Six breakout sessions and a chance to experience the Disney Institute’s world-class training are some of the highlights awaiting those attending the 16th annual National Association of Campus Card Users conference March 8-11 at the Coronado Springs Resort at Walt Disney World, Orlando, Fla.
The Disney Institute is a leader in different training techniques that cover leadership development, quality service, customer loyalty, organizational creativity and team building. NACCU conference participants who attend all three Disney Institute sessions in March will receive a Disney institute certificate. While the conference officially begins on Sunday, March 8, there is also a three-hour pre-conference session that includes a customized tour of the Disney Institute Workshop.
Educational breakout sessions on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, focus on business aspects, marketing, security, technology and innovations.
Some of the 43 sessions will cover: Card design 102; Millenials and their helicopter parents; Wireless Networks and Mass Check-In; PCI Compliance; Fitting access control and video into a card program; Contactless Cards on Campus; Finding the Right Financial Services Partner; Selling Your Campus Card to the Community and Merchants; Marketing your campus card through Twitter, MySpace, Flicker or You Tube; and more.
The Tuesday awards luncheon will feature presentation of the 2009 NACCU-PERSONA Professional Development Award and the winners of the Best Card Design and Best Marketing Contests.
There will also be exhibits and the popular “Sales Pitch Sunday” where attendees can hear from the vendors that support the campus card industry.
The complete conference schedule and other details are available at http://www.naccu.org/2009/schedule.htm.