Education Press Releases
Medcom-Trainex, a leading producer and distributor of healthcare education, has recently released a new video series on psychotropic medications for nursing continuing education. The program titles in this new four-part series are: Psychotropic Medications: Antianxiety Agents, Psychotropic Medications: Antidepressant Agents, Psychotropic Medications: Antipsychotic Agents, and Psychotropic Medications: Mood Stabilizing Agents.
The inauguration was spectacular as we had two celebrity guests from the Kannada film industry Ms. Pooja Gandhi and Ms. Aindrita Ray, who graced the occasion. Their presence gave an immense energetic boost to the students and made the inaugural function a grand event. The actresses shared their experiences of their college life and also advised the students to be focused. Ms Pooja Gandhi entertained the audience with a song from one of her most popular hits from the movie “MUNGARU MALE”. Actress Aindrita Ray also enacted a scene from her movie “MANASARE”.
Immigrants failing the Canadian citizenship test keep on increasing after Canada revamped the rules and toughened its questions. This has made it harder for immigrants to get a Canadian citizenship.
Join GO-Science on October 21st from 3:30 PM until 5:30 PM at 729 Dickinson Ave in Greenville for the GO-Healthy with Science fair. Register online for your free ticket to this interactive event for the whole family at www.GO-Science.org
In these tremulous financial times, Minnesota consumers struggle with conflicting information and growing concerns about the laws governing cash advance loans. CashAdvance.com, a leader in the cash advance industry since 1997, continues a history of providing consumers with relevant, up-to-date information with the introduction of its new guide to Minnesota Laws and Regulations. To fulfill this task financial experts at CashAdvance.com compiled all the relevant information from both Minnesota governing bodies and regulatory agencies, cut away the excess language, and now presents Minnesota residents with a simple easy-to-read compendium of the cash advance process and regulations.
CommLab India will be providing the entire gamut of eLearning services to Ministry of Oil (MOI), Republic of Iraq