Registration for the 2023 National Trust Annual Conference is now open! Conference registration includes access to the Opening Reception and Gala, plenary and paper sessions, all refreshment breaks (Friday & Saturday - continental breakfast, breaks and lunch), the Closing Party, and the opportunity to purchase tickets to special events, workshops and field sessions.
*Early Bird Registration has been extended to September 29
This full conference registration includes access to the Opening Reception and Gala, 3 plenary sessions, 28 concurrent sessions, all refreshment breaks (Friday & Saturday - continental breakfast, breaks and lunch), the Closing Party, and the opportunity to purchase tickets to special events, workshops and field sessions.”
The online conference features livestreams of all 3 plenary speakers, plus 7 concurrent sessions.
If you would like to take advantage of the member rate please consider becoming a member of the National Trust and/or the Canadian Association of Heritage Professionals.
Please note – to register at the student rate you must be enrolled as a full-time student at a recognized post-secondary institution.
CONFERENCE BURSARY OPPORTUNITY
Are you a heritage volunteer? Don’t miss out on this opportunity to access free registration to the National Trust Conference 2023 through the John Edwards Conference Bursary for Heritage Volunteers. Intake is first come, first served. To find out more, please click here
Professional Learning Units (CUs) will be available for Conference attendees (more information soon)
In order to attend the National Trust Conference 2023 (with CAHP and Indigenous Heritage Circle), conference attendees are asked to accept the following terms:
Any registration cancellations must be done at least 2 weeks before the conference, on October 12th, 2023 in order to receive a refund on your registration. Cancellations prior to October 12th will be refunded 80%.
The Conference schedule and program are subject to change up until the time of the conference. Conference organizers cannot guarantee any of the presentations that are on the current draft of the schedule.