Pre- and post-congress courses are selling fast - register by 31st January.
Courses give delegates the opportunity to make the most of attending congress and learn directly from experts via a range of learning formats. They focus on applied knowledge and skills, giving an additional opportunity to explore issues in depth and gain practical experience.
A wide range of subjects are on offer with half, one and two day courses available. A number of courses are also offering support in other languages.
See the full list: www.wcpt.org/wcpt2019/programme/courses. If you are planning to attend a course make sure you register by 31st January as the viability of all courses will then be decided. Those with low numbers may be cancelled.
If you are registering from a low or lower middle-income country, WCPT has reserved at least three spaces on each course that will be available at a reduced fee for those delegates. To apply for one of these places enter the course lottery by 31st January:www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/BZJDFJR. No pre-booking is necessary, but you must be registered for the congress.
Tickets now available for opening ceremony
Tickets are now available for the opening ceremony and welcome networking reception. If you are not registered for the full congress but would still like to attend these events, you can now purchase a ticket via the online registration system. Tickets may also be bought for accompanying colleagues and friends who may not be attending congress.
In order to accommodate delegates who will be observing Ramadan during congress, WCPT will ensure that food and drink will be made available after sunset at all social events taking place at this time.
Have you checked your travel visa requirements for congress? WCPT is providing all the information you may need concerning travelling to Geneva, including the option to download letters of invitation. See www.wcpt.org/wcpt2019/visitors/visas.
Book your congress hotel
Save time, money, and hassle by booking your accommodation at a congress hotel - hotels nearest to the congress venue are selling out with some already fully booked.
All those staying at a congress hotel will receive a free public transport ticket. If you would prefer to stay in the centre of Geneva near the lake, public buses are available which will take you directly to the congress centre in approximately 25 minutes.