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Strategic Partners and Member Networks
  • ATD works with organizations to bring contents and services to different regions. ATD currently works with strategic partners and a member network in the Asia Pacific region.
  • 51Job
    51JOB (Nasdaq: JOBS) is a leading human resource solutions provider in China, offering a broad array of services in the areas of Recruitment Solutions, Training & Assessment, and HR Outsourcing & Consulting services.
  • ATD Member Network Japan
    ATD Member Network Japan supports ATD members and non-members to build knowledge, share solutions, ideas, best practices, and to network locally in Japan.
  • Japan Management Association
    Japan Management Association (JMA) provides management related activities (survey, research, information collection and publication), human resources development, and technological development across all the industries to contribute to the development of the Japanese economy, and the improvement of the quality of life thus encouraging the growth of the global society.
  • Korea Management Association
    Founded in 1962 by private initiatives, Korea Management Association is an non-for-profit organization specializing in lifelong learning, executive development and management consulting. For the past half century, KMA has provided its clients and member companies with the best know-how on innovation and management skills in all fields of industries.
  • Korean Standards Association
    KSA consists of experts who have both hands-on backgrounds and theories on various industries, and thus, KSA leads Korea’s industrial development in the technology competitiveness era of the 21st century.
  • The Singapore Training and Development Association
    The Singapore Training and Development Association (STADA) was established in 1972 by a group of training professionals from diverse industries who were passionate about learning and sharing best practices.