The ATD International Conference & Exposition will bring the talent development industry to life. You will have access to more industry resources than at any other event. Take a break from your daily routine and focus on your professional development. You will learn from the game changers - the individuals who are shaping the industry. You will walk away with new contacts, fresh ideas on how to apply current and future trends to your own job, and an invigorated passion for talent development.
At ATD, join more than 10,500 of your learning colleagues from around the globe to share best practices and insights. You'll learn current and future trends, and find out how to apply them on the job to get results. You'll learn from world-renowned thought leaders, and industry luminaries. ATD 2017 will provide the tools and resources necessary to move you and your organization forward.
Top Reasons to Attend
Largest conference in the field providing the most choices for your development
Top-rated educational sessions
Networking with like-minded peers from around the world
Benchmark your practices against today's industry leaders
With more than 400 exhibitors, the ATD Exposition is the place to meet and network with colleagues, as well as discover vendors and learn about the latest products to help you perform your job better. These experts are ready to listen to your challenges and help you overcome them.
The ATD International Conference & Exposition brings the training and development industry to life. Each aspect of the industry is covered for every level of practitioner, from CEO to specialist, from dean to student. With more than 10,500 attendees this is the largest event for the industry. ATD 2017 attendees are looking to network, advance their skills and knowledge, and begin or continue vendor relationships to help their organizations.
The Association for Talent Development (ATD) is a professional membership organization supporting those who develop the knowledge and skills of employees in organizations around the world. The association was previously known as the American Society for Training & Development (ASTD).