PESI Live Event Seminar Status and Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update

The status of live in-person seminars...
If your live, in-person seminar is being changed to digital format (currently all seminars through September 30th), the live event will no longer occur at the specified location. If you are signed up for such an event, you will be receiving information via email on how to access your digital content.

Please keep in mind, if you are signed up for a seminar later than September 30th and the seminar is currently listed on the website, we are scheduled as planned! If anything changes, we will be in touch via email. Visit and click on the Live Seminars for a listing of all events in your area.

PESI purchases are completely risk-free.
If, for any reason, you decide to cancel or change your live event registration, we will transfer your purchase to a future PESI event or live-streamed webcast – or you can choose from over a thousand on-demand programs. If none of those alternate options work for you, we will issue a refund. Please note that at this time we are eliminating all live event cancellation fees up to the date of the event. Call us at (800) 844-8260 or email us at to make a change or to cancel.

PESI offers 1000s of programs that can be taken from the comfort of your home or office.
From live-streaming webcast events to digital seminars to online courses, PESI delivers the education you desire – all while fulfilling your live and/or home study credit requirements.

PESI can bring education directly to your organization.
PESI is well versed at bringing in-person training right to your facility and can also work with you to give your organization company-wide access to any of our online training programs through your own training portal. Contact Peter Lutz (Director of Education and Training Solutions) at for more information.

As always, the safety of our customers, speakers, and employees is our priority.
We continue to monitor the best available sources of information about COVID-19 (Coronavirus) – looking to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and World Health Organization (WHO) for guidance to ensure the safety of all our seminar participants.