Please follow the instructions for preparing workshop proposals carefully. All proposals must be typed in the following format:
- Workshop Cover Sheet
- A. Includes title, presenter information, preferred workshop format, AV requirements, special requests, and approximate budget
- Presenter Information
- Biographical Statement: Include a brief summary of professional experience (for each presenter, no more than one page each), especially that which is pertinent to the proposed program (e.g., previous continuing education workshops conducted)
- Workshop Information
- Abstract: Please give an overview of the proposed workshop (e.g., target audience, objectives, content, methods, etc.) in 100 words or less.
- List of Learning Objectives: Please enumerate the MAIN learning objectives of the workshop, with specific attention to how they relate to applied sport psychology.
- Program Agenda: Please provide an agenda describing workshop methods and learning activities for the duration of the program, including approximate time frames.
- Integration: Please describe in a few paragraphs how the workshop content and methods will enable participants to achieve the learning objectives.
- Justification: Please describe in a few paragraphs how the program will benefit the attendees and why the program is relevant at this time.
Carefully review your workshop proposal for completeness. Proposals that are more detailed and follow the above guidelines are more likely to be reviewed favorably. Workshop proposals will be evaluated by the AASP Continuing Education Committee according to the following criteria: Timeliness and relevance of topic, completeness and quality of proposed program, need for and interest in the topic, and qualifications/expertise of the presenters. Final decisions regarding CE workshops are made after the Spring Executive Board meeting, usually in late April.
Please e-mail your proposal in one attachment with the required elements to Christine Selby by March 1.