AMCOMP 2019 Fall meeting
Join us at the 2019 Fall Meeting in New York City on November 19, 2019. This one-day information packed meeting is scheduled for 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM at the Convene venue located at 780 Third Avenue in New York City. Join us for a day of education, advocacy and networking that will benefit any professional working in the field of workers' compensation.
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Dedicated to raising the bar for professional and educational excellence in the workers' compensation industry.
Grow Your network. Grow your influence.
Becoming a member of AMCOMP grants you access to leading industry professionals and allows you to tap into the wealth of experience and knowledge they bring to our industry. Networking is an important part of AMCOMP and one our members benefit from tremendously.
advance your knowledge. advance your careeR.
Education is the cornerstone of AMCOMP and we take our dedication to learning seriously. Our education and planning committees--guided by our highly-experienced board of directors--work hard to ensure the most relevant and beneficial education programs are lined up for each of our two meetings per year.
Further, AMCOMP is proud to offer one of the only certified education programs in workers' compensation, known as the Workers' Compensation Professional (WCP®) designation. Since launching the program, more than 500 Workers' Compensation Professionals have graduated from the program.
AMCOMP’s Principal ObjectiveS.
1. To maintain the integrity and degree of excellence in the field of workers' compensation by providing a professional designation (upon fulfillment of various criteria, including successful completion of a core curriculum and/or qualifying work experience) that will serve as an industry standard;
2. To further the education of all workers' comp professionals by providing relevant courses in the workers' compensation field of study and in related disciplines;
3. To maintain a current understanding of emerging trends and issues in the workplace and how they relate to the field of workers' compensation by means of newsletters, annual meetings, monographs, conferences and/or relevant seminars; and
4. To further ethical standards in the field of workers' compensation by establishing uniform guidelines and principles.