Events

Upcoming events

    • January 26, 2018
    • 7:30 AM - 9:00 AM
    • Northern Trust, 181 W. Madison-7th floor, Chicago IL

    You already know you need to create and sustain a professional network because it can help you better know who you are, where you are going and how you are going to get there. Obviously knowing about networking and doing something about networking are not the same thing. Doing something about your networking will probably require you to do some new and different things. That is what we expect our clients to do, so let’s do it for ourselves.

    Here are a few questions to consider:

    • What happens when you hear the word networking?
    • What thoughts come up in your mind when you think about your own network?
    • How excited and motivated are you about “waking up” your network?
    • How can a network help you accomplish your goals?

    Join us when Geri Richmond will share an approach, called the Network Audit, for turning your network into a source of energy and value. Prior to the event, we ask two things of you (though you can still come if you don’t do either of the assignments):

    • Contact the Planning Committee (see below) and request the following items
    • Complete your Network Audit  and bring it with you.
    • Read Herminia Ibarra's article “How to Revive a Tired Network

    Consider this event as a gift that can keep on giving to you in 2018. Our time together will be interactive and reciprocal, to help you leverage your talent and relationship building skills with your OD colleagues. After the program, you will be able to use the Network Audit with your clients, colleagues and networks.

    Facilitator 

    Geri Richmond is a Director in Leadership Development for Evening/Weekend/Executive MBA Program Students at University of Chicago Booth School of Business. She is an experienced and talented OD professional that has worked with Consumer Goods, Pharmaceuticals, Food Science, Printing, Medical Products, non-profits and USDA. She also works as an independent consultant and coach.

    Geri frequently conducts workshops on developing action and insight leadership skills. She holds an MSOD from American University and has completed a post graduate certificate in Family Systems at Northwestern University.

    Program Planning Committee 

    Karen Pinkney kpinkney@lumc.edu 708.216.8732
    Steve Garrett Steve.Garrett@GarrettConsulting.US 773.973.6450
    Geri Richmond  gcr_sunrise@msn.com 847.630.1290
    Michael Kern  michael@bluemarble-consulting.com 312.590.1208

    Program Format

    Mix of presentation, large group & small group discussion. Informal atmosphere; please bring your own coffee/tea/snacks (note: there is a convenient Au Bon Pain connected to the building, as well as a coffee service on the 7th floor near our meeting room).

    Time: 7:30 a.m.-9:00 a.m. Optional 9:00-10:00 open networking and discussions re: business challenges faced by attendees.

    RSVP PROCESS for building access.  

    If you plan to attend the meeting, please email chicagopdn@gmail.com by noon on Tuesday, January 23 with your name as it appears on your photo ID. On the morning of the meeting, security staff in the main lobby will ask to see a photo ID, confirm your registration and provide you with a visitor’s pass. If your name is not on the list you will not be able to join the meeting.

    • February 15, 2018
    • 5:30 PM - 8:30 PM
    • Loyola University Water Tower Campus, Philip Corboy Law Center: 25 E. Pearson St., Chicago, IL 60611
    • 37
    Register

    Bringing subject matter experts (SMEs) into the training process is one of the best things learning leaders can do. SMEs bring a depth of experience, enterprise-wide perspectives, and credibility to the learning process. But asking SMEs to perform this dual role also brings risk. While they want to do well in the classroom, it is an environment outside their expertise. In this session, we’ll explore the unique needs of SMEs and examine ways to design learning to help them be successful. We’ll also introduce a new language and explore nonthreatening coaching techniques to help them deliver the content effectively.

     Key Takeaways:

    • Position training with SMEs as a conversation that is to be facilitated rather than a speech that is to be perfected, and design learning with SMEs in mind to allow for that conversation to take place
    • Use a framing strategy to help SMEs plan for and manage the learning conversation
    • Coach SMEs to facilitate the learning conversation
     Who Should Attend:
    • This session is for anyone who designs for, or coaches SMEs, to be more effective in the training room.
    • Learning leaders will also benefit by understanding how to ensure that SME-led training is effective and that SMEs are more TD savvy.

