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It's awards season
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IACET is seeking nominations for the 2012 Exemplar and Distinguished Service Awards. The IACET Awards honor deserving individuals, projects or programs that have significantly contributed to the field of continuing education and training. IACET members are invited to submit self-nominations or nominations for other AP programs. More

ANSI/IACET 1-2007 standard public comment period is open
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As an ANSI accredited standards development organization, IACET has issued notice for public comment on the revision of the "ANSI/IACET 1-2007 Standard for Continuing Education and Training." The comment period began on May 9 and will end June 25. More

IACET Annual Business Meeting
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IACET's Board of Directors, Commission and Council on Standards Development will meet on Aug. 24-25 in Old Town Alexandria, Va. and will be hosting IACET's Annual Business Meeting. Further details to follow at a later date.

New survey: Majority of employees dissatisfied
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Right Management, a subsidiary of the giant staffing firm ManpowerGroup, just released a new snapshot survey that underlines the dissatisfaction among American workers. At a time of high unemployment, lackluster job growth and major uncertainty in world financial markets, many employees feel stuck in their jobs, unable to consider a career move even if they're unhappy. More

In today's world, choices abound
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Sara Meier, M.S.Ed, CAE: "A few months ago, my husband and I were in that 'make your head spin store' — Babies R' Us — trying to find new car seats for our three children. As we walked the aisles, I became drained and when I looked over at my husband, I could tell the expression on his face said 'I can't get out of here fast enough, okay, let's just choose one, eeny meeny miny mo ..." You would think by our third child we would be old pros by now, but instead we were even more amazed that the choices had seemed to multiply ten-fold in less than a decade." More

A program for keeping older workers employed
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For Becky Loyacano, 57, change began with one of the worst disasters in U.S. history. When Hurricane Katrina destroyed Loyacano's home in Slidell, La., in 2005, it also crushed the New Orleans native's work selling disability insurance. "After Katrina, there was no job because there were no accounts to go call on," she says. Following the storm, Loyacano moved twice, but despite her experience in insurance sales and as a buyer and manager for a sporting goods retailer, the recession made finding work a challenge — especially as an older worker. More

New job training offered to veterans
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Unemployed veterans aged 35–60 may qualify for up to 12 months of job training through the new Veterans Retraining Assistance Program. VRAP will provide training for programs of education that lead to a high-demand occupation. The program, a joint effort of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs and Department of Labor, will start July 1. More

Training Industry Quarterly — Spring 2012
Training Industry, Inc.

Key feature articles include,

Assessing Learning and Performance
The Science of Engagement
Engaging Senior Leaders in the Learning and Development Process
Six Critical Measurement Mistakes and How to Avoid Them

Lifetime Training Solutions supports centers for drug rehabilitation
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Lifetime Training Solutions, a division of Smart Horizons, has responded to the need for life skills training for those dealing with drug addiction or homelessness with a specially designed 90 day subscription program. Individuals in short term transitional situations can obtain critical life skills to fill any learning gaps making it difficult to adapt to life challenges. For just $65 per learner, social workers and therapists helping their clients overcome these learning gaps can now select a group of 30 lessons from the 139 offered in the Independent Living Skills collection of catalogs. More

Social media's role in learning and development    Share    Share on FacebookTwitterShare on LinkedinE-mail article
On May 9 hosted a webinar entitled, "Social Media's Role in Learning and Development." If you were not able to participate, the following resources are available:

On-Demand Seminar Recording
Presentation Materials
Resources from eCornell
LinkedIn Group: Join the discussion on this webinar
• Twitter hashtag: #eCornell

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