How does Coronavirus impact attending a CIS-hosted seminar?
Coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to spread globally, and more recently, in the North America, South America, and Caribbean. We have created this site to provide real-time status updates for our training sessions, as well as to provide convenient access to valuable informational resources.
If you have a concern you would like to discuss with our team, contact us now.
Latest update as of April 1, 2020:
Your health and safety are our first concern. We proactively monitor the health advisory status of the locations of our scheduled sessions, and closely adhere to all World Health Organization (WHO), US Centers for Disease Control (CDC), and local authority recommendations for a scheduled location.
- All other scheduled sessionsStatus:
ACTIVE for remote video-teleconference participation only.
Following CDC and WHO recommendations, we are suspending in-person event presentations on-location. However, all scheduled dates remain open for registration. Until further notice, all sessions will be presented and broadcast live for safe and convenient remote participation via ZOOM video teleconference.
Helpful Traveler Information
Before you go:
CDC and WHO both recommend refraining from travel and being in close proximity to others if you feel sick. Accordingly, we urge any participants who fall ill prior to class to avoid attending the event in person in order to protect the health of others, and to prudently seek medical attention. You do not have to miss your session since we can provide remote video conference participation of your registered event. Learn more.
If you become sick during class, we will ask you to leave class and seek professional medical attention. Again you always have the opportunity to attend the session remotely via video conference. Learn more.