Administering Idaho's Workers' Compensation Law

The 2014 Annual Seminar on Workers' Compensation is Thursday, October 23 from 8:00-4:30 at the Boise Centre

The 2014 Annual Seminar on Workers' Compensation registration is now open. Please remember to go to BOTH links to sign up and pay for attendance.

For questions or comments, please contact Dara Barney, or call 208-334-6013.

Employers, attorneys, insurance professionals, rehabilitation counselors, medical providers and anyone interested in the Idaho workers’ compensation system will find valuable information at the 2014 Idaho Industrial Commission Annual Seminar on Workers’ Compensation. The conference features workers’ compensation experts from across the industry discussing a variety of timely topics. This year’s sessions focus on current topics of interest to anyone working in Idaho’s workers’ compensation.

General Information

Facilities: The Boise Centre offers a comfortable and accessible setting in downtown Boise, with convenient access to transportation and hotels.
Parking: Parking is included in the cost of registration. Parking is available at the City Centre garage (across Front Street from the Grove). Further information on parking will be provided soon.
Special Needs: The Industrial Commission will make all reasonable attempts to accommodate your needs. Please contact us prior to October 14 if you need assistance.
Cost: $110.00 if registered and paid on or before October 1, 2014. $130.00 if registered and paid after October 1, 2014.


Please register by October 16th to make sure you don't miss out on the seminar. Registrations after October 16th may be turned away based on availability.
Additional Information: Please contact Dara Barney, or call 208-334-6013.

Presentation Availability

Like last year, the 2014 Annual Seminar on Workers' Compensation will be paperless. The agenda is posted so attendees can select which sessions they would like to attend. Links to presentation materials will also be posted online prior to the Seminar, which can be printed off. Attendees will receive a note pad and pen at check-in to take notes during sessions (free Wi-Fi is available for those who wish to bring laptops). Evaluations and attendance certificates will be emailed the day after the seminar.

Continuing Education Credits

The Commission has applied for continuing education credits with the:

  • Commission for Case Management Certification (CCMC): approved for 5 credit hours
  • Department of Insurance: approved for 5 credit hours
  • HR Certification Institute (HRCI): approved for 5 credit hours
  • Commission on Disability Management Specialists (CDMS): approved for 5 credit hours
  • Commission on Rehabilitation Counselor Certification (CRCC): approved for 5.5 credit hours
  • Idaho State Bar

Certificates of Attendance will be emailed to attendees the day after the seminar. Check the seminar’s website for updates on credit approval.