ATD Competency Model vs. ATD Talent Development Capability Model
Join us for an evening of networking with your L&D peers and an interactive discussion about the changes to the ATD Competency Model and the new ATD Talent Development Capability Model. This event is brought to you by the Sarasota Geographic Interest Group (GIG).
Goodbye old pentagon-shaped ATD Competency Model - Hello new ATD Talent Development Capability Model!
Are you planning on increasing your knowledge and skills this year, but not sure what to do next? This new model is your map for navigating new opportunities. ATD models determine what is critical in our profession. ATD bases their course offerings, webinars, certificates, and certifications (CPLP and APTD) around the most current model. Learn about the new capability model and what the major changes are from the old model. We will also discuss changes to the CPLP exam, big changes for current CPLPs, and updates to the Certification Handbook.
In our evening together, we will focus on:
- Discussing the transition from the competency model to the capability model
- Exploring the new ATD Talent Development Capability Model
- Sharing ATD’s learning opportunities
- Sharing information about the changes to the certifications and exams for current CPLPs and APTDs.
Guest Speaker: Lori Ann Roth, Ph.D., CPLP
Lori Ann Roth, Ph.D., is the President of “Learning and…Reflective Growth,” a company that specializes in training and coaching. She has dedicated her education, knowledge, and experience to enhance the personal and professional development of others.
Dr. Roth collaborates with HR Directors who would like soft skills training for their employees in leadership, customer service, communication, conflict and stress management, and team building, as well as customized programming for specific needs. Through her coaching and training, she also enjoys helping individuals navigate transitions and learn life lessons, and maintains a busy schedule training and coaching clients across the country, including in Florida, New York, California, and Washington, DC.
Dr. Roth received her undergraduate degree in Psychology and Communication and a master’s degree in Adult Education from Michigan State University. She earned her PhD from Virginia Polytechnic Institute in Human Development. The emphasis of her doctoral studies focused on adult learning and human resources management. For over 35 years, Dr. Roth has worked in organizational development and training at universities, corporations, hi-tech companies, and small businesses.
Dr. Roth volunteers for ATD and has presented at the ATD International Conference and Exposition (ICE) for the last twelve years on a variety of professional development topics. She is a pilot pioneer, earning her Certified Professional in Learning and Performance (CPLP) in 2006. She is also one of 11 people to have been awarded the CPLP Contributor Award from ATD. Presently, Lori volunteers to moderate an online CPLP study group with esteemed colleagues. This study group has “graduated” many CPLPs since Lori joined in 2017.
She lives with her husband, Angel, and rescue dog, Remmy, in Bradenton, Florida. Her favorite saying is “Be your best you!” Hobbies include beaching, reading, journaling, and helping others learn.