Call for Exhibitors at TOCAI20 now open!

ChrisAnnual Institute, TOCAI 2020

The TOC Annual Institute 2020 Committee is happy to open our Call for Exhibitors with two new events that will feature Exhibitor participation. TOCAI20 features a smaller, more dynamic Exhibit Hall this year, with some of the DC metro area’s best experts in Training and Human Capital products, processes, and approaches.

With only 19 booths planned, don’t miss out. Sign up today for one of the limited spaces in the TOC Exhibit Hall!

New This Year:

The TOC Coach Connections helps you find a coach at the Annual Institute. TOC is offering registrants an opportunity to light their torch of learning and carry their flame of development with the help of a coach.

TOC is partnering with trained coaches, many of them fellow federal employees, to bring coaching to you at the Annual Institute. We are adding a track dedicated to Coach Connections where you will be able to learn more about the coaching process and sign up for one-on-one coaching sessions. Throughout the Annual Institute, we will have coaches available during each session period. You will have an opportunity to sign up to meet with a coach for 30 minute or 60 minute discussions. Read more.

The TOC Power Lunch features experts in the federal Training and Human Capital space leading discussions at lunch tables during the Institute. Pick your topic, join the discussion with like-minded colleagues, find answers to your questions (or questions you didn’t know you had!).

The TOC Learning Fair is a showcase of learning and performance support projects with a special focus on not just the projects themselves but also the results they’ve produced. This event offers you an amazing opportunity to see a wide variety of projects and talk to the designers and developers about the tools, technologies, and processes they used to build them.

Much like a science fair, TOC Learning Fair is arranged with a table for each project being shown. The developers and/or designers of each project will be right there to answer any questions you might have about the challenge they were trying to solve, the project design they chose, the development and implementation processes they used, and the results they found once the project was launched. In many cases, they’ll even be able to give you a hands-on demonstration. Read more.