APHSA and NSTDA are pleased to release the latest NSDTA Journal: Training and Development in Human Services – Supporting Change in Child Welfare: An Evaluation of Training and Technical Assistance
To access the recent NSTDA Presenter Overview/Presentation Tips Webinar for the 2017 NSDTA Conference please click here.
The mission of the NSDTA is to build professional and organizational capacity in the human services through a national network of membership sharing ideas and resources on organizational development, staff development, and training.
The National Staff Development and Training Association (NSDTA) was founded in 1983 and incorporated as an affiliate of APHSA in 1985 to support persons responsible for human service training and staff development on the local, state, or federal level.
As the field of training and development continues to evolve, so too will this website. We are committed to using this site as a means of sharing information and best practices. If you have information you would like to see included on this site, please contact us. By creatively working together, we can all benefit, and in turn, continue to work to improve the well-being of society’s children, adults, and families.
Browse the pages of this site to find Resources to help you and your colleagues, including publications you can order and share. Go to the About Us section of our site to learn more about NSDTA.
Our Professional Development Institute is an annual event. This institute is a premier national training and networking event for people involved in human services training, staff development and organizational development. Find out more about this year’s Professional Development Institute.
NSDTA is an affiliate of the American Public Human Services Association (APHSA). As such, becoming a member of NSDTA means you are also a member of APHSA. More information on benefits of membership is available in Membership Information.
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