Call for Presenters
The CCWC Conference Committee would like to invite you to submit relevant educational topics for the CCWC 17th Annual Conference, taking place July 17-19, 2019 at Disney's Grand Californian Hotel® & Spa. The program typically includes up to 20 sessions with panels of two to three speakers.
Although the CCWC Conference Committee develops the majority of the presentations, we ask any interested CCWC member to submit a presentation proposal for consideration in the 2019 program. Proposals from our members are given priority consideration, but we will also consider those from non-member organizations.
The survey will ask for the following information:
- Submission contact information
- CCWC members or organizations you are currently working with
- Session speaker names, titles, and organizations
- Session description and learning objectives
The deadline for submissions has been extended to Wednesday, January 2, 2019.
The Conference Committee will review all proposals. You will be notified of next steps in the selection
process by January 15, 2019.
If you have any questions, please contact Mandy Puliz, via email at email@example.com, or by phone at 916.441.4111, x 3.
Information. Education. Inspiration.
You’ll want to be part of this.
The California Coalition on Workers’ Compensation (CCWC) is dedicated to providing the leadership, education, and advocacy that are essential to an equitable and efficient workers’ compensation system. Each year, we demonstrate this focused commitment by presenting a content-rich conference that addresses all aspects of the industry.
Once again this year, CCWC has partnered with WorkCompCentral to offer valuable continuing education credits for the conference. Attendees can earn up to:
- 12.5 Minimum Continuing Legal Education (MCLE) credits
- 12.5 Legal Specialization credits
- 12.5 Claims Examiner credits
Conference registration includes access to all educational sessions, speaker materials, networking meals, and receptions. For CCWC members, this includes Thursday’s Members-Only Reception and access to the Member Lounge.
Register online by February 28, 2019 to receive a $50 discount. If not a CCWC member, join today for greater savings.
|Registration Fees||By February 28, 2019||After February 28, 2019|
|Public Sector Member||$325||$375|
|Public Sector Non-Member||$425||$475|
|One-Day Pass (CCWC Member)||$200||$200|
|One-Day Pass (Non-Member)||$400||$400|
Cancellation requests must be submitted via email to Mandy Puliz at firstname.lastname@example.org or via regular mail to CCWC, 1415 L Street, Suite 1000, Sacramento, CA 95814.
- Cancellations received by Wednesday, June 26, 2019 at 12 midnight PDT will receive a full refund.
- No refunds will be issued for cancellations received after Wednesday, June 26, 2019.
Book Your Accommodations
CCWC has reserved a block of rooms for paid conference registrants only, who will receive a confirmation email with a link to reserve a room online. To secure the special group rate, reservations must be made by Wednesday, June 26, 2019. However, please note that guest rooms are likely to sell out before this date.
The group rate at both Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel® & Spa is $259 per night plus tax.
Because we wish to accommodate all conference participants at the host hotel, each paid registrant will be allotted ONE room. Please see the conference policies for more details.
Shoulder nights at the host hotel may also be reserved within the group room block, depending on availability. Once the group rate is sold out, paid registrants must pay the best available rate.
If a paid conference participant requires an additional room for an extended family member or guest, we ask that the room be reserved at one of the Good Neighbor Hotels nearby, so as to not impact the CCWC guest room blocks.
Overnight hotel guests can choose between self-parking at a rate of $15 per day and valet parking at a rate of $22 per day. These charges are for once in, once out privileges and not for in/out access. All parking prices are subject to change without notice.
Disneyland Resort guests will be screened as they enter the Downtown Disney shopping district. This means that guests will be subject to security screening when entering Downtown Disney from either the Grand Californian Hotel® & Spa or the Disneyland Hotel®. This includes simply walking from one hotel to the other through Downtown Disney. Guests may enter the theme parks from Downtown Disney without undergoing additional screening.
Discounted Disney Tickets
In addition to exceptional education and networking at the conference, you can purchase discounted Disneyland® Resort theme park tickets. Paid registrants will receive a link via email to the Disney online store for discounted tickets. Depending on the number of days purchased, savings range from 7 to 15 percent off regular prices.
Book Your Flight
Airport options abound in Southern California. Here are your two best bets for flying to the conference.
John Wayne Airport (SNA)
Disneyland is located approximately 15 miles from John Wayne Airport.
All ground transportation pick-up locations are situated in the Ground Transportation Center (GTC) within easy walking distance from the baggage claim area. The GTC is located on the Arrival (Lower) Level in the center of the East Parking Structure and can be reached via the Thomas F. Riley Terminal by crossing the airport roadway at the traffic light near the John Wayne Statue. There are a number of shared-ride shuttles and limousines at John Wayne Airport available to take you directly to the Disneyland Resort. It's best to arrange your transportation prior to arriving at the airport. Limousines may charge a flat rate that is sometimes close to the rate charged by a taxi service. Taxicabs are available for direct transportation service to the Disneyland Resort. Be sure to inquire about a flat rate for a one-way trip to the Resort.
Disneyland Resort Express
The Disneyland Resort Express provides the most convenient mode of transportation between John Wayne Airport and the Disneyland Resort area, including Disneyland Resort and Anaheim Resort hotels. Upon exiting baggage claim, proceed to the GTC. The Disneyland Resort Express picks up Guests in front of the ticket booth located to the left on a regular basis. Reservations are not required, but there is a fee to ride.
Los Angeles International Airport (LAX)
Disneyland is located approximately 40 miles from Los Angeles International Airport.
Disneyland Resort Express
The Disneyland Resort Express provides the most convenient mode of transportation between LAX and the Disneyland Resort area – including both Disneyland Resort and Anaheim Resort hotels. Upon exiting the baggage claim area at LAX, proceed to the center island. You may board the Disneyland Resort Express underneath the green sign in front of each terminal. Buses depart frequently, beginning at Terminal #1. Reservations are not required, but there is a fee to ride.
There are a number of shared-ride shuttles and limousines available to take you directly to the Disneyland Resort. It's best to arrange your transportation prior to arriving at the airport. Limousines may charge a flat rate that is sometimes close to the rate charged by a taxi service. Vans pick up passengers on the Lower/Arrival Level islands in front of each terminal under the orange sign marked "Shared Ride Vans." For more information about ground transportation, schedules, fares and routes, please visit the Los Angeles International Airport website.
We're Here to Help.
- Attendee Registration: Contact Erin Meyer at email@example.com
- General Inquiries: Contact Mandy Puliz at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Sponsorships and Expo: Contact Kim Rothschild at email@example.com
To contact us by phone, call 916.441.4111.
Visibility, Affordability, and Just Plain Fun
The CCWC annual conference provides heightened brand visibility, offering you a captive audience in search of information, ideas, and solutions. Attendees are here because they want to be educated and inspired, and their enthusiasm gives you a valuable promotional opportunity.
The CCWC annual conference provides heightened brand visibility, offering exhibitors a captive audience in search of information, ideas, and solutions. Attendees are here because they want to be educated and inspired, and their enthusiasm gives you a valuable promotional opportunity.
If you have questions, please contact Kim Rothschild at firstname.lastname@example.org, or by phone at 916.441.4111, x 4.