FAQ

EDUCATION WEEK 2.0 FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

 

FICP was pleased to provide one-of-a-kind virtual education and networking event during Education Week 2.0 View the schedule of events for the latest information.

What did my registration fee include? 

FICP Education Week 2.0 registration includes access to all live and on-demand sessions and networking activities June 21-24, and all session proceedings and recordings.

Were sessions recorded? If yes, how do I access the recordings?

All permitted sessions were recorded and are now available on-demand through the Education Week 2.0 community within TheNetwork. Keynote session recordings will be available in the TheNetwork through Thursday, December 23, 2021. All other session recordings will be available indefinitely.

How do I earn CMP credits for attending?

One week after the virtual event, FICP will submit session attendance rosters to the Events Industry Council (EIC). If you registered for Education Week 2.0 with the same email address associated with your Events Industry Council CMP Account, the event will automatically be added to your account. Once you receive an email confirming that your attendance has been recorded, log into your CMP account and “edit” the event in your portal to record the total number of hours you spent in educational sessions. For more information on claiming CE after an FICP event, visit our website: https://www.ficpnet.com/Learn/CMP-Center.

How can I find out who else attended?

You can access the full list of Education Week 2.0 attendees on TheNetwork. Click here for the final attendee list. Registered attendees have access to a list with email addresses in the Education Week 2.0 community here. Registered attendees have access to a list with email addresses in the Education Week 2.0 community here.

What virtual event platform was the event be held on? 

All sessions were be held via Zoom. Networking activities took place on three different platforms – Remo, Gatheround, and Wonder.

How can I get more information about the networking tool platforms?

  • Gatheround is free for up to 40 participants but you can upgrade to a Pro subscription for up to 200 participants and FICP attendees can use code FICP25 for 25% off their first month.
  • Remo allows first-time users a risk-free, 14-day trial by clicking here.
  • Wonder is currently free to use. Get your own Wonder room instantly here.

What was the Fun(racer) Step Challenge?

19 teams participated in FICP’s first-ever Fun(racer) Step Challenge. The challenge was based on the team’s cumulative steps from Monday, June 21 at 12:01 a.m. CDT through Thursday, June 24 at 11:59 p.m. CDT. Teams could track their progress against other teams on the step challenge leaderboard on TheNetwork.

How much was raised for The Above and Beyond Foundation? How many total steps were taken?

For every 100,000 cumulative steps, FICP donated $100 to The Above and Beyond Foundation, up to $2,000. FICP attendees well-exceeeded this goal by taking a total of 5,507,779 steps!

Who was the winning team? How many steps did they accumulate?

The winning team for our Fun(racer) Steps Challenge was team 10 with 531,273 steps. Congratulations to Eliza Barros, Christopher De Medeiros, Kristin Kenny, Kathryn Millard, Lisa Ray, Michael Burke, Tara Chaffee, Linda Kath, Colleen Keenan and Paige Williams!

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