Training & Events Calendar




Date Training Location Event/Class


June 16-18, 2022

 
2022 Dr. David Avolt In-Service Training Conference  Sheraton Hotel & Suites, 8787 Keystone Crossing, Indianapolis  This conference is for coroners and deputy coroners to gain in-service hours required under IC 35-2-2-14-22.3. Additional details TBA. 




September 7-11, 2022  40-Hour Medicolegal Death Investigators Course  Sheraton Hotel & Suites, 8787 Keystone Crossing, Indianapolis  Class registration will start at 7:15 am on the first day of training. You will receive the materials needed for course at that time. Call Lisa Barker at 765-479-1934 or Barker.incoroner@gmail.com to register for the training. This course is offered to elected coroners and appointed deputy coroners only. 




February 8-12, 2023  40-Hour Medicolegal Death Investigators Course  Sheraton Hotel & Suites, 8787 Keystone Crossing, Indianapolis  Class registration will start at 7:15 am on the first day of training. You will receive the materials needed for course at that time. Call Lisa Barker at 765-479-1934 or Barker.incoroner@gmail.com to register for the training. This course is offered to elected coroners and appointed deputy coroners only. 



June 22-24, 2023

 
2023 Dr. David Avolt In-Service Training Conference  Sheraton Hotel & Suites, 8787 Keystone Crossing, Indianapolis  This conference is for coroners and deputy coroners to gain in-service hours required under IC 35-2-2-14-22.3. Additional details TBD. 




September 8-10, 2023 & September 22-24, 2023

*Must attend both weekends 
40-Hour Medicolegal Death Investigators Course  Sheraton Hotel & Suites, 8787 Keystone Crossing, Indianapolis  Class registration will start at 7:15 am on the first day of training. You will receive the materials needed for course at that time. Call Lisa Barker at 765-479-1934 or indcoroners@tds.net to register for the course. This course is offered to elected coroners and appointed deputy coroners only. 


NOTE: The ISCA & CTB will be doing our part to maintain social distancing and will be watching the orders from the Governor's Office if the need should arise that the conferences and trainings should be cancelled.