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June 3-7, 2024
NABITA’s 4th Annual Case Management Summit

  • Date
    June 3-7, 2024
  • Location
    Denver, CO

Join us for our 4th Annual Case Management Summit, a unique training event designed to equip participants with the skills and knowledge needed to implement effective case management services. This year’s Summit will take place from June 3-7, 2024, in Denver, CO. We’re excited to partner with the city of Denver on this exciting event. Read a letter from the Mayor of Denver, welcoming NABITA to his city.

Why Attend?

  • Peer Learning and Inspiration: Engage with industry leaders and fellow practitioners through keynote sessions and featured speakers, gaining unique insights into case management. Benefit from concurrent sessions and roundtable discussions, providing a collaborative environment to learn from your peers.
  • Comprehensive Training: The Summit offers in-person pre- and post-training certification courses, providing attendees with a deep understanding of case management standards and best practices. Learn how to apply case management techniques with unique populations and gain valuable insights into high-impact practices.
  • Ideal for Various Roles: Whether you’re a full-time case manager or have case management responsibilities as part of your job duties, this event is perfect for you. Administrators, BIT/CARE team members, student conduct personnel, academic support staff, disability service providers, and front office customer service professionals will benefit from attending.
  • Collaboration Opportunities: The Summit provides an excellent platform for networking and collaboration. Join forces with other professionals in the field and exchange ideas, share experiences, and build connections that can enhance your practice and expand your professional network.
  • Partner Association Symposium: In conjunction with the Summit, our partner association, ATIXA, will be hosting its Summer Symposium at the same time and location. This presents a unique opportunity to bring your BIT and TIX teams together and explore the intersection of case management and Title IX. Learn more about ATIXA’s Summer Symposium today.

Case Management Summit Schedule

Don’t miss out on this valuable event to enhance your case management skills and improve your practice. Mark your calendar for June 3-7, 2024, and join us in Denver, CO for the 4th Annual Case Management Summit.

Bundle your registrations and save!

This event features 5 certification courses and workshops. Register yourself or your team for two to four courses for a 15% discount, and five or more registrations qualify for a 25% discount. Upon checkout, select the Pay Later option and reach out to conference@nabita.org for discounts to be applied.

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Member Rate:

$399

Non-Member Rate:

$499

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15%

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Schedule

  • Threat & Safety
  • Case Management Standards
  • BIT Operations

Case Management Standards and Best Practices

Monday, June 3-Tuesday, June 4 | 8:30am-4:30pm MST

An in-depth exploration of the NABITA Standards for Case Management.

Good case management occurs at the intersection of standardization and individualized care. Learn how you can standardize your case management processes to ensure you are providing effective, individualized care.

This course focuses on the 24 NABITA Standards of Case Management which outline the structural, process, and quality assurance & assessment elements of non-clinical case management.

In this course, you will:

  • Expand understanding of case management as a defined process and/or position, with specific expectations related to standards of practice
  • Learn approaches to ensure case management is effectively connected to the BIT
  • Gain practical strategies for case management processes and 1:1 service delivery
  • Develop an ability to confidently evaluate case management processes and identify opportunities for growth based on the implementation of the standards
  • Gain meaningful guidance for creating, augmenting, or improving case management functions at your institution

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Structured Interview for Violence Risk Assessment (SIVRA-35)

Monday, June 3-Tuesday, June 4 | 8:30am-4:30pm MST

The Structured Interview for Violence Risk Assessment (SIVRA-35) is a 35-item inventory that is used to assist behavioral intervention team members and clinical staff in conducting a more thorough and research-based violence risk assessment. The SIVRA-35 is designed to assess the risk and protective factors related to an individual’s willingness to engage in violence.

This two-day course will provide an in-depth teaching on how to conduct an effective interview and gather information to score an individual using the SIVRA-35. This will include strategies for increasing likelihood of truthfulness, a discussion on how to phrase questions to probe for specific risk and protective factors, and the opportunity to watch demonstration videos and practice scoring them.