    AGENDA



    • 5:30 PM - 6:30 PM: Registration, Dinner, Networking
    • 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM: Program
    • 8:00 PM - 8:30 PM: More Networking
    ATDChi's traditional "Breakout Session", an informal after-hour networking opportunity at Devon Seafood Grill at 39 E. Chicago Ave, Chicago, IL 60611

    ABOUT THE SPEAKERS

    Dale Ludwig, President & Founder of Turpin Communication, has a Ph.D. in Communication and, prior to Turpin, taught at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He founded Turpin Communication in 1992. Since then he has worked to keep Turpin focused on providing the best presentation and facilitation skills training available. The Turpin name is a reference to a fictional character in one of Dale’s favorite short stories. It was chosen not because the fictional Turpin had anything to do with presenting or training, but rather because the name sounds nice next to “Communication” and isn’t too hard to spell.

    Dale is a frequent blogger and co-author of the book The Orderly Conversation: Business Presentations Redefined. Learn about the book at www.TheOrderlyConversation.com. He’s excited about his latest book, also co-authored with Greg Owen-Boger, which is entitled Effective SMEs: A Trainer’s Guide to Helping Subject Matter Experts Facilitate Learning.

    Greg Owen-Boger, Vice President of Turpin Communication, has been with Turpin Communication since 1995, first as a cameraman, then instructor, account manager, and now vice president. Schooled in management and the performing arts, Greg brings a diverse set of skills and experiences to the organization. Greg is one of Turpin’s facilitators and coaches. 

    Greg is an active member of the Association for Talent Development (ATD) and was the 2015 President of ATD, Chicagoland Chapter. He is a popular speaker, frequent blogger and co-author of the book The Orderly Conversation: Business Presentations Redefined. His latest book, also co-authored by Dale Ludwig, will be out in Fall 2017.

    FEE

      On or before
    Feb 1st
    After Feb 1st and

    ATDChi Member:
    $45
    $55
    Nonmember: $58 $68
    Student: $20 $25

    PARKING

    Parking information will be sent in the registration confirmation email. 

    Cancellation Policy: All event registration fee refund requests must be submitted in writing to admin@atdchi.org prior to any event. Requests must be submitted at least three (3) business days prior to the event to receive a full refund. No refund will be provided for cancellations received within three (3) business days or for event attendee no-shows.

    • March 15, 2018
    • 5:30 PM - 8:30 PM
    • Benedictine University: 5700 College Rd, Lisle, IL 60532. Sorensen Hall
    • 96
    Register

    Members-Only Networking & Clinic.
    Membership-Drive Campaign.

    An Instructional Designer’s Toolkit.

    Are you stuck in a rut? New to your role? Not formally trained in instructional design and yet here you are? Just looking to tune up your instructional design skills? This toolkit is for you!

    Join us for an evening of useful techniques and practical tools you can use on the job tomorrow to get better results whether you’re designing for the classroom, the virtual classroom, eLearning or an on-the-job learning experience. We call it the toolkit: handy instructional design techniques you can fall back on no matter what the situation.

    What Participants will Learn:

    • How to align training with strategic business goals
    • How to define a primary learner persona
    • How to design for 9 moments of learning need
    • How to measure outcomes at 8 levels of evaluation
    • How to incorporate feedback into the development process with iterations

     Key Takeaways:

    • Template for alignment with business goals
    • Learner Persona poster
    • 9 Moments of Learning Need poster
    • 8 Levels of Evaluation poster
    • Planning for Iterations poster (digital copies)
    Who Should Attend:
    • L&D or HR professionals responsible for designing or developing training solutions
    • Consultants and Vendors who wish to improve their techniques for developing training solutions

    AGENDA

    • 5:30 PM - 6:30 PM: Registration, Dinner, Networking
    • 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM: Program
    • 8:00 PM - 8:30 PM: More Networking

    ABOUT THE SPEAKER

    Megan Torrance is CEO and founder of TorranceLearning, which helps organizations connect learning strategy to design, development, data and ultimately performance. She has over 25 years of experience in learning design, deployment and consulting with organizations such as UnitedHealth Group, Dow Chemical, Kohler and Kellogg’s. TorranceLearning projects have won IELA and BrandonHall (2012, 2014, 2016) awards, the 2014 xAPI Hyperdrive contest at DevLearn, and back-to-back eLearning Guild DemoFest Best-In-Show awards in 2016/2017.

    Megan is the author of The Quick Guide to LLAMA, and two ATD TD at Work publications: Agile and LLAMA for ISD Project Management and Making Sense of xAPI. She is a frequent speaker at ATD and other conferences nationwide.

