IFCPP 2009 Annual Conference & Certification Program will be held at the Art Institute of Chicago in downtown Chicago, IL, August 12-14, 2009.

IFCPP 2009 Annual Conference & Certification Program

The International Foundation for Cultural Property Protection’s Eleventh Annual Conference, Seminar & Certification Program will be held at the Art Institute of Chicago in downtown Chicago, IL, August 12-14, 2009.  We are very excited about this unique opportunity to explore one of the nation’s richest cultural communities.

This year’s conference will include:
*2 full days of all-new educational sessions, presented by the nation’s leading cultural property protection authorities
*Updated CIPM & CIPM II certification courses
*An evening welcome reception/mixer at the Loyola University Museum of Art
*An evening host reception at the Art Institute’s famous Stock Exchange Trading Room
*Post-conference CIPS officer certification
*Significantly discounted downtown lodging
*and much more…

The theme for this year’s big event will be “Protecting Our Institutions in the Toughest of Times”.

The 2009 conference will include pre-conference, post-conference, and nighttime cultural activities.  Co-hosted by the Chicago Chapter of the IFCPP and the Art Institute of Chicago, the Foundation will continue the tradition of bringing the very best in programs, presenters, and conference activities to attendees from across the U.S. and abroad, with representation from every aspect of the professional spectrum.

IFCPP also plans to webcast educational sessions for those that aren’t able to travel to Chicago this year.

The IFCPP conference team welcomes administrators, facilities managers, human resources personnel, registrars, curatorial staff, security staff, and law enforcement professionals from cultural and public institutions of any size or scope to participate in the leading protection event of the year.

IFCPP offers essential training and education in this very specialized field, and the only certification programs recognizing and enhancing the skills and experience of those who protect our public and cultural facilities.  Don’t miss this unique opportunity to acquire the latest information on the protection of your institutions!

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