Learning Outcomes

  • Administer the SIVRA-35 tool in an interview through narrative, structured questions with individuals exhibiting a range of concerning behaviors.
  • Conduct a more standardized, research-based violence risk assessment with individuals determined to be at an increased risk.
  • Use a quantitative, numeric scoring key to assist in decision-making

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Establishing a Violence Risk Assessment Process Workshop

Tuesday, June 4 | 8:30am-12:30pm MST

The Title IX regulations mandate an individualized safety or risk analysis before an institution can limit educational access, such as emergency removal. This analysis often can and should take the form of a Violence Risk Assessment (VRA).

This workshop aims to assist practitioners in implementing an evidence-based process that reduces bias, mitigates legal risk exposure, avoids disability discrimination, and ensures consistency in determining (1) if a VRA is necessary, (2) who should conduct the VRA, and (3) what to do after receiving the VRA results report.

Participants will learn how to vet who conducts a VRA, how the VRA varies from other types of assessments, and how to work collaboratively with behavioral intervention, CARE, and threat assessment teams to ensure an efficient and thorough process.

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Registration Check-In

Tuesday, June 4 | 3:00pm-6:00pm MST

Join us to check in for the 2024 Case Management Summit. Meet with NABITA staff and take a sneak peek at the exhibitor tables.

NABITA Welcome Reception

Tuesday, June 4 | 4:30pm-6:00pm MST

Join us ahead of the opening keynote for a welcome reception. Light appetizers and drinks will be served.

Opening Keynote: Considering the Language of Diversity, Inclusion, Equity, and Justice

Tuesday, June 4 | 6:00pm-7:30pm MST

Diversity, inclusion, equity, and justice are hotly contested in our current sociopolitical climate. Yet, professional ethics in many helping professions often reflect an expectation for practitioners to support principles and practices of diversity, inclusion, equity, and even social justice. It is important though to understand the terms of engagement. In this talk, we will engage the following questions: How do diversity, inclusion, equity, and justice interact with each other? How are they distinct, and what do those distinctions mean for how we direct policy, norms, and behavior?

Featured Session A: Involuntary/Voluntary Leaves of Absence

Wednesday, June 5 | 8:30am-10:00am MST

Involuntarily removing a student from an institution can be a complex issue, often involving due process requirements as well as disability elements. A case manager can serve a significant role in managing circumstances when an individual’s behavior or expression of self-harm or harm to others raises concerns and questions about suitability for continued enrollment. The role of your BIT will be important in establishing the nature of the risk posed and the severity of the risk to assist other institutional processes in applying an ADA-based Direct Threat standard or adjudicated through the student conduct process. This session will discuss current cases and challenges and provide recommendations for best practices in addressing these complex cases.

Featured Session A: Using Motivational Interviewing Techniques in Case Management

Wednesday, June 5 | 8:30am-10:00am MST

Non-clinical case managers are often tasked with helping students change some behavior, whether the student is open to the change or not. Motivational Interviewing (MI) is a collaborative form of communication that focuses on behavior change while compassionately exploring ambivalence and resistance. In this session, a Motivational Interviewing expert will offer an overview of MI and how case managers can borrow some of the techniques to work more effectively with resistant students. Attendees will learn about the basic principles of MI, how to build rapport and “roll with resistance,” and how to assess an individual’s willingness to change.

Featured Session A: Optimizing Care Coordination: Unveiling Best Practices in Multi-Site Institutional Settings

Wednesday, June 5 | 8:30am-10:00am MST

Join us as speakers from Dallas College and Tarrant County College share insights into best practices for care coordination within multi-site institutions. Speakers will discuss each institution’s innovative strategies, highlighting successes and lessons learned. Additionally, speakers will provide practical approaches to streamlining care coordination processes. Attendees will gain actionable insights to enhance patient care and outcomes in their multi-site educational settings.

Concurrent Sessions 1: TBA

Wednesday, June 5 | 10:15am-11:30am MST

Three Concurrent Sessions will be offered at this time.

