What: Learn more about critical organizing, concepts, skills, and resources with educational courses and webinars
Who: Various conference roles
When: Varies by area of responsibility
MCE has made the organizing experience easier, more effective, and enjoyable by providing learning opportunities for conference organizers of all experience levels, locations, organizational units, or role.
The education offerings allow organizers to conveniently and easily gain understanding of the principles and skills necessary for running an IEEE sponsored conference. Learn what is required, review standards and “best practices,” see all the new tools, and discover what MCE resources are available. You are encouraged to take the time up front to learn the most efficient methods and tools to use when planning and executing your conference. You will end up saving your valuable time by using the most current applications and implementing proven best practices from the start.
Self-paced courses provide organizers with in-depth information and skills on specific conference functions or roles. Narrated by a subject-matter expert, the modules are under 45 minutes in length, including knowledge checks and a final quiz.
Professional-development hours are offered upon completion.
Courses are available in the following conference topical areas:
The courses are accessible at the IEEE Center for Learning Excellence (CLE). All courses are offered at no cost but require registration via an IEEE Account. Creating an IEEE Account is fast and simple.
IEEE staff cannot access the IEEE Center for Leadership Excellence (CLE) using the IEEE Account that is assigned to them. For CLE access, please create a new IEEE Account, using a personal e-mail address.
Monthly one-hour webinars are designed to inform and educate organizers, with topics ranging range from "basics" to "advanced skills." Attendees can expect to take away practical and useful information, along with hands-on knowledge and skills. You can also ask questions and receive immediate feedback. Sessions will be recorded and available on a replay basis as well.
Upcoming live webinars
MCE Conference Education Program Overview
Tuesday, 30 September 2014
2 p.m. to 3 p.m. (ET)
IEEE Conference Application & Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) Process
Thursday 23 October 2014
3 p.m. to 4 p.m. (ET)
If you are interested in participating in any of the live webinars, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Playback of previous webinars
No replays available at this time
Replays of webinars are accessible at the IEEE Center for Learning Excellence (CLE) and are offered at no cost; you must register via an IEEE Account.
Setting up an IEEE Account is fast and simple.
Workshops enable deeper discussion and exploration of conference principles and topics through presentation, discussion, and exercises. Workshops are customized by MCE to meet the needs, goals, experience level, and time available.
Leadership Workshops are available in two formats:
Note: The OU host organization is responsible for the cost of the workshop arrangements and coordinating the communication and registration of participants.
Interested in conducting a Conference Leadership Workshop? Please contact Kevin Hanft, Senior Manager, Conference Organizer Education and Engagement, IEEE MCE (email@example.com or +1 732 562-5598).
These step-by-step tutorials were created to walk you through the IEEE Conference Application. The tutorials are available in the following languages: English, Chinese (Mandarin), French, and Spanish.
Learn how to:
Start a new application
Complete an application you started
Find the status of a submitted application
IEEE is ready to help. If you have questions about starting a new conference or other questions about organizing a conference, contact the IEEE Meetings, Conferences and Events Customer Relationship Management (CRM) team.
Conferences provide an opportunity for technical professionals to share information and connect with each other.