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Continuing and Professional Education (CPE) went live with a new course/event registration system on December 13, 2016.

Continuing and Professional Education (CPE) went live with a new course/event registration system on December 13, 2016. The new tool will be implemented in a spiral release for CPE’s programs.

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Already Registered for CPE Program?

Did you register for a CPE program in our old registration system? If so, don’t worry – our transition to a new registration system will not impact your registration. Please make sure, however, that you have:
  • A confirmation email for your registration
  • Contact information for your program

If you have any further questions, please contact us at confreg@vt.edu and we can check your registration status.

Looking for a Program Not Listed?

Not all of our programs are listed in our new registration system. If you are looking for a program, please check this list.

Highlights

July 3 - 7, 2017 - String Pheno 2017

String Phenomenology 2017 is a forum to bring together diverse researchers aiming to bridge the gap between fundamental theory and observable physics. The conference includes invited plenary talks as well as two afternoons of parallel sessions.

July 18-20, 2017 - Management, Methods, and Money: Understanding Concepts in Capacity Development

This course focuses on the issues associated with capacity development (CD) in the waterworks industry. CD is broad term, encompassing many areas, including the managerial, technical, regulatory, and financial aspects of operating and maintaining a waterworks.

August 9-10, 2017 - 14th Wood Adhesion Short Course

Why does glue stick? What makes wood unique when it comes to gluing it together? The adhesive bonding of wood is becoming increasingly important as large timber becomes more and more scarce.