Come set sail with us in 2018 as we take on a spectacular journey filled with fun and adventures. ATD Hawai'i is proud to offer a variety of events touching upon practical and current industry trends. We work with renowned speakers locally, nationally, and globally to bring the most value and enjoyment each time our members attend. Will you join us on the journey? Click on the links on the right of the image for more info on the events or scroll down below. Mahalo!




1. Aligning with the Stars: How Integrated Talent Management Maximizes Performance

2. Power Up PowerPoint to Create Microlearning


August (coming soon)

Voyaging the Seas of E-Learning: Introduction to Articulate 


September (coming soon)

Charting Your Course: Evaluating Learning Programs


October (coming soon)

Navigating New Waters - Extreme Course Makeovers with Instructional Design

November (coming soon)

Welcome Home ohana: Charity & Cheer

Past Events










ATD Hawai'i Chapter offers a variety of events, from Lunch & Learns, to webinars, to evening events.  Events are offered in each of the 10 Areas of Expertise (AOE) from the ATD Competency Model.


Upcoming events

    • 26 Jul 2018
    • 5:30 PM - 8:30 PM
    • Central Pacific Bank – Harbor Square 225 Queen Street, 4th Floor (Waikiki Room)
    • 4

    Power Up Power Point to Create Microlearning

    Thursday, July 26, 2018

    5:30 – 8:30 PM

    About this Event:

    Do you want to increase your on-demand training offerings quickly and on budget? Learn how to deliver content to your learners in small bursts with Microlearning - Powered by PowerPoint! Create interactive lessons or videos with PowerPoint! We encourage you to bring your laptop to fully enjoy the tell me, show me, let me experience (and computers will be available if you don't have a laptop to bring).

    This presentation requires some beginner knowledge about working with animations, inserting objects and editing shapes. Participants will be emailed the template that will be used prior to the workshop. 

    Participants will learn how to:

    * Use PowerPoint to design micro stand-alone modules or courses

    * Enhance learner engagement and retention


    5:15pm:          Registration/Networking

    5:30pm:          Light dinner begins

    6:00pm:        Program begins

    8:20pm:          Closing remarks

    8:30pm:          Event ends

    About the Presenter:

    MiMi Peace

    Organizational Development Consultant

    Central Pacific Bank

    Who Should Attend?

    Anyone who uses PowerPoint in their work, whether creating training or presentations for meetings.


    A light dinner will be provided.

    Members: Free

    Non-Members: $10 paid at time of registration

    NO REFUNDS for cancellation unless requested by (July 19).

    NO REFUNDS for no-shows.

    AOE (Areas of Expertise):

    ·         Performance Improvement

    ·         Instructional Design

    ·         Training Delivery

    ·         Learning Technologies

    Where is the event?

    Central Pacific Bank – Harbor Square

    225 Queen Street, 4th Floor (Waikiki Room)

    Honolulu, HI 96813

    Getting to the 4th Fl. Training Facility:

    1. Enter the Harbor Square Building on the Queen Street side or from the parking garage (look for the garden and palm trees)

    2. Take the Commercial Elevators to the 4th floor, the entrance will be on your left.

    3. Ring the doorbell, let the person answering know you are there for a training, and a greeter will open the door.

    Where should I park?

    Parking will not be validated.

    See below for parking recommendations.

    Metered street parking

    Central Pacific Bank – Harbor Square Parking 700 Richards Street

    Evening rate: $5 flat-rate from 4:00 PM – 6:00 AM

    Note: You can park in ANY stall after 4:00 PM, even those marked reserved. Go to the kiosk on the ground floor to pay IN ADVANCE at the machine.

    City Financial Tower

    201 Merchant Street

    Rate: $3.50 every 30 minutes

    Ali’i Place

    1099 Alakea Street

    Rate: after 5 PM - $3 flat rate

    • 15 Aug 2018
    • 8:30 AM - 12:30 PM
    • HMSA - KOA Room
    • 8

    Voyaging the Seas of E-Learning:

    Introduction to Articulate Storyline 3

    Wednesday, August 15, 2018

    8:30am – 12:30pm

    About this Event:

    In this workshop you will get hands-on experience putting together a micro eLearning course, learning and practicing the skills needed to develop your own eLearning modules. The workshop is highly interactive, giving you a glimpse of how powerful Articulate Storyline can be. A list of the topics to be covered is found below. Participants will receive job aids, course assets, and a new network of budding eLearning designers!

