IN-PERSON REGISTRATION IS OPEN!
NSDTA 2021 will be held in Spokane, WA, October 3-6. Join us at the DoubleTree by Hilton Spokane City Center for the opportunity to share ideas, resources, and engage in robust sessions. We are focusing on forward-thinking ideas about instructional design, workforce development, evaluation and research, and much more!
Please take two minutes to complete our NSDTA Pulse Survey. Your input will help inform our logistics planning to meet safely in Spokane.
2021 AWARD NOMINATIONS ARE OPEN!
NSDTA is pleased to offer the opportunity to recognize outstanding individuals and initiatives within your organization that help advance the delivery of health and human services practices or programs to staff. Awards are open to any individual, agency, company, or program that provides training, staff development, or supports training programs for public sector, nonprofit, or higher education employees. Deadline for Applications: August 20, 2021
Award categories are:
JOIN US IN SPOKANE, OR VIRTUALLY!
Get together with colleagues from across the nation for a series of information-rich presentations and breakout sessions focusing on forward-thinking ideas. Topic include, but are not limited to:
Evaluation and Research
Human Services Leadership
MEETING SAFELY – OUR COMMITMENT TO YOU
APHSA continues to monitor and assess the potential impact of COVID-19 on our members’ work as well as our events and events-related travel. We continue to move ahead as planned with the 2021 event. With everyone’s health and well-being as our top priority, we will continue to provide updates as needed.
APHSA is adopting a Meeting and Event Code of Conduct for all APHSA in-person events as developed by The Events Industry Council, through its member organizations, to support the health, safety, and well-being of our members.
For additional information, here are a few documents from APHSA regarding our role in event health safety.
APHSA Meeting and Event Code of Conduct
FIVE REASONS TO ATTEND NSDTA 2021
Attendance at NSDTA conference increases confidence in abilities as trainers and organizational effectiveness facilitators.
Attendees report a positive impact on their job performance as a result of attending the conference. Changes include, but are not limited to: utilizing difference mediums for training, applying different transfer of learning strategies, and enhanced training evaluation development.
Attendees experience opportunities to apply what they learned to their job, supporting the utility and relevance of the conference topics.
Application of what is learned at NSDTA helps to improve how training and organizational development is facilitiated within an attendee’s organization.
The collaboration and knowledge sharing that occurs at NSDTA helps promote shared use of training and organizational effectiveness materials and models across states, and to develop long-term relationships to support development of the health and human services’ workforce.
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What are your favorite parts of NSDTA conferences? What do you take away? Look forward to?
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