PTC-NC presents: T&Es
Just because they're part of the family doesn't mean we're married to them
Event information: Training and experience measures have become part of our everyday lives. But that doesn't mean we should ignore their weaknesses and hope for the best; rather we should use them as part of a broader strategy. In this presentation we will discuss ways to maximize the usefulness of T&Es and place them as part of a broader selection plan, including position-specific measures.
DATE: February 26, 2018
TIME: 10:30 am – 11:30 am
COSTS: Attendance is free. Please sign up using the form below.
- Lunch will follow after the event. Please feel free to stay for lunch and network with PTC-NC members and non-members.
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Department of Justice
1300 I St, Sacramento, CA 95814
7th floor – Large Conference Room
Please note: Attendees will need to check in with security and be escorted up to the 7th floor.
Parking: A parking garage is located at 14 and H street.
Notes: The PTC-NC event will fill up quickly. Attendance is on a first come basis and will be closed after max capacity is filled.
Event flyer download: PTC-NC T&E flyer
Bryan Baldwin: Bryan has nearly twenty years of experience in HR, from analyst to CEA, and has worked in both California and Washington. He currently consults and trains for CPS HR Consulting. He has been the Chief of the Personnel Management Division at CalHR, the Personnel Officer at the Department of Justice, and a frequent contributor and presenter. Bryan has a Masters degree in Organizational Behavior.
Jim Higgins: Jim has over twenty years of experience in HR and HR-related fields. He has developed pre-employment examinations in both the public and private arenas, has operated his own consulting firm conducting advanced statistical research for federal contractors, and has served as a professor of applied statistics at both American River College and California State University Sacramento. Currently, he manages the Talent Acquisition & Risk Management Unit at the California Department of Justice. Jim has a Master’s degree in Industrial and Organizational Psychology and a Doctorate in Educational Psychology.