporary human resource professional.



October 30-31, 2024, Bryant Conference Center
October 30-31, 2024, Online
This annual conference provides an overview of the important issues that participants face as they perform their municipal duties.


July 31, 2024 to August 2, 2024, Island House, Orange Beach
The Annual Fall Social Work Conference affords an opportunity to bring national speakers along with the latest research to child welfare practitioners in Alabama. Through the Title IV-E partnership between the Alabama Department of Human Resources and the Alabama Higher Education Consortium on Child Welfare, TheUniversity of Alabama School of Social Work is able to host the conference every year focusing on a different aspect of public child welfare.


October 9-10, 2024, Hyatt Regency Birmingham - Wynfrey Hotel
The University of Alabama School of Social Work and the Alabama Department of Human Resources invite you to exhibit and/or sponsor a break at our Annual Fall Social Work Conference.


October 9-11, 2024, Hyatt Regency Birmingham - Wynfrey Hotel
The University Of Alabama School Of Social Work, through the support of The Caring Foundation of Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Alabama, will host the Annual Child Health and Welfare Summit on July 18, 2024 at the Bryant Conference Center in Tuscaloosa. There is also an option to participate virtually.This year's Summit will provide information on the most common childhood mental health diagnoses, treatment options, awareness of side effects that may occur from taking psychotropic medications for mental health diagnoses, with a focused effort on children and youth in foster care. There is a growing body of evidence demonstrating that abuse and neglect-common precursors to those involved in the child welfare system-have effects on the adolescent brain. The target audience for this Summit are child welfare practitioners, foster parents and caregivers, social workers, teachers, therapists, and medical personnel.


Thursday, July 18, 2024, Bryant Conference Center
The University Of Alabama School Of Social Work, through the support of The Caring Foundation of Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Alabama, will host the Annual Child Health and Welfare Summit on July 18, 2024 at the Bryant Conference Center in Tuscaloosa. There is also an option to participate virtually.This year's Summit will provide information on the most common childhood mental health diagnoses, treatment options, awareness of side effects that may occur from taking psychotropic medications for mental health diagnoses, with a focused effort on children and youth in foster care. There is a growing body of evidence demonstrating that abuse and neglect-common precursors to those involved in the child welfare system-have effects on the adolescent brain. The target audience for this Summit are child welfare practitioners, foster parents and caregivers, social workers, teachers, therapists, and medical personnel.


Thursday, July 18, 2024, Online
The mission of CDI is to empower people with the knowledge and skills necessary to proactively improve the physical and human resources of their communities, thereby increasing the quality of life for all citizens.


June 10-13, 2024, Bryant Conference Center
A community meeting to address the current and future challenges of Alabama's children.


This course contains no sessions.
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A community meeting to address the current and future challenges of Alabama's children.


This course contains no sessions.
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The University of Alabama's Culverhouse College of Business offers a hybrid program as an in-depth look at using technology to grow sales. 'Leveraging High Tech and Human Skills to Grow Sales' will be offered as an in-person program on April 5th, 2024, with virtual follow up. Please visit executive.culverhouse.ua.edu for detailed information on program content.


This course contains no sessions.
Exhibitors for Community Development Institute


June 10-13, 2024
This conference is a special opportunity to focus on the uniqueness of the infant-toddler period and to connect with colleagues who share your commitment to babies and their families.


This course contains no sessions.
This is an opportunity for exhibitors and sponsors to meet with attendees of theAnnual Alabama Municipal Revenue Officers Summer Conference.

For additional information please visit the AMROA website at almroa.com.


July 31, 2024 to August 2, 2024, Island House, Orange Beach
A community meeting to address the current and future challenges of Alabama's children.


This course contains no sessions.
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The 68th Annual HRM Conference connects your business with an engaged audience interested in learning and developing their tool box to be more effective as HR Professionals. Choose a sponsorship or exhibit level to reach this targeted audience.


October 30-31, 2024, Bryant Conference Center
This is an opportunity for exhibitors and sponsors to meet with key individuals from municipalities.


This course contains no sessions.
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Sponsor at the Annual Alabama Governor's Safety and Health Conference. To register as an exhibitor, please visit https://training.ua.edu/governors/sponsors/


August 26-28, 2024, Perdido Beach Resort
The workshop will discuss an overview of forensic practice. Biopsychosocial assessments and their use in both the criminal and civil justice system will also be described.


This course contains no sessions.
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The workshop will discuss an overview of forensic practice. Biopsychosocial assessments and their use in both the criminal and civil justice system will also be described.


This course contains no sessions.
Click here to be notified about the next scheduled program.
This conference is a special opportunity to focus on the uniqueness of the infant-toddler period and to connect with colleagues who share your commitment to babies and their families. 


This course contains no sessions.
The University of Alabama's Culverhouse College of Business offers an in-person program on the science of storytelling: 'Leveraging Storytelling to Drive Results'. This will be offered in-person on March 27th, 2024, at The University of Alabama. Please visit executive.culverhouse.ua.edu for detailed information on program content. If you are a UA Alumni, or if you want to register three or more participants from one organization, contact Stephanie Lowe, Director of Executive Education for Culverhouse, for the coupon code: stephanie.lowe@ua.edu or 205-348-3302.