    Exercise files will be emailed to you for download a few days prior to the event. You will need to download Articulate Storyline 3 from their website. The trial version lasts for 30 days and you will have access to all program functions. If you already downloaded the free trial once, you may need to use another email/laptop to do so again.

    Workshop Needs:

    • You must have a PC laptop. Articulate Storyline is not compatible with Apple products.
    • Mouse - it's recommended you use a mouse rather than a track pad, as you will be able to move faster using a mouse

    Who should attend?

    Beginner/intermediate eLearning designers – The course will cover much of the basics, with an emphasis on variables. It is recommended that learners have basic knowledge of PPT and/or Articulate Storyline.

    Topics to Be Covered:

    • Building a Slide
      • Importing Media - Graphics, Audio, Video 
      • Creating Text Boxes
      • Formatting shapes, captions and text boxes
      • Light Boxes
      • Layers
    • Developing Interactions
      • Variables to Store and Display Information
      • Triggers to trigger action or event
      • Triggering animation
      • Restricting progress until a condition is met
      • Hover States
      • Hot Spots
      • Buttons
      • Variables
    • Assessments
      • Creating a multiple-choice quiz
      • Switching to Form View
      • Adding a Result Slide
    • Customizing your project's player interface
      • Adding a Topic Menu
      • Activating Tabs: Glossary, Resources, Custom Tabs
      • Activating Interface Controls: Volume, Search, etc.
      • Setting Colors and Effects
      • Text Labels
    • Publishing
      • Previewing and Publishing Your Work
      • Previewing a Course


     (we suggest you arrive at 8:00 AM to set-up your computer)

    8:00 AM: Registration and computer set-up

    8:30 AM: Event begins

    12:30 PM: Event ends

    Who should attend?

    Beginner eLearning designers – The course will cover much of the basics.

    About the Presenter:

    Jerome Bautista

    Senior Talent Development Specialist

    HawaiiUSA FCU

    Jerome serves as the Senior Talent Development Specialist for HawaiiUSA FCU specializing in instructional design, eLearning, and facilitation of instructor led training. Prior to joining HawaiiUSA, Jerome worked for HouseMart ACE Hardware/Ben Franklin Crafts as the Human Resources/Training and Development Coordinator. Jerome is a designated SHRM-CP (SHRM-Certified Professional), has an MA in Organizational Development and Change, is the President-Elect of ATD Hawaii, Immediate Past President for the Walkie Talkies Toastmasters, and is also on the Board for the Financial Education Alliance of Hawaii. Jerome is an active volunteer, helping Hawaii’s community through charity work with the Waikiki Neighborhood Board, Waikiki Aquarium, and HIHO Hawaii.

    Annie O’Rourke

    Jr. Instructional Designer / Learning Specialist

    LPI Solutions

    Meeting people from different fields and learning new things is the most satisfying part of what Annie does…and also building a website here and there. She also has a passion for learning new things, especially new computer programs, and process improvement. Prior to working at LPI Solutions, Annie worked at The Queen’s Medical Center, TEG, and Kaiser Permanente. She is originally from New York where the inspiration of the hustle and bustle of the city has given her a creative-side such as attending the Fashion Institute of Technology (a part-time Jewelry maker) and where she also worked in Marketing at L’Oreal.


    Members: $200

    Non-Members: $300

    NO REFUNDS for cancellation unless requested by August 1, 2018.

    NO REFUNDS for no-shows.

    AOE (Areas of Expertise):

    • Instructional Design
    • Learning Technologies

    Where is the event?

    HMSA – KOA Room

    818 Keeaumoku Street

    Honolulu, HI 96814

    Where should I park?

    HMSA Office Building 

    Enter on Sheridan Street and PARK ONLY on 2nd or 3rd floors in a marked Visitor stall. Take the public elevator down to the first floor. Koa is the first conference room on the left side of the hallway. Get your parking validated at the security desk just outside the Koa room.

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