Date: October 2-3, 2018Time: 12:00 pm to 5 pm on October 2, 8 am to 4:30 pm, October 3Location: BSC National Energy Center of Excellence, 1200 Schafer Street, Bismarck State College CampusDescription of event: This conference is intended for IT, Critical Infrastructure, Small Business Owners, Government, Education/Students and more. Come and listen to trends, techniques, and responses in the cybersecurity and critical infrastructure industries. Through collaboration and education, this conference aims to educate and expand the horizons of individuals in the IT industry, small business owners, students and others.Target Audience: IT, Critical Infrastructure, Small Business Owners, Government, Education/StudentsHow to register: Visit: http://bit.ly/bsc27763.Participants will need to set up a “student profile” and then add the class to their cart. For questions please call 701-224-5600.Any CEU’s for any groups? Professional Development Hour Certificates available upon request.Hotel Rooms? Blocks of rooms are on hold until Friday, September 14 at the Hampton Inn & Suites/701-751-5656 ($109+tax) or Ramada Inn & Suites/701-258-7000 (state rates available)Early registration ($175) available until September 26; Onsite fee ($199) September 27 through days of event.
The 2018 conference is fast approaching. The conference is scheduled for October 31-November2, 2018 at the Ramkota Hotel in Bismarck, ND. Plan now to attend all three days or only the days that fit your schedule. Every day offers something for everyone. Exhibitor space is still available. The key note address features Dan Fuller, West Fargo Fire Chief discussing the Magellan Tank Fire. Eighteen breakout sessions provide a variety of topics directed to medical, fire, and law enforcement responders as well as emergency managers and private business representatives. Seven classes are also scheduled: HazMatIQ, HazWOPER refresher, HazMat Operations, HazMat Incident Command, Traffic Incident Management, Pipeline Security for Rural Communities, and Rail Car Incidents. Registration for classes is limited. Now is the time to register to reserve your seat.The final agenda and speaker bios are attached for pre-view. Applications are in process for POST Board and Emergency Medical Services continuing education credits. ND residents are eligible for partial travel reimbursement.More information and registration is available at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/2018-north-dakota-hazardous-materials-conference-tickets-44188611326.
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