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The Auto Club Group's Best Practices: Three Methods of Transformation

  • Wednesday, April 10, 2013
  • 5:30 PM - 8:30 PM
  • AAA Headquarters, 1 Auto Club Drive, Dearborn, MI 48126

Registration

  • Current members of the Greater Detroit Chapter of ASTD

GDASTD April Meeting

 

 

"Auto Club Group's

Best Practices:

Three Methods of Transformation"

 

 

 

Speaker:

Dan Hill

Chief Learning Officer

Auto Club Group

 

 

As learner and sponsors of learning expectations increase, traditional approaches to training must be replaced with new and innovative learning methods.  AAA-The Auto Club Group is using 3 methods to transform the way the organization leverages learning to achieve its business results. 

 

          
Compressed Knowledge Transfer

Day-in-the-Life Work Simulation

Skill Integration on the Job

 

        
See how these methods accelerate learning, aid the transition from the training environment to the job, and ensure that new job skills are reinforced in the workplace.
Congratulations to ACG for making Training Magazine's Top 125 for the 3rd consecutive year!  Read More
AGENDA:
5:30pm-6:00pm: Registration/Networking
6:00pm-6:45pm: Dinner
6:45pm-8:30pm: Program
PARKING/ENTRANCE INFORMATION:
Park only in the North lot that has long, straight walkways - you cannot exit the South lot after 8pm.  Visitors entering the building are required to check in at security.
REGISTRATION NOTE:  Registration will close at Noon on April 10th.  Due to the security process at AAA, walk-ins cannot be accepted for this meeting.


About Dan Hill

Dan Hill is VP/Chief Learning Officer for AAA-The Auto Club Group (ACG). Dan has also led the learning and development function at Budget Rent a Car, Regions Financial Corporation, and First National Bank of Texas.  He is an Adjunct Instructor at Oakland University where he has taught Training Program Evaluation for the past three years. He is an active member of the SEMCOG/MAC Talent Task Force.  Dan graduated from Utah State University (where he played offensive tackle for the Aggies) and earned an MS in Instructional Technology.

 

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