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Michigan ACTE’s New Career and Technical Education ​Teacher Workshop

When: Friday, December 01, 2017 7:30 AM - 3:30 PM

Where: Livingston ESA, 1425 W. Grand River Avenue, Howell, MI 48843


Click here for more information.


Click here to register. 

In order to register for the Michigan New Teacher Workshop, you must either log in with your ACTE member ID and password, or if you are not a member, then create a new account.


Once you start the registration, if you do NOT complete the registration, then you must logout. Next, click the link above again and log back in so that you can start the registration again, otherwise you may get an error message.  If you are paying via check or purchase order enter the voucher code at the Shopping cart screen .  The voucher code will “zero” out your balance due and return you to the shopping cart screen. You must then click on Proceed to Payment to complete your registration and receive your confirmation.


Where can I find my ID and password?

ACTE members, log in with your member ID (found on your ACTE membership card, new member e-mail or Techniques magazine mailing label) and password (the default password is your last name). If you have previously registered to use the site, use the user ID and password you received in ACTE's welcome e-mail.


Click here if you’ve forgotten your password. You can also retrieve your log-in information by contacting ACTE at acte@acteonline.org or at 800-826-9972.


New to ACTE?

Click on “Create an Account” at the login prompt, and follow the account wizard (3 easy steps) to create a new account.  Once you create the user account, you will receive an email with your login information.


Unfortunately, at this time there is not a group registration option. However, you may contact ACTE 1-800-826-9972, reference 2018 ACTE Region V Conference, for more information.


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