CALU virtual event registration policy
Last updated September 2022
1. Conference registration entitles participants to access to all sessions during the event and on-demand for a limited period of time following the event.
2. CALU will make all reasonable efforts to secure Continuing Education (CE) course approval for the event from the following bodies: Institute for Advanced Financial Education (Advocis), FP Canada, Alberta Insurance Council, Insurance Councils of Saskatchewan, Insurance Council of Manitoba, Chambre de la sécurité financière (Québec). Please note that CALU cannot guarantee CE course approval, nor the quantity of CE credits to be allocated.
3. In order to receive CE certificates (subject to course approval), participants must use real names and the email address associated with their CALU membership in the virtual event platform(s), and must attend the entire duration of each session.
4. Registration fees must be paid online by credit card (VISA, MasterCard or American Express) at the time of registration. Any bank charges for disputed credit card charges must be paid by the participant and not CALU. Registration fees for virtual events are subject to applicable taxes based on the province of residence of the participant. CALU will send a confirmation email after full payment has been received and processed.
5. Refunds, cancellations and transfers are not permitted due to the virtual nature of the event and the on-demand access of all conference sessions after the event.
6. CALU reserves the right to make changes without notice to the content, sessions, speakers, timing, venue/platform or date of the conference compared to the advertised program.
7. CALU is a non-partisan organization. Participants will not express personal political opinions, past or present, positive or negative and will stay silent on the political preferences/views—real or perceived, past or present—of the broader CALU membership.
8. Participants should not make any statements that could be seen as insulting/derogatory to certain people/provinces/regions/countries. Participants should not make any religious statements, use offensive language (swear words, sexual comments, etc.), discriminate against or make derogatory comments about any equity-seeking group (race, ethnicity, religion, gender, sexual identity and orientation, age, ability/disability, economic status, etc.), or make any other statements which CALU deems inappropriate or outside CALU’s character and purpose. Participants who do not adhere to this code of conduct may be removed from the virtual event at CALU’s discretion without notice and without compensation.
9. CALU may take photographs, screenshots, and/or video during the virtual event and may use them in its newsletters or promotional materials whether in print, electronic format or other media, including the CALU website. By participating in the virtual event, you grant CALU the right to use your name, photograph and/or video recording for such purposes. If you have concerns about this, please email CALU directly at email@example.com.
For any questions, please contact CALU at firstname.lastname@example.org or 613-505-9632.