Fall Leadership Conference
The FLC is moving VIRTUAL due to an abundance of factors affecting in-person attendance. See new virtual conference details below!
Wednesday, October 20th 6:30-8:30PM
Thursday, October 21st 6:30-8:30PM
*Registered participants can attend one or both days
Shatter Your Expectations!
Take part in this 2-day event to consult with industry experts and diagnose a patient! You’ll meet with professionals from family medicine, radiology, laboratory science, public health, pharmacology, and psychiatry. By the end of the conference, you will have the interdisciplinary knowledge and skills to diagnose and determine the proper course of action for this patient!
Wednesday, October 20th
6:30-6:55pm Opening Session/Case Introduction
7:00-7:25pm Case Expert #1
7:30-7:55pm Case Expert #2
8:00-8:25pm Case Expert #3
8:25-8:30pm Closing Case Connections
Thursday, October 21st
6:30-6:40pm Opening Announcements/Case Review
6:45-7:10pm Case Expert #4
7:15-7:40pm Case Expert #5
7:45-8:10pm Case Expert #6
8:10-8:30pm Closing Session/Case Completion
COST TO ATTEND
$10.00 per attendee
Registration Instructions (download)
Register Window is October 1-13, 2021
Students and advisors must be affiliated to register for the FLC. There are no chapter limits for the number of students to attend. Late registrations will be accepted through October 15th and the chapter will be charged a $25 late fee. No registrations will be accepted after this date. Substitutions are allowed. Complete and submit the registration process through the HOSA Online System. Once registration is complete, obtain a chapter invoice and send payment to the Wisconsin HOSA State Office. Checks or AHC payments are accepted but not credit cards.
CONFERENCE EXPECTATIONS & FORMS
Attendee Code of Conduct & Participant Form
*The HOSA State Office requires that each attendee read the FLC Code of Conduct. Completed forms should be retained by the chapter advisor prior to the event to ensure the student has permission to attend the virtual HOSA conference.
Local Chapter Advisor Responsibilities
Local advisors are responsible to have each participant read the Attendee Code of Conduct prior to the event. Participant Forms do not need to be turned into the State Office and retained by the chapter advisor instead. There is no advisor form for this event.
Each chapter with registered students must have one advisor registered to attend the virtual conference.
CHAPTER PLANNING DETAILS
All registered attendees will receive an email with virtual conference instructions (access to meeting links and resources) on Monday, October 18, 2021. The conference will take place over Zoom.
Chapters are strongly encouraged to safely come together to attend the Virtual FLC as a chapter community. Create a local chapter event with fun activities and join the FLC as a HOSA group!
Sessions will be recorded and available after the conference to registered attendees.