NAWDP 2017 Annual Conference
May 21* - May 24, 2017
Special Event Added*
U.S. DOL Officials Invited to Speak
Sunday, May 21
1:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
- Option 1: Register individual ONLINE (Visa, Mastercard, American Express)
- Option 2: DOWNLOAD individual Registration Form, return via fax or email
- Early bird discount - conference registration DEADLINE - March 22.
Please read your NAWDP member emails for updates on the hotel block. The reservation DEADLINE for a room in the hotel block is April 21, or when the room block sells out for a particular night.
- The conference hotel is the Hilton New Orleans Riverside, located at Two Poydras Street, New Orleans, La. (All events will take place here.)
- The overflow hotel is the DoubleTree, located at 300 Canal Street, New Orleans, La.
- To book via phone, please call, 800-445-8667 (both hotels).
- To book the Hilton online, CLICK to reserve your room.
- To book the DoubleTree online, CLICK to reserve your room.
Schedule At a Glance
NAWDP is pleased to offer two (2) additional, in-depth learning opportunities on May 22.
(1) The Revolutionary New Captain and Coach Approach to Case Management (featuring Larry Robbin)
(2) Data Driven Workforce Development: How Labor Market Information Can Guide Investment and Strategy (featuring Greg Wilson)
Exhibits and Sponsorships
Secure Your Place at NAWDP's 2017 Annual Conference! We have added new opportunities to engage with workforce leadership and showcase your company.
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Conference Content OVERVIEW - Professional Development
The NAWDP annual conference features nearly 100 learning opportunities. Workshops selected will match the needs of those new to the field as well as seasoned professionals.
Thank you to everyone who submitted a workshop proposal. You will find out the committee's decision by the end of November.
The 2017 conference will focus on five (5) main areas:
Leveraging and Establishing Partnerships: including a special emphasis placed on partnerships identified in the Workforce Innovation and Opportunities Act
Delivering Career Services: including motivating clients, intake procedures, providing quality assessment, integrated case management, etc.
Business and Economic Development: including strategies around regional business partnerships, business engagement, and measuring performance of services.
Managing Changes: including workshops on fiscal, EEO, Grievances, Changing HR rules, HIPA Laws, OMB Circular, and Supervising 101
Priority Population: including effective strategies for serving individuals with disabilities, individuals with limited English proficiency, homeless, veterans and ex-offenders.
Nearly 1,000 workforce professionals from across the nation are expected including: One-Stop Center/AJC Staff, Job Developers, Re-Entry Specialist, Community College Representatives, Job Corps Professionals, Senior Community and Employment Service Providers, Business and Employer Representatives, WIB Executive Directors, Career and Guidance Counselors, Juvenile and Adult Justice Specialists, Educators and Trainers.