You have entered the registration site for the AAAED PDTI New Professionals Academy. The NPA takes place during the 43rd National Conference and Annual Meeting and registrants are expected to stay for the conference as well. For more information about the AAAED conference, click here: AAAED Conference 2017. For hotel information, click here: AAAED Conference Hotel Information. Please do not register here and pay your fee until you have been accepted into the program. See information about the application process below.
AAAED' s New Professionals Academy (NPA) is designed to inspire and engage new AA/EEO and diversity professionals to achieve excellent work and career outcomes. The New Professionals Academy (NPA) is a 1-1/2-day learning opportunity for new EEO/AA and diversity professionals to:
(1) Draw on their first years of experience to improve their effectiveness and to learn from other peers and distinguished colleagues within the profession; and (2) work and actively engage with other new professionals and colleagues during the duration of the NPA and AAAED conference.
The NPA will also enable participants to be supported and mentored by distinguished colleagues within the profession and to learn strategies for career success.
The application process for NPA:
New Professionals Academy Topics:
For a copy of the AAAED PDTI catalog, click here: PDTI2017FINAL010917.pdf
AAAED, a pre-approved provider, will seek HRCI Credit for this course.
American Association for Access, Equity and Diversity
Professional Development and Training Institute
New Professionals Academy
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Washington, DC 20006
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