Preparing Written Materials

TBA asks that all speakers provide quality materials for each CLE. Written materials are the one piece of the program that leaves with each person. Think about the helpful materials you still refer back to when crafting your content. You may want to create a checklist, a step-by-step process, or maybe even a more detailed review of your topic. Focus on your strengths and choose a style that works best for you and your topic.

For each presentation you will receive CLE credit for the hours you present and/or attend. Those who provide up to four pages of material will receive two times the credit (program hours), and those who provide five or more pages of material will receive four times the credit (program hours).


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