The CTD has created a Conservation District personnel database to not only capture staff and expertise around the State, but also to help you keep track of your relevant certifications and training records.
In an effort to streamline data management and provide CD employees a tool that can assist in their professional development, we’ve launched a self-service portal where you can identify your specialties, certifications, and selected trainings you’ve completed. This portal also removes the need for us to periodically call and take you away from your work. We encourage all District staff engaged in natural resources work to utilize this tool!
NOTE: The database interface is currently in the beta-testing phase. We would love your feedback so that we can make it as user friendly and meaningful as possible: email@example.com
Please take a couple of minutes to either:
After requesting an account, updating your profile is quick and easy - takes less than 10 minutes. Your help keeping the information in the database up to date is greatly appreciated!
Keeping your profile in the database up to date has several advantages for you:
- AgLearn not showing the training you’ve completed? Worried what might happen to your training certificates if your computer crashed? You can upload certificates from training you’ve completed that count towards NRCS Planner Designation or any of the CTD certifications to the database. This will help you track your training, provide a backup for your certificates, and interact with the CTD certification leads.
- Interested in mentorship or being a mentor for your particular specialty? You can indicate your interest in the database to be notified as mentorship opportunities become available.
- Want to be considered for statewide technical advisory requests? This database is a key way personnel with requested expertise are identified.