NSDTA has also developed guidelines for staffing a training and development program.
To assist them, NSDTA has developed a code of ethics and examples of specific issues and dilemmas that they may encounter in their new role.
Each year NSDTA takes pride in accepting nominations and giving acknowledgment to outstanding individuals or groups of individuals who have been involved in training for public health and human services and represent distinction in their respective fields.
In addition, each year the NSDTA president acknowledges the dedication and commitment of board members who have made significant contributions to NSDTA.
Since 1983, NSDTA has been advancing the field of human service training, professional development, and, more broadly, organizational effectiveness.
Disseminating new practices occurs through peer networking and attending innovative workshops at the NSDTA conference.
The President's Award, given at the sole discretion of the NSDTA president, is the only award for which a board member may be considered.
She also wrote articles, conducted surveys, and generally supported the NSDTA affiliate.
The Joan Carrera Conference scholarships provide opportunities to attend the annual NSDTA
Professional Development Institute to qualified recipients who many not otherwise be able to participate due to financial constraints.
While many people work long and hard hours to make NSDTA
happen, the winner of this first President's Award went above and beyond to keep our conferences running like clockwork for many years.
, the Wisconsin State Training Organization, ASTD, and other professional organizations' conferences have been a source of information.
members are experts in workforce and organizational development in all human service programs.