    A graduate of Cornell University with a degree in Communication and an MBA, Megan lives and works near Ann Arbor, Michigan.  mtorrance@torrancelearning.com or on Twitter @mmtorrance.

    FEE


      On or before
    March 1st
    After March 1st and

    ATDChi Member:
    $30
    $45
    Student:
    $10 $15
     Non-Member:  $30 + $99 $45 + $99 

    You can join us at the member-only event by becoming an ATDChi Member

    PARKING

    Free parking!
    On-Campus Map and Directions:


    SPONSORED BY:



    Cancellation Policy: All event registration fee refund requests must be submitted in writing to admin@atdchi.org prior to any event. Requests must be submitted at least three (3) business days prior to the event to receive a full refund. No refund will be provided for cancellations received within three (3) business days or for event attendee no-shows.

    • March 17, 2018
    • 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
    • Roosevelt University 1400 N Roosevelt Blvd, Schaumburg IL 60173
    Register

    Spring 2018

    Acquire training & development competencies with ATDChi's state-of-the-art certificate program.

    Click here for more info!

    Session 1: Training and Development Profession
    Learning Objectives
    • Explain the WLPI program goals, the project and the mentoring process used throughout the program, resulting in a clear understanding of the program purpose and process.
    • Describe all elements of the 2013 Competency Model.
    • Explain nine trends shaping the Training and Development profession and the impact those trends have on career development.
    • Recognize the most common adult learning principles, resulting in a greater understanding around the importance of knowing the audience and their specific learning needs and styles.
    • Interpret your individual Kolb Learning Style Inventory in order to apply these concepts and information when designing and delivering training.
    • Identify the role of the Training and Development professional and broader roles within WLP including performance consulting.
    • Complete a personal assessment of the WLP areas of interest and experience that result in a general direction of your career path and professional development.
    Session Outline


    Fee(s):

    Registration Type Price
    ATDChi Member:
    $250
    Non-Member:
    $275

    Other Information:

    The WLPI certificate may be applied toward graduate & undergraduate degrees at DePaul School for New Learning

    HRCI recognizes each module of the WLPI as continuing education credit for PHR/SPHR. Each module counts as 6 hours of non-strategic credit.

    Substitutions and Cancellations
    If a student registed for a single module is unable to attend that module, they may substitute another participant in their place, at no penalty.
    Cancellations must be received at least 14 days before the before the session to avoid a $75 cancellation fee. No credit or refunds will be given after the start of the Institute.
    If a cancellation is requested once the full session has already started, the participant may attend another full session at a later date.


    • March 17, 2018
    • 9:00 AM
    • May 19, 2018
    • 4:00 PM
    • Roosevelt University 1400 N Roosevelt Blvd, Schaumburg IL 60173
    Register

    Spring 2018

    Acquire training & development competencies with ATDChi's state of-the-art certificate program.


    Are You?
    • Looking for formal instruction in the training or instructional design field?
    • A trainer or designer thinking about best practices, the correct approach to needs analysis, or effective evaluation methods?
    • New to the field and seeking knowledge about standard models and techniques used to develop worthwhile training?
    • Looking to develop a network of peers in the field?
    If so, the Workplace Learning & Performance Institute is for you! 

    What will you learn?

    • Current learning and performance techniques, models, and methods
    • Appropriate uses for e-learning
    • Needs analysis techniques for diagnosing organizational problems
    • Diagnostic tools to determine best approach for training
    • Levels of measurement and evaluation
    • Delivery/facilitation techniques
    • Methods for developing training materials

    Agenda:

    Class times are from 9:00 am - 4:30 pm for each module.

    Module Saturday Topic

    1

    Mar 17

    Training & Development Profession

    2

    Mar 24

    Human Performance Improvement

    3

    Apr 7 Instructional Design
    4 Apr 14

    Blended Learning Materials Development

    5

    Apr 28

    Training Delivery

    6

    May 5

    Evaluating Learning Impact

    7

    May 19

    Final Project Presentations

    There is a one week break between Module 6 and Module 7 to complete the final project and prepare the final presentation.

    WLPI Session Objectives

    Outlines for Each WLPI Session 

    Fee(s):

    Registration Type Price
    ATDChi Member:
    $1,000
    Non-Member:
    $1,250
    (includes 1 yr ATDChi membership)


    Other Information:


    The WLPI certificate may be applied toward graduate & undergraduate degrees at DePaul School for New Learning

    Roosevelt University accepts completion of the WLPI in their Master's program for the Introduction to Training course.

