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    while other states took initiative to continue investing in vocational education. South Carolina, for example, began an initiative called Apprenticeship Carolina that gave one million dollars to the state’s technical college and offered a one thousand dollar subsidy per apprentice per year to businesses willing to start apprenticeship programs. The state has now doubled the number of apprentices and expanded apprenticeships to even more occupations, such as advanced manufacturing, health care, and informational technology. One of the best outcomes has been the…

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    Skills Training Program will be facilitated in partnership with Building Futures, a pre-apprenticeship to registered apprenticeship workforce partnership developed by the Community Services Agency of the Metropolitan Washington Council of the AFL-CIO. Building Futures connects lower-skilled adults to the hundreds of new jobs expected in the Washington, DC area over the next five years. The workforce partnership targets basic trades with particularly high demand, including carpentry, painting,…

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    Master industrial electricians are considered to have the highest skill level, training and experience of all industrial electricians. Working as an industrial electrician requires precision and attention to detail. As a result, the road to becoming a master industrial electrician is a long and tedious one. Candidates are expected to go through a series of trainings as well pass a number of certifications and exams. If you are ready for the task, there are a few steps you need to take in order…

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    pay transport for the employees. The business need to also consider booking the location to train in and pay to use the facilities. But it is costly for a business to plan to send one of their employees to another business to train. They cannot plan to send all their employees to train in the other business because there are limited places and it costs. Different types of training methods On-the Job Training: This training method is for everyone and allows employees to get an under roof…

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    in most cases, earning money for attending the program. The average price for a trade school degree is 33 thousand dollars, in comparison to the average price of a college bachelor’s degree being 127 thousand dollars, the cost difference is immense and pursuing these institutions could save students a lot of money. Another advantage these institutions have over colleges are the experience each student gains from the on the job training, which succeeds, in comparison to the infield work,…

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    development program is to help employees improve the overall running and knowledge of the business. Research has shown that training and development programs are vitally important as it continues to develop the trainee skills within the organisation (Jayakumar, & Sulthan, 2014). The differences is that training is more hands on experience whereas, development focuses mainly on yourself. Research have suggested that the overall running of the business is classified as training whilst, the…

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    Centuries later Frethorne's letters were evidence of the parish-indentured servants; who were young children sent by the parish due to the fact the parish provided support for their poor families. Frethorne was indentured by his parish under The English Poor Law of 1601, which forced children into mandatory apprenticeships because their parents could not support their child. Children sent over under the provisions of The English Poor Law of 1601, were not volunteers, but forced to become…

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    optional available because this decision is vital to long term success and happiness. THE GI BILL Today’s retiring service member has more educational options than ever before. With the expanded benefits of the Post-9/11 Veterans Educational Assistance Act of 2008, or more commonly known, Post-9/11 GI Bill, the veteran has an earned benefit that pays all in-state tuition and fees, a monthly living allowance and $1000 annually for books and supplies. This benefit can be used to pay for almost any…

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    Blizzardkit Love Story

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    Blizzardpaw loved him. She had never meet a cat who was this positive about everything. He always knew how to give constructive criticism in a nice way, and he always praised her when she did something right. It was a new concept to her, since her mother only told her what she was doing wrong. Lilysong never stopped to tell Blizzardpaw if she was doing something right. By then end of Blizzardpaw’s training, she was showing great combat prowess. The leader named her Blizzardclaw to honor her…

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    I hope this email finds you well, and business successful. As a former employee who spent three years as a server and two of those as a team trainer, this email is in regards to the server training you offer at your Pizza Hut. As you are training employees to work in the service industry, there are many different elements that are key to the successful training of servers. At Pizza Hut your training has many strengths and weaknesses that when addressed will help ensure service employee…

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