Frequently Asked Questions
When is the conference?
October 29-31, 2019.
Where is the conference?
The 2019 Connecting for Children’s Justice Conference will be held at the Embassy Suites Conference Center in Murfreesboro, TN.
How do I register?
Click here to register today.
How much does it cost to attend the conference?
Regular Registration: $375 - ends October 15th
Late Registration: $400 - ends October 29th
On-site Registration: $450
Do I need to book my own hotel?
Yes. Hotel reservations are NOT included in the cost of registration. Attendees are responsible for that process. Click here to make hotel reservations at the special conference rate.
Is there free wifi at the conference?
Wifi is provided free of charge for all conference participants.
How do I get my CEUs?
Information coming soon!
How do I access handouts?
Handouts from this year's conference will be made available in the conference app under each session. The app has all the essential information you will need for the event as well as features to enhance your event experience. The app allows participants to build schedules, filter workshops by profession tracks, access presentation documents, submit survey feedback, and apply for continuing education units (CEUs). Note: The conference app is for participants only. You will have to login to access the event. An event invitation will be sent to the email address you used to register for the conference once it's ready for download.
Will I receive a program at the conference?
In place of a printed program this year, we will be using a conference app. You can also pick up a printed conference schedule on the day you register, which will include all workshop titles, speakers, room locations, and the date/time each session occurs.
General Conference Information:
Lost and found items will be given to hotel lost and found. CACTN accepts no liability for lost or stolen items.
Faculty disclosure: By participating in this continuing education activity, instructors agree to provide a sufficient basis for the interpretation of program information by informing participants of limitations of the content being taught, including contradictory evidence and its source.
Americans with Disabilities Act: It is the policy of CACTN not to discriminate against any person on the basis of disabilities. If you feel you need services or auxiliary aids mentioned in this act in order to fully participate in this continuing education activity, please speak with someone at the registration desk.
Speaker Opinions: The speaker’s opinions do not necessarily reflect the opinions, views or beliefs of the Children’s Advocacy Centers of Tennessee.
Workshop Etiquette: As a courtesy to speakers and colleagues, please silence all cell phones/ pagers during sessions.