A Special Interest Group (SIG) is a subgroups of the chapter's membership that shares a common interest in a specific area of training and development. SIGs are led by members for members and focus on the specialized needs and priorities of the SIG members. The members determine their goals and how they plan to achieve them. They are a great way to learn from one another's expertise and keep up to date on the latest trends in your fields of interest.
What happens at a SIG meeting?
Members get together to share ideas, relay experiences, exchange resources, and gain insight to a specific area of training and development. The meeting agenda is set by the SIG and can vary in structure based on the group.
A SIG leader is someone who is willing to commit to facilitating a Special Interest Group and providing successful networking opportunities for fellow ATD-RTA members who share a common interest. The typical duties are:
If you are interested in forming a new SIG, please contact: Mary Holtschneider