Concurrent Sessions: Concurrent Sessions at the 4th Annual Case Management Summit are designed to be informative and engaging sessions lasting 75 minutes each. The focus is on various areas, including innovative case management practices, research related to case management, assessment or interventions for specialized populations, and best practices in threat, crisis, or violence prevention. Selection criteria emphasize relevance, completeness, professionalism, and the incorporation of evidence-based, promising, and innovative model programs/practices.

Submit your proposal for a Concurrent Session today.

Featured Session B: Investigation/Interview Techniques

Wednesday, June 5 | 1:00pm-2:00pm MST

This presentation will focus on interviewing skills for Case Managers. The presentation will provide Case Managers a solid foundation for interim and long-term actions, as well as using additional threat and risk assessment tools, such as the SIVRA-35. Attendees will learn how to prepare, conduct, and document interviews, as well as discuss how to manage interviews. Presenters will also review key issues regarding trauma-informed interviewing, open and close-ended questioning, reframing, credibility, and reliability.

Featured Session B: The Role of the Case Manager in Title IX Process

Wednesday, June 5 | 1:00pm-2:00pm MST

Higher education case managers are skilled in working with individuals through a variety of challenges by offering support, advocacy, and guidance. These skills can be particularly helpful within the Title IX process. This session will explore the often overlooked yet meaningful role case managers can play in the Title IX process. Case managers can contribute unique perspectives and skills that are instrumental in helping both Complainants and Respondents as they navigate an often complex and lengthy process. Attendees will gain insights into best practices, challenges faced, and the collaborative strategies that empower higher education case managers to play a proactive role in upholding the principles of Title IX on their campuses.

Featured Session B: Case Management, Conflict Resolution, and Circles of Support

Wednesday, June 5 | 1:00pm-2:00pm MST

This presentation will explore how case managers can borrow practices from the field of conflict/alternative dispute resolution (ADR) to both boost retention and support reintegration for students who have taken a leave of absence and are now re-enrolling. Conflict coaching, facilitated dialogues, and circles of support can each enhance case managers’ options for individualized support in different ways. Discover how to plug in to existing options within your institution, develop your own skill set, and evaluate whether additional program options would meaningfully supplement current case management services.

Concurrent Sessions 2: TBA

Wednesday, June 5 | 3:00pm-4:15pm MST

Three Concurrent Sessions will be offered at this time.

Concurrent Sessions: Concurrent Sessions at the 4th Annual Case Management Summit are designed to be informative and engaging sessions lasting 75 minutes each. The focus is on various areas, including innovative case management practices, research related to case management, assessment or interventions for specialized populations, and best practices in threat, crisis, or violence prevention. Selection criteria emphasize relevance, completeness, professionalism, and the incorporation of evidence-based, promising, and innovative model programs/practices.

Submit your proposal for a Concurrent Session today.

Roundtable Session: TBA

Wednesday, June 5 | 4:30-5:30pm MST

Multiple Roundtable Sessions will be offered at this time.

Roundtable Sessions: Roundtable Sessions offer a unique format, lasting 60 minutes, aimed at facilitating discussions among participants on specific case management topics. Unlike traditional presentations, facilitators/presenters lead conversations using prepared discussion questions rather than formal presentations. The selection criteria prioritize the relevance of the topic to case management, the ability of the topic to foster discussion, and the thoughtfulness of the submitted discussion questions. If selected, abstracts and questions will be featured on the event site, and facilitators must submit presentation materials by May 31, 2024, which may be used and distributed by NABITA to members and Summit attendees. Questions can be directed to the Event Committee via email or phone.

Submit your proposal today here.

Featured Session C: Ensuring Student Success: Basic Needs Resources in College Settings

Thursday, June 6 | 8:30am-10:00am MST

In today’s academic landscape, it’s crucial to recognize the impact of basic needs on students’ overall well-being and academic performance. This session will delve into the importance of providing essential resources to help students meet their basic needs, fostering an environment that supports their holistic development. By exploring the various dimensions of basic needs, like food security, housing stability, financial resources, and mental health, audience members will gain valuable insights into the challenges students face in meeting these needs and discuss successful strategies and initiatives implemented across college campuses to address basic needs insecurity.

