Invitation to Present

Coming soon.

The deadline to submit presentations is TBA.​

There are several categories for presentations. Topics may include, but are not limited to:

  

  • Curriculum and Instructional Resources for Law and Public Service pathways

  • Aligning Curriculum, Instruction, Assessment, and Evaluation

  • Industry-Based Certification Training

  • Partnerships with Local Colleges, Academies, Departments, Municipalities

  • Best Practices for CTSOs

  • Law Enforcement Techniques: Interview and Interrogation, Crime Scene Processing, Processing Courtroom Evidence, etc.

  • Teaching Spanish for Law Enforcement

  • Youth and Social Media

 

Selection Process

Any individual with experience in career and technical education, workforce development and business/industry are welcome to submit a presentation. All proposals are carefully reviewed and selected by a committee of CTAT members. Presentations will be chosen based on current relevant need and interest for CTAT conference attendees. Applicants will receive an acceptance or regret notification TBA. Presenters are expected to provide an electronic copy of their handouts prior to the event to be published on the conference mobile app.

Session Details

Presentation sessions are typically 45-minutes followed by 15 minute Q&A. Handouts and interaction among attendees are encouraged. We also encourage presenters to upload materials to the event app prior to their presentation so attendees may follow along.  Be prepared to share proven strategies and best practices from personal experience and research. Projectors are provided, but presenters must have a laptop to set up the presentation.

We invite you to present at the CTAT state conference for Law and Public Service Teachers. With your help, Law and Public Service teachers can earn relevant instructor certifications and learn techniques used by licensed peace officers for crime scene processing, active shooter incidents, interview and interrogation, night photography and more.
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