How do I get to ICC?
ICC Services - Training and Conferences
38, cours Albert 1er
M° station: Alma Marceau (line 9)
RER C station: Pont de l’Alma
Buses: 42, 72, 80, 92
Please click here to see a map.
From Orly Airport:
The Orlyval shuttle service serves the RER B station Antony, change at St. Michel for RER C to Pont de l’Alma. Also from Orly, the Air France bus connects Orly to Les Invalides: change for RER C to Pont de l’Alma. Then either take bus 92 or walk across the bridge Pont de l’Alma. Once you cross the bridge, turn right into Cours Albert 1er and the ICC offices are located at number 38.
From Roissy/Charles De Gaulle Airport:
Take the RER B to St. Michel, change for RER C to Pont de l’Alma. Also from Roissy, the Roissybus services Place de l’Opéra, from which, take metro line 9 to Alma Marceau. The Air France bus connects Roissy to Place de l’Etoile, take bus 92 to Alma Marceau, then take Cours Albert 1er until you reach number 38.
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About ICC training and conferences
What are the working languages for an upcoming training or conference ?
Conferences may be held in a combination of languages. Under the webpage for a particular conference, the working language(s) can be found under "Logistical notes". Most commonly, events are in English but some of ICC events are held with simultaneous interpretation in French, Spanish and/or Portuguese.
How can I be kept informed of ICC trainings and conferences?
If you would like to be kept informed of the upcoming ICC trainings and conferences, please complete and submit the form at the attached link: http://www.iccevents.org
What does PIDA stand for?
The ICC Institute of World Business Law defines PIDA as the Programme of the Institute for the Development of its Activities" (Programme de l'Institut pour le Développement de ses Activités).
I am interested in sponsoring an event – what is on offer?
ICC has a range of sponsorship packages and are also happy to design a package to suit your needs. Please contact Ms Rodriguez at: email@example.com or +33 1 49 53 28 42
I am interested in speaking at one of your conferences, what should I do?
An internal committee decides on the programme and speakers for each of our events. You can forward a copy of your CV and the subject matter which interests you to firstname.lastname@example.org
The internal committee will contact you directly if you are chosen to be part of the programme.
I am looking for a conference on “TOPIC” but I cannot see anything on your website. Will you organize such a conference in the future?
We are very interested in organizing events on new topics, please send your ideas for topics to email@example.com
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Registration to an ICC event
What are my payment options when registering for a training or conference?
The most common and easiest option for payment and registration is through our website. By accessing the page of the conference you wish to attend, a link may be found to our online registration system, which is rapid and easy to use. When registering online, it is possible to pay by credit card or by bank transfer. All online payments are protected by SHERLOCK’S GESTION system.
Alternatively, an electronic or paper copy of the registration form may be downloaded and submitted with payment information. The form may be submitted electronically through firstname.lastname@example.org, or by fax at +33 1 49 53 30 30.
Is it possible to get a group discount for a training or conference?
Yes, please send an email to email@example.com mentioning the event and the number of delegates interested in attending. Normally there is a group discount for 5 participants or more.
Can I get a discounted hotel rate?
Yes, we generally offer special discounted rates. The information is sent to registered participants. Quite often there is a quota and so it is important to book the hotel as soon as possible.
I have signed up for an event but I can no longer participate, can someone attend in my place?
Yes, registrations can be transferred with the agreement of ICC Training and Conference Department to another person from the same company at no extra cost; updated registration material will be required.
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What are online trainings/How does it work?
The course content is prepared and written by leading ICC trade experts and is accessible through your computer from anywhere in the world any time you want, no matter you level of proficiency. All you need is a computer and an internet connection. We offer beginner and advanced level courses. Each trainee receives a personalized ICC Certificate indicating their score in the course assessment.
What if I want to train my whole team?
It is possible to take individual trainings or to train your entire team. As the training is delivered online, all trainees receive the same training – you can be sure that your staff, regardless of location, is being trained to a consistent ICC standard. The integrated Learning Management System means it is easy to get your staff up and running and to keep track of their progress and results.
What are the system requirements?
The online trainings are delivered using a combination of audio, video, animation, graphics and text. The minimum browser requirements: Netscape 6.0; Internet Explorer 6.0; Firefox 1.0
In which languages are online trainings available?
We currently offer English only.
How much does it cost and how can I pay?
Online trainings are very cost effective as they imply no travel costs, accommodation, etc. Group rates are available. You can pay by credit card or by bank transfer.
What about accreditation and diplomas?
On completion of a course, each trainee receives a personalized ICC Certificate indicating their score in the course assessment. With some of our courses, you can earn up to 12 PDUs.
For any questions or for further information, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or
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call +33 1 49 53 28 69
What is a webinar?
Webinars are live, interactive learning experiences that allow participants to ask questions and get answers in real time - all from the comfort of your own office. Through webinars, ICC Events will bring the experts directly to your computer where ever you may be - allowing you to save travel time and expenses. Webinars last on average one hour so it is easy to schedule them in your agenda.
What equipment you require to participate in a webinar?
Required: Windows® 7, Vista, XP, 2003 Server or 2000
Required: Mac OS® X 10.4.11 (Tiger®) or newer
What is the CET?
Our webinar sessions are scheduled according to Central European Time. That corresponds to Paris, Brussels, Rome time.
Click here to convert the time between your city and CET.
How can I process to participate in a webinar?
Once subscribed online (at www.iccevents.org) to the webinar you will receive a confirmation email with a code and detailed instructions of how to access the webinar. You just need to login through the web to view the PPT presentation and use headphones to listen to the presentation. You may also call in using your telephone to hear the audio portion if no speakers are installed on your computer.
How can I ask questions?
Our webinars are interactive and generally a least one third of the webinar is dedicated to your questions. You simply type your questions in the Q&A box on your screen and it will be send directly to the speakers or moderator. It is also possible to send questions in advance if you prefer.
Will I receive the notes/document/presentation after the webinar?
Yes, the presentation and documents will be sent to all participants straight after the webinar.
What is the refund policy for a webinar?
50 % of the registration fee will be refunded if notice of cancellation is received in writing 14 days before the webinar. Cancellations after this date are not refundable. Subject to agreement from ICC Events prior to the webinar, the registration may be transferred to another person from the same company or organization at no extra charge. Updated registration material will be required.
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