    HRCI recognizes each module of the WLPI as continuing education credit for PHR/SPHR. Each module counts as 6 hours of non-strategic credit.

    Substitutions and Cancellations
    If a full-program student is unable to attend the entire session, they may substitute another participant in their place for the full session, at no penalty. 
    The cancellations must be received at least 14 days before the session to avoid a $75 cancellation fee. No credit or refunds will be given after the start of the Institute.
    If a cancellation is requested once the full session has already started, the participant may attend another full session at a later date.


    cquire training & development competencies with ATDChi's state-of-the-art certificate program.

    Are You?

    • Looking for formal instruction in the training or instructional design field?
    • A trainer or designer thinking about best practices, the correct approach to needs analysis, or effective evaluation methods?
    • New to the field and seeking knowledge about standard models and techniques used to develop worthwhile training?
    • Looking to develop a network of peers in the field?

    If so, the Workplace Learning & Performance Institute is for you.

    cquire training & development competencies with ATDChi's state-of-the-art certificate program.

    Are You?

    • Looking for formal instruction in the training or instructional design field?
    • A trainer or designer thinking about best practices, the correct approach to needs analysis, or effective evaluation methods?
    • New to the field and seeking knowledge about standard models and techniques used to develop worthwhile training?
    • Looking to develop a network of peers in the field?

    If so, the Workplace Learning & Performance Institute is for you.

    Acquire training & development competencies with ATDChi's state-of-the-art certificate program.

    Are You?

    • Looking for formal instruction in the training or instructional design field?
    • A trainer or designer thinking about best practices, the correct approach to needs analysis, or effective evaluation methods?
    • New to the field and seeking knowledge about standard models and techniques used to develop worthwhile training?
    • Looking to develop a network of peers in the field?
    Acquire training & development competencies with ATDChi's state-of-the-art certificate program.

    Are You?

    • Looking for formal instruction in the training or instructional design field?
    • A trainer or designer thinking about best practices, the correct approach to needs analysis, or effective evaluation methods?
    • New to the field and seeking knowledge about standard models and techniques used to develop worthwhile training?
    • Looking to develop a network of peers in the field?
    Click here for a list of objectives for each WLPI Session.

    Click here for an outline of each WLPI Session.
    Click here for a list of objectives for each WLPI Session.

    Click here for an outline of each WLPI Session.
    Click here for more info!
    • March 24, 2018
    • 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
    • Roosevelt University 1400 N Roosevelt Blvd Schaumburg IL 60173
    Register

    Spring 2018

    Acquire training & development competencies with ATDChi's state-of-the-art certificate program.

    Click here for more info!

    Session 2: Human Performance Improvement
    Learning Objectives
    • Define performance and performance improvement.
    • Identify the differences between a trainer and an HPI consultant.
    • Identify the major steps involved in the Performance Improvement Process.
    • Define analysis and explain why analysis is critical to the HPI process.
    • Identify three different types of interventions and when each would be appropriate.
    • Apply the principles presented throughout the module to real-life business situations.
    Session Outline


    Fee(s):

    Registration Type Price
    ATDChi Member:
    $250
    Non-Member:
    $275

    Other Information:

    The WLPI certificate may be applied toward graduate & undergraduate degrees at DePaul School for New Learning

    HRCI recognizes each module of the WLPI as continuing education credit for PHR/SPHR. Each module counts as 6 hours of non-strategic credit.

    Substitutions and Cancellations
    If a student registed for a single module is unable to attend that module, they may substitute another participant in their place, at no penalty.
    Cancellations must be received at least 14 days before the before the session to avoid a $75 cancellation fee. No credit or refunds will be given after the start of the Institute.
    If a cancellation is requested once the full session has already started, the participant may attend another full session at a later date.


    • April 07, 2018
    • 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
    • Roosevelt University 1400 N Roosevelt Blvd, Schaumburg IL 60173
    Register

    Spring 2018

    Acquire training & development competencies with ATDChi's state-of-the-art certificate program.

    Click here for more info!

