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    The discipline on a disengaged trainee is a thought-provoking concept on an account of when new information is presented to employees it is for the simple fact that this information is important for their future with the company. A trainee should be eager to learn any new knowledge that is provided from the company, moreover showing an appreciation for the company will make a good impression. This impression that the individual is making will show that their personal skills, knowledge, abilities and potential will be an contribution to the company’s future. If I was a training manager I would pull the disconnected trainee due to the fact that it is my job to see if there is something in my power that will help the member of the company connect to the material. During this process I will explain to him or her the importance of the material, furthermore I will express the educational factors of training and what he or she has to gain from this experience. I will clarify the reasons I was inclined to hire him or her for the position and that this behavior is unacceptable to company standards. It will me my job as training manager to make clear that this training process should be taken seriously due to the fact that it is supposed to mature the skills, knowledge, abilities, and potential not only the individual trainee, but the entire training class. After the discussion with the trainee I will have to address the fact that if this behavior does not change there will be the…

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    and Inmates Refusing to Lock Down. You performed well in each situation, either assisting to handcuff inmates, or lock inmates down to clear a path for responding medical staff. 6 Safety: Officer Perez, you keep your duty post well organized and clutter free. You carry your CPR mask, protective gloves, and your suicide prevention card with you at all times. You always wear your Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) when responding to medical emergencies and when searching inmates and their…

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    Born into it. The American Dream. A set of ideals giving every American the opportunity of freedom, equality, and a life of stability in both materials and happiness. For centuries people alike have been introduced to this lavish idea to live in a beautiful upper-middle class neighborhood, live in a two story house equipped with a white picket fence, children running in the yard with their friends, mom taking care of the house and preparing meals while dad goes to work to pay the bills, and all…

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    Prison is one of the most deceptive and dangerous places on earth. The people placed in prison are some of worst in our society today. There is another side of the prison system that most people tend to forget exists. The side I am talking about is one of good and protection, where bravery is an everyday occurrence. The officers that stand between society and the monsters they have caged here are often forgotten and go unnoticed. I became one of those officers shortly after leaving military…

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    We all know that the bad memories are always the most memorable. When I was younger,I wasn't the most tamed child, I had a tendency of getting into mischief. I Even once received ten minutes on the wall for getting into trouble. Time on the wall also meant how long you got held from recess. It was anywhere from stealing a pencil, to going onto the forbidden Monkey Bars. One day I went a little too far, and got twenty minutes on the wall. The whole second grade knew about the little scene I…

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    Band Room Research Paper

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    to do and it takes work and dedication. Marching band season can be one of the most entertaining times. From performing shows to having new adventures, marching band is an enjoyment to all, but there’s plenty of work that has to be done before a band is ready to march on the field. At times there are moments when you feel like you want to give up because of the stress that the competition puts, but you have to pull through like the rest of the band and get things done so that the band can put…

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    Drum Major Research Paper

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    I have been active in many groups throughout high school and each has had a great impact on my life. However, there are some that stand out above the rest and I know that those experiences will stay with me for the rest of my life. Being a member of the executive board for my schools music honors society is one of those activities. This high standing in the society has given me many experiences that have added to my skills in working in a stressful work environment. There are some on the board…

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    Thank You For Scholarship

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    to participate in cross country again. I want to attend GSSM this coming year, but I don’t know if I will make it. If I am accepted there is an Interim in January which is a fun class that gives the students a break. However, those classes cost money for the most part and are not included in the yearly meal/living plan. I also want to go to Furman, but I don’t know on what instrument. I also want to go to a Spanish immersion camp. Next year I plan to take AP Spanish, but I need to improve my…

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    Percussion Band Analysis

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    We are losing Tyler and Patrick, resulting in losing two of our best players. I feel that it is important for me to try to fix this issue and follow in their footsteps. Playing marimba is not a blind practice for me; I have been practicing playing marimba, one such way being Rocket Science, in which I played one of the marimba parts when the percussion ensemble played it in class when we broke off into chamber groups after Concert Fest. Playing marimba would also prepare me for future endeavors,…

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    Band Scholarship Essay

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    participate in cross country again. I want to attend GSSM this coming year, but I don’t know if I will make it. If I get in there is an Interim in January which is a fun class that gives the students a break. However, those classes cost money for the most part and are not included in the yearly meal/living plan. I also want to go to Furman, but I don’t know on what instrument. I also want to go to a Spanish immersion camp. Next year I plan to take AP Spanish, but I need to improve my speaking…

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