The presentation of each Continuing Education Workshop requires specific collaboration between presenters and AASP, via its management group. The responsibilities assumed by all parties are outlined below.
- Design a workshop that provides an in-depth educational experience on a topic relevant to applied sport psychology that is both experiential and interactive with clear learning objectives and outcomes.
- Read and complete a Conflict of Interest Statement.
- Develop appropriate workshop materials (e.g., handouts for participants).
- Conduct a workshop that meets the predetermined learning objectives and outcomes.
- Notify the AASP Continuing Education Chair of any changes in address or contact information for presenter(s)
- Ensure that the first author, who must also be the primary presenter, is a current member of AASP at the time of proposal submission and the AASP Annual Conference in which the workshop is given.
- Submit a voucher documenting lodging and per diem expenses post conference.
- Provide professional, developmental, and technical assistance.
- Prepare and disseminate publicity materials.
- Establish registration fees and determine deadlines.
- Collect registration fees and process registration materials.
- Manage on-site activities, including registration, attendance, educational resource sales, and workshop evaluation.
- Record and maintain database of Continuing Education Contact hours.
- Collect, dispense, and account for all funds.
- Make the final determination (based on the number of pre-registered participants) whether the workshop will be held.
- Notify the presenter, participants, and the workshop facility in the event of cancellation.
- Collect, summarize, and distribute the program evaluations.
- Make arrangements with the facility for room set-up and audio-visual equipment.
- Manage A/V and room set up on site.