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Register now for the 2022 Learning Professionals' Consortium

2022 Learning Professionals Consortium (LPC-22) 16 Feb Registration Now Open

LPC-22 16 Feb Registration Now Open

JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-RANDOLPH, Texas --

Registration is open for the 2022 Learning Professionals' Consortium (LPC-22) presented by the Air Force Learning Professionals Program. This virtual event, presented on Zoomgov.com, comes with an update in format for 2022.

“Instead of three continuous days, which can be a challenge for attendees, the LPC-22 will be presented with three single-day events on Feb. 16, April 20, and June 22,” said Dr. Angela “Angi” Canada, Air Education and Training Command Credentialing Division chief. “Attendees will have the opportunity to attend one event or all three.” 

The three single-day events are expected to better accommodate attendees’ schedules while providing the opportunity to gain solutions to learning issues, hear successful collaboration stories and learn best practices from across the Air Force. The topics will be directly relevant to Air Force Learning Professionals with both presentations and workshops featured.

The Learning Professionals’ Consortium is designed for learning professionals across the Air Force to meet, interact, and ultimately collaborate on advances in learning environments. Air Education and Training Command Credentialing Division’s goal is to build a community of Learning Professionals who work together to accelerate the transformation of the DAF learning paradigm.

“I’m excited this year’s theme is Explore – Engage – Accelerate,” said Dr. Wendy Walsh, Air Education and Training Command Chief Learning Officer. Before I arrived at AETC, I had the opportunity to attend the LPC-21 and found it extremely valuable. These single day events offer an opportunity for Learning Professionals to take advantage of professional development presented by peers across the Air Force.”

Registration for the Feb. 16 event is open until Feb. 11 here. For more information on the event visit this web page. For more information on Air Force Learning Professionals visit https://www.learningprofessionals.af.mil or https://www.facebook.com/AFlearningprofessionals.

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