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, recently renamed in honor and memory of the late Roger L. Williams who was the former Chair of the Virginia Workers’ Compensation Commission and a past president of SAWCA…was most recently held August 12-13, 2019 in Orlando, Florida in conjunction with the Workers’ Compensation Institute’s 74th Annual Workers’ Compensation Educational Conference & 31st Annual Florida Safety & Health Conference.
The College is a program specifically designed for regulators, legislators, and those who periodically must fulfill the role of a state regulator though their primary occupation may be that of an industry professional.
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.
The 2020 Roger L. Williams National Regulators College will be held August 17-18, 2020 in Orlando, Florida in conjunction with the Workers’ Compensation Institute’s 75th Annual Workers’ Compensation Educational Conference & 32nd Annual Florida Safety & Health Conference. Each year the college agenda is updated and adjusted to reflect the current state of workers’ compensation addressing those issues that are driving the systems. For those contemplating joining us in 2020 we are providing below the 2019 college agenda for your review as an example of a dynamic and comprehensive curriculum.
Download a copy of the 2019 Roger L. Williams College Agenda