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All ATD-PHL program events align with the ATD Competency Model and Certifications. Click the event name below to view more details and to register online. 

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A benefit of chapter membership is access to recordings of prior events. Recordings are kept for one year. Find the recordings on this page (login required).

Upcoming events

    • July 31, 2024
    • 6:00 PM - 7:15 PM
    • Virtual
    Register

    This monthly webinar series is offered by the ATD Mid-Atlantic Chapters – Regional Programs Consortium which is comprised of the following nine ATD chapters: 

    Appalachia 
    Central PA
    Greater Philadelphia
    Long Island
    Maryland
    Mid NJ
    New York City
    Northern NJ
    Pittsburgh
     

    Cooperatively, these chapters bring together the very best speakers from around all our networks to provide world-class presenters and content!  We look forward to sharing these webinars with you for the rest of 2024! 

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    Recently, it's become an expectation in most organizations that all departments use data to make decisions and evaluate results. Most of us are not trained analysts, and while the power of data can’t be argued with, harnessing that power can seem out of reach for someone with limited experience with data. However, solving problems with data starts with simple but often overlooked questions: asking the right questions. Asking the right questions drives the exploration and analysis of available data. In this session, we’ll dive into how to tie questions to value drivers and break down problems to ensure we’re genuinely making data-informed decisions.


    ATD Recertification Credits: 1.25

    ATD Mid-Atlantic Regional Webinar Programs are pre-approved through the ATD Greater Philadelphia Chapter by the ATD Certification Institute for continuing education credits. These credits are based on the ATD Capability Model may be applied towards recertification by Certified Professional in Talent Development (CPTD) and Associate Professional in Talent Development (APTD) credential holders.

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    Speaker Biography:  

    Suzannah Dunbar | Chief Learning Officer 


    Suzannah is a Master Facilitator at StoryIQ who combines her love for data analytics and storytelling with a passion for empowering learners to solve their own problems and tell their own stories with data. She takes a practical approach to helping professionals use data and equips learners with immediately practical tools and techniques in their day-to-day work.   

    As a former consultant, Suzannah has supported data analytics, learning, and change management efforts for clients within US government agencies, including the US Agency for International Development and the Department of State. Currently, she supports adult learners across the private sector in data storytelling, presentation skills, and data analytics. 

    Suzannah holds a Master’s Degree in Global Human Development from Georgetown University and a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration from The Ohio State University. 

    StoryIQ On-Demand | StoryIQ

    • August 28, 2024
    • 6:00 PM - 7:15 PM
    • Virtual
    Register

    This monthly webinar series is offered by the ATD Mid-Atlantic Chapters – Regional Programs Consortium which is comprised of the following nine ATD chapters: 

    Appalachia 
    Central PA
    Greater Philadelphia
    Long Island
    Maryland
    Mid NJ
    New York City
    Northern NJ
    Pittsburgh
     

    Cooperatively, these chapters bring together the very best speakers from around all our networks to provide world-class presenters and content!  We look forward to sharing these webinars with you for the rest of 2024! 

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    Digital credentials have existed in their current form as open badges since the early 2010s. In some ways the field has advanced significantly and along with that, revenue opportunities. However, in other ways, we are facing the very same or similar challenges that were faced in the early digital credentialing days. This presentation discusses a brief history of digital credentials and use cases of current uses while also considering the challenges of the field that have yet to be solved. All of this will be covered in an interactive polling presentation where the attendees will consider how digital credentials could be used as part of the learning ecosystem at their organization.

    Participants will have opportunity to:

    Describe the historical development of digital credentials, including their transition to open badges in the early 2010s and subsequent advancements in the field.

    Identify and discuss various contemporary applications of digital credentials, including their role in education, workforce development, and professional certification.

    Assess existing challenges faced by the digital credentialing ecosystem, as well as recognize emerging revenue opportunities. 

    Participants will also be able to propose potential solutions to address these challenges within their respective organizations' learning ecosystems.


    ATD Recertification Credits: 1.25

    ATD Mid-Atlantic Regional Webinar Programs are pre-approved through the ATD Greater Philadelphia Chapter by the ATD Certification Institute for continuing education credits. These credits are based on the ATD Capability Model may be applied towards recertification by Certified Professional in Talent Development (CPTD) and Associate Professional in Talent Development (APTD) credential holders.

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    Speaker Biography:  

    Victoria Raish | Senior Learning Designer/Program Director 

    Victoria Raish is a senior leader in the field of online learning and microlearning with a particular interest in the crossover space between traditional academia and innovative educational applications. She has her Ph.D. in learning, design, and technology from Penn State University and a master’s degree from The University of Southern California. She works for Nexford University as a senior learning designer and was previously a tenured faculty member for Penn State University. She got her start in digital credentials as an intern for a NASA Educational Services Provider grant project developing badges for teacher professional development. From there she took on leadership roles with IMS Global (EdTech1), the Association for College and Research Libraries, and at her places of employment to elevate the visibility of digital credentials. Combined with several publications, Victoria has established her role as an expert in the space.

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