How to join ICAA Webinars
Listen: The audio for the webinars is through computer speakers or a headset. There may or may not be phone lines available. Look for the options on your e-mail confirmation.
Watch: To view a webinar, you need the Flash player version 9 or higher. To see the version of Flash currently installed on the computer, click here . To install the latest version of Flash player, click here for a free download.
Recording: Everyone who registers will receive a link to the recording in an email 2-3 days after the webinar. The link will be active for 5 days. Afterwards, the webinar recording will be located in the ICAA Archives, available to ICAA Organizational and ICAA 100 members as part of their membership. If you wish to become an ICAA member, or confirm your membership status, call the ICAA office at 866-335-9777 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
CEUs/Attendance: There are no continuing education credits available for webinars. Viewers who attend the session for 45 minutes or longer will receive a confirmation of attendance, usually within 2-3 days after the webinar. (A confirmation is not sent to those who miss the formal presentation.)
The confirmation can be sent to your CEC/CEU agency to petition for credits. Since certification organizations differ in their requirements, please visit your agency to determine petition requirements.
The name you enter when you register for the webinar is the name that will appear on a confirmation of attendance, including typos. Please register with the name you want to appear on the confirmation.
Confirm your registration: Once you register for a webinar, you will receive a confirmation email from the webinar application. The email will come from this address: email@example.com
If you do not receive this confirmation email within 24 hours, then:
Check your spam filter. It may be caught there. Add firstname.lastname@example.org to your safe list. Or, register again with a different email from a different computer that may not block the messages.
Check your company’s policies, which may prohibit emails from an automated system. Add email@example.com to your safe list, or request IT to allow it. Or, register again with a different email from a different computer that may not block the messages.
Consider that the email entered into the system is incorrect, usually because of a typo. If the email is incorrect, register again with the correct email.