Using On-demand Training Strategically: A Case Study on the Emerging Adults Online Training Series


Tuesday, February 27, 2024
11:15 AM - 12:15 PM
Session Type: Workshop

In this session participants will learn how to coordinate on-demand training content to promote workforce development. The material will be presented using a case study that focuses on a newly developed Emerging Adult Online Training Series. Participants will learn how to design training plans for onboarding new staff, yearly booster training, and special topic training by understanding how feedback loops can increase knowledge.


Danielle Young
Senior Court Management Consultant, National Center for State Courts

Danielle Young, MPA, is a Senior Court Management Consultant for the National Center for State Courts with over 20 years of justice system experience. Prior to working with the NCSC, Ms. Young was the Program Manager in the Probation Services Division with the Administrative Office of the Illinois Courts (AOIC), where she worked for over 8 years. While at the AOIC, Ms. Young had the privilege of leading several state-wide initiatives including training all probation managers and officers in Core Correctional Practices, adult risk assessments and juvenile risk assessments. Ms. Young also assisted in the development and implementation of statewide problem-solving court standards as well as certification of many treatment courts throughout Illinois. Prior to the AOIC, she was a Probation Officer in McHenry County and Fulton County, working with adults, juveniles, mental health court and specialized drug probationers. Ms. Young graduated from the Arkansas State University with a Master’s in Public Administration and received a BA in Political Science from Western Illinois University.