ATD Offers Exclusive New Resource for Enterprise Clients

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ATD Resource Centers empower anytime, anywhere learning.

Our goal in creating this premium curated content offering was to provide an easy and accessible way for employers to get valuable information and resources into the hands of their employees.

The Association for Talent Development (ATD) has created a new offering of curated content for enterprise clients that draws on the association’s 70+ year history of supporting professionals in the training and talent development profession. ATD Resource Centers are an exclusive product designed for enterprise customers who seek to differentiate their talent development efforts and optimize the performance of their teams.

ATD debuted three resource centers focused on instructional design, management, and training delivery. More resource centers are in development and will be coming online by the end of 2016.

Amanda Miller, Director of Enterprise Solutions for ATD, believes these resource centers offer unique, individualized support to companies large and small. “Our goal in creating this premium curated content offering was to provide an easy and accessible way for employers to get valuable information and resources into the hands of their employees, to empower learning anytime, anywhere, and to make sure that practitioners have the benefit of ATD’s depth and breadth of expertise in critically important areas of the talent development field."

Each resource center comprises content in varied formats, from how-to videos, conference recordings, webcasts, magazine and book content, to trending topics and discussions that explore different perspectives on important issues.

Organizations seeking to learn more about ATD Resource Centers can email enterprise(at)td(dot)org or call 1.888.816.7813.

About ATD
The Association for Talent Development (ATD) is the world’s largest professional membership organization supporting those who develop the knowledge and skills of employees, improve performance, and help to achieve results for the organizations they serve. Originally established in 1943, the association was previously known as the American Society for Training & Development (ASTD).

ATD’s members come from more than 120 countries and work in public and private organizations in every industry sector. ATD supports talent development professionals who gather locally in volunteer-led U.S. chapters and international member networks, and with international strategic partners. For more information, visit http://www.td.org.

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