Note: ATD CI chapter members cannot enroll in ATDU sessions unless they work for a non-profit agency, but members can volunteer to facilitate at ATDU.
To serve our communities and help enhance employee engagement at non-profit organizations in Central Iowa by offering high quality leadership and personal development training at no cost to individuals who work for local non-profits.
How? Our members are the people who create and deliver high quality training in companies and other organizations throughout Central Iowa. It’s our job!
We know that training budgets are tight – especially for non-profits! We are willing to donate our time and existing content to help make more development opportunities available to those who work for non-profit agencies.
You serve the people of Central Iowa. Now let ATD Central Iowa serve you.
This Semester's Host
Thank you to our host organization for the spring 2018 semester:
On With Life
As a Midwest leader in brain injury rehabilitation, On With Life offers a comprehensive continuum of services for individuals who have sustained a brain injury or other neurological condition. We began as the dream of a dedicated, passionate group of survivors and their families, faced with the challenge of rebuilding lives shattered by brain injury who envisioned a program that would provide specialty rehabilitation services. Since opening in 1991, our non-profit program has served more than 5,000 individuals and their families. On With Life provides post-acute inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation, as well as long-term skilled, supported and independent living services for people who have sustained a traumatic brain injury, stroke, tumor, aneurysm or other neurological condition.
Sponsored by the Association for Talent Development (ATD) in Central Iowa, ATD University (ATDU) offers free monthly training sessions each fall and spring for individuals who work in non-profit organizations in this part of the state.
Each semester, ATD representatives and a steering committee made up of non-profit leaders select relevant topics related to three tracks of learning: Personal Development, Leadership Development, and Wellness.
Non-profit agencies provide the classroom space, and ATD members provide the training.
Class dates and times are sent to participating non-profit organizations so they can make the sessions available to their employees in whatever manner they deem appropriate.
Registration is limited by the available space, and sometimes by the activities associated with a class. Participants are accepted based on the order in which they register.
Want to Know More?
Are you a non-profit organization looking for an affordable way to provide professional development to your employees?
Contact us to receive information about upcoming classes.
We look forward to having you participate in ATDU!