Registration for the Managing for Supply Chain Resilience Course is now open! Once registered, virtual course login instructions will be sent a week prior to the course start date.
*5 or more individuals from the same company must register to qualify for group registration. Contact Trish Wildt at twildt@NDIA.org for discount code.
You may cancel your registration and receive a refund, minus a $150 cancellation processing fee if submitted in writing by September 16, 2022. If cancellation occurs after the cut-off date, no refund will be offered. Substitutions are welcome and are encouraged. All registration cancellations and refund requests must be made in writing and sent to Kim Williams at kwilliams@NDIA.org. Refunds will not be issued for no-shows.
VIRTUAL ATTENDEE CREDENTIAL SHARING POLICY
By registering for the Managing for Supply Chain Resilience Course, you understand that sharing login credentials and passwords is strictly prohibited. Sharing your login credentials means lending your username and password to someone else or using someone else's username and password to gain access to any Managing for Supply Chain Resilience Course content.
NDIA is committed to providing a professional environment free from physical, psychological and verbal harassment. NDIA will not tolerate harassment of any kind, including but not limited to harassment based on ethnicity, religion, disability, physical appearance, gender, or sexual orientation. This policy applies to all participants and attendees at NDIA conferences, meetings, and events. Harassment includes offensive gestures and verbal comments, deliberate intimidation, stalking, following, inappropriate photography and recording, sustained disruption of talks or other events, inappropriate physical contact, and unwelcome attention. Participants requested to cease harassing behavior are expected to comply immediately, and failure will serve as grounds for revoking access to the NDIA event.
EVENT CODE OF CONDUCT
NDIA’s Event Code of Conduct applies to all National Defense Industrial Association (NDIA), National Training & Simulation Association (NTSA), and Women In Defense (WID) meeting-related events, whether in person at public or private facilities, online, or during virtual events. NDIA, NTSA, and WID are committed to providing a productive and welcoming environment for all participants. All participants are expected to abide by this code as well as NDIA’s ethical principles and practices. Visit NDIA.org/CodeOfConduct to review the full policy.