Special Interest Groups

Rocky Mountain Chapter’s Special Interest Groups (SIG) address particular areas of interest for our members and the Denver metro learning and development community. If you are interested in sponsoring a SIG that is not listed below, please contact the Chapter President at president@atdrmc.org to discuss your ideas.

ATD RMC Instructional Design SIG


The Chapter is sponsoring an Instructional Design SIG. This SIG will cover all topics related to instructional design. We need your help! What instructional design topics do you want to learn about? Would you be willing to present? Take the survey today. Do you have questions? Contact the Instructional Design SIG Director. 

ATD RMC Learning Technologies SIG


The Chapter is sponsoring a Learning Technologies SIG. The content is provided  by members - you are out there in the real world practicing this every day. Do you have a cool tool that you want to share with everyone? Have you created something for learners that leverages technology and want to share your work? We're not just talking about eLearning! Webinars, clickers, polling software, graphic design - any technology you've used to engage learners! Show and tell, fail jams, etc. We will also invite special guests who are experts in the learning technology space to talk about what they're doing too. 

Would you like to facilitate a session or do you have questions? Contact the Learning Technologies SIG Director. 

ATD RMC Consultants SIG

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If you are a talent development business owner with five or fewer employees, you are eligible to join this group and to register on the Consultant Directory on the ATD RMC website. The Consultant SIG meets monthly. We promote collaborative business practices and strive to become a resource for the learning community seeking our professional services. 

Questions: Contact the Vice President of Community Engagement. 

Facilitator's Exchange SIG


A forum for new and experienced facilitators to meet and share their knowledge, develop new skills, brainstorm ideas, and address challenges to effective facilitation. The Facilitator’s Exchange attracts professionals committed to developing their facilitation skills throughout the Denver metro area by providing a forum for facilitators to learn new skills, share ideas, discuss challenges, and support each other in being exceptional facilitators.

The Facilitator's Exchange is looking for a leader, if you would like to run the group, please contact the Vice President of Programming.


Upcoming Special Interest Group (SIG) Events

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