In the space below please tell us how you qualify to serve as a knowledgeable, skilled, and current subject matter expert for the content in this program proposal.
Please choose the type of format that best describes your program proposal. All presentations will be 50 minutes in length.
Provide one concise statement that clearly describes exactly what knowledge, skills, and/or aptitudes participants will be able to demonstrate as a result of attending this session.
The abstract is a concise summary of your entire presentation. This summary will be used in conference marketing materials, along with the title and learning objective you listed above. Imagine the abstract was the only part of the presentation anyone could access. The abstract should summarize content. It is also an opportunity to describe the program's specific target audience. Is your content designed to help educate program specialists, facility management specialists, etc? The abstract is an opportunity to appeal to your target audience(s). This abstract should be written to entice people to attend.
Please identify your target audience(s) for this program.
Does your program require any pre-requisites to be communicated to participates?
Does your program require any space considerations for a special activity?
All presenters are required to agree to the following:
-Presenters must be willing to present in any time slot allotted
-The lead presenter identified in this proposal will serve as a primary contact with the TIRSA Program Committee regarding presentation status and any followup communication.
-Each presenter will register for the TIRSA Workshop.
-In the event a presenter must withdraw their proposal, the lead presenter must notify the program committee at email@example.com
-All presenters will provide in their proposal proprietary interest in products, instruments, devices, services, or materials discussed during the session. All sessions are learning experiences and are non-commercial. Speakers should refrains from using brand names and endorsing specific products. Under no circumstances should presentations be used as a place for direct promotion of a speaker's product, service, or monetary self-interest.