AIRA's statement on COVID-19 as of February 15, 2022

To AIRA’s membership and friends:

Once again, we find ourselves looking forward, now gauging plans for AIRA’s AC22.

As we monitor the information from CDC and other guidance on best practices for safe meetings in consideration of the continued impact of COVID-19, AIRA and our AC22 planning committee are moving forward for a in-person event at the Hilton Cleveland Downtown in Cleveland, OH beginning on June 8, 2022. AIRA will continue our monitoring efforts to assure that our activities are presented in the safest manner and we will apprise you of any changes to the AC22 plans as promptly as possible should circumstances indicate the need to reevaluate. Our foremost consideration remains the health and welfare of our members.

CIRA/CDBV Courses:

In conjunction with the in-person AC22 conference in Cleveland AIRA has scheduled an in-person CIRA Part 1 class and examination beginning on Monday, June 6, 2022 at the Hilton Cleveland Downtown. As noted above in connection with AC22, we will apprise you of any change in this plan as promptly as possible should circumstances indicate the need to reevaluate. Until further notice, other planned CIRA and CDBV training sessions will be provided online. Please see the CIRA and CDBV web pages for course schedules and additional details.

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Stay safe and stay well.
James M. Lukenda, CIRA, Executive Director,
and the AIRA staff.

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