The Tennessee Bureau of Workers' Compensation (BWC) is bringing the 23rd conference to you virtually!
October 26 - 30, 2020
Content will reman available until November 13.
All Tennessee Workers' Compensation Professionals - stay engaged and up-to-date despite COVID-19! The 2020 Tennessee Bureau of Workers' Compensation Educational Conference has been rescheduled for October 26-30, 2020, as a virtual conference. Please mark your calendar and plan to attend. No more than two sessions are scheduled live per day. If you are unable to attend the live presentations, sessions will be available for on-demand viewing through November 13.
This program is organized by the Bureau and held in cooperation with the International Workers' Compensation Foundation. The conference provides important information to insurance adjusters, attorneys, employers, self-insurers, third party administrators, safety and human resources managers, mediators, medical and rehabilitation providers, and anyone with a professional interest in the Tennessee workers' compensation system.
Special thanks to Select Physical Therapy, Virtual Conference Platform Sponsor.
CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS: Earn credits! Applications are pending for approval for attorneys (TN MCLE), mediators (TN), human resources professionals (SHRM), rehabilitation providers (CCM, CDMS, and CRC), and insurance producers (TN Dept. of Commerce and Insurance). For other disciplines, a certificate of attendance will be available on request.
VIRTUAL EXHIBITS AND SPONSORSHIPS: Reach hundreds of Tennessee workers' compensation professionals at the virtual exhibit hall and get recognition through sponsorships.
NETWORKING: Meet up virtually with colleagues, ask questions, share information, and make new friends, without traveling.
Registration is now open!
Virtual Exhibit Hall
View and interact with exhibitors and see what's new.
Sue Ann Head Award
The winner of the Sue Ann Head Award for Excellence in Workers’ Compensation will be announced Wednesday, October 28, 2020 at 9 AM virtually in the Session Hall.
This Page Last Updated: August 13, 2020 at 9:47 AM