Featured Session C: Increasing Safety through Coordinated Contacts and Welfare Checks

Thursday, June 6 | 8:30am-10:00am MST

BITs and Case Managers must think intentionally about their response to referrals for students who may be experiencing suicidal ideation or are otherwise at risk. This session will focus on how to establish safety for students who may be at risk of harm by developing adaptive protocols that respond to their individual risk level and consider the most appropriate staff member(s) to address the concern. Additionally, presenters will discuss practical strategies for deploying effective contact attempts and welfare checks including determining the type of contact the situation requires, strategies for training residence life or other staff members involved in safety checks, and how to appropriately and effectively ask questions and assess risk during a welfare check.

Featured Session C: Guns and College Campuses: Examining the Impact on Suicide Rates among Students and Implications for Gun Violence Prevention

Thursday, June 6 | 8:30am-10:00am MST

This study examined the rates and characteristics of 17 to 23-year-old college-age suicide victims (n=29,716) from the years 2003-2020 as recorded in the National Violent Data Reporting System (NVDRS; CDC, 2024). Corroborating prior research, the data confirms elevated rates of suicide among men, the preference for more lethal means such as firearms, and its prevalence across various racial demographics. Moreover, the dataset enables exploration of additional factors including the contextual circumstances, firearm involvement, and geographic areas with the highest incidence rates. Initial observations indicate a notable surge in suicides beginning in 2014, reaching a peak in 2020. This session will delve into a comprehensive review of the data and its associated causative factors.

Concurrent Session 3: TBA

Thursday, June 6 | 10:15am-11:30am MST

Three Concurrent Sessions will be offered at this time.

Concurrent Sessions: Concurrent Sessions at the 4th Annual Case Management Summit are designed to be informative and engaging sessions lasting 75 minutes each. The focus is on various areas, including innovative case management practices, research related to case management, assessment or interventions for specialized populations, and best practices in threat, crisis, or violence prevention. Selection criteria emphasize relevance, completeness, professionalism, and the incorporation of evidence-based, promising, and innovative model programs/practices.

Submit your proposal for a Concurrent Session today.

Concurrent Session 4: TBA

Thursday, June 6 | 1:00pm-2:15pm MST

Three Concurrent Sessions will be offered at this time.

Concurrent Sessions: Concurrent Sessions at the 4th Annual Case Management Summit are designed to be informative and engaging sessions lasting 75 minutes each. The focus is on various areas, including innovative case management practices, research related to case management, assessment or interventions for specialized populations, and best practices in threat, crisis, or violence prevention. Selection criteria emphasize relevance, completeness, professionalism, and the incorporation of evidence-based, promising, and innovative model programs/practices.

Submit your proposal for a Concurrent Session today.

Featured Session D: Foundational Mental Health Education for Non-Clinical Case Managers

Thursday, June 6 | 2:30pm-4:00pm MST

While the majority of higher education case managers operate in non-clinical roles, possessing a fundamental understanding of mental health is crucial for those offering individualized support to students. This session will explore the essential aspects of integrating mental health awareness into the realm of higher education case management, with a specific focus on those who have not had formal clinical training. The presenter will delve into key components, including risk assessment strategies, recognizing signs of distress, and implementing personalized interventions.

Featured Session D: Partnering with Parents, Guardians, and Emergency Contacts

Thursday, June 6 | 2:30pm-4:00pm MST

A case manager knows that more, not less, information about a student of concern is beneficial in getting that student connected with tailored support options. However, when it comes to partnering with parents, guardians, and other emergency contacts, some case managers are hesitant to engage given the potential challenges of engaging outside support and resources. In this session, we’ll discuss strategies for effectively partnering with parents, guardians, and other contacts. Participants will leave with a solid understanding of the fundamentals of the federal student privacy law, FERPA, and how it impacts communicating with and partnering with others. Additionally, participants will gain specific strategies for facilitating communication with others that assists in reducing risk and supporting students.

Featured Session D: Being a Trauma-Informed Higher Education Professional

Thursday, June 6 | 2:30pm-4:00pm MST

Being a trauma-informed higher ed professional means acknowledging that traumatic experiences can play a role in how students act and react in the college environment, and proactively identifying and avoiding ways in which students may be triggered. This session is intended to help higher ed professionals better understand the experiences of students who have experienced trauma and are interested in creating a safer, more comfortable space for those students to thrive on campus.

