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TD SIG: State of the Art in L&D Tech
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TD SIG: State of the Art in L&D Tech

A Review of the Latest Learning Technologies, Online Design Strategies, and Governance Practices
This program has been approved for 1.5 HRCI (General) and SHRM recertification credits

11/8/2019
When: Friday, November 8, 2019
8:30 - 10:00 AM
Where: FMP Consulting
2900 S Quincy Street
Suite 200
Arlington, Virginia  22204
United States
Presenter: Jeff Kidwell


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SCHEDULE

  • 8:00 - 8:30: Breakfast & Networking
  • 8:30 - 10:00: Session

SESSION DESCRIPTION

The days of relying solely on classroom-based learning are officially over; tools and technologies now allow organizations to provide state-of-the-art learning from both long distances and for short durations. As technology capacity grows, the theories behind designing learning programs and the way organizations are managing/thinking about learning must also evolve. Because of that, we will focus on current trends in three areas to best capture what’s new in L&D.

  • Learning Technology
  • Learning Design
  • L&D Governance

BENEFITS AND LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Establishing a culture of learning is no easy task, but once created, can transform the way people work, interact with each other, and adapt to a changing environment. This session will provide practitioners an overview of the tools and technologies organizations should consider to provide state-of-the-art learning.


ABOUT THE SPEAKER

Jeff Kidwell, Managing Director, FMP Consulting

Jeff Kidwell has 30 years of experience in training consulting, professional services and product companies, including executive management, management consulting, project, program and line management. He has functional expertise in process re-engineering and performance measurement; change management, strategic planning, performance improvement, and quality management. Mr. Kidwell also has experience in technology-based training, adaptive learning, simulation and gaming, blended learning, manufacturing, and systems engineering for commercial, non-profit and federal government clients including the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), US Air Force, US Navy, US Army, the Intelligence Community, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC), Department of Homeland Security (DHS), Transportation Security Administration (TSA), Administrative Office of the Federal Courts, US Department of Agriculture (USDA), Department of Energy (DOE), Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), Occupational, Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), Internal Revenue Service (IRS), and the Red Cross. Jeff has a BS in Industrial Engineering and Operations Research and a master’s in business administration (MBA) from Virginia Tech.


DIRECTIONS

From Washington, DC toward Virginia via I-395 SOUTH

  1. Take I-395 S toward Richmond (Crossing into Virginia)
  2. Take Exit 7 (VA-120/Glebe Rd) toward Shirlington
  3. Stay left to follow signs toward Shirlington/Quaker Lane Take the exit on the right toward Shirlington
  4. Stay in the left lane and proceed onto S Arlington Mill Dr
  5. Turn left onto S Quincy St immediately after crossing onto S Arlington Mill Dr
  6. Arrive at 2900 S Quincy St, Suite 200; Arlington, VA 22206

From Virginia toward Washington, DC via I-395 NORTH

  1. Take I-395 N (Henry G Shirley Memorial Hwy) toward Washington
  2. Take Exit 6 toward Shirlington I-395 S/Richmond
  3. Keep left toward Shirlington to cross over I-395 and stay left
  4. Turn right onto Campbell Ave (exit marked as S Quincy St)
  5. At the stoplight, turn left onto S Quincy St
  6. Arrive at 2900 S Quincy St, Suite 200; Arlington, VA 22206

Via Bus

  1. The Shirlington Bus Station is located at 2975 S Quincy St, and is directly across the street from the FMP Consulting offices (2900 S Quincy St).
  2. Use the Shirlington Bus Station webpage to find the most direct route from your location.

PARKING

Visitor Parking

  1. Stay straight on S Quincy St (passing the office building on the right)
  2. At the stop sign, turn right onto S Randolph St
  3. Take the first right to enter the parking garage behind the office building
  4. Park in any of the unmarked spaces on the 5th and 6th levels of the parking garage