    Session 3: Instructional Design
    Learning Objectives

    • Identify the correct phase of the ADDIE model with 80% accuracy, given a brief description of a phase or activity of ADDIE.
    • List 5 major adult learning principles with 80% accuracy.
    • Identify the criteria, condition, behavior, and action-verb, given a series of objectives or components of an objective.
    • Develop an objective containing a condition, behavior and criteria, given a basic task.
    • Identify the strategy that optimizes the objective, given an objective and a choice of instructional strategies.
    • Identify the appropriate level of evaluation to achieve the desired result, given a business need and overall learning objective (mini-scenario).
    • As part of a small group, identify a topic and develop a conceptual design outlining at least one objective and at least one instructional strategy to be used that addresses at least one adult learning principle (using the template provided); small groups will present their mini-module.

    Session Outline


    Fee(s):

    Registration Type Price
    ATDChi Member:
    $250
    Non-Member:
    $275

    Other Information:

    The WLPI certificate may be applied toward graduate & undergraduate degrees at DePaul School for New Learning

    HRCI recognizes each module of the WLPI as continuing education credit for PHR/SPHR. Each module counts as 6 hours of non-strategic credit.

    Substitutions and Cancellations
    If a student registed for a single module is unable to attend that module, they may substitute another participant in their place, at no penalty.
    Cancellations must be received at least 14 days before the before the session to avoid a $75 cancellation fee. No credit or refunds will be given after the start of the Institute.
    If a cancellation is requested once the full session has already started, the participant may attend another full session at a later date.


    • April 14, 2018
    • 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
    • Roosevelt University 1400 N Roosevelt Blvd, Schaumburg IL 60173
    Register

    Spring 2018

    Acquire training & development competencies with ATDChi's state-of-the-art certificate program.

    Click here for more info!

    Session 4: Blended Learning and Materials Development
    Learning Objectives

    • Define the following learning methods: e-learning, learning technologies, blended learning and experiential learning.
    • Define the five basic learning styles.
    • Create a blended learning experience.
    • Understand the important differences between developing an instructor-led classroom based training vs. an e-learning training.

    Session Outline


    Fee(s):

    Registration Type Price
    ATDChi Member:
    $250
    Non-Member:
    $275

    Other Information:

    The WLPI certificate may be applied toward graduate & undergraduate degrees at DePaul School for New Learning

    HRCI recognizes each module of the WLPI as continuing education credit for PHR/SPHR. Each module counts as 6 hours of non-strategic credit.

    Substitutions and Cancellations
    If a student registed for a single module is unable to attend that module, they may substitute another participant in their place, at no penalty.
    Cancellations must be received at least 14 days before the before the session to avoid a $75 cancellation fee. No credit or refunds will be given after the start of the Institute.
    If a cancellation is requested once the full session has already started, the participant may attend another full session at a later date.

    • April 19, 2018
    • 7:30 AM - 5:00 PM
    • AbbVie: 26525 Riverwoods BLVD., Mettawa, IL 60045
    • 24
    Register

    Authoring Tool Test Drive: Captivate vs. Storyline

     

    Adobe Captivate or Articulate Storyline? Which is the tool for you? Both tools have great features and raving fans. Both tools also have “quirks” and critics. So how do you decide? By trying it out for yourself!  In this one-day hands-on overview, you’ll get a chance to try out both tools and decide for yourself which is a better fit. 


    Will you walk away an expert in either tool? Not at all.  But you’ll have a valuable first-hand perspective about what it’s really like to work in the tools. You’ll be able to make better decisions about your tool choice, rather than just relying on marketing data or an article here and there.


    Please plan to come with a laptop with both software applications installed (trial version OK) in order to get the most of this experience. Previous experience with either tool or eLearning not required.

    WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

    • Instructional designers
    • Elearning instructional designers
    • Elearning multimedia developers
    • APTDs and CPLPs seeking continuing education (this program is alignment with the Learning Technologies Area of Expertise)

    • Freelancers and consultants

    • Career changers

    • Training managers

    WHAT PARTICIPANTS WILL LEARN:

    We will create the same content in both tools. Creating the same content in both tools will give you the  hands-on perspective in order to determine the pros and cons for each tool. Specifically:

    • Simplicity (how easy or hard to use)
    • Speed (how quickly or not can this task be created)
    • Key features (what’s unique about each tool that allows you to complete the task)

    AGENDA

    • 7:30 AM: Registration, Continental breakfast, Networking
    • 8:30 AM: Program Begins
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM: Lunch (lunch boxes)
    • 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM: Program 

    ABOUT THE PRESENTER

     Diane Elkins is the co-owner of E-Learning Uncovered and Artisan E-Learning, a custom e-learning development company specializing in Articulate Studio, Storyline, Lectora, and Captivate. 

