First-timer Tips (A Convention Primer)
Planning your trip to the 2022 PTG Convention & Technical Institute can seem overwhelming, so we’ve created this guide to help you get the most out of your visit.
How the PTG Convention & Technical Institute Works
From the outside, a convention can be intimidating, but if you know how things are organized it can help make sense of it all. Feel free to stop by the Institute Team office if you have questions. You can also find class updates and additional resources posted outside their office.
2022 Institute Team
- Robin Olson, RPT, Director
- Morgan Cowell, RPT
- John Gallen
- Ingrid Kraft, RPT
- Brian Fox
- Bruce Stevens, RPT, AV Coordinator
- Sandy Roady, Convention Coordinator
Classes start on Wednesday, August 3 and continue through Saturday, August 6. There are four or five periods per day with short breaks in between periods. Some classes will be repeated to help you build a schedule. You don’t have to pre-register for most of the classes. They are included in your registration fee and you can set your own schedule. There are a few that have an additional fee, but these are marked in the class descriptions and on the registration form.
The Institute Team has paid special attention to providing classes for every skill level. Designated skill levels for each class can be found just before the title of the class in the class descriptions. Skill levels are: (E) Everyone, (I) Intermediate, (B) Basic, (A) Advanced.
If you have any questions about classes, please drop by the Institute Office.
The Exhibit Hall has something for every technician. It’s an opportunity to learn more about a product or a company before you make a purchase. You’ll find plenty of special offers and discounts as you shop. The Exhibit Hall opens at noon on Wednesday. Visit the Exhibitors & Sponsors page to see who is coming.