Minds in Action President to Speak at Results 2001 Conference
(Chicago, February 22, 2001) Raymond A. Talke, Jr., President and Founder of Minds in Action, Inc., has been selected to speak at the Results 2001 Conference in Las Vegas on April 10, 2001. Ray Talke will be presenting The COMPLETE Job Task Analysis to conference attendees at 3:00 PM local time.
The Job Task Analysis serves as the foundation of any valid training, assessment, or certification program. An effective and complete Job Task Analysis provides a blueprint for training curriculums, assessment and certification tests, and corporate job descriptions and appraisal criteria. The Job Task Analysis ensures that training efforts are aligned with the skills actually used on the job, and that assessment and certification tests are valid and legally defensible. Ray Talke will discuss how an effective and complete job task analysis can be conducted in only four days!
Results is an annual global conference on technology based testing and
assessment services, training, and certification.
Results 2001 brings together executives from all industries to
investigate ways in which further education and training of today’s present
and prospective workforce can strengthen individual careers and improve the
bottom line of corporations worldwide. Results
2001 will be held at the MGM Grand Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada from April 10 –
12, 2001. Information about the
Results 2001 conference can be found at http://www.results2001.com.
Minds in Action, Inc. is a Chicago-based consulting company offering services that allow organizations to better align their training, testing, and competency management programs to their business goals and objectives. Ray Talke, the President of Minds in Action, brings over 12 years experience to clients wishing to improve their organizational competence. Ray Talke, the creator of the Job Task Analysis Workshop process, has also developed educational, testing, and competency management processes for a number of Fortune 500 companies and professional organizations.
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