Tuition and Registration Process for Five-Day DPM Workshops

General Registration Process for the DPM Workshop is:

Step 1. Application 

Applications are currently closed for the DPM Workshops. Watch for updated information about the next workshop...

There is a two-step process involved with applying for participation at the Workshop. First, participants Apply using the online system and then their applications are reviewed by the workshop director and instruction team. Within five business days, applicants will receive email notification as to whether or not they are accepted for Registration, which implies a commitment on behalf of the participant to attend and pay the tuition fee. Full registration will be a second step that will happen for only those accepted to participate.

PLEASE NOTE: Application does not guarantee that you will be selected for participation and until you receive notification of acceptance your status is "pending".  No tuition is due upon application.

Step 2. Notification

If you have been accepted, you will typically be informed of the application decision within one week of submission.  After you have been notified and you accept your place for the workshop, you will need to complete a fuller attendee questionarie and pay tuition.

Step 3. Tuition

Tuition includes instruction, class material, lunches and breaks, and a group dinner. Transportation and hotel accommodation expenses are not covered by this tuition fee.

Please note: while we do everything possible to encourage attendance at the workshop, we regret that we do not have the resources (human or funding) to assist with tuition or lodging costs, visa applications, or general stipends. If we can help in other ways, please let us know.

Step 4. Travel and Lodging

Organize your own travel and lodging.  The Workshop team cannot offer assistance with travel (to include visa support) nor with lodging.  Before each workshop, local arrangements information will be made available to registrants.

Feel free to contact us if you have any questions or require additional assistance.

[updated 8/12/2019]