Non-Clinical Assessment of Suicide (NAS)

Friday, June 7 | 8:30am-4:30pm MST

Participants in this course will learn how to triage risk related to suicide using the Non-Clinical Assessment of Suicide tool (NAS). The NAS relies on research-based risk and protective factors to help non-clinical professionals triage the overall risk for suicide an individual poses. The instructors in this course will provide an overview of how to identify an individual who may be experiencing suicidal ideation, strategies for asking about suicide in a one-on-one appointment, and in-depth teaching of the NAS as a suicide assessment tool. Additionally, participants will learn how to make an effective referral to clinical mental health services and deploy appropriate interventions based on the level of risk assessed using the NAS.

After completing this training, participants will be able to…

  • Identify an individual who may be experiencing suicidal ideation
  • Recognize common risk and protective factors for suicide
  • Administer the NAS in an interview through narrative, structured questions with individuals exhibiting a range of concerning behaviors related to suicide
  • Make an effective referral to clinical mental health services
  • Deploy appropriate interventions based on the level of risk assessed using the NAS

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Collaboration and Support: Addressing the Intersection of BIT, Conduct, and Disability Support Workshop

Friday, June 7 | 8:30am-12:30pm MST

Given the shared goals of student development, access, support, accountability, and community safety, it is not surprising that behavioral intervention teams (BITs), student conduct, and disability support often address overlapping concerns. This overlap emphasizes the need for discussion and planning on how these areas intersect, especially regarding student behavior and conduct, hospitalizations, and returning from a leave of absence. This workshop will assist institutions in developing approaches that align with best practices and provide adequate support to students.

After completing this training, participants will be able to…

  • Understand the intersection of BIT, student conduct, and disability support
  • Identify appropriate practices as it relates to supporting students whose disability-related behavior violates the code of conduct and/or presents a risk to themselves or others
  • Develop appropriate practices for students experiencing behavioral health hospitalization
  • Distinguish return to campus practices after voluntary/involuntary leave

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Event Speakers

Linda Abbott, L.M.H.C.

Consultant, TNG & NABITA Advisory Board Member

Aaron Austin, Ed.D.

Consultant, TNG & NABITA Advisory Board Member

Tim Cason, M.Ed.

Vice President, NABITA; Consultant, TNG & NABITA Advisory Board Member

Erin Halligan-Avery, Ph.D.

President, ConcernCenter, Inc.

Mandy Hambleton, M.S.

Director, Content Development

Danette Horne

Acting Director of Counseling and Psychological Services, University of Arkansas

W. Scott Lewis, J.D.

Managing Partner, TNG & Chair, NABITA Advisory Board

Leon Minor, M.S.

Director of Student Conduct and Prevention Education - NW Campus, Tarrant County College

Mikiba Morehead, M.A., Ed.D.

Consultant, TNG

Josie Nicholson, Ph.D.

Assistant A.D. for Sport Psychology, University of Mississippi

April Owens, M.S.

Director of Student Care Network Coordination, Dallas College

Kim Pacelli, M.Ed., J.D.

Partner, TNG

Marjorie D. Sanfilippo, Ph.D.

Associate Dean of Faculty & Executive Director of the Center for Academic Excellence, Eckerd College

Makenzie Schiemann, M.S., Ph.D.

President, NABITA; Partner, TNG & NABITA Advisory Board Member

Tara Shollenberger, Ed.D. 

Assistant Professor of Leadership Studies, High Point University

D-L Stewart, Ph.D.

Professor and Chair, Higher Education Department, Morgridge College of Education, University of Denver

Call for Proposals

This year we are excited to offer two types of sessions for program proposals: Concurrent Sessions and Roundtable Sessions

The Call for Proposals closes on Friday, May 3rd. Notifications of acceptance/rejection will go out electronically by Friday, May 10th.

