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Building Construction Technician Training: Its Relevance To Modern Construction Industry In Nigeria

Building Construction Technician Training: Its Relevance To Modern Construction Industry In Nigeria

problem of today but it has always been so in the time past, this led to the emergence of indigenous Decree in the early 1970 where the major constraint on technician training was identified, these identified factors are ITF (2002; cited in Dzazu and Ayegba, 2010): (1) inadequate educational and professional qualified personnel and (2) poor quality (low skilled) employee at technician and craft level. Osei (2000) noted that there was the need for a reduction in the reliant on expatriate personnel and also that there should be an increased training efforts that would adequately supply high level manpower as well as technical skills to meet the needs of the economy as a whole. Edoghogho Ogbeifun (2011) stated that the demands of training of artisans on site in terms of cost, commitment, low initial return on investment (ROI) and Piracy are some of the factors restraining many construction firms from active participation. According to wahab (2005: cited in Dantong, lekjeb and kassim, n.d) found that qualitative and quantitative deficiencies in workmen is one of the factors militating against the attainment of construction technician training. Osei (2000) carried out a survey on the appraisal of staff training of the National institute of strategies studies Kuru, and identifies the following factors: (1) lack of departmental approval: Osei (2000) explained that most departments in the construction industry view training as capital intensive venture that increase overheads to their company and as such put them at a disadvantages when tendering for a jobs, due to high cost reflecting in their tender (2) lack of implementation of training policies by organization: Osei (2000) also found that construction companies do not have a training programme, and those that have, hardly implement these policies and programme in training. Edoghogho Ogbeifun (2011) opines that the changing taste of customer has made it imperative for managers to embark upon training and re-training of operative. (3) problem of craftsmen applying for irrelevant field of study: Osei (2000) found that the application for irrelevant training programmes is common to the junior staff of the National Institute Kuru, of which the junior technical workers (craftsmen) are majority (4) Lack of fund: Osei (2000) also found that lack of funds could hinder someone from undergoing training especially where it involves payments of fees and so on. This is where it becomes crucial for every organization to have a scheme that will carter for those that cannot afford to attend any seminars or training programme provided.
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Service Technician Training

Service Technician Training

instruments must employ at least one RAE Systems Certified Service Technician. To become certified, technicians must attend at least attend the RAE Systems Classic Certified Service Technician Training course. We recommend that technicians also attend the RAE Systems Basic and Advanced Certified Service Technician Training courses. To maintain certification, technicians must repeat their training at least once every two years. They may be waived from repeating the Classic course if they regularly repair and service RAE instruments.

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Aircraft Technician Training

Aircraft Technician Training

Description The course extends the privileges of experienced Aircraft Technicians (avionics) with knowledge and skills.. It enables them to maintain the related type of helicopter in [r]

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Technician Training for the Maintenance of In Situ Mosaics. Institut National du Patrimoine

Technician Training for the Maintenance of In Situ Mosaics. Institut National du Patrimoine

This collection of training material was produced to be used by mosaic maintenance technicians during and after a short course combining several training sessions on site and independent practical exercises between sessions. The training is part of the broader MOSAIKON Project, a regional initiative which aims to strengthen the capacities of national authorities responsible for archaeological sites to better care for the large number of in situ mosaics located in their country. Training personnel already employed on sites with mosaics seemed to be an effective and immediate response to the lack of trained professional conservators or technicians specialized in mosaic conservation. However, to insure long-term effectiveness, the new profiles of “conservation technician” and “conservator” must be recognized as professions in their own right associated with specific grades within the State administration.
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EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIAN TRAINING COURSE APPLICATION

EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIAN TRAINING COURSE APPLICATION

I understand that due to my clinical training for the completion of my EMT-Basic Course, I may be exposed to blood or other potentially infectious materials and may be at risk of acquiring hepatitis B virus (HBV) infection. I have been informed of the recommendation to be vaccinated with the hepatitis B vaccine. I decline the hepatitis B vaccination at this time .

