What are McCain webinars?
McCain webinars are online courses hosted by a McCain professional or guest speaker on a transportation-related topic. Many of our webinars may qualify for continued education credits such as Continuing Education Credits (CEC).
Who can attend webinars?
McCain webinars are designed for traffic engineers, technicians, consultants, and distributors, but anyone interested in transportation-related topics is welcome to attend.
How long is a typical webinar?
Webinars typically last 30-60 minutes, including time for questions at the end.
How do I register for a webinar?
To register, visit our webinars page and click the “Register Now” button next to the webinar you want to attend. A registration page will open in a new window. After completing the form, you will receive an email with your unique login credentials. To add the event to your calendar, use the “add to calendar” link provided in your confirmation email.
Will I be reminded of the webinar?
Yes. Registrants typically receive two email reminders, the first a few days before the webinar and the second an hour before the scheduled time.
Is it possible to receive notifications for future webinars?
Yes. You can subscribe to receive notifications for upcoming webinars by opting into the webinar mailing list.
When and how do I log in to a webinar?
It is recommended that you log in 10 minutes before the scheduled start time in order to check sound and system compatibility. A reminder email will be sent an hour before the webinar starts with your unique login credentials.
Can others watch the webinar with me?
Yes, but it is recommended that everyone register and log in individually, especially if they want their attendance submitted to IMSA for TARP point consideration. Please note, that IMSA membership numbers must be submitted at the time of registration for those interested in IMSA TARP points.
What are Continuing Education Credits (CEC)?
The International Municipal Signal Association (IMSA) assigns Continuing Education Credits (CEC) to its members who attend qualifying technical sessions, including McCain webinars.
Do I automatically earn CECs for attending?
Attendees interested in receiving CECs will recieve a PDF certificate of completion in a follow up email within 24 hours of completing a webinar. To find out if a webinar qualifies, look for the yellow "CE Credit Eligible" tag on each webinar.
Do you offer PDH and CEU points?
No, live webinars qualify only for IMSA CECs.
Can I get a copy of my CEC report?
For a copy of your CEC report, contact IMSA’s Certification Specialist at 321-392-0500 or send them an email.
Can I speak directly to the presenter during the webinar?
At any time throughout the presentation you may submit questions via the chat box and our panel of experts will answer them. Questions directed to the presenter will be answered towards the end of the webinar during the Q&A session.
Can I get a copy of the presentation slides in advance of the webinar?
Copies of the presentation are available for live webinar events only and will be available for download once logged in to the webinar. All webinar attendees will also receive a link to the presentation in a follow-up email after the webinar.
Can I record the webinar?
No form of reproduction of our webinars and/or support materials is permitted. Doing so is an infringement of copyright laws. We are happy to consider any reproduction requests emailed to us.
How can I get a copy of the webinar recording?
A link to the recording will be sent to all registered attendees in a follow-up email after the webinar airs.
Can I access recorded webinars?
Yes, many of McCain’s webinars are available to watch on demand. Click here to explore our full library.
What are the computer requirements for attending a webinar?
Can I use a mobile device such as a tablet or smartphone to attend a live webinar?
Who do I contact for comments or questions?
Please email any comments or questions before or after the presentation. Comments and questions submitted during a live webinar will be addressed by the webinar team.