    She has built a reputation as a national e-learning expert by being a frequent speaker at major industry events such as ATD ICE, ATD TechKnowledge, DevLearn, and Learning Solutions.  

    She is also the co-author of the popular E-Learning Uncovered book series as well as E-Learning Fundamentals: A Practical Guide from ATD Press. She is a past board member of the Northeast Florida and Metro DC chapters of ATD.

    FEE


    On or before
    April 1st
    After April 1st

    ATDChi Member:
    $155
    $235
     Non-Member $315  $395 
    Student:
    $75 $115


    PARKING & DIRECTIONS

    Free parking! 

    Please go to the front desk in the main building (see the photo below) to get your visitor pass before proceeding to the room. The signs to the workshop room will be on site for you to follow. 

    Cancellation Policy: All event registration fee refund requests must be submitted in writing to admin@atdchi.org prior to any event. Requests must be submitted at least three (3) business days prior to the event to receive a full refund. No refund will be provided for cancellations received within three (3) business days or for event attendee no-shows.

    • April 28, 2018
    • 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
    • Roosevelt University 1400 N Roosevelt Blvd, Schaumburg IL 60173
    Register

    Spring 2018

    Acquire training & development competencies with ATDChi's state-of-the-art certificate program.

    Click here for more info!

    Session 5: Training Delivery
    Learning Objectives

    • Describe success factors for delivery methods available to the trainer
    • Identify three factors which contribute to setting an effective tone and environment for learning
    • Demonstrate effective body language for presenting information
    • Identify four principles of facilitation
    • Explain three facilitation skills required to maintain an effective learning climate
    • Give examples of four ways a facilitator listens and adapts to group dynamics to maintain a positive learning environment
    • Demonstrate an effective correct technique for handling difficult participant behaviors by responding in role-play
    • Select among and prioritize a variety of techniques to encourage participation in the classroom and via distance learning

    Session Outline


    Fee(s):

    Registration Type Price
    ATDChi Member:
    $250
    Non-Member:
    $275

    Other Information:

    The WLPI certificate may be applied toward graduate & undergraduate degrees at DePaul School for New Learning

    HRCI recognizes each module of the WLPI as continuing education credit for PHR/SPHR. Each module counts as 6 hours of non-strategic credit.

    Substitutions and Cancellations
    If a student registed for a single module is unable to attend that module, they may substitute another participant in their place, at no penalty.
    Cancellations must be received at least 14 days before the before the session to avoid a $75 cancellation fee. No credit or refunds will be given after the start of the Institute.
    If a cancellation is requested once the full session has already started, the participant may attend another full session at a later date.

    • May 05, 2018
    • 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
    • Roosevelt University 1400 N Roosevelt Blvd, Schaumburg IL 60173
    Register

    Spring 2018

    Acquire training & development competencies with ATDChi's state-of-the-art certificate program.

    Click here for more info!

    Session 6: Evaluating Learning Impact
    Learning Objectives

    • Choose from the principal theories and types of measurement and evaluation for your projects.
    • Use basic statistical theory and methods to conduct measurements, or to understand evaluations others do for you.
    • Apply key research design methods in your work.
    • Become competent in a number of analysis methods.
    • Interpret and report the data from your measurement or evaluation to key stakeholders
    Session Outline


    Fee(s):

    Registration Type Price
    ATDChi Member:
    $250
    Non-Member:
    $275

    Other Information:

    The WLPI certificate may be applied toward graduate & undergraduate degrees at DePaul School for New Learning

    HRCI recognizes each module of the WLPI as continuing education credit for PHR/SPHR. Each module counts as 6 hours of non-strategic credit.

    Substitutions and Cancellations
    If a student registered for a single module is unable to attend that module, they may substitute another participant in their place, at no penalty.
    Cancellations must be received at least 14 days before the before the session to avoid a $75 cancellation fee. No credit or refunds will be given after the start of the Institute.
    If a cancellation is requested once the full session has already started, the participant may attend another full session at a later date.

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Email: admin@atdchi.org

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