We are always looking for great speakers to present at our seminars.

Dear Future Speaker 
If you are interested in presenting at one of our upcoming seminars we need you to fill out the short registration form giving us your basic information and then we prefer that you send your CV and class syllabus to us at: myfcpa.speakers@gmail.com with the following requirements:        

1.  A professional resume worthy to send to state boards, and be proud of, it has to be only ONE PAGE long and should consist of the following only contact Information INCLUDING current Licensure, Formal Education, Clinical or Teaching Experience and Publications.
Please omit:  Photographs, Hobbies and any personal information. .

2.  Certificates, Diplomas, or Licenses that validate your presentation topic

3.  A Syllabus, in a required format that can be found here. Please download the file, complete online, save and send to our email address at myfcpa.speakers@gmail.com

Please note that if your resume is in a .PDF format it can only be accepted providing it does not contain any advertising or commercial content.  

Therefore it is highly recommended you send it in the .DOC format in case it needs to be "cleaned up."

Until this information is received we cannot consider you as a presenter.

Please help us by submitting all the necessary information in a timely manner if you want to present at one of our seminars.  You will not be considered until we have received all the necessary information about you and the class you want to present. 

The FCPA is a non-profit volunteer organization with only a few paid secretaries, therefore our speakers volunteer their time and cover their own expenses.

We appreciate your support and willingness to share your knowledge with your peers. FYI... Florida Statutes:
64B2-13.004 Continuing Education
(11) …a course instructor, for one presentation only per biennium, will receive credit for a continuing education program sponsored by a provider approved by the Board..

(The statue does not mention the number of hours per class)