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Call for topics now open for 2022 Air Force Learning Professionals’ Consortium

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  • By Larisa Langley, Ctr
  • AETC
Joint Base San Antonio – Randolph, Texas – The call for topics for the 2022 Learning Professionals’ Consortium (LPC-22) has been released by AETC/A3B’s Learning Professionals Branch.

With a successful virtual event in 2021, the LPC-22 will also take place virtually on Zoomgov. Taking a cue from previous attendees, there will be a shift in how the event is presented.

“We know attending a virtual three-day event can be challenging,” said Dr. Angela “Angi” Canada, AETC/A3B Division chief. “The LPC-22 gives attendees the option to attend three unique individual events.”

The single-day events will take place Feb. 16, April 20, and June 22. The single-day events are intended to better accommodate attendees’ schedules, giving them an opportunity to learn best practices, hear successful collaboration stories, and gain solutions to learning issues. Each day will have presentations, interactive workshops and discussion forums, focusing on topics relevant to Learning Professionals.

Learning Professionals (personnel who analyze, design, develop, deliver, support, administer, manage, or evaluate education and training) from the Air Force and sister services, as well as industry and academic partners, interested in presenting at the LPC-22 can submit their topic here. Topics should support development of the Learning Professionals community. Presenting to this audience will give the opportunity to share best practices, successful collaboration stories, studies, skills or solutions to learning issues. Presenters are welcome to submit more than one topic. Topic submission forms are due no later than Sept. 30, 2021.

The theme of this year’s event is Explore – Engage – Accelerate and is an opportunity to bring together and develop the community of knowledgeable and committed Learning Professionals.

“We are excited to be able to offer this new single day format to enhance learning opportunities for the men and women we serve. Although it will be virtual, the three events offer flexibility and the ability for more Learning Professionals to interact, collaborate, and grow,” said Col. Shelly Mendieta, AETC/A3/6 deputy director for force development.

The Learning Professionals’ Consortium is designed for Learning Professionals across the Air Force to meet, interact and ultimately collaborate on innovations that will enhance learning for the men and women we serve. AETC/A3B’s goal is to build a community of Learning Professionals who work together to accelerate the transformation of the military learning paradigm.

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