NIC Academy Training Administrators Network (TAN)
· Want to get in on the ground floor on creating an NIC Network?
· Do you want to meet and share problems and solutions with other training administrators?
· Want to collaborate with NIC on bringing the latest learning and performance research and application to the field?
May 16-17, 2017 NIC Academy Division, Learning and Performance Initiative will be launching the Training Administrators Network (TAN). We are very excited to bring back this network. Tasks on the agenda will include a new name, a new charter, and new members.
The Network will be by invitation only so we need your help:
1. Identify any new State Prison Training Directors and/or new contact info. (We have a list but may be outdated.)
2. Identify Training Director/Administrator for TAN membership from juvenile justice, jails and community (parole, probation, community corrections).
Criteria for membership in Training Administrators Network: A. Primary area of responsibility is training corrections staff. B. Responsible for shaping agency training policy.
· Forward names and contact information to Bernie Iszler, TAN Manager, firstname.lastname@example.org.
· Deadline for submissions is March 10, 2017!
Training Administrators Network (TAN) Draft Agenda
Day One, Tuesday, May 16
o 8:00-9:00 Introduction Activity
o 9:00-10:30 “Identity: Achieve Sustained Organizational Effectiveness”
o 10:30-11:30 Break
§ Info Center, Speed Networking, Forum, Vault
o 11:30-12:30 Lunch
o 12:30- 2:30 Charter Development
o 2:30-3:00 Break, Speed Networking
o 3:00-4:00 Charter
o 4:00-4:30 Debrief
Day Two, Wednesday, May 17
o 8:00-8:30 Daily Review/Lightbulb Moments
o 8:30-9:30 Charter
o 9:30-10:30 Break, Speed Networking
o 10:30-11:30 TAN Goals, Objectives, Tasks
o 12:30-1:00 IACTP Information
o 1:00-1:30 L&P Symposium/Core 4
o 1:30-2:00 Break, Speed Networking
o 2:00-3:00 Identity, cont.
o 3:00-4:30 Debrief
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