Minneapolis, MN, August 06, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- Development Dialogues announces it has become an approved provider for CFRE Continuing Education. Fall seminars offered by Development Dialogues will give attendees the opportunity to gain additional contact hours or CFRE Continuing Education Points.
Development Dialogues’ next seminar, Capital Campaigns: Planning to Execution and Success runs from September 10-12, 2008 in Arlington, Virginia at the Embassy Suites—Crystal City Hotel. Full participation in Capital Campaigns: Planning to Execution and Success is applicable for 12.0 points in category 1.B—Education of the CFRE International application for initial certification and/or recertification. The Capital Campaigns seminar will host highly regarded experts including Bruce Flessner, Principal, of Bentz Whaley Flessner; Tracey Atwater, President, WellStar Foundation; Patti Porter, VP of Development for the University of Minnesota Medical Foundation; and John Lehn, VP for Major and Planned Giving, national headquarters of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.
“This is going to be a very exciting seminar,” said Bruce Flessner in regard to the seminar he will participate in, “the faculty members are outstanding professionals and have been highly successful in raising significant major gifts for capital campaigns for health care institutions and causes.”
Development Dialogues is hosting three seminars this fall. The Capital Campaigns: Planning to Execution and Success seminar is scheduled for September 10-12 in Arlington, VA; the Prospect Development: The Prospecting Process for Hospitals and Healthcare is scheduled for October 15-17 in Orlando, FL; and the Major Gifts Programs: Making the Ask for Health is scheduled for November 10-12 in Chicago, IL. Discounted registration for CFRE approved Development Dialogue seminars is currently available and will be ending shortly.
For more information, please visit http://www.developmentdialogues.com.
About Development Dialogues
Minneapolis-based Development Dialogues provides professional seminars for development officers and senior fundraisers working in the health care and nonprofit sectors. Expert fundraising professionals from academic medical centers, major hospitals, and leading international healthcare organizations share their expertise to bring participants the best practices in fundraising. Our goal is to help fundraisers develop their talents and align skills with their organization’s objectives and needs. Seminars are conducted in small group formats and are designed to provide participants with the opportunity to dialogue with experts and colleagues from across the industry.