NSDTA

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NSDTANational Staff Development and Training Association
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In an effort to ensure NSDTA conferences continue to be a valuable resource to attendees and their organizations, the NSDTA Executive Advisory Council recently conducted a survey of former conference attendees.
NSDTA is particularly well-positioned to help grow the workforce of the future.
Join the learning explosion at the National Staff Development and Training Association (NSDTA) Annual Conference in Savannah, GA, at the Hyatt Regency from September 17-20!
NSDTA conferences are a wonderful opportunity to expand your current skills and cultivate new ones as you sample the wide array of workshops designed expressly for training and staff development and run by experts and pace setters in the field.
If you are interested in submitting a proposal for a workshop or would like more information about sponsorship or scholarship options, please don't hesitate to contact Emily Campbell, Organizational Effectiveness director and NSDTA liaison, at ecampbell@aphsa.org.
Over the years, NSDTA has developed a body of knowledge to support the field of human service training and development and increase the professionalism of those who work in it.
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.
Since 1983, NSDTA has been advancing the field of human service training, professional development, and, more broadly, organizational effectiveness.
This award was given to Carolyn Ross, a beloved NSDTA board member, who passed away suddenly and unexpectedly in 2014.
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.
Mary Beth (MB) Lippold is the director of training and development at the Indiana Department of Child Services and serves on the board of the National Staff Training and Development Association (NSDTA), an affiliate of APHSA.
President, National Staff Development and Training Association (NSDTA)