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<p>Medical Student Perceptions of Emergency Medical Technician Training During the First Year of Medical School</p>

<p>Medical Student Perceptions of Emergency Medical Technician Training During the First Year of Medical School</p>

Tangible bene fi ts of EMT training not only supports an early exposure to clinical knowledge and community-based experiences, but also provides a less stressful indoctrination to medical school, promotes teamwork and effective communi- cation strategies with diverse ages and cultures, and introduces students to social determinants of health and the communities where their future patients may emanate. 6,7 Kwiatkowski et al found that EMT training increases students ’ con fi dence levels in areas such as delivering patient care, employing team- building skills, and applying deductive reasoning into their patient interaction 6 which is important to increase con fi dence levels when employing learned skills. 8 Another study reported that students who were required to complete re fl ections about any aspect of medical school encountered frequently wrote about their EMT experiences which included the competencies of patient care, professionalism, systems-based practice, and communication and interpersonal skills. 7 While these reports provide valuable insight from two student cohorts regarding perceptions of EMT training, longitudinal feedback may be more valuable for medical schools considering such a program. This study is a report of 6 years of student percep- tions of an EMT course and program and the differences noted when curricular modi fi cations were instituted.
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Automation Technician Training Program. PRESENTED BY: Randy Phillips

Automation Technician Training Program. PRESENTED BY: Randy Phillips

• Internal technology/equipment specific formalized training program • Highly skilled senior technicians to help develop junior technicians • Corporate & financial support. Threats[r]

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TAKE COMMAND OF YOUR FUTURE TECHNICIAN TRAINING FOR THE TRANSPORTATION INDUSTRY MILITARY EDITION

TAKE COMMAND OF YOUR FUTURE TECHNICIAN TRAINING FOR THE TRANSPORTATION INDUSTRY MILITARY EDITION

You’ll learn everything you need to know to work on a wide variety of vehicles as part of our Auto Technology training. Then, you can add NASCAR-specific courses to learn motorsports fundamentals from high performance engines, fabrication and welding to aerodynamics and pit crew essentials. Through our elite Spec Engine program, select students have had the opportunity to build engines that competed in NASCAR-sanctioned races. Also, the instructors at NASCAR Tech bring impressive industry experience to our labs and classrooms.

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Information Systems Technician Training Series

Information Systems Technician Training Series

size, needs military personnel who are knowledgeable and trained in fire safety. Any practical and effective organization for fire protection must be designed to assure prompt action immediately at the point where a fire breaks out. This usually necessitates every organizational unit or area of a command having a nucleus of key personnel who are prepared, through instruction and training, to extinguish fires promptly in their beginning stage. Such individuals become knowledgeable in specialized fire protection and the systems applicable to the facility in question: how to turn in an alarm, which type of extinguisher to use for which type of fire, and how to use it. Further, such individuals can serve as on-the-job fire inspectors, constantly seeking out, reporting, and correcting conditions that may cause fires. They can help ensure that fire-fighting equipment is properly located and maintained, that storage does not cause congestion that could hamper fire fighting, and that general housekeeping is maintained at a reasonably high level to minimize fire risk.
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tech talk ce MedRec Pharmacy Technicians: simply indispensable

tech talk ce MedRec Pharmacy Technicians: simply indispensable

MedRec Pharmacy Technician certifica- tion programs may take up to 4–8 weeks of full-time training, along with several months hands-on experience, to ensure quality and consistency. MedRec Pharmacy Technician certification programs are not currently standardized nor recognized by any specific governing bodies, but rather are created and recognized by individual hospitals. MedRec Pharmacy Technician training may include didactic and reading list components; interview skills and effec- tive communication training; hands-on training; shadowing a MedRec Pharmacy Technician or pharmacist; a written test; role-playing exercises; case studies; com- puter training; violence prevention training; supervised shifts with a preceptor; and an orientation. With the right training and experience, MedRec Pharmacy Technicians will be able to improve their confidence, skills, and efficiency in obtaining the BPMH.
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247 CMR: BOARD OF REGISTRATION IN PHARMACY

247 CMR: BOARD OF REGISTRATION IN PHARMACY

a. have successfully completed a Board-approved pharmacy technician training program, which training program shall include coverage of the topics of job descriptions, pharmacy security, commonly used medical abbreviations, routes of administration, product selection, final check by pharmacists, guidelines for the use of pharmacy technicians, and any other requirements of the Board. Training programs which may be approved by the Board include:

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ACDelco Expands Training Leadership With New Technician Recognition Program

ACDelco Expands Training Leadership With New Technician Recognition Program

ACDelco technician training consists of full- or half-day instructor-led courses; Web courses and virtual classroom training, which combines the two. Tripp said these choices help shop owners accommodate training while keeping service bays full. Lynnae Redinuius, owner of Tannen Auto & Tire near Sioux Falls, S.D., said her senior technician makes training a priority, even if he has to split a typical eight- hour instructor-led daytime course over two evenings so he can still take care of customers.

