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  • May 02, 2019 9:00 AM | ATDps Admin (Administrator)

    ATDps is a partner with Learnapalooza - the PacNW's only conference dedicated to #innovation and #disruption in learning! We invite learning professionals of all stripes - from OD and HR to traditional L&D to Coaches to come learn from and have fun with some local (and not so local!) colleagues in making learning and growing at work not suck!

    Join us this May 2&3 for Learnapalooza's LAP XL. This year we take a cue from pop culture and the "Hero's Journey" archetype to explore:

    Superhero You: Bridge Your Skills Gap

    Connect. Learn. Build. Play. Be a SUPERHERO.

    We know that we're all capable of being super at our jobs--and LAP helps bring out the inner superhero in all of us-- even if we don't have Black Panther's advanced tech, Captain America's strength, Thor's chiseled good looks, or Black Widow's stealth.

    SO... for one and a half days, we'll showcase great ideas from amazing session facilitators. We want to help others level up their own abilities. We want to harness the powers of the collective to become the best teams and colleagues we can be.

    Registration is now open. Get your seat while the gettin’s good – this event will sell out!

    1.5 days of badass people and rad content in a fun, non-traditional conference environment

    We’ll take over part of the iconic downtown Seattle Library

    May 2nd (9AM – 5PM) & May 3rd (9AM – 12PM)

    ATDps members get an additional discount: just enter code atdps at checkout.

    $299 General Admission $249 Groups $229 students/government/nonprofits


    Register Now!


    Check out the full list of speakers and agenda

    We invite ATDps members to keep the conversation going and connect with us on LinkedIn, Facebook, Meetup and Twitter.

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  • April 11, 2019 4:38 PM | ATDps Admin (Administrator)

    Position Title: Educational Research Analyst

    Classification: FLSA Exempt, Full-Time Regular, Union

    Category: Senior Program

    Supervisor: Assessment Manager

    Summary: Reporting to the Assessment Manager, the Assessment Analyst will research, develop, design, launch, and evaluate measurement of student performance and readiness. This information is intended to inform business decisions and process improvement; as well as empower individual student success through individualized support services. The ideal candidate will possess deep experience in the development and delivery of student readiness and achievement data. The Assessment Analyst

    will be responsible for design, coordination, development, and deployment of educational testing with emphasis on competency acquisition, application, and retention, as well as workforce readiness. Implementing procedures for assessment deployment, ensuring the veracity of data, and validating assessment methods and results are part of this portfolio. If you want to make a difference in the lives of home care aides and those who they support, we want to hear from you!

    Link: Educational Research Analyst


  • April 11, 2019 4:38 PM | ATDps Admin (Administrator)

    Position Title:   Item Writer 
    Classification: FLSA Exempt, Full-Time Regular, Union
    Category:
     Project
    Supervisor:  Assessment Manager
    Summary:   
    Reporting to the Assessment Manager, the Assessment Item Writer will be responsible for the creation of test questions for all Home Care Aide courses. Using industry-sourced competency domains and performance standards, the Assessment Item Writer will author unique, equitable question-and-answer choices in formats including multiple choice, scenario, and fill-in-the-blank. If you want to make a difference in the lives of home care aides and the people who they support, we want to hear from you!
    LinkItem Writer

  • March 14, 2019 8:30 AM | ATDps Admin (Administrator)

    The Core 4 Anaheim Program Is Now Available!

    The Core 4 2019 Anaheim program is now up! Check out all the amazing speakers and their thought-provoking sessions taking place in Anaheim this March 14-15.

    Attend Core 4 and gain solutions in the most essential topics for all talent development professionals: instructional design, training delivery, measurement and evaluation, and learning technologies.

    Make sure to register by February 15 to save $100 with the early bird rate!

    Details here


    USE OUR CHIP CODE 8020 when you register!


  • February 18, 2019 12:57 PM | ATDps Admin (Administrator)

    Champion of Learning from ATD for celebrating ATD Employee Learning Week 2018!


    On behalf of ATD, thank you for participating in Employee Learning Week, and your partnership to create a world that works better.


