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The Training Officers Consortium, founded in 1938 in Washington, DC, is a nonprofit organization of federal trainers and other professionals from industry and academe who are interested in contributing to the knowledge and practice of human resources and training. Our members provide services and networking opportunities to the federal training community throughout the Washington, DC metropolitan area as far south as Hampton, Virginia. Learn more here.
TOC holds a Professional Development Series. The program includes ten monthly workshops and lectures featuring specialists in human resources development, education, technology, economics, business, political science, and personal development. Learn more here.
Scholarships and Awards
TOC honors trainers and training programs that have made a significant contribution to training and development. The TOC Scholarship program assists outstanding local DC high school students interested in earning a college degree leading to career in human resource development. Learn more here.
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