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  • FEC Record: Outreach

Expanded online training for 2015-16 cycle

January 9, 2015

The Commission will expand its online compliance training program during the 2015-16 election cycle and replace its in-house seminars and workshops with webinars. This move reflects the relative attendance numbers for in-person and online training over the last year and the FEC’s desire to increase training opportunities for committees by eliminating travel time and expense.

The online programs will share the FECConnect moniker originally ascribed to the agency’s personalized online training program launched in 2014, and will include:

FECConnect LIVE logo Day-long programs covering rules for candidates, party committees and PACs, as well as 90-minute workshops on specific topics. 

  FECConnect On Demand Logo A growing library of online training videos on various compliance topics

. FECConnect One:One Logo The original FECConnect individualized training service for individuals, committees and other groups.

In addition to these online training programs, the Commission will continue to offer two-day regional conferences throughout the country. During 2015, regional conferences will be held in Chicago, August 25-26, and in San Diego, October 20-21.

For the latest information on FECConnect and other outreach programs, please visit the Educational Outreach page of FEC.gov and subscribe to FECMail to receive email updates when registration opens for a program or new information becomes available. Should you have questions, please call 800/424-9530 (press 6) or email conferences@fec.gov (for questions about FECConnect Live) or speaker@fec.gov (for questions about FECConnect One:One).

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