Swinging for Scholarships


TOC IN PARTNERSHIP WITH MANAGEMENT CONCEPTS PRESENTS: TOC Swinging for Scholarshipsand End of Year Celebration! October 7, 20216:00-8:00 pm Top Golf National Harbor 6400 Clipper Way, Oxon Hill, MD 20745 Benefits and Registration Your registration will secure your spot for 2 hours of game play, trivia fun, food, drinks, the chance to win prizes all while supporting the TOC Scholarship Program! … Read More

Thank you to our Sponsors!


Annually for the past 66 years, The Training Officers Consortium (TOC), has bestowed TOC Distinguished Service Awards to stimulate improved government-sponsored training programs through recognition of individuals making significant contributions to the Federal training community in training, education, and career development. Since the mid 90’s, TOC has funded scholarships for two incoming freshmen to the University of the District of … Read More

Taking Care of Our Mental Health in the Current Environment


  Think back to March 2020 when we heard the words, coronavirus, COVID-19.  Then we had to face the new realities of working from home, temporary unemployment, home-schooling our children, and the lack of physical contact with other family members, friends and colleagues. It is no doubt that our mental, as well as our physical health may have been affected.  We probably … Read More

TOC Open House


Are you or your colleagues contemplating registering for this program year, but still are not sure how TOC can support your training and development needs. Do you still need more tangible information on what TOC will offer? Join us for a one-hour Open House to chat with TOC registrants and get real time information so you can “Reset Your Compass … Read More

TOC 66th Annual Distinguished Service Awards Ceremony


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RSVP by September 10, 2021 to Reserve Your Spot We invite you to attend the 66th Annual TOC Distinguished Service Awards Ceremony on September 14, 2021 from noon to 1:30 pm (ET). During this celebratory event, we will bestow awards to the best-of-the-best in the Federal training community. You certainly do not want to miss seeing live and in-person who … Read More

PDP Roundtable Series: The Art of Evaluation- Part 3- Live Panel Q&A


In this live panel discussion, we invite current and potential clients to share their evaluation challenges and the strategies they are using to overcoming them. Confirmed panelists: Lisa Wilson (IRS), Nelson ER (Census), Frank Johnson (TSA), Dustin Norwood (ASA). Objectives: Explore challenges faced by Talent Development Professionals in having their evaluation effort help them meet their organization goals, and what … Read More

PDP Roundtable Series: The Art of Evaluation- Part 1- Live Webinar


When developing training programs, many organizations wait until the end of the development cycle to think about how to evaluate the program. This Live Webinar will teach learners about the importance of building an evaluation model into their program design to gain valuable insight on the health of training programs, which will allow practitioners to ultimately demonstrate the impact that … Read More

2021 TOC Annual Survey Results

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Each year we survey TOC registrants to understand how we can provide a program that meets your needs. Recently we facilitated the 2021 survey – Thank You to those who took time to provide your insights to us! While we have not yet had an opportunity to dig deep into the survey results, we did want to share a preview … Read More

Writing Documents Under Pressure: Making It Easy


The Plain Writing Act of 2010 requires that government employees write public documents in a clear and well-organized manner. Under short deadlines, government employees need to be able to create documents that are correct, complete, and concise. During this session, the instructors will demonstrate techniques that will help employees draft documents under pressure. Outcomes – After completing the course, participants … Read More

A Letter from the Chair


July 16, 2021 Dear TOC Registrants and Colleagues, The year 2020 was truly a strange one for all of us! The worldwide pandemic thrust us into a world of virtual interactions as we adjusted to keeping ourselves and loved ones safe from the coronavirus. As we incorporated face masks and social distancing into our lives, we witnessed portions of our communities face … Read More