IMPORTANT CMP INFORMATION
The education programs attendance roster from the 2016 MIC of Colorado breakout sessions will be uploaded to the CIC for CE credits tracking.
If you do not have a CIC account, you can create one at www.conventionindustry.org
In order for these records to be accepted by CIC, the email used for registration MUST match (case sensitive) the email provided to the CIC for your account.
If you did not select your sessions during registration, or need to change them, you may access your registration by referring to confirmation email or the Reminder and Important Information email that was sent on March 14, 2016. You may also access it at www.regonline.com/16thMICofColorado and click “View or Change Your Existing Registration” above the email entry field.
Continuing Education (CE) Information
The Convention Industry Council (CIC) has confirmed that the MIC Opening General Session and Breakouts* that may be applied towards Continuing Education clock hours (CEs) needed to qualify for the CMP or other industry certifications or recertification.
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CMP Preferred Provider
Meetings Industry Council of Colorado is a CMP Preferred Provider. The program(s) identified with the CMP Preferred Provider logo meet the requirements to receive continuing education (CE) credit for the Certified Meeting Professional (CMP) credential. All qualifying activities also indicate how many CE credits attendees will receive for participating on their sessions page. One CE credit = 1 clock hour.
For more information about the CMP credential or CMP Preferred Provider Program, please visitwww.conventionindustry.org
Note: This program is not endorsed, accredited, or affiliated with the Convention Industry Council or the CMP Program. Applicants may receive CE credit for attending any program that meets eligibility requirements of the CMP Program. There are no specific individual courses required as part of the applications –selection of eligible education is up to the applicant based on his/her needs.
Accepted Practices Exchange (APEX)
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The Accepted Practices Exchange (APEX) is an initiative of the Convention Industry Council that promotes development and implementation of industry-wide accepted practices to create and enhance efficiency throughout the meetings, conventions and exhibitions industry.
Accepted Practices Exchange (Convention Industry Council)