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The West Virginia Chapter of the American Society for Training and Development has spots available for its Feb. 9-10 conference at The Greenbrier.

"The ASTD West Virginia Chapter is excited to meet face-to-face with the individuals who have helped to shape the training and development industry in West Virginia," said ASTD West Virginia Chapter President Terry Mayhew. "Training and development is a growing field and we want to do our part to ensure that West Virginia builds a valuable network of professionals capable of promoting and advancing our mission."

The conference brings learning professionals from throughout the state together to learn and network.

Chuck Stump, author and "enter-trainer," will speak at the event along with Laura Prisc, who founded Leadership and Life Potential LLC. The conference aims to provide knowledge and humor to a diverse group of professionals who work in state government, non-profit and the private industry.

Visit www.astdwv.wildapricot.org or call Mayhew at 304-412-3343 for conference details.