Missouri Investigators Association Conference 2021
2021 Annual Training Conference
Stone Castle Hotel & Conference Center, Branson, MO
May 24-27, 2021
Conference Information: The MOIA fee includes annual dues, continental breakfast, two lunches and one dinner. Each class offered will provide the attendee POST OR Continuing Education Credit. PI Continuing Education Credit has been submitted for approval to the Division of Professional Registration. To receive credit, the attendee must attend 100% of the class. All questions regarding the training curriculum should be addressed to Denetta Amor at email@example.com or Larry Fish at firstname.lastname@example.org
Who should attend? State Investigators, Law Enforcement Officers, Private Investigators, Security and Loss Prevention Managers, including administrative personnel assigned to those investigative/regulatory agencies.
Dress: Conference attire is casual. Remember to include appropriate clothing for after-hour activities (pool, hot-tub, dancing, golf, etc). If you are required to carry a weapon, please conceal it if possible.
Hotel Information: Stone Castle Hotel & Conference Center. Directions: Located off of Branson 76 Strip on Green Mountain Drive. The hotel address is 3050 Green Mountain Drive, Branson, MO 65616.
Call 417-335-4700 for reservations and ask for the MOIA rate.
The room rate is $80.00 per night.
Networking and Socials: In addition to the excellent training sessions, the conference provides opportunities to network with your peers from other agencies and make contacts that can be beneficial to carrying out your normal job duties. Some of the networking opportunities include golf, boating, swimming, dining, a BBQ and an evening hospitality suite. Bring your business cards to share.
Cancellation Policy: Registrations that are not cancelled by May 21, 2021 will be liable for the entire
- May 24-27, 2021
- M, Tu, W and Th, 4 sessions
- Stone Castle - Branson, MO
- $140Fee Breakdown
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