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Special introductory rate for new IACET Online Learning Modules
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IACET's new Online Training offers you flexible, cost-efficient, interactive training modules that will help you complete your AP Application. IACET Online Training provides a useful, how-to format that covers several key standard categories in the AP Application to include recorded webinars, case studies and resource documents. More

IACET at ASTD in Florida!
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We are so pleased that we will be exhibiting again at the American Society for Training and Development conference. If you or your colleagues plan to be there May 22-24, please stop by our booth (#2027) in the exhibit hall. Please also let us know if you might be available to meet with us while we are in your neighborhood by sending an email to We always appreciate the opportunity to meet with our members and prospective members to learn more about your organizations and how we can better serve you.

IACET Symposium sponsorship opportunities
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Sponsorship opportunities are available for IACET's 2011 Symposium to be held on Thursday, Sept. 22 at the Liaison Capitol Hill Hotel in Washington, D.C. IACET customizes sponsor benefits and recognition based on the sponsoring organization's level of support. More

Troops get training on end of 'don't ask'
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Marine Maj. Daniel Bartos was looking for a volunteer. Standing in a windowless classroom with slides running behind him, he was explaining to about 40 Marines what will happen after the ban on gays in the military ends. He presented a hypothetical scenario for someone to tackle. Cpl. Brooke Cardona, 22, shot her hand in the air, then stood to answer. More

Training 2020: A micro-module a day
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Effective training is not easy. How do you engage today's multi-tasking, hyper-busy employees? How do you create a process for applying new skills to real-life challenges? As we look to the future of learning and development, it's obvious these issues won't simply fade away. For those organizations looking to be leaders in their fields, it's critical to transform training from a perceived "time-waster" loather by employees into a resource valued as an integral part of their daily work-lives. More

Markell proposes spending $52 million on education, job training
The Delaware News Journal    Share    Share on FacebookTwitterShare on LinkedinE-mail article
Delaware Gov. Jack Markell wrapped up a more-than $241 million, three-day flurry of new budget proposals with calls to spend $52 million on facilities for early childhood education, higher-education research and job-training. The measures would tap a $320 million state revenue surplus that emerged in the months after Markell released the administration's original 2011-12 budget proposal in January. More

IACET AP offers free online courses to childcare professionals
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In order to stay up-to-date on best practices in their field, professionals who work in the childcare industry are often required to enroll in early childhood development courses and related programs. In an effort to meet the needs of these individuals, many organizations are launching online continuing education programs. More

Work scarce for Obama's green job training grads
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Brian Williams has dreamed of working in the solar field ever since he first heard about it in the 1970s. So when a new green job training program arrived in his hometown of Ocala, Fla., Williams, now 53, signed up immediately. The program — one of many around the country — is funded by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act and geared toward helping unemployed workers, low-income individuals, high school dropouts or people with criminal records. More

ACE recognizes Mercedes Acuña as Adult Learner of the Year
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Mercedes Acuña, mother of three, full-time employee and military spouse, was named the American Council on Education's 2010 Adult Learner of the Year. The Adult Learner of the Year Award is presented annually by ACE's College Credit Recommendation Service to an adult learner who has benefitted from the use of ACE credit recommendations to earn a college degree or advance a career. 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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