Do you have experience and expertise that could benefit your colleagues? Why not share them—and get recognition from your colleagues—as a presenter at an ATD conference or local meeting? ATD provides hundreds of speaking opportunities.
ATD International Conference & Exposition
Held each spring, this premier event for workplace learning and performance professionals welcomes attendees from more than 70 countries. The conference features more than 300 education sessions from industry leading experts, and a world-class EXPO filled with the latest products and services available from top suppliers. Get Speaker Information
ATD TechKnowledge® Conference
Held each winter, ATD TechKnowledge® emphasizes developing and managing e-learning. The educational program includes more than 70 sessions including hands-on computer labs and corporate case studies. Get Speaker Information
ATD Chapter Leaders Conference
Held each fall, the ATD Chapter Leaders Conference (ALC) gathers over 300 chapter leaders serving ATD's 100+ chapters to network and learn best practices for running their chapters. This annual conference provides an opportunity to network with chapter leaders and ATD staff, to grow the profession, and to learn what it takes to be a successful chapter leader.
ATD Chapter Meetings
ATD's more than 100 local chapters in the United States have regular meetings, as well as periodic workshops and conferences. Many of these events may present speaking opportunities for you while also helping chapters provide consistently excellent programming for local ATD members.
Many chapter leaders reference the ATD speakers bureau, a repository of speakers connected to the workplace learning and performance profession, to identify potential speakers for upcoming chapter events and meetings. To be listed as a speaker, complete the speaker submission form found online at www.td.org/speakersbureau.
To market your availability to ATD chapters directly, use the online chapter locator. To search for a chapter, go to the the ATD Chapter Locator Tool. Most chapters include contact information for their chapter leaders on their chapter websites.