Registration Information & Rates

Registration is OPEN for ALTA SPRINGBOARD!

Registration Types

Early Registration Rates

(rates available starting

Tuesday, November 30, 2022 –

Friday, January 21, 2022)

Regular Registration Rates

(rates available starting

Saturday, January 22, 2022 – 

Friday, March 11, 2022)

Onsite Registration Rates

(rates available starting

Saturday, March 12, 2022 – 

Wednesday, March 16, 2022


ALTA Member Full Conference Ticket

(Membership status will be verified)

 $525.00 $625.00 $725.00
Non-Member Full Conference Ticket

(Rate applies to non-ALTA Members only)

 $725.00 $825.00 $925.00
***All registered attendees will be required to sign up and attend a minimum of one (1) vendor Braindate appointment during ALTA SPRINGBOARD. Each attendee will be given access to the Braindate platform in advance of the event and have the ability to select the vendor Braindate of their choosing along with a date and time for the appointment that works best with their schedule. If an attendee does not wish to fulfill this requirement, please contact for ALTA SPRINGBOARD registration and pricing information. 

How to Register:

  • CLICK HERE to register online for ALTA SPRINGBOARD, March 15 – 16, 2022.
  • ALTA does not offer guest registration tickets or one-day passes for this event. All attendees must be registered at the full conference rate.
  • For additional questions or inquires, email

Discount Information:

  • If you are a HOP Leader or you have your National Title Professional (NTP) designation, don’t forget to use your discount code when registering online. These discounts can not be combined with any other discounts including the Flash Sale or the “Buy 4, Get 1 Free Team Promotion”.

Special Requests or Accommodations:

Do you require special accommodations or have dietary restrictions? Please send an explanation to

Duty of Care:

The American Land Title Association is preparing the ALTA SPRINGBOARD event experience so that all individuals onsite – attendees, speakers, staff and venue personnel – remain safe and comfortable throughout the event. We are monitoring the COVID-19 pandemic and in constant communication with our partners at Marriott Tampa Water Street Hotel, the Tampa Convention & Visitors Bureau, partner associations, national authorities, and ALTA Board of Governors.

ALTA Event Code of Conduct:

The American Land Title Association strives to create a professional and welcoming environment at all of its events, virtual and in-person, in which all individuals are treated with respect and dignity and free from any form of harassment or other discrimination. ALTA expects all Attendees at our events to be respectful of one another, regardless of race, sexuality, gender identification, age, family status, religious affiliation, or other characteristics.

This Event Code of Conduct (“Code of Conduct”) guides everyone who participates in or attends ALTA conferences, meetings or events, including members, non-members, employees, speakers, sponsors, vendors, contractors, volunteers, and other guests (“Attendees”). ALTA wants to ensure that all Attendees understand what behavior is expected and what behavior will not be tolerated at an ALTA conference, meeting, or event. This Code of Conduct applies to all events held at any venue, hotel, meeting room, office location, website, or internet platform where an ALTA sponsored conference, meeting, or other event (including social events) is held.

Everyone participating in an ALTA event is required to abide by the following guidelines.

Expected Behavior

  1. Treat all Attendees with respect and consideration, valuing a diversity of views and opinions.
  2. Be considerate, respectful, and collegial.
  3. Avoid personal attacks directed toward other Attendees.
  4. Be mindful of your surroundings and of other event Attendees.
  5. Alert on-premises personnel and ALTA executive staff if you notice a dangerous situation or someone clearly in distress.
  6. Audio or visual recording and photographing of another individual’s presentation is not permitted unless the presenter states otherwise.
  7. If you notice anyone not following these rules, please inform an event organizer.
  8. Follow recommended precautions to prevent transmission of infectious diseases.