This course contains no sessions.
This program is an annual event conducted by the Alabama Association of School Business Officials (AASBO) for its membership.


This course contains no sessions.
The annual conference provides city clerks and administrators with an overview of important issues and concerns facing them professionally. MunicipalGovernment and management authorities will present timely information on these as well as other professional development topics.


This course contains no sessions.
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The Professional Speaking: Delivering Powerful Presentations workshop is designed to provide expert tips and take-aways for public speaking and presentations. Participants will have an opportunity to apply learned skills and practice them in an energetic, experiential learning environment. Through this highly interactive session, attendees will learn how to craft compelling messages for a variety of audiences, cultivate dynamic delivery, and calm public speaking anxiety. This session is designed for any professional who regularly networks or has the opportunity to present informative or persuasive presentations to both internal audiences and outside organizations. During the workshop, participants will develop and deliver a concise presentation and learn how to spontaneously verbalize ideas as they appear confident in front of a crowd.


Thursday, December 5, 2024
Stigma is defined as a set of negative beliefs that a group or society holds about a topic or group of people. The World Health Organization has classified stigma as having a detrimental effect on the treatment of individuals and is a huge barrier to recovery. Public attitudes about various stigmatizing conditions indicate that individuals with a substance use disorder are viewed more negatively than individuals with a mental health disorder. This stigma promotes the vicious cycle that is embedded in the disease of substance use disorder. In the state of Alabama, stigma presents as a barrier to seeking treatment and directly affects the way an individual views themselves. The goal of this summit is to address stigma, as it relates to individuals with a substance use disorder, by dispelling myths, educating on evidence-based practices, and bringing awareness to this public health issue.


This course contains no sessions.
Stigma is defined as a set of negative beliefs that a group or society holds about a topic or group of people. The World Health Organization has classified stigma as having a detrimental effect on the treatment of individuals and is a huge barrier to recovery. Public attitudes about various stigmatizing conditions indicate that individuals with a substance use disorder are viewed more negatively than individuals with a mental health disorder. This stigma promotes the vicious cycle that is embedded in the disease of substance use disorder. In the state of Alabama, stigma presents as a barrier to seeking treatment and directly affects the way an individual views themselves. The goal of this summit is to address stigma, as it relates to individuals with a substance use disorder, by dispelling myths, educating on evidence-based practices, and bringing awareness to this public health issue.


This course contains no sessions.
The UA Accounting Workshop is for all accounting and finance professionals and offers a great opportunity to network while covering issues and best practices in financial accounting and reporting. The program features multiple speakers and topics, some of which apply specifically to institutions of higher education. Participants will be eligible to earn up to 8 hours of CPE credit, including 2 hours in ethics.


Tuesday, May 21, 2024
The University of Alabama, together with a statewide advisory committee, proudly presents the Annual Southeast Regional ADHD Conference. This conference brings together a multi-disciplinary group of experts who share their research and interventions on ADHD.


This course contains no sessions.
Click here to be notified about the next scheduled program.
Behavioral health focuses on the promotion of well-being through prevention or intervention of those who have a mental illness (MI) and/or substance use disorder (SUD). This includes support of those who experience or are in recovery from these conditions, along with their families and communities. This conference will focus on changing the lens through increasing knowledge, reducing stigma, and normalizing conversations about behavioral health issues. Improving behavioral health services for individuals with a MI or SUD can be challenging, but together we can have a significant impact on the individuals' physical and social well-being. Join us for an education and training opportunity which will highlight these topics and provide strategies you can implement into your current profession.


August 26-27, 2024, Bryant Conference Center
Behavioral health focuses on the promotion of well-being through prevention or intervention of those who have a mental illness (MI) and/or substance use disorder (SUD). This includes support of those who experience or are in recovery from these conditions, along with their families and communities. This conference will focus on changing the lens through increasing knowledge, reducing stigma, and normalizing conversations about behavioral health issues. Improving behavioral health services for individuals with a MI or SUD can be challenging, but together we can have a significant impact on the individuals' physical and social well-being. Join us for an education and training opportunity which will highlight these topics and provide strategies you can implement into your current profession.
Book your organization's vendor table now. This includes one person to "man" the table. Additional booth attendees should register as a regular conference attendee by clicking this link.


August 26-27, 2024, Bryant Conference Center
Behavioral health focuses on the promotion of well-being through prevention or intervention of those who have a mental illness (MI) and/or substance use disorder (SUD). This includes support of those who experience or are in recovery from these conditions, along with their families and communities. This conference will focus on changing the lens through increasing knowledge, reducing stigma, and normalizing conversations about behavioral health issues. Improving behavioral health services for individuals with a MI or SUD can be challenging, but together we can have a significant impact on the individuals' physical and social well-being. Join us for an education and training opportunity which will highlight these topics and provide strategies you can implement into your current profession.


August 26-27, 2024, Online