Our annual NAA Education Conference and Exposition is only weeks away. The conference attracts thousands of apartment industry professionals from across the country and is a great way to learn more about the issues facing our industry, expand your network of professional contacts and see first-hand some of the exciting work being done by others in multifamily housing.
Unfortunately, not everyone can afford the time away from the office or the expense of traveling to Boston for three days to attend sessions. For those of you who aren’t able to attend the conference in person, this year you have even more options for learning and benefitting from the knowledge shared at the conference.
For the first time, the National Apartment Association will be offering for purchase audio and video recordings of most of the education sessions. The complete set of 20 video-recorded and 17 audio-recorded (with PowerPoint slides) sessions is available for purchase for $99, if ordered before June 15. That’s a $200 savings over the post-conference price. This is the first time NAAEI has offered video recordings of sessions. In the past, we have only offered audio recordings.
These recordings are ideal for training onsite leasing, maintenance and management staff. They are also perfect for the senior industry professional who can’t spare the time away from the office to attend the conference but who still wants to keep up with the latest trends being seen in the industry and the new resources available to them and their staffs. The complete set of recorded sessions can be ordered here.
If you don’t want to order recorded copies of the sessions, then you can still take advantage of some of the knowledge shared at the conference by following NAA and NAAEI on social media. Make sure you’re following us on Twitter @NAAEI and @NAAEduConf. Also, you can follow Twitter conversations about the conference with the #NAAEduConf hashtag. You can find NAA and NAAEI on Facebook.
We’ll be tweeting live from conference sessions, as well as sharing resources on Facebook and through blog posts on the NAA website.
To those of you planning to attend the conference, I look forward to seeing you there. If you haven’t already done so, be sure to register before Thursday when registration fees increase.