No matter what your role is in public safety, NENA's Annual Conference & Expo delivers the education, resources, and contacts you need to be better equipped to do your job and actively prepare for the road ahead. Featuring inspiring keynote speakers, dozens of education and training sessions designed to inform and empower, comprehensive full-day and multi-day courses and workshops with real-world applications, unparalleled opportunities to network with peers and make the right connections, and an expo hall showcasing cutting-edge products and services, this is the must-attend event of the year for today’s emergency communications professional. NENA 2014 is June 14-19 in Nashville, TN.
At the NENA Development Conference (formerly TDC/ODC), you have the opportunity to learn, in-depth, about the latest issues facing public safety, collaborate with your peers on documents and standards that will govern the emergency communications landscape of the 21st Century, and contribute to 9-1-1’s long-term ability to overcome (and proactively prevent) the challenges ahead. NDC 2014 is October 5-8 in Orlando, FL.
9-1-1 Goes To Washington is a dynamic forum with educational sessions, keynote speeches and outreach on today's most critical 9-1-1 and emergency communications policy issues. Attendees hear directly from policy makers, Members of Congress, FCC Commissioners and Administration officials and represent their state in meetings on Capitol Hill. 9-1-1GTW 2014 is March 23-26 in Arlington, VA.
This conference, held in conjunction
with URISA, focuses on the importance of addresses and locations in 9-1-1,
public safety, emergency management and other fields. GIS professionals,
addressing coordinators, planners, 9-1-1 and emergency response specialists
come together for workshops, education, collaboration and networking. 2014 date and location TBD.