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Apply to Become an IACET AP Commissioner!
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Deadline is Friday, March 18.

IACET needs a few dedicated professionals who would be willing to serve a three-year term as Commissioners on the Authorized Provider Commission. We encourage you to apply if you are located in or are in close proximity to any of the following cities: Boston (New England area), Columbus, Detroit, Houston, New York City, Philadelphia and Washington DC.

Congratulations to our IACET Authorized Providers
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The following organizations were approved or renewed during January and February, 2011.

Camp Dresser & McKee Inc. (CDM)
Maitland, FL

Mastery Technologies, Inc.
Novi, MI

National Institutes of Health Division of Technical Resources
Bethesda, MD

Personalysis Corporation
Houston, TX

Prevention Research Institute
Lexington, KY

Pride Mobility Products Corporation
Exeter, PA

Pronto Spanish Services, LLC
Lake Mills, WI

The Behavioral Health Training & Education Network (BHTEN)
Philadelphia, PA

The Culinary Institute of America
Hyde Park, NY

New IACET Online Learning Modules coming soon
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IACET will be launching a new online learning website in the coming weeks. The website will contain a series of self-paced webinars that will be available on demand, featuring critical Standard categories. Learners will have access to recorded webinars, case studies and resource documents. Be sure to keep an eye out for the official launch announcement.

Checking your training evaluation defaults
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Jim Kirkpatrick's computer has numerous default settings that are designed to make life easier for him. Yours has them, too. They take us to a familiar home page, recommended font and suggested paragraph settings. Defaults may be set by the manufacturer or the software provider. Most often, we can "opt out" of their recommendations and select our own if we know how to do it. Sometimes Kirkpatrick's default settings change and he is not sure why or how. The other day, he found that he could no longer save drafts to his desktop. Try as he might, he could not do it. More

Army trains for 'don't ask, don't tell' repeal
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The Army's top general kicked off the service's training program on the new law allowing gays to serve openly in the military, and officials said they hope to have the whole force trained by mid-August. The largest of the service branches, the Army plans to finish training the active duty force of 565,000 by mid-July and the 567,000 members of the Guard and Reserve by mid-August, officials said. More

On the job training could be a fit for you
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If you are out of work and looking for a career change, this may be just what you have been looking for. A South Carolina staffing agency has a program designed to get you to work right away in a new field. John McWhite has been out of work for over a year. McWhite says, "It's been kind of difficult as far as it financially goes." But, after working in manufacturing for more than 20 years, McWhite is ready for a career change. McWhite says, "I'd like to work in the health care field as like an office clerk." Enter Upstate Career Source's "On the Job Training Program." More unveils Top 20 Sales Training Companies    Share    Share on FacebookTwitterShare on LinkedinE-mail
This list recognizes the top sales training companies in the industry. These leading companies all provide outstanding service, and a proven track record for delivering superior sales training and improving the impact of the sales organization. More

Cuts could gut job training, other programs in Virginia
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In the fight to pare down the federal budget, a one-two punch will be felt by those Virginians who are already down. A new report by the Coalition on Human Needs shows what the proposed cuts by the U.S. House and President Obama would do to a wide range of programs, both this year and next. The report, "A Better Budget for All: Saving Our Economy and Helping Those in Need" is online at More

TaskStream, a corporate sponsor of IACET
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TaskStream, a corporate sponsor of IACET, is the leading provider of Web-based technology for facilitating outcomes-based learning and assessment. To learn more, visit or e-mail More

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