Thompson Government Contracting

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

What is a webinar and how does it work?

A webinar is like a large conference call, but in a more controlled, program-like environment. The entire "conference" is conducted via the telephone, and a speakerphone is the only equipment needed to participate in the conference as a listener.


An organization interested in participating in a specific conference needs to register for it using one of our 3 easy ordering methods. Registration includes:
- access to a 90-minute interactive call for as many people as can fit in a room with a speakerphone
- downloadable presentation handouts-which are made available 24 hours prior to the call
- an opportunity to participate in a live Q&A session following the presentation


Each Thompson Government Contracting webinar runs for approximately 90 minutes. The expert speaker usually uses the first 75 minutes to share "how-to" tips and real-world insights on a particular topic. During this speaker presentation portion of the webinar, registrants are in a "listen-only" mode. After the presentation portion is concluded, the phones are opened for a live interactive Q&A session, with webinar attendees queuing up to ask questions of the presenters. This part of the webinar usually lasts for 15 minutes.

Is it possible to obtain a complete listing of the upcoming audio conferences being offered by Government Contracting?

How do I register for a webinar?

How long does an audio conference usually run?

What do I do if I've registered for an audio conference but cannot find the document that includes the call-in instructions?

What is Thompson Government Contracting's cancellation, substitution and refund policy?

Can I submit an idea for a future audio conference?

I'm interested in becoming one of your expert speakers, or I would like to recommend a speaker for an upcoming audio conference. Who should I contact?

What are cookies and how does Thompson Government Contracting use them?

Additional Terms and Conditions.

Does Thompson Government Contracting offer continuing education credits as part of its audio conference program?

How can I obtain an official document confirming that I have attended an audio conference in my field of expertise?

Do I need to download any java-based plug-in to set up my computer for webinars?

When will I receive the webinar information and materials?

When do the OnDemand recordings become available?

Can more than one person attend live webinars from the same organization?

Can more than one person receive CPE credits?