We look forward to seeing you at the 2023 NSDTA Annual Education Conference as we connect and Build Bridges to a 21st Century Workforce!
Don't Miss the Opening Keynote!
Monday, October 23, 8:30 AM – 9:45 AM
“The Gift Called Leadership” is a rallying cry for a special breed of leaders who are not driven by monetary gain or personal glory but by an innate sense of duty—a commitment to a cause larger than themselves. Whether you're a seasoned leader or stepping into leadership for the first time, Barry's talk will guide you on a journey of self-discovery and growth.
Barry E. Knight
DEI Officer and Leadership Coach
County of Riverside (CA) for "The Gift Called Leadership"
Top 5 Reasons to Attend NSDTA '23
Attendance at this conference increases confidence in their abilities as trainers and organization 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 difference transfer of learning strategies, and enhanced training evaluation development.
Attendees experience opportunities to apply what they learned to their jobs, supporting the utility and relevance of the conference topics.
Applying what is learned at NSDTA helps improve how training and organizational development are facilitated within an attendee's organization.
The collaboration and knowledge sharing at NSDTA help promote the shared use of training and organizational effectiveness materials and models across states and develop long-term relationships to support the development of the human services workforce.
What Are Your Reasons?
Share your Story! What are your favorite parts of NSDTA conferences? What do you take away? What do you look forward to? Send us an email.