Career Courses are limited to a small group of participants and registration is upon a first-come, first-served basis upon the payment of a fee. Registration for online courses occurs on a rolling basis throughout the year and is announced via the Association’s monthly newsletter and social media channels. Registration for on-site courses opens at the time of Annual Convention registration.
Should a person be unable to add a Career Course to their ISAnet cart, this means that the course is full. An individual may contact ISA’s Director of Professional Development to be added to the waitlist for that course.
Course fees differ depending on whether the course is offered virtually or in person at the Annual Convention. For virtual Career Courses, the fee is $15 for courses that range from one to two hours. For online courses that last more than two hours (whether one session or spread over a series of sessions), the fee is $25.
Registration for an on-site conference Career Course is $25 and participants must also be registered for the Annual Convention to take part in an on-site course.
Please note that Career Course registration is non-refundable. Thus, individuals who have registered for courses that are taking place at the Annual Convention should check their schedule prior to registering for a Career Course to ensure that no panel or other commitments conflict with the timing of the course. ISA Program Chairs cannot make schedule changes to accommodate career course participation. To read ISA's complete Career Course policy, please visit: https://www.isanet.org/ISA/Governance/Policy-and-Procedures/ID/2563/Career-Courses.
Interest in participating in ISA Career Courses is always greater than the number of spaces available in any given Career Course. Thus, if you previously registered for a Career Course (whether online or an in-person) but are ultimately unable to attend the course, please notify ISA’s Director of Professional Development as soon as possible. This allows for the space to be made available to other interested participants.