We are a continuing source for current human resource development
trends and innovations. One of our goals is to provide you with up-to-date
sources for training information and HRD issues. The following sites
are just a few links to these resources:
CAREER ASSESSMENT RESOURCES
Visit this website hosted by the Department of Interior. This website
contains resources and tools on career assessment, career planning
and career management.
This website contains links to tools for career assessment, career
planning, and career management.
CORE COMPETENCY RESOURCES
HUMAN CAPITAL RESOURCES
KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT RESOURCES
for Army Lessons Learned
This website is an example of Knowledge Management. It exists to collect
and analyze data from a variety of current and historical sources,
including Army operations and training events.
KM.GOV is a part of FirstGov and serves as a portal to websites, workgroups,
events, and resources that address knowledge management issues.
LEARNING TECHNOLOGY RESOURCES
Distributed Learning (ADL)
Learn about the Department of Defense ADL initiative which is about
activities focused on instructional content, development, and delivery
using emerging technology for online learning. Also learn about other
learning technology activities that are being developed.
Protection Agency's National Enforcement Training Institute (EPA)
EPA's National Enforcement Training Institute trains Federal, State,
Local and Tribal lawyers, inspectors, civil and criminal investigators,
and technical experts in the enforcement of the Nation's environmental
laws. The institute uses a balanced training approach using traditional
classroom training, distance learning, and cooperative agreements
with other organizations. This website also contains the proceedings
of the Government Learning Technology Symposiums (GLTS) which are
available for downloading through their clearinghouse.
Government Distance Learning Association (FGDLA)
The FGDLA coordinates with the Government Alliance for Training and
Education (GATE), the Government Education and Training Network (GETN),
and the Government Resources and Capabilities Directory (GRCD) to
provide information and promote distance learning within the Federal
Services Administration On-Line University
GSA hosts an on-line university for the Federal Acquisition Workforce.
The university consists of multimedia tutorials, samples, forms, live
audio broadcasts, on-line chat rooms for seminars, and instructor-led
Force Acquisition Career Management Center
Through this website, the Air Force acquisition workforce is informed
on important career development issues.
of Energy Universal Catalog
The Department of Energy's Universal Catalog is an on-line index that
links training catalogs from DOE sites across the country. DOE employees
and contractors are able to locate any training program available
in the DOE system right at their computer.
This website provides references to training seminars and computer-based
training programs related to the executive branch ethics program.
Federal Executive Institute
For more than two decades, the Federal Executive Institute (FEI) has
been charged with the development of generalist career executives.
The FEI is an interagency residential learning center with a curriculum
that addresses broad perspectives basic to effective performance in
the senior executive service.
This website hosted by the Department of Treasury contains training
courses for the financial manager.
Services Administration Sponsored Education and Training
This website hosted by GSA contains training information on the Federal
Acquisition Institute program, the IRM Certificate program, and the
Information System Security training program.
Management Development Centers
OPM's Management Development Centers are exclusively dedicated to
building the special brand of leadership required by America's dynamic
and diverse workforce via seminars and instructor-led presentations.
Maureen and Mike Mansfield Foundation
Federal employees with a strong career interest in issues of importance
to the U.S.-Japan relationship now have the opportunity to apply for
a Mike Mansfield Fellowship. During the two-year program, Fellows
spend a year working full-time in Japanese government offices, preceded
by a year of full-time rigorous language and area studies training
in the United States. After completing the program, Fellows return
to their U.S. agencies with proficiency in Japanese and practical,
firsthand experience with Japan and its government that enables them
to contribute to their agencies' Japan-related work.
Valley Authority University (TVA)
Visit this site to see how TVA University provides an opportunity
for its employees to gain knowledge and skills needed to meet agency
goals; serves as a strategic tool for change; and enhances integration
and coordination of all education and training activity at TVA.