Educational Series FAQ
What is the APT 2020 Educational Series?
The APT 2020 Educational Series is a 5-day live contact training educational series, spread over a 10-week period (October through early December), and features 40 workshops and 10 discussion groups to choose from.
Are there limited seats per workshop?
In adherence to current APT training criteria for live webinars, general workshops are limited to 40 participants. Discussion groups are limited to 25 participants.
When will registration open?
Registration for each training day opens at 8:00am Pacific time. Please see below for dates.
Day 1, October 6, 2020
|| September 9, 2020|
| Day 2, October 24, 2020|| September 25, 2020|
| Day 3, November 6, 2020
|| October 5, 2020|
| Day 4, November 18, 2020
|| October 20, 2020
Day 5, December 5, 2020
November 5, 2020
How do I register for the APT 2020 Educational Series?
Visit the APT 2020 Educational Series page to register for any of the five training days.
How much does it cost to attend the APT 2020 Educational Series?
Workshops are individually priced and include continuing education credit/certificate. APT members pay $45 per workshop and non-members pay $60.
I have registered for a training day but can no longer attend. How can I cancel, and will I get
Registration cancellations must be submitted to APT in writing 10 business days prior to the training day. Unfortunately, if you cancel after this date, we are unable to issue a refund.
What if I register for the APT 2020 Educational Series and miss it?
Since registrations generate contractual and non-refundable guarantees between APT and other parties, registration refunds will not be made after the deadlines listed under Cancellation Policy, including parties who register but do not attend.
What if I join the session late?
If you are late to the session you will not be admitted into the meeting and refunds will not be granted.
Who can register?
The APT 2020 Educational Series is open to mental health professionals or full-time graduate students in a mental health field. Although not eligible to receive continuing education credit, allied professionals (pediatricians, nurses, etc.) are welcome to attend.
What type of CE will be offered?
For continuing education information, such as the type offered and when you'll receive your certificate, visit the Educational Series Continuing Education page.
When will I receive instructions for attending the APT 2020 Educational Series? Handouts?
An invitation to the webinar will be sent to the email address used during registration the day before the scheduled session and will include attachments to all related handouts and material.
What platform will be used for the APT 2020 Educational Series?
Live sessions and discussion groups will be conducted using Zoom.
If I am attending for multiple sessions, will the Zoom link and password
be different each session?
Yes, each session will have a unique Zoom code and password which we
will email to you.
Will I be able to see the presenters for each session?
Yes, you will be able to see both the speaker and slides.
Do I need to have my video on?
Attendees MUST have their camera on so APT can verify the presence of each
attendee throughout the session.
How can I ask questions during the event?
The Question & Answer (Q&A) feature on our Zoom webinars allows
you to ask questions during the webinar for the panelists, speakers, co-hosts
Will I be able to access recordings of the workshops?
No recordings will be available after sessions. In order to receive full CE credit attendees must be present during the workshop/s they register for.
Can I share my virtual conference login information with other members
No, your login information is unique to your individual registration.
For every paid registration to attend virtually, only that registered attendee will
be allowed to enter the virtual conference.
I am not very tech-savvy. Will there be online help if I run into issues during the event?
Absolutely, we will be holding a “session before the session” in which attendees
can check that their cameras and speakers are working and troubleshoot issues
before the actual session. Staff will be available during the session if issues arise. If you are new to Zoom you can view Zoom's page about Joining a Meeting.