Education is one of the IAI's primary missions. The IAI strives to be the main professional association for those engaged in forensic identification, investigation, and scientific examination of physical evidence. The Annual IAI International Educational Conference is not only sponsored by the IAI, it is organized solely by the parent body of the IAI in partnership with the local IAI division. The local IAI hosting division along with the IAI Conference Planner, the IAI Educational Planner, the IAI Forensic Subcommittees, IAI members, and many staff volunteers plan and coordinate the conference program well in advance of 3 years from the actual date of the Conference.
At this important annual Conference world-renowned professionals present the most current scientific educational sessions, utilizing the most efficient methodologies and technical products and advances in the identification field. The Conference offers general sessions, poster presentations, hands-on workshops, field trips, and vendor exhibits. Every forensic discipline subcommittee offers some type of training. Levels of the educational sessions range from basic to advanced.
There are many reasons why the IAI’s International Educational Conference will be great for your company by providing:
· The exhibit provides the ultimate opportunity for marketing your products or services.
· There will be an audience of over 1,000 forensic scientists and potential customers who include top-level professionals prepared to make purchasing decisions.
· Annually the IAI Conference guarantees a way to generate valuable leads and increase your organization's visibility.
· The Conference program is planned to draw attendees to the exhibit hall for over 17 hours of contact, including all session breaks and two evening receptions.
About The IAI:
The IAI is the oldest and largest forensic association in the world. This professional forensic association represents a diverse, knowledgeable and experienced membership that are assembled to educate, share, critique and publish methods, techniques and research in the physical forensic science disciplines.