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ATD Education

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More than 75 training programs available to empower learning professionals.
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ASTD offers education programs online and throughout the U.S. Find the location most convenient to you.

Online 63 Dubai 3
Virginia 40 Washington 3
New York 19 District of Columbia 2
Nevada 16 Massachusetts 2
Illinois 14 Shanghai 2
California 8 Beijing 1
Pennsylvania 6 Colorado 1
Texas 6 Kentucky 1
Florida 5 Louisiana 1
Georgia 5 North Carolina 1
Arizona 4

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Do your prefer face-to-face or online training? Additionally, all ASTD programs are also available to be delivered on-site or privately online at your organization. Click here to learn more. 

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Face-to-Face 45

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ASTD designs programs to support different roles within the learning profession. Find the programs designed to help you perform in your role.

For the Trainer 59
For the Instructional Designer 55
For the Manager 47
For the HR/OD Professional 31

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Have you joined one of ASTD’s over 9 Communities of Practice? ASTD offers education programs to help individuals in these communities develop the skills they need to be successful.

Legacy 63 Senior Leaders and Executives 7
Learning and Development 34 Career Development 6
Learning Technologies 30 Government 4
Human Capital 17 Science of Learning 3
Management 12 Global Human Resource Development 2

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Events and Conferences

In addition to great programs, ATD offers premier events for talent development professionals.

Telling Ain’t Training

Based on the award-winning book of the same name, ATD’s Telling Ain’t Training event offers an exceptional approach to transforming ineffective “telling” into training that results in long-term retention and improved performance on the job. This event delivers interactive, practical strategies that can be implemented immediately to improve your training programs. You’ll come away principles and tools that are backed by research and real-world experience!

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Leaving ADDIE for SAM

When companies produce ineffective learning, they often place blame on content organization, technological limitations, or clumsy navigation and interface.

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LearnNow

ATD’s LearnNow Conference is a unique event designed to help learning professionals embrace next-generation learning solutions and find new ways to empower learning, support performance, and provide business impact.

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ATD Rapid Retooling

Organizational and individual change is constant—it’s not a race to the finish line. At the Rapid Retooling Workshop you’ll learn that organizational change is a cyclical process. You’ll find out how to constantly and rapidly adapt—or “retool”—yourself, your employees, and your organization business models to keep pace with technology and economic events. By implementing the strategies and tools presented, you will forge a workplace culture that is flexible, resilient, and aware of events that affect its business. This awareness will allow for faster, more efficient, and more cost-effective change initiatives.

You will learn how to:

• Build employees' business acumen, thereby increasing their ability to spot opportunities for driving revenue, as well as potential organizational threats. 
• Create a culture that encourages innovation.
• Link your organization's business goals to employees' personal goals, increasing their engagement with and dedication to their work.

The Five Milestones for Rapid Results During Change
During the conference the facilitators will share case examples of how to use these five milestones successfully within an organization, highlighting a hands-on tool for each one.


1. Building a Business Mindset: In the fast paced, competitive global marketplace, leading teams teach employees the business of their business; synchronize priorities across the team; and leverage values to make tough decisions.

2. Sparking Innovation: Trust is the foundation for innovation. Rapid team innovation is born from practical strategies that build trust and increase risk taking to create a culture where employees dare to fail.

3. Busting Silos: In a world of social networks and permanent reachability, creating collaborative relationships is still a challenge. High performing leaders foster connectedness with key stakeholders and are relationship management champions.

4. Energizing the Team: Motivating employees during rapid change requires the right team structure as well as the right leadership skills.

5. Personal Engagement: There is no cookie cutter formula for work-life balance. Rapid results come from a personalized work-life integration plan: aligning talents with needs, removing barriers to peak performance and creating work-life integration.


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Meet Our Facilitators

We've got some of the best in the industry.

Cindy Huggett

Cindy Huggett

Cindy Huggett, CPLP, is an independent consultant, professional speaker, instructional designer, classroom facilitator, and author who specializes in workplace training and development. With more than 20 years of experience, Cindy has successfully designed curriculums, facilitated classes, and led training rollouts in almost every industry and every size organization.

