International League of Electrical Associations
Common Challenges, Common Solutions
July 23-26, 2014 Aava Whistler Hotel
4005 Whistler Way, Whistler, BC VON 1B4
Overview: The International League of Electrical Associations (ILEA) is proud to host our 78th Annual Conference in Whistler, British Columbia. This event gathers leaders from various electrical associations across the world to discuss the challenges facing your association. Those who attend are sure to leave with a renewed sense of pride in their industry, and ideas for improving your operations in the coming year. Education is the primary focus of the ILEA Annual Conference. For Certified Association Executives or those association professionals seeking their CAE Accreditation, the conference offers up to eight professional development hours of education. Beyond the educational sessions, you’ll have the opportunity to develop a network of peers from across the world. This unique group of likeminded individuals can offer you a library of resources, a sounding board for new ideas, or a shoulder to cry on as you face your challenges.
Educational Topics Include: èè Website design: A review of best practices for designing your website, as well as a constructive critique of association websites from our industry. èè AMPS Awards Presentations: Each association will have the opportunity to present to the group their “AMPS Awards Submissions.” Learn from others as they share their top accomplishments from 2013. èè Panel discussion: A panel of various leaders from the electrical industry sharing their views on industry trends, candid feedback on tradeshows, and recommendations for serving the industry. This session will be two part programs lasting two hours. èè Event promotion/marketing: A roundtable discussion on what we can do to market and promote our events.
èè Partnering: What can we do to strengthen and build relationships with our local utility providers? èè Youth involvement: A presentation from a youthful industry leader, who will give us insights into what can be done to engage the younger generation. èè Education: A discussion of ideas for improving and expanding educational opportunities. This discussion will also take a look at the online resources that may also compliment a more traditional approach.
Schedule of Activities: Wednesday, July 23 8:00 a.m.
ILEA Golf Outing – Whistler Golf Club
Welcome Reception – Hospitality Suite, Aava Whistler Hotel Dinner Provided
Thursday, July 24 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Educational Sessions (Website Design and AMPS Presentation)
Lunch in Hotel
1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Educational Sessions (Panel Discussion / Industry Trends)
Group Dinner (optional)
Friday, July 25 8:30 a.m.
Annual Membership Meeting
9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Educational Sessions (Event Marketing & Utility Partnering)
Lunch in Hotel
Group and Recreational Activities
6:30 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
AMPS Awards Dinner
Saturday, July 26 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Educational Sessions (Youth Engagement & Education)
Travel. Shuttle cost from Airport to Whistler is $65 /person each way. Once in Whistler you will not
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Golf. Wednesday, July 23 at Whistler Golf Club (www.whistlergolf.com) – 1st tee time is at 8:30
a.m. $111 + taxes which includes green fee, cart, and bag handling fee. Club rentals are available to rent for $50. You must book online with the link provided in registration package. To register for golf visit: https://www.golfemsreg.com/events/ilea_golf_tournament. About Our Ads
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Hospitality Reception. British Columbia Electrical Association to sponsor the food for the opening reception on July 23rd.
Thursday Night Dinner. For those interested in eating with the group, a restaurant will be chosen in the village. The cost for dinner is budgeted to be $50 per person.
AMPS Awards Banquet. Friday, July 25 at 7:00 pm at the Whistler Golf Club. Plated dinner with cash bar. www.whistlergolf.com
Saturday Dinner Option (an option for those extending their stay). Roundhouse Lodge on
Whistler Mountain. $64.95 Mountain Top BBQ, Children 6 & under ride and eat free. $28.95 ages 7 - 12 years old. Includes cost of dinner, Peak to Peak ticket (value of $47), and live entertainment.
Mail Conference Registration to ILEA by June 19, 2014 International League of Electrical Associations 200 South Meridian Street, Suite 410 | Indianapolis, IN 46225 Association Name: _____________________________________________________________ Delegate’s Name: ______________________________________________________________ Spouse’s Name: _______________________________________________________________ Address: ______________________________________________________________________ City/State/Zip: ________________________________________________________________ Phone: ___________________________________ Fax: ________________________________ Email Address: _________________________________________________________________ Elected Leader’s Name & Company: ______________________________________________ Spouse’s Name: ________________________________________________________________ Mode of arrival: Commercial Air ____ Own Car ____ Do you plan on renting a car? Yes ____ No____ Do you plan on golfing? Yes ____ No____
Take advantage of the early bird discoutned rates before May 31, 2014! ILEA Member Fees (All these amounts are in US dollars): _____ Staff: $550.00 ($600.00 after May 31) _____ Spouse Networking Costs: $150.00 ($200.00 after May 31) _____ Elected Leader: $550.00 ($600.00 after May 31) Non-Member Fees (All these amounts are in US dollars): _____ Staff: $600.00 ($650.00 after May 31) _____ Spouse Networking Costs: $150.00 ($200.00 after May 31) _____ Elected Leader: $600.00 ($650.00 after May 31) $ ___________ Total Registration Fee payable to ILEA
Hotels must be booked by June 21, 2014.
Golf and hotel costs are in Canadian Dollars. Registration fees are in US Dollars.