Conferences & Events
ASTD 2014 International Conference and Exposition
May 4-7, 2014 in Washington, DC
Join more than 9,000 of your training and development colleagues from around the globe to share best practices and insights. You'll learn current and future trends and find out how to apply them on the job to get results. ASTD 2014 will provide you the tools and resources to move you and your organization forward. Learn more.
The 2014 Online Proposal Submission site is now closed.
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January 22-24, 2014 in Las Vegas, NV
Join more than 1,500 of your training and development peers to learn how to effectively utilize technology for the advancement of training and development. You'll collaborate with and learn from the people who are focused on the intersection of technology and training. Learn how to make technology work for you. Learn more.
ASTD Telling Ain't Training
December 4-5, 2013 in Atlanta, GA
Based on the hot-selling book of the same name, this conference offers an experiential approach to transforming “telling” into activities that result in long-term retention and behavior change. Despite the irreverent title, this conference tackles universal and persistent questions: How do learners learn? Why do learners learn? How do you make sure that learning sticks? Learn more.
ASTD Training Ain't Performance
2014 Dates Coming Soon!
Based on the award-winning book of the same name, Training Ain’t Performance is a highly interactive learning event that delivers the key concepts, principles, and tools to transform you into an effective Performance Consultant. Learn more.
Leaving ADDIE for SAM Mega-Workshop
December 16-17, 2013 in Chicago, IL
When companies produce terrible e-learning, they often blame content organization, the technology limitations, or the navigation and interface. And it’s true, each of these contribute to success or failure. But organizations rarely think to hold accountable the most significant factor: the development process itself – the biggest factor in e-learning success ... Learn more.