 Unacceptable Behavior

 ALTA expressly prohibits harassment and discrimination based on race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, pregnancy, genetic information, military and veteran status, marital status, personal appearance, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, disability or perceived disability (physical or mental), family responsibilities, political affiliation, or any other legally protected characteristic. Examples of conduct prohibited by this Code of Conduct include, without limitation:

  1. Intimidating or threatening verbal or non-verbal conduct.
  2. Harassment in any form, including bullying, intimidation or disparaging comments related to gender, gender identity or appearance, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, race, religion, ethnicity, national origin, political views, or affiliation.
  3. Sexual harassment, including but not limited to, unwanted or inappropriate conduct, unwanted sexual attention, comments, jokes, or advances.
  4. Lewd, derogatory, or otherwise offensive speech or non-verbal conduct.
  5. Threatening or stalking any Attendee.
  6. Behavior or comments that disrupt the event, a session, or other formal or informal meeting or event in any way.
  7. Drinking in an irresponsible manner.
  8. Any destruction or vandalizing of personal property or event site or materials.
  9. Possession of a weapon or any item that can be used as a weapon, which may be used to threaten or cause injury to others if used in a certain manner.
  10. Knowingly and falsely reporting violations of this Code.
  11. Retaliating against another participant for reporting a violation of this Code. 

Reporting Procedure

If any Attendee believes they or another Attendee has been subject to conduct that violates this Code of Conduct, or witnesses such conduct, s/he should report the violation to the ALTA CEO, General Counsel, Director of Meetings, or another member of the Executive Staff while on-site at the event or as soon after the event as possible. Any member of association staff who receives such a report or who witnesses inappropriate conduct must notify a member of ALTA Executive Staff. All reported concerns will be treated seriously and investigated. All Attendees are expected to cooperate fully and honestly with any investigation.

Attendees are subject to the policies and procedures of their place of employment. As such, any Attendees should report an incident to their employer, especially if the incident involves a co-worker.

ALTA asks that anyone who experiences or witnesses behavior such as assault of any kind that constitutes an immediate or serious threat to safety contact 911 or ask for public security.


Attendees who are asked to stop their behavior will be expected to comply immediately. If an Attendee continues to violate this Code, ALTA may take whatever actions it deems appropriate, including, for example, expulsion from the conference without refund, notification of participant’s employer, and disqualification from attending future events.


ALTA has a zero-tolerance policy for behavior in violation of any state, federal or local law or regulation. ALTA reserves the right to work with a governmental authority in their investigation of any criminal complaint involving discrimination or harassment, physical and verbal, by Attendees at our meetings.

In response to repeated and witnessed incidents of unacceptable behavior as listed below, ALTA reserves the right to communicate within the appropriate channels of an Attendee’s employer, and also reserves the right to prohibit attendance at any future meeting.

No Retaliation

ALTA will not tolerate any actual or attempted reprisals or retaliation against individuals who raise in good faith a concern that this Code of Conduct has been violated, or who participate in the investigation of such a concern.


If you have any questions about this policy, please contact

Cancellation & Refund Policy:

All cancellations or refund requests must be received in writing prior to Monday, February 14, 2022 and are subject to a US $100.00 processing fee. Refunds will not be granted after 4:59 pm Monday, February 14, 2022, nor will they be issued for no-shows. Substitutions will be permitted in the event a registrant cannot attend. Please notify ALTA of all cancellations or substitutions by email. In the case of a cancellation by ALTA or due to regulatory requirements of the host hotel city, ALTA will only refund the cost of an attendee’s meeting registration fee. The Association is not responsible for any travel or hotel cancellation charges that an attendee may incur.

ALTA will follow and adhere to all state and local requirements related to COVID-19 for this event. However, ALTA would like to encourage attendees to take any necessary precautions to protect themselves. If an attendee has been exposed or is feeling sick, please do not attend in-person. Attendees will  receive a refund upon proof of a positive COVID-19 test dated between Monday, March 7, 2022 – Sunday, March 13, 2022. ALTA will only accept test results from a PCR, RT-PCR, NAAT or a rapid test that has been administer by a medical professional at testing site or a pharmacy. ALTA will not accept at-home or over-the-counter COVID-19 test results. If an attendee has recently had COVID-19, please adhere to the CDC quarantine and isolation guidelines.

Additionally, we strongly recommend attendees be vaccinated or have a negative COVID test prior to arriving in Tampa, FL. Attendees are not required to wear masks. However, you are encouraged to wear a mask if you prefer to do so or are not vaccinated