A Letter from the Chair

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July 16, 2021 Dear TOC Registrants and Colleagues, The year 2020 was truly a strange one for all of us! The worldwide pandemic thrust us into a world of virtual interactions as we adjusted to keeping ourselves and loved ones safe from the coronavirus. As we incorporated face masks and social distancing into our lives, we witnessed portions of our communities face … Read More

Announcing the 2021-22 Theme

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Congratulations to Mozella Perry Ademiluyi, the winner of the “What’s Our Theme?” contest. Each year we have a theme for our program year and Annual Institute, which we use as a basis to select our keynote speakers, inspire our presenters, and connect with our registrants. Normally our themes are determined by the members of our Executive Board, but this year … Read More

TOC Annual Survey

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Hello TOC community, We’ve had quite the year for TOC. Amidst a pandemic and a sudden pivot to the virtual realm, we’ve tried to maintain our provision of a beneficial experience for the L&D professionals in our community. Now as we are winding down, we want to learn about your experiences with the various program offerings, marketing techniques, events, and benefits that TOC … Read More

Solidarity Against AAPI Hate

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Statement from the Training Officers Consortium Board of Directors We, the Board of Directors of the Training Officers Consortium (TOC), the training professionals of the Government training community, stand in solidarity with our Asian American and Pacific Islander members, partners, and allies.Over the past year our nation has seen a rise in racially motivated hate crimes against our Asian neighbors, … Read More

TOC Community Event

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Network with us February 18th at 5 PM! Join us for another networking session with TOC. On February 18th, we will connect to chat and participate in Black History Month Trivia! We cannot wait to connect. Get ready for some fun! Register here.

TOC Roundtable Series

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The February Roundtable Series: Creating a Coaching Culture kicks off on February 2nd from 1-2pm ET with featured presenter, Alan Myers. TOC is excited to introduce the Roundtable learning series with an interactive platform, PheedLoop. It offers the opportunity to network with your peers, explore exhibitors, chat with presenters, return to view saved content at a later date, and more! … Read More

TOC Holiday Social

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You asked and we listened! We want you to be our guest on Tuesday, December 8. Join us for a fun-filled event to catch up with our TOC family. More details coming soon. For now, register to reserve your seat!

Diversity and Inclusion Roundtable Canceled

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In light of the U. S. Office of Personnel Management’s memo issued 10/2/20 regarding training related to diversity and inclusion, the Training Officers Consortium (TOC) has decided to cancel the Roundtable scheduled for Tuesday, October 6th “Moving from Diversity & Inclusion to Equity & Belonging.” We recognize we service the Federal government and understand this program may cause a conflict … Read More

TOCAI19: Know Before You Go!

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Hello TOC! We are just days away from the 2019 Annual Institute (AI) in Norfolk, Virginia. Below are a few “Know Before You Go” reminders. Hotel –Norfolk Waterside Marriott 235 East Main Street Norfolk, VA 23510. Driving Directions. Parking – parking is covered by TOC in the parking deck located on the corner of Atlantic & Main Streets across from … Read More

TOCAI19 Registration Now Open

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We’re excited to celebrate 80 years of the Training Officers Consortium at our 2019 Annual Institute! We have lined up three amazing days full of important content and learning opportunities, thoughtful keynotes, networking with your peers, and fun with a purpose. Join us in Norfolk, VA to put an important capstone on your professional development journey. Even if you are a … Read More