Note: This event was originally scheduled as an in-person affair. Due to rising Covid numbers, it has been converted to a virtual event.
The most current information and registration can be found via the registration link above.
The 26th Annual North Carolina Workers' Compensation Educational Conference will be held October 5-8, 2021.
The program for this three-day event is organized by the North Carolina Industrial Commission, and the Conference is held in cooperation with the International Workers' Compensation Foundation (IWCF). The agenda will cover recent developments affecting the North Carolina workers' compensation system. It will offer 18 topics, providing up to 12 hours of continuing education credits. Application will be made for credits in the following occupations: North Carolina attorneys (CLE), paralegals (CPE), North Carolina adjusters (CE credit), human resources professionals (SHRM), and rehabilitation providers (CE for CRC, CDMS and CCM). COHNs, CRRNs and any other discipline will be provided, upon request, with a certificate of completion for credit submission.
The goal of this Conference is to educate everyone with a professional interest in the North Carolina workers' compensation system regarding current law, rules, procedures, policies and forms, and to provide an opportunity for dialogue among these participants.