Proposals can be submitted here

Please see below for more information:

Concurrent Sessions: Concurrent Sessions at the 4th Annual Case Management Summit are designed to be informative and engaging sessions lasting 75 minutes each. The focus is on various areas, including innovative case management practices, research related to case management, assessment or interventions for specialized populations, and best practices in threat, crisis, or violence prevention. Selection criteria emphasize relevance, completeness, professionalism, and the incorporation of evidence-based, promising, and innovative model programs/practices.

Roundtable Sessions: Roundtable Sessions offer a unique format, lasting 60 minutes, aimed at facilitating discussions among participants on specific case management topics. Unlike traditional presentations, facilitators/presenters lead conversations using prepared discussion questions rather than formal presentations. The selection criteria prioritize the relevance of the topic to case management, the ability of the topic to foster discussion, and the thoughtfulness of the submitted discussion questions. If selected, abstracts and questions will be featured on the event site, and facilitators must submit presentation materials by May 31, which may be used and distributed by NABITA to members and Summit attendees. Questions can be directed to the Event Committee via email or phone.

If your Concurrent or Roundtable is selected, the abstract/questions provided in the application will be included on the event site. Please make sure the abstract/questions clearly convey the objective, theme, and style of the session.

All questions should be directed to the Event Committee via email to conference@nabita.org or by phone at 484-321-3651.

Sponsors and Exhibitors

Contact conference@nabita.org for more information and to secure your spot at our upcoming event.

NABITA Welcomes Guardian as an On-Site Exhibitor. 

Guardian Case Management Software, by Campus Kaizen, is the most configurable, most user-friendly case management software available to K-12 and Higher Education, and is the go-to system for clients who want a case management software that conforms to their processes and needs.

Guardian is often used by a single client to intake reports of and manage cases of Title IX, Student Conduct, Behavioral Intervention, Academic Integrity, Employee Relations, Bullying and more! Guardian is offered to clients as “All-In,” meaning a particular client may use Guardian for any and all functions they desire without additional cost.

Key Guardian features include the ability to create unique workflows for each type of case, segregate case access by person and/or case type, advanced analytics and automated reporting.

Visit Guardian’s website for more information!

Current Partners

NABITA welcomes ATIXA as a partner.

The Association of Title IX Administrators (ATIXA) is the premier Title IX association for promoting gender equity in schools and organizations. ATIXA’s experienced faculty members offer comprehensive education and consulting services.

ATIXA is committed to enhancing the safety and well-being of your community. We also provide extensive resources to the Title IX field, including scholarships, membership benefits, surveys, publications, and complimentary events.

ATIXA is committed to promoting, developing, and safeguarding the practice of Title IX administration and those who work in this field.

NABITA welcomes TNG Consulting as a partner. 

TNG Consulting is the nation’s leader in educating and training others around critical issues related to safety and risk management. From proactive safety efforts to incident response to policies and procedures for long-term impact, we empower schools, colleges, and organizations to create long-term impact and safer, healthier communities.

Location and Hotel

Courses will be held on-site at the Embassy Suites by Hilton Denver Downtown Convention Center located at 1420 Stout Street, Denver, Colorado, 80202. Contact the hotel directly at 303-592-1000 and mention NABITA or click here to register on our personalized link.

Discounted room rates start at $229/ night, plus taxes and fees, and are available until the group block is sold out or our cut-off date of May 11, 2024. Attendees will be required to provide a first night’s deposit and one-night room, and tax will be charged if a reservation is canceled less than 48 hours in advance. There is no self-parking available, but a discounted $44/night for valet parking is available.

NABITA cannot make special arrangements or assist in capturing discounted room rates post-room block closing date of May 11, 2024, or by selling out. Any reservations made after the group block has closed will be accepted on a space and room-type availability and at prevailing room rates.

Directions

For information on directions and transportation to the Embassy Suites Denver Downtown, click here.

Denver International Airport
Distance from Hotel – 25 miles, Drive Time – 36 minutes

Self-parking is not available at the event hotel. Valet is available for $44.00 + tax per night.

Meals

NABITA will provide a continental breakfast each morning, a mid-morning coffee/tea break, and an afternoon snack each day. Lunch and dinner each evening will be on your own. Dining near the Embassy Suites Denver Downtown.

