Are you a chapter member who….
- has had your employment impacted and wants to continue in the Training and Development field?
- is transitioning into the Training and Development field?
- is already in the Training and Development field and wants to enter a different area of the profession?
- seeks to manage your career internally and externally of your organization?
Then join us for the June 27th Career Management Special Interest Group Program!
Have you ever considered a career in the federal service? This engaging, fact-filled session will provide details about the wide variety of federal government employment opportunities that are available for instructors, curriculum designers and developers, training technicians, teachers, educational researchers and other related support staff nationwide and around the world.
• How to find out about federal government job vacancies in Florida and other U.S. locations
• How to navigate through the federal hiring process
• Mistakes that federal job applicants commonly make
• Tips for standing out from the crowd in the hiring process
Featured Speaker: Special Agent, Thomas Ackerman
Tom Ackerman has 22 years of career experience with the federal government. He presently serves as the National Training Manager for the U.S. Department of Agriculture Office of Inspector General (USDA-OIG) and as an Adjunct Instructor at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center, U.S. Department of Homeland Security. For more than 15 years, Tom has spoken at conferences and universities nationwide about federal careers and the federal hiring process.
Tom holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Wayne State University in Detroit and a Master of Science degree from Michigan State University. Tom is the author of 3 best-selling books related to careers with the FBI and other federal law enforcement agencies. Tom is an active member of the ASTD Northeast Florida chapter and frequently attends CMSIG events.
ASTD Competency Model:
The Model emphasizes: (1) foundational competencies, or those that are important to everyone in the field, and (2) the specific areas of expertise (AOEs), which are the specialized knowledge and actions required by specific roles. This month’s program supports the new ASTD foundational competency of “Industry Knowledge” and the competency model quadrant “Training Delivery.”
Thursday, June 27, 2013
6:00 PM: Networking
6:15 PM: Program
***Please note our NEW location for CM-SIG programs***
Nova Southeastern University
6675 Corporate Center Parkway (off of Salisbury Road)
Jacksonville, FL 32216
Room 208 (Please check signs at elevator)
Fees & Requirements:
No cost, but you must be a member of NE Florida ASTD chapter to attend.
For additional information:
Contact Lynn Higgison at 904-535-0029 (Cell) or LHiggison@aol.com.
Online registration for this meeting closes at midnight on June 25.
Walk-ins: A $5.00 surcharge for unregistered walk-ins will apply.
Can’t Show? Please, Let Us Know! We understand that plans change. To cancel your reservation, email email@example.com or call (904) 356-9008. Program cancellations must be received prior to 5:00 pm three business days before the event (unless otherwise noted) to receive a full refund. Cancellation deadlines may be extended for special events.
ADA Notice:The Northeast Florida ASTD chapter strives to make all of our programs accessible to people with disabilities or special needs as defined under the ADA. If you require special assistance or accommodation to fully participate in this event, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org, at least two weeks prior the planned program so that we may discuss your specific needs.
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