VA RCE101- Responsible Conference Executive (RCE) Training

About Me - Alexander Bazzanella

Welcome! My name is Alexander Bazzanella and I have worked for the Department of Veteran's Affairs as an Education Technician for 3 years. I have I currently reside in St. Louis, MO and work at the Jefferson Barracks VA Hospital for the Employee Education System. I recieved my bachelor's degree in Information Technology from Lindenwood University in St. Charles, MO. I am currently pursuing my Master's Degree in Education Technology from Webster University. When I am not working or traveling to support our many face to face events, I love to go exploring new places with my family and enjoy traveling by air.

I hope that you find this course very valuable during your career in the Department of Veterans Affairs! If you have any questions, feel free to contact me at:

Alexander Bazzanella
ATD Master Instructional Designer™ Certified
Lean Black Belt Certified
Education Technician, E-Learning Division
VHA Employee Education System
#1 Jefferson Barracks Drive, Bldg. 56
St. Louis, MO 63125
Phone: 314-894-6648 ext. 63587
Alexander Bazzanella
This website assists in describing the policies, roles and responsibilities, and major requirements for Administration and Staff Office implementation of conference planning, execution, reporting, and oversight within the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) as set forth in Directive 0632, Conference Planning, Execution, Reporting, and Oversight.

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