Exhibitor Registration 2023

Alberta Teachers' Association policy requires exhibitor products and services must be associated with teaching outcomes outlined in Teacher Quality Standards and Leadership Quality Standards,  TQS  and LQS. If exhibitor products and services do not meet these standards, CCTCA has the right to not accept an exhibitor registration.


Due to a policy change in ATA regarding exhibitors, the application process will take two steps.

Before starting application review the TQS and LQS standards to determine if your products and services do meet the necessary criterion to be accepted as an exhibitor.



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Describe the sorts of information/services/products that you will provide at your booth.  This information will be visible to teachers through the website so please write in complete sentences and check your grammar and spelling.  


TERMS & CONDITIONS

By typing "YES" in the box below, you (the "exhibitor") accept full responsibility and acknowledge the following:


1. CCTC2023 is an in-person convention.  There is a virtual exhibitor option, if the client does select this option.


2.  Calgary City Teachers' Convention Association (CCTCA) does retain the right to select and approval all exhibitor booths.  The completion of the application DOES NOT give the applicant the right to exhibit until approval is give and fees are paid in full.


2.  My organization will maintain professionalism at all times in accordance with ATA professional conduct.


3.  All information collected will be retained in a confidential manner and not be sold for profit, or shared outside of my organization. 


The exhibitor acknowledges that the Calgary City Teachers' Convention Association's booth policies have been read and understood.   

The Calgary City Teachers’ Convention Association reserves the right to cancel booth registrations and refund exhibitors at it's discretion.