ASLA uses an electronic tracking system for education programs to provide attendance verification. A label is affixed to your meeting badge that will track all of the sessions you attend when you enter a meeting room. Do not remove this label from your badge; otherwise you will not receive credit. To be counted, attendees must arrive within the first 15 minutes of a session and stay until the session concludes.
Following the meeting, an attendee may obtain a certificate providing proof of the PDH earned throughout the annual meeting. Attendance certification based on this data will be available from the time you are at the meeting, and will remain active on the ASLA website for 7 years.
While accessing your attendance report, you will need to submit feedback for individual sessions you attended. You can quickly and easily do this by clicking on the icon in front of each course listing. Only sessions in which the survey has been completed will appear on your transcript. Your evaluation is critical to the development and improvement of future education programs.
The exact number of hours accepted for licensure purposes may vary by state, but ASLA has made every effort to structure educational opportunities that adhere to the most widely acknowledged guidelines of state registration boards requiring continuing education. Specific questions should be directed to your state licensing board.
Past annual meeting attendance records can be found here.
To view your PDH Certificate for the sessions you attended at the ASLA 2017 Annual Meeting, click here. Enter your badge number and the email address you used to register for the meeting to view your record. If you cannot remember your badge number, click the "Forgot your badge number?" link. You must complete evaluations for each session you attended before receiving credit for that session. If you have any questions, click on the "Need Help?" link at the bottom of the page to submit a help request.