Attendee Receptions
The attendee reception will be held Tuesday from 4:30-6:00pm MST. Travel companions are welcome to attend as well.

Super Members & K-12 Professional Development Package holders are also invited to a lunch reception on Wednesday.

A closing reception will be held Thursday from 4:00-5:30pm MST.

Scholarship

Click here to apply. Scholarships are awarded to attend training & certification courses only. Applicants must be able to provide their own transportation, lodging, and meals. There will be no virtual attendance options.

Scholarship applications will close on April 19, 2024  and we will notify attendees of their status on April 26th. Click here to apply.

FAQs / Find Your Answers

Training courses will be held at the Embassy Suites Denver Downtown located at 1420 Stout St, Denver, CO 80202.

Call to reserve a room at the hotel directly by calling 303-592-1000 or clicking here for a direct reservation link book your room today! Guest room pricing starts at $229 plus hotel taxes, fees. Discounted rates are available until the block closes May 11, 2024.

Case Management Summit

  • Member Rate: $399
  • Non-Member Rate: $499

Certification Courses

Member-Discounted Rates:

  • One-day  Course – $735
  • Two-Day Course – $1,375
  • One-Day Workshop – $399

Non-Member Rates:

  • One-Day  Course – $835
  • Two-Day Course – $1,475
  • One-Day Workshop – $499

Register for a NABITA Training and Certification Course and receive a 15% discount off of the Summit pricing.

Multi-Course Discounted Rates:

  • 1st grouped individual – full price of registration
  • 2-4 grouped individuals – 15% discount on registrations
  • 5+ grouped individuals – 25% discount on registrations

If you are interested in registering a large group, please contact inquiry@tngconsulting.com for personalized assistance.

NABITA will provide continental breakfast each morning, a mid-morning coffee/tea break, and an afternoon snack each day. Lunch and dinner each evening will be on your own.

Yes, discounts are available. Registering for multiple courses or multiple participants is a great way to save.

Individualized discounts are as follows:

  • 1st registration – full price of registration
  • 2-4 registrations – 15% discount
  • 5+ registrations – 25% discount

Please create your order, click the “Pay Later” option upon checkout, and reach out to conference@nabita.org for discounts to be applied.

NABITA understands that circumstances change, and events may arise that prohibit your ability to attend a training after you have registered. Our cancellation policy is outlined below:

  • Registration cancellation more than 3 months prior to event start date = 100% credit for up to 1 year minus a 15% or $99 processing fee, whichever is lower
  • Registration cancellation more than 1-3 months prior to event start date = 75% credit for up to 1 year
  • Registration cancellation more than 2 weeks-1 month prior to event start date = 50% credit for up to 1 year
  • Registration cancellation less than 2 weeks prior to event start date forfeits fee, including Super Members / K-12 Professional Development Package holders applying a training inclusion member benefit
  • Exceptions due to unavoidable hardship are made at the discretion of the Executive Director and requests can be sent to events@nabita.org
  • Please refer to NABITA’s event policies for more information.

NABITA has created a downloadable Supervisor Justification Letter to customize and send to your supervisor to demonstrate the value of our in-person training courses. Download the Training Justification Letter Now

Please check your NABITA Event Lobby to ensure that you see your course name. You may also contact NABITA at conference@nabita.org so that we can provide assistance or use the chat feature in the lower right-hand corner of the NABITA site.

Those attending training and certification courses will receive a 2-year certification and renew any current certifications. Those attending courses or workshops will NOT receive a certification, but will receive digital badges. Workshop attendees receive 4 CCCs. Click here to learn more about CCCs.

NABITA provides accommodations in compliance with all federal laws. We work with our attendees to provide a positive experience, the registration process has a location to detail needed accommodations.

Please click here to view all that we provide.

Click here to apply. Scholarships are awarded to attend training & certification courses only. Applicants must be able to provide their own transportation, lodging, and meals. There will be no virtual attendance options.

Scholarship applications will close on April 19, 2024  and we will notify attendees of their status on April 26th. Click here to apply.

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