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How Increased Situational Awareness and an Improved Guest Experience Can Improve Your Event Security – Central Texas Chapter

September 27, 2018

As exhibition and event professionals, we have the responsibility of ensuring that attendees are as safe as possible at our events. It is critical that there is a plan of action allowing for quick decision making.

This session will provide an engaging, interactive experience for participants interested in event security. We’ll cover situational awareness, understand the resources available to protect public facility assemblies, and hear from subject matter experts on critical infrastructure protection to help you understand mass casualty incidents and preparedness during an event.

This session allows you to see how educating those involved in the planning and execution of a meeting or event has an impact on event participants.

Learner Outcomes:

  • Learn to leverage guest services to mitigate safety and security risks.
  • Hear how enhancing professionalism and assisting employees in recognizing the Impact their words or actions have on the public.
  • Increase personal safety and decrease stress when encountering someone uncooperative.

Fees (includes education and lunch):
   Member Registration – $35.00 ($40.00 after September 20)
Non Member Registration – $40.00 ($45.00 after September 20)
Student Registration – $15.00 ($20.00 after September 20)
(Note: If your company/association is an IAEE member, you can register at the member rate.)


Texas Computer Education Association
3100 Alvin Devane Blvd., Bldg B, Austin, Texas 78741-7425


11:30 AM-1:30 PM