The 2015 IPRA Essentially Yours Annual Conference is returning to the Blue Chip in Michigan City. Mark your calendars for January 14-16, 2015. Sign up here for Pre-Conference Registration for the 2015 IPRA Conference.
The 2015 IPRA Essentially Yours Annual conference is returning to the Blue Chip in Michigan City. Mark your calendars for January 14-16, 2015.The Exhibit Hall is filling up, there are only 5 booth spaces left. Register for a booth space for the conference here.Announcement 3
Once again, IPRA will host several extremely important certification/education sessions prior to the 2015 state conference. NRPA’s Aquatic Facility Operator (AFO) course will be offered on January 6-7 at the Krannert Park Center, Indianapolis, IN. Find more information about the AFO course here. NRPA’s Certified Playground Safety Inspector (CPSI) course will be offered on January 12-13 and testing on January 14 at the Blue Chip in Michigan City. Find more information about the CPSI course here.
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