Leading Organizations Sending Admins to the Administrative Professionals Conference for Training

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Top corporations, non-profits, and government organizations investing in sending their admins for high-level training at the APC in 2016

These top-level organizations recognize how vital quality training is for their admin staff; they understand that sending their admins to the APC results in extraordinary ROI for the organization.

The American Society of Administrative Professionals (ASAP) reports a record-breaking number of administrative professionals representing organizations from around the world will be attending the 2016 Administrative Professionals Conference (APC) this September. Hundreds of leading organizations from private business, public and non-profit, and government sectors have registered their administrative staff to attend the APC this September.

"We’re excited that so many major organizations are investing in the training of their admins,” said Judy Geller, Executive Director of the APC. “We know there are other options for admins, such as 1-day seminars, 1-hour webinars, or in-house training. But there’s no other admin event that comes close to offering the breadth, depth, and value of the 4-day APC experience. These top-level organizations recognize how vital quality training is for their admin staff; they understand that sending their admins to the APC results in extraordinary ROI for the organization.”

In its 24th year, the APC will be held in Chicago for the first time this September, and event organizers expect the conference to fill the Hyatt Chicago Regency. The 4-day all-inclusive admin training and networking event will be introducing new programming and features this September, including: lowest pricing options since 2006; an “APC Investigates” session covering what executives really need from their assistants; free Internet access; new on-site admin certification review and test option; over a dozen new “Admin MeetUps” to facilitate focused topic discussions; an optional “Chicago Dine-Around” event, and an expanded agenda geared towards helping admins keep up with their ever-evolving roles.

In addition to the new features, the 2016 APC program includes a full agenda of over 75 learning opportunities geared towards helping today’s admin adapt to and leverage new technologies, increased workloads, evolving roles, and expanding responsibilities. In between educational sessions, attendees will have the opportunity to network, socialize, and discover new solutions and products to bring back to their offices at the expanded APC Exhibit Hall.

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About ASAP:
The American Society of Administrative Professionals (ASAP) is the largest free association and resource center for administrative professionals and executive assistants. To its membership of over 55,000 admins from around the world, ASAP provides access to online training, the PACE Certification for admins, live and on-demand webinars, a monthly newsletter, and articles and features curated for admins. ASAP is a business unit within Diversified Communications, a global organization operating on four continents and a major independent producer of events and media worldwide. For more information, visit http://www.asaporg.com

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