Teach for GCSAA
Find out how you can become involved in GCSAA's industry leading education program at the Golf Industry Show and via webcasts
The submission process to Teach for GCSAA for the 2016 conference in San Diego, Feb. 6-11, is now closed. Proposals for 2016 will be reviewed during the 2015 Conference Education Task Group in May. Those who have been selected to speak will be notified following that meeting.
Proposals to teach for GCSAA in 2017 will be solicited early next year.
Teaching for GCSAA allows you to share your experience and practical knowledge with your fellow golf course professionals. Submissions are accepted from educators, superintendents, assistant superintendents, equipment managers and others in the industry.
GCSAA looks for proposals of all lengths to ensure the annual education conference is full of engaging, cutting-edge education. The conference includes seminars, sessions, workshops and panels ranging from 20 minutes to 8 hours.
GCSAA hosts 90-minute live webcasts created specifically for the golf course industry. Do you have a management challenge or is there a current issue in your region that would make an interesting topic for an upcoming event? If you happen to know an expert who can speak on the topic, we’d like to know that, too. For more information about webcasts, contact Lisa Wick, senior manager, e-learning programs.
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