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Pharmacy Technician Program

Pharmacy Technician Program

Any potential student wishing to enter the pharmacy technician program must have an ACT of 19 (or comparable compass or asset score) or above in reading, math and English. Students not having the required testing score must satisfactorily complete developmental coursework before making application into the pharmacy technician program.

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Final Perkins IV Technical Skill Attainment Inventory (By Adult Level/Clock Hour Program) Division of Career and Adult Education

Final Perkins IV Technical Skill Attainment Inventory (By Adult Level/Clock Hour Program) Division of Career and Adult Education

NIASE011 ASE - Heating and Air Conditioning (A7) National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence NIASE012 ASE - Manual Drive Train and Axles (A3) National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence NIASE014 ASE - Suspension and Steering (A4) National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence NIASE002 ASE Master Automobile Technician National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence FLADA001 Florida Automobile Dealers Association (FADA) Certified Technician Florida Automobile Dealers Association

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Continuing Education PROGRAMS STUDY

Continuing Education PROGRAMS STUDY

In the Supply Chain Management certificate program, students will gain the skills and knowledge needed to “green” an organization’s supply chain through a preparation online training program. The curriculum is designed to provide specialized knowledge to enable a company to achieve its environmental sustainability goals through global sourcing, material management, procurement/buying, transportation and logistics, and new product development. Although there are no specific prerequisites for this program, students should have basic keyboarding and computer skills and be comfortable navigating the Internet; must also have an understanding of a word processing computer program (Microsoft Word recommended) as well as e-mailing capabilities.
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TECHNICIAN PROCEDURES

TECHNICIAN PROCEDURES

Computer Imaging: The tech team uses the Windows Deployment Services (WDS) via SCCM 2012 in order to clone and image all computers with the Microsoft operating system. Workstations PXE (network boot) to the imaging server (DELTA) via WIN PE where the windows Images are stored (\\Delta\captures$). Apple computers required little configuration therefore they are not imaged out of the box. Imaging Macs are done by booting from an external drive and restoring the .dmg file using Disk Utility or copying image from the external drive using a third party software (i.e. Super Duper, Carbon Copy Cloner, etc…) All current images for both Apple and Microsoft are updated and maintained by the Senior Technician.
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The quality of pharmacy technician education and training. A report to the General Pharmaceutical Council November, 2014

The quality of pharmacy technician education and training. A report to the General Pharmaceutical Council November, 2014

Findings from work stream 1 and 2 provided insights into characteristics of the population of pre-registration pharmacy technicians, showing the feminised nature of the profession and the wide range of ages. Results from the survey of recently registered pharmacy technicians (work stream 4) showed that the majority of recently registered pharmacy technicians (550; 88%) were female; most were white British (494; 79.3%) and trained in community (475; 75.9%). These findings bear resemblance to those of a registrant survey in 2013 19 where 90% of pharmacy technicians were female, 86% White British and 53% as working in community for their main job. The average age of respondents in this present research was 35, with the ages of respondents who trained in community differing from those who trained in hospital. Those who trained in hospital were younger, with an average age of 30 and the majority (68.5%) under 30, whereas the average age of those training in community was 37, with the majority (62.4%) being aged above 30. This may relate to the differences in how individuals were recruited to train as pharmacy technicians. Work stream 2 showed how in community pharmacy trainees tended to have a history of working with the employer and move on to become pharmacy technicians based on the needs of the store. In hospital, in many cases trainees could be recruited for a two-year training contract and candidates could be external, perhaps without the same background experience as those in community. However, further research would need to explore this, and investigate whether there are key differences in, for example career intentions or role expectations for those training and / or working in the two main pharmacy sectors.
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London Pharmacy Education & Training Pharmacy Technician Self Development Programme. March 2010

London Pharmacy Education & Training Pharmacy Technician Self Development Programme. March 2010

If a Pharmacy Technician cannot complete a particular objective or task because the facilities or circumstances at their hospital make it practically impossible, it will not prevent them from completing the Option. Objectives, tasks and areas not completed, will of course be omitted from their certificate and may be added, if completed at a later date.

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Accreditation of a Pharmacy Technician level 3 knowledge-based course, Buttercups Training Ltd

Accreditation of a Pharmacy Technician level 3 knowledge-based course, Buttercups Training Ltd

General Pharmaceutical Council, Dispensing Assistant programme accreditation report Buttercups Training Ltd , 19 January 2011..   5.[r]

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