ATD encourages you to become involved with your local chapter; however, you will not receive ATD benefits by joining your local chapter. Joining a local chapter is a great way to take advantage of workplace training activities and access networking, career development, and business development opportunities in your local community. To receive discounts on ATD content, educational programs, and conference registration fees, you must also become a member of ATD. As an ATD member, you gain unlimited access to TD at Work guides, a growing library of tools, templates, and checklists, webinars and conference recordings, and more. For more information on ATD member benefits, and how to join ATD, please visit our website at td.org/membership.
Articles in this section
- Which local chapter is closest to me?
- What is the cost for local chapter membership?
- What is my chapter’s ChIP (Chapter Incentive Program) code?
- If I join my local chapter, do I still receive the benefits of ATD membership, such as free access to research reports or discounts on ATD products or services?
- How do I set up a chapter team for the conference?
- I forgot to enter my Chapter Incentive Program (ChIP) code. Can my chapter still get credit for the transaction?
- How do I contact my local chapter?
- How can I find the contact info for the president of my local chapter?
- Does my ATD membership include chapter membership?
- I would like to speak at other chapters. How do I do that?