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Training Officers Consortium

Association Partner

Management Concepts is proud to partner with the Training Officers Consortium (TOC) to enhance the  strength and effectiveness of the federal government workforce through highly-effective learning communities, professional development programs, and networking forums.

Our support for TOC and participation in the Annual Institute provides us opportunities to form relationships with federal trainers and other learning professionals. 



2024 Annual Institute

April 28-May 1, 2024 | Philadelphia, PA

Management Concepts is looking forward to "Feeling the L.O.V.E in the City of Brotherly Love" at TOC’s signature event. Topics will include Leadership Development, Optimization of Learning and Development Roles, Value, and Engaging Technologies.

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Attend Our Session

“Engaging eLearning – Getting hitched to great ideas”

Date: Wednesday, May 1, 2024
Time: 8:00 AM-9:00 AM ET
Presenter: Robert Parrott, Director, Custom Learning Solutions

There’s nothing a Developer loves more than having the right tools for the work in front of them. They’re not afraid of hard work; but working smarter, not harder, is preferable. In this session, our team of scrappy multimedia specialists share their favorite shortcuts, coding tricks, tips, and life hacks to make asynchronous course development smoother for customers, project teams, and learners alike. Their lengthy experience with engaging technologies like Adobe Captivate, Articulate 360, Camtasia, Vyond, and more have become the kind of best practices tool set that fellow content creators will want to marry to their own work.
Ever wonder what needs to be in your project templates, how early to think about accessibility, or where you can shave hours without compromising your project? We’re ready to share, compare, and dare you not to learn something new you’ll love too.
During the presentation, we'll play some recorded messages from various development experts highlighting unique issues and their creative solutions. The in-person presenter will then demonstrate the solution in real time and/or show helpful variations so all attendees can leave with at least one way to apply a tip to their tasks regardless of the size of the project, government vs commercial work requirements, tool limitations, etc. As appropriate, sample code, templates, and files will be made available, too.

    In this session, participants will:
  • Review examples of common design and development challenges
  • Learn creative ways to address those challenges while saving everyone time and money
  • Discover ways to measure the impact of these improvements to their development workflow
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Visit Our Booth

Training Officers have a unique role within their agencies, and Management Concepts is continually innovating with new courses, credentialing, training programs, and custom learning solutions. Stop by the booth in the exhibit hall an learn about what's new and what's next for you and your agency.

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Meet Our Staff

Talk to us at the Annual Institute to discuss the right solutions for your agency.

Anna Mauldin

Anna Mauldin
Executive Director, Product Management

Scott Boozer

Scott Boozer
Director, Federal Leadership Initiatives

Rob Parrott

Rob Parrott
Director, Custom Learning Solutions

Jed Duvall

Jed Duvall
Business Development Manager

Vera Medici

Vera Medici
Senior Marketing Manager, Partnerships & Events



On Demand: The Power of Practice: How training programs can use experiential learning to achieve proficiency faster

Professional football coaches know better than to simply hand a rookie the playbook and expect them to immediately become a productive member of the team. yet many federal agencies do exactly this when onboarding new (or new-to career) employees. this 30-minute roundtable discussion centers on how building a training program that incorporates practice, strength/weakness assessments, and experiential learning can sharply reduce your new employees time to proficiency.

You will hear firsthand from senior federal managers about the proven approaches and components they have found effective in training programs. these best practices, employed in private sector and sports alike, give new hires a chance to become contributing team members faster, with less risk, and with less burden on the hiring manager than the traditional on-the-job training approach. 

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2023 Annual Institute

April 30-May 3, 2023 | Ocean City, MD

Management Concepts was ready to "Catch the Wave" at TOC’s signature event, greeting TOC members in the exhibit hall and interacting with participants at our "Adaptable Leadership" session.

Read the recap "2023 TOC Annual Institute: A Wave of Enthusiasm" on the blog >>

View photos on our Facebook page >>

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2022 Annual Institute

May 1-4, 2022 | Wilmington, DE

Management Concepts was proud to sponsor and present a session at the 2022 Annual Institute. The theme “Reset Your Compass: Chart Your New Future” embodied the optimistic spirit of the event, where attendees were glad to meet in person again after the 2021 Virtual Annual Institute.

Read the recap "A Fresh Start at the 2022 TOC Annual Institute" on the blog.

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Professional Development Program Symposium series

Winter 2020-Spring 2021 | Virtual

Management Concepts was pleased to support the Training Officers Consortium as the lead sponsor of a series of symposiums, each addressing a variety of Executive Core Qualifications (ECQs).

Our Professional Government Supervisor Program  features over 30 modules that are aligned to the Office of Personnel Management’s Supervisory Training Framework and Senior Executive Service ECQs and can be tailored for private group training for any organization.

View photos from the “Cultivating Motivation and Engagement” symposium on our Facebook page.

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