The annual ARC-CSI Crash Conference is only a couple months away and early registration ends on April 1, 2013. Registering early saves you $200 off the registration fee.
PLEASE NOTE - this conference is being held May 13-16, 2013 (a couple weeks earlier than normal). We decided to try and move the conference up a couple weeks as it "should" be a little cooler in Las Vegas for crash day!
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This year will mark our 12th consecutive annual crash conference. Every year for the past 11 years, Collision Publishing has hosted this "don't miss" training opportunity to witness multiple, instrumented and documented, full scale crash tests which have consistently been noted for their value as the basis for research and as reference in other research, projects and case work. Without fail, conference attendees leave the conference with a complete collection of the detailed crash data, photos and video.
Supplemented with 3 days of expert presentations and many opportunities to network with your peers, the ARC-CSI Crash Conference has become the crash event of the year!
Don't miss out on this event or the $200.00 in savings by registering by April 1, 2013 - register today!
ACTAR CEU credits will be awarded for this conference. In addition, ACTAR will be hosting an ACTAR exam on Sunday, May 12, 2013 from 8:00 - 5:00 PM at the hotel. www.actar.org
*** Crash Team Boot Camp ***
This will be the third year for the ARC-CSI Crash Team Boot Camp Experience. We only have one spot left -first-come, first served!
A feature added to the ARC-CSI Crash Conference in response to the interest expressed by those who have attended in the past is "Crash Team Boot Camp." Every year, we hear back from those who attend the conference that they'd like an opportunity to learn more about what goes into the crash testing conducted at the conference. They want an opportunity to be involved in the testing directly, learn more about the instrumentation, better understand the outward appearance of "down time" between tests and then see what goes into the "data crunching" after the crash day. They look at the "organized chaos" and want to better understand what's really happening.
For more information and to register, please visit www.arccsi.com