  • February 12, 2019 8:00 AM | ATDps Admin (Administrator)

    Member Pricing for our Colleagues at ATDps

    Join us on February 12th

    at the Meydenbauer Center in Bellevue WA

    LWHRA is proud to partner with the Association for Talent Development on networking and training opportunities. We would like to show our appreciation for this joint partnership by extending our member pricing for Symposium to our colleagues at ATDps.

    Please join us for the largest all-day event organized by our association, attracting more than 350 attendees. HR Professionals are working in the knowledge economy. We know that information is our most valuable commodity and, in an era, where we are being pulled in multiple directions, our goal at the 2019 Symposium is to "Get Focused and Cut Out the Noise" for one day and focus on your development.

    These days, information is available in almost infinite abundance, delivered automatically to our electronic devices or accessible with a few clicks of the mouse. New research suggests that the surging volume of available information—and its interruption of people’s work—can adversely affect decision making, innovation, and productivity. At the 2019 Symposium, you will get the chance to slow down, focus on learning, meet industry leaders, and discover innovative products and services with our vendors and sponsors.

    When registering use code: member (registration ends February 7th)

    We look forward to seeing you there!!

    Sincerely,

    LWHRA Symposium Committee


  • February 06, 2019 8:00 AM | ATDps Admin (Administrator)

    February 6-8, Palm Beach County Convention Center

    Learning technology is rapidly changing, and learners are increasingly demanding the use of advanced technologies in the learning environment. ATD TechKnowledge is the premier conference and exposition at the intersection of technology and learning. Celebrating its 20th anniversary in 2019, TechKnowledge is a learning technologies conference for talent development professionals that delivers practical how-to’s, advanced strategy and solutions, and everything in between.

    Join ATD for three exciting days of hands-on learning, expertise from the industry’s most respected thought leaders, and an EXPO showcasing the hottest products and tools in learning technologies. Develop your skills in e-learning, mobile and social learning, platforms and tools, serious games and simulations, technology strategy for leaders, trending technologies, virtual classrooms, and more.

    Whether you are a digital beginner introducing learning technologies or a seasoned veteran looking for the latest tech innovations, this talent development technology conference will equip you with the insight to take your talent development efforts to the next level.

    ALL Details here.

  • December 27, 2018 1:09 PM | ATDps Admin (Administrator)

    Get the best price on your ATD 2019 registration and join us May 19-22, 2019, in Washington, D.C. to see Oprah Winfrey, Seth Godin, and Eric Whitacre. Save with your early bird rate now through February 8!

    When registering please use our CHiP code: 8020!


  • December 11, 2018 10:55 AM | ATDps Admin (Administrator)


    The CPLP Study Group will be resuming in Q1 2019! The CPLP (Certified Professional in Learning and Performance) Study Group sessions cover all ten chapters in the ATD Learning System.  This is definitely for CPLP candidates, people who are considering becoming CPLP candidates and other professionals interested in learning more about the field of talent development.

  • December 01, 2018 9:00 AM | ATDps Admin (Administrator)

    Ms. Jane Elliott, world renowned teacher and activist, will present her extraordinary seminar, "The Anatomy of Prejudice" on Saturday, December 1st. The 4-hour seminar introduces the widely-known Blue Eyes/Brown Eyes Exercise, which is the subject of the film, "The Eye of the Storm." Ms. Elliott used the exercise to teach her 3rd grade students about prejudice the day after Martin Luther King was assassinated.

    The seminar is hosted by the Institute for Sustainable Diversity and Inclusion (ISDI) and is the final event of the 20th Anniversary Year Celebration of the NW Diversity Learning Series, which ISDI also hosts.

    “If you aren’t angry about racism in America you’re

    probably white, because you don’t think it’s affecting

    you.” --Jane Elliott

    Ms. Elliott has taught the Blue Eyes/Brown Eyes Exercise about prejudice to many groups around the world. Many of those who have experienced this exercise say it is emotionally significant and life-changing.

    Participants will gain valuable insights, tools, resources and activities designed to help them identify their own biased statements, behaviors, and attitudes -- helping them to decrease the amount of racism, sexism, homophobia, ethnocentrism and other "isms" in their environment!


    All details here


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