The NLTAPA/NTTD Annual Conference will be virtual to you (V2Y) this year from July 28-30, 2020. See the registration and draft agenda at-a-glance link below. This year we will meet from 10:00 AM to 1:30 PM (Central Time) each of these three days. Among other things, we will have general sessions, technical sessions, state sharing, and hot topics. A special thanks goes to the NLTAPA and NTTD working groups that helped plan this event.
Other Bonus Conference-Affiliated Sessions/Workshops Planned (6/14/2020)
(Keep watching for more information. There may also be more sessions/workshops coming)
July 15, 2020 (12:00 PM Central) – Introduction to Pavement Preservation – Train-the-Trainer Workshop (brought to you by the Training Resource Workgroup).
Presenter: Jason Dietz, FHWA
Participants will gain a fundamental knowledge of pavement preservation techniques, when they are the appropriate fit, the importance of materials and calibration checks, and current best practices. Trainers will leave with the knowledge they need to advance a similar training in their states on the fundamentals of
Please register at https://wvu.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJEsdOmvpzIuEtKYUhEGYPHkl_PawKh_cJZg.
July 22, 2020 – LTAP U (brought to by the Professional Development Workgroup)
Whether you are new to LTAP or have taken on a new role within your Center, this LTAP U session will provide you with great information on how LTAP can help you navigate the program, the resources available through the association, and ideas for how to provide great service to your audience. Discussion and break out groups will be used to keep the session informative and interactive. This is a great opportunity for anyway at your center that wants to learn more about LTAP and the Association.
Please register as soon as possible, so we can properly plan for the group discussion portion.
- Big P Little P: Understanding how the national program and association work to provide information and resources to the Centers
- Navigating the Alphabet Soup: Common acronyms associated with LTAP work
- NLTAPA Structure: How the association is organized to help you succeed
- NLTAPA Website: Learn about the many wonderful resources available on our association website
- Connecting and Establishing your Network Through the Peer-to-Peer Mentor Program: Networking opportunities with your peers across the country
- Small(er) Group Discussions: Roundtable format using Zoom breakout rooms with moderator led discussion
October 21, 2020 (10:00 AM Central) – Effective Learning: A Critical Exploration of the 70-20-10 Learning and Development Model (brought to you by NTTD)
Presenter: Vivien Lattibeaudiere (AZDOT, Learning & Development)
The 70-20-10 Learning and Development model suggests a proportional breakdown of how employees learn most effectively through combining formal, social and hands-on learning. Learn practical ways that you can apply this model to your training and development programs to maximize employee engagement,
performance and retention.