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Obtain a Return On Your Investment (ROI) When You Attend NEHA's 2011 AEC
NEHA is once again orienting its conference along ROI principles.
What does ROI mean to you and your organization?
It means that you will be able to return to your workplace after accessing the conference with the ability to implement program improvements and help create bottom line results for your organization. These results will more than pay for the investment made for you to attend the NEHA AEC. ROI objectives will be measured on four levels:
|Level 1: Reaction
||Level 2: Learning
||Level 3: Application
||Level 4: Business Impact
Now let us show you how these four levels of measurement of ROI Objectives work in the following educational tracks offered at the conference:
- 2011 Overall Conference ROI
- 2011 Food Safety and Defense ROI
In order to successfully evaluate ROI, active participation from you – the attendee – is needed! To help you, NEHA has created the ROI Toolkit. To begin, please take 10 minutes to put your goals for the conference into the 2011 Goal Setting document and your costs and benefits into the ROI Calculator. This process will help you reflect on what you learned at the NEHA 2011 AEC that can be implemented at work to help create program improvements and bottom line results for your organization.
By orienting the conference along ROI principles, NEHA is even more committed to providing AEC attendees with a training and educational experience that will both advance the proficiency of the environmental health profession AND help create bottom line improvements for your organization!
**ROI Calculator is not available in Full ROI Toolkit Download
Note: ROI objectives are subject to change.