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May 2010 seems like so long ago but we just have to fill everyone in on RU TRDV’s participation in the 2010 American Society for Training and Development’s International Conference and Exposition (ASTD ICE) held in Chicago! Leaders from ASTD worked with volunteers from the Chicagoland Chapter of ASTD (CCASTD) as well as professionals around the world to create an event that provided a seemingly endless array of networking and best practice sharing opportunities for anyone who attend. This year was the first ASTD ICE to feature a “Student Day” where local university students in training and performance programs could attend an especially designed program free of charge. Many RU TRDV students took advantage of this opportunity and we were happy to see our programs so smartly represented to the training world!
RU TRDV took advantage of an ASTD ICE event in our own back yard by staffing an information booth in the Expo area. Current students, alumni, and faculty members were present at the booth to discuss our programs and best practices with thousands of attendees from all over the globe. We were happy to see so many members of the RU TRDV community stop by, say hello, and offer insight to Expo attendees who were interested in learning more about the RU TRDV experience.
In addition to the booth in the Expo area, RU TRDV lead a panel discussion titled, “University/Professional Organization Partnerships: A competitive advantage” on Monday, May 18, 2010. Panelists included Tara Hawkins (Program Coordinator), George Vuckotich (Faculty), Kathleen Iverson (Faculty), Michelle Fillichicha (Faculty), and Mark Durgee (student) in addition to leaders from ASTD. The session highlighted RU TRDV’s participation as the first university program in ASTD’s University Partnership Program.
If you are interested in checking out some pictures we took from the event visit our Facebook page here.
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When students graduate from Roosevelt University’s Training and Development (RU TRDV) masters degree programs they go out in the world and do some amazing things! We have alumni in various leadership roles in organizations where effective training and performance interventions bring some amazing results. We pride ourselves in helping our students create professional development plans that will continue to sharpen our alumni’s competencies long after they receive their diplomas.
So it should be no surprise that some of our graduates amass so much experience that they might someday consider sharing their knowledge with the next wave of students seeking the same success. Many of these professionals-turned-instructors will connect with students in an online learning environment. Online learning is not new. In fact most graduates of RU TRDV programs will have taken at least one class online by the time they graduate. Knowledge transfer techniques in an online environment are different than those found in a traditional face-to-face classroom.
It is in this light that RU TRDV has developed and rolled out a new post-graduate certificate plan called the Graduate Certificate in Online Teaching. This three-class program is designed to help seasoned professionals design and successfully instruct classes in an online environment. For details on classes, the application process, or relevance of the certificate program in the workplace click here or contact Tara Hawkins (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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There are just too many good jobs coming our way not to share them with our readers. Here are a couple of great opportunities that would be perfect for many of our RU TRDV students and alumni. Check them out and let us know if you land the job you have been looking for!
Google seeks Training Associate/Courseware Developer
If you are in Chicago, Mountain View California, San Francisco, or New York and have instructional design and facilitation experience Google Analytics might have a dream job for you. The position focuses on provide online training to Google’s customers as part of their “Double Click Training Team” using various web-based applications including live classes and webinars. The position also looks for applicants who can improve existing curriculum to ensure better instructional results.
Take a look at the full job posting here.
DePaul University’s School For New Learning Seeks Instructional Designer
The DePaul University School for New Learning has been a big player in local training and development education in Chicago for some time. In 2010 students from Roosevelt University’s Training and Development program have teamed up with students from this program to form the first CCASTD Student Special Interest Group. If you are interested in working with some talented folks dedicated to adult learning while using your instructional design skills you should take a look at this posting and apply for the position!
Check out the posting here.
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