Call for Speakers
SCCE invites ethics and corporate compliance professionals and service providers to serve as conference speakers, session facilitators, and presenters. Opportunities include four-day national conferences and 90-minute webinars.
19th Annual Compliance & Ethics Institute
Conference Dates: September 13-16, 2020
Conference Location: Grapevine, TX
Call for Speakers: Closed
2021 Higher Education Compliance Conference
Conference Dates: June 13 – 16, 2021
Conference Location: Anaheim, CA
Call for Speakers: October 2020
9th Annual European Compliance & Ethics Institute
Conference Dates: March 15 – 17, 2021
Conference Location: Amsterdam, NE
Call for Speakers: June 1 – June 30th, 2020
Virtual Asia Regional Compliance & Ethics Conference
Conference Date: December 9, 2020
Call for Speakers open: September 8 - 30, 2020
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Virtual South America Regional Compliance & Ethics Conference
Conference Date: Friday, August 28
Call for Speakers open: April 17- May 17, 2020
Virtual European Regional Compliance & Ethics Conference
Conference Date: Friday, October 2nd
CFS open dates: July 6th - July 31, 2020
Applications are accepted ongoing.
Learn More & Submit a Proposal
Steps to Submit a Speaker Proposal
- Select "Learn more & submit a proposal" from the Upcoming Speaking Opportunities above.
- On the landing page you will find requirements and materials for that conference. Once you are ready, click the "Submit a Proposal" button.
- Login to your SCCE account. If you do not have a login for SCCE's website, you can create a free account.
- Select your the event you would like to apply for from the drop down.
- Select your Track (whichever track you feel your presentation falls into; most conferences will only have one option).
- Type in your Presentation Title.
- Select yourself as a speaker or search for someone else. Search for your co-presenter (if you have one). Make sure everyone speaking has a bio and a headshot.
- Type your three learning objectives for the session, each beginning with a verb (three bullets limited to 100 characters each) and select “Next.” Learning objectives should describe what attendees will be able to accomplish after participating in the session.
Examples of well written learning objectives: “Associate specific aspects of culture that are important to compliance”; “Reach and persuade your workforce through outstanding training”; “List key factors driving AI in due diligence”; "Differentiate between the three basic levels in an organization”; Apply the “Cognitive interview” technique in workplace investigations”; "Define the four steps in the organization strategic planning process.
- Confirm you have read the National Conference Reimbursement Form. Review submission and acknowledge SCCE policies. Then hit “Submit.” Please note Regional Conferences do not qualify for reimbursement."
Helpful Information and Tips for Speakers
- Making training interactive-one idea, by Joe Murphy's article
- Tips for Being Selected to Speak at HCCA/SCCE Conferences, by Adam Turteltaub
- How to Give a Bad Presentation at an HCCA or SCCE Conference, by Adam Turteltaub
- See tips from past expert speakers
- Speaker Reimbursement Eligibility Policy
- Speaker Presentation Guidelines
- Program Levels