Yes, deadlines for each registration are listed with each event. If you have any questions or have missed a deadline, please contact Melissa Palombi, Communications and Events Manager: email@example.com
If you need help registering a large group to one of our events, getting the member rates, or accessing your VAHSA account, please contact Melissa Palombi, Communications and Events Manager: firstname.lastname@example.org
No, payments are not required at the time of registration if you request an Invoice. Invoices will be sent promptly to registrants and must be paid within 30 days of receipt of invoice. Please note: registration is a contract of payment, and all registrations are required to pay for events regardless of attendance. A submitted registration is a commitment to pay. No refunds will be issued, though you may transfer your registration to another person at no additional charge.
Yes, we take credit card information through our online registration. Contact Melissa Palombi, Communications and Events Manager: email@example.com to request a call to pay over the phone.
When virtual, we use zoom, and will send out a zoom link to all emails registered a few days before the start date.
Yes, at the end of the event we will let you know if an email will go out with the link to the certificate. Please keep in mind that some conferences, we ask you to email Melissa Palombi: firstname.lastname@example.org to request a certificate.
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