Cindy is the author of The Virtual Training Guidebook: How to Design, Deliver, and Implement Live Online Learning (2013), Virtual Training Basics (2010), and the co-author of two ASTD Press Infolines, “Simple, Effective Online Learning” (2008) and “Designing for the Virtual Classroom” (2009). She holds a master’s degree in Public and International Affairs from the University of Pittsburgh, and a bachelor’s degree from James Madison University. Cindy is also a past member of the ASTD National Board of Directors and was one of the first to earn the Certified Professional in Learning and Performance (CPLP) designation.

Cindy Huggett

Cindy Huggett

Cindy Huggett, CPLP, is an independent consultant, professional speaker, instructional designer, classroom facilitator, and author who specializes in workplace training and development. With more than 20 years of experience, Cindy has successfully designed curriculums, facilitated classes, and led training rollouts in almost every industry and every size organization.

Cindy is the author of The Virtual Training Guidebook: How to Design, Deliver, and Implement Live Online Learning (2013), Virtual Training Basics (2010), and the co-author of two ASTD Press Infolines, “Simple, Effective Online Learning” (2008) and “Designing for the Virtual Classroom” (2009). She holds a master’s degree in Public and International Affairs from the University of Pittsburgh, and a bachelor’s degree from James Madison University. Cindy is also a past member of the ASTD National Board of Directors and was one of the first to earn the Certified Professional in Learning and Performance (CPLP) designation.

Facilitates the following:

Barbara Greenstein

Barbara Greenstein

Barbara Greenstein, principal of Human Resource Prescriptions, is a performance improvement specialist providing proven and creative ways to improve human performance in the workplace. By identifying issues and opportunities for improvement, she helps organizations large and small meet their planned goals.

Barbara is highly regarded for her facilitation and instructional design skills. With over 20 years of experience in the training and development field, her mission is to help clients put the systems in place that will help them manage effectively in today's changing business environment while ensuring optimal performance and job satisfaction for all employees.

Prior to becoming an external consultant, Barbara's corporate experience included training and instructional design for Burger King Corporation, Pizza Hut, and Electronic Data Systems (EDS). She completed her undergraduate work in consumer affairs and management at Florida International University and received a master's degree in human resource development, as well as graduate certificates in instructional design and total quality management (TQM) from Marymount University.

Barbara is an adjunct professor for the master's program in human resources at Chapman University in San Diego. She has also served as a facilitator for the University of San Diego's master's program in executive leadership program. In addition, she is a Certified Performance Technologist (CPT), a certification awarded through the International Society of Performance Improvement (ISPI) and the American Society for Training & Development (ASTD). Barbara is past president of the San Diego chapter of ASTD and an active member of ISPI.

Barbara Greenstein

Barbara Greenstein

Barbara Greenstein, principal of Human Resource Prescriptions, is a performance improvement specialist providing proven and creative ways to improve human performance in the workplace. By identifying issues and opportunities for improvement, she helps organizations large and small meet their planned goals.

Barbara is highly regarded for her facilitation and instructional design skills. With over 20 years of experience in the training and development field, her mission is to help clients put the systems in place that will help them manage effectively in today's changing business environment while ensuring optimal performance and job satisfaction for all employees.

Prior to becoming an external consultant, Barbara's corporate experience included training and instructional design for Burger King Corporation, Pizza Hut, and Electronic Data Systems (EDS). She completed her undergraduate work in consumer affairs and management at Florida International University and received a master's degree in human resource development, as well as graduate certificates in instructional design and total quality management (TQM) from Marymount University.

Barbara is an adjunct professor for the master's program in human resources at Chapman University in San Diego. She has also served as a facilitator for the University of San Diego's master's program in executive leadership program. In addition, she is a Certified Performance Technologist (CPT), a certification awarded through the International Society of Performance Improvement (ISPI) and the American Society for Training & Development (ASTD). Barbara is past president of the San Diego chapter of ASTD and an active member of ISPI.

Facilitates the following:

Ruth Colvin Clark

Ruth Colvin Clark

Ruth Clark is a specialist in instructional design and technical training, determined to bridge the gap between academic research and practitioner application in instructional methods. She holds a doctorate in the field and is president of her own company, Clark Training & Consulting. Her books and articles focus on various aspects of training and e-learning.
Ruth Colvin Clark

Ruth Colvin Clark

Ruth Clark is a specialist in instructional design and technical training, determined to bridge the gap between academic research and practitioner application in instructional methods. She holds a doctorate in the field and is president of her own company, Clark Training & Consulting. Her books and articles focus on various aspects of training and e-learning.

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