Who should attend this seminar?
What is the schedule/program?
How does the webinar work?
Participants will be able to log in to the webinar "room" and follow along as FEC staff members lead the workshops. Webinar participants will see workshop slides, hear presentations, and be able to pose questions to FEC staff members via live chat. Technical information and webinar materials will be provided to those who register.
May PAC or political party representatives attend this webinar?
You may attend, but the content of this seminar is not tailored to your type of organization. The Commission hosts a number of webinars throughout the year tailored to various types of organizations. We also host conferences around the country, with in-depth sessions for all types of committees and organizations. To see the full list of events, please visit the eductional outreach page of our website. For additional information about upcoming outreach programs, please email the FEC at Conferences@fec.gov or call the FEC's Information Division at 1.800.424.9530 (Press 6).
Are CLE credits (or continuing education credits) available?
The FEC has not applied in any state to be an official CLE (or CE) sponsor. Attendees in the past, however, have applied on their own for, and received, continuing education credits for their attendance at FEC conferences and seminars. Contact your state MCLE organization (or state board of accountancy, for accountants) for more information. Please contact us if you have further questions or need additional materials for your application.
Are there workshops for beginners?
Yes. The workshop titled Basics and Best Practices provides an overview of campaign finance law that is particularly beneficial to newcomers. Beginners also benefit from the chance to network with more experienced campaign finance law professionals and share ideas with each other.
How about someone who is a seasoned veteran of campaign finance law - Does this webinar fit their needs?
Yes. The advanced workshop is titled Recent Developments in Campaign Finance Law. All of the workshops are updated regularly to ensure that attendees receive the very latest information. Moreover, FEC webinars offer interactive chat box capabilities for both beginners and advanced attendees to engage with each other and FEC staff members.
What is the registration fee?
The registration fee is $80 to participate in the full-day event. This fee provides access to one of two morning webinars (Basics and Best Practices or Recent Developments in the Law) as well as the two-part afternoon session, Campaign Committee Operations. The registration fee includes a $20 nonrefundable transaction fee. A full refund (minus the transaction fee) will be made for all cancellations received by Friday, June 2; no refund will be made for cancellations received after that date. Note: Credit card payments will appear on your statement as paid to Sylvester Management Corporation.
How do I register?
How do I access the webinar?
The webinar will be available at http://fec.adobeconnect.com. You'll need internet access, a web browser and Adobe Flash Player 10.1 or higher to participate. Additional instructions and technical information, including a link to the webinar "room," will be provided to those who register for the webinar. [TOP]
Conference Program: 1-800/424-9530 (press 6) or email Conferences@fec.gov
Conference Registration/Fees: 1-800/246-7277 or email Valerie@sylvestermanagement.com