The Roger L. Williams National Regulators College
December 13-14, 2021 The Orlando World Center Marriot Orlando, Florida
Presented by The Southern Association of Workers’ Compensation Administrators and The Self-Insurance Guaranty Funds of America and Sponsored By WCI, The Workers’ Compensation Institute.
The college is named in honor and memory of the late Roger L. Williams who was the former Chair of the Virginia Workers’ Compensation Commission, a past president of SAWCA, and instrumental in the creation and development of the college including its partnership with the Workers’ Compensation Institute and the Florida Safety & Health Conference.
The College is a program specifically designed for workers’ compensation regulators, elected and appointed state officials, and legislators.
This “Executive Level” seminar lasts for two full days and engages the “students” in discussions on topics that cover the full scope of regulatory responsibilities faced by today’s state officials. Whether you are a recently appointed regulator or a seasoned veteran; a legislator responsible for passage of workers’ compensation legislation or a judge responsible for determining cases; or an industry professional appointed to state agency boards and commissions, the value of the curriculum…your fellow students…and the nationally renowned faculty will be immediately apparent and a benefit for years to come.
In spite of the current COVID19 pandemic we anticipate that the 2021 Roger L. Williams National Regulators College will be held December 13-14, 2021 in Orlando, Florida in conjunction with the Workers’ Compensation Institute’s 75th Annual Workers’ Compensation Educational Conference & the 32nd Annual Florida Safety & Health Conference.
Download the tentative agenda for the 2021 Roger L. Williams National Regulators College
If you are in need of room reservations for either the Roger L. Williams National Regulators College or for participation on the National Regulators Roundtable…and wish to stay at the Marriott…you may contact Shirley Kendall by email or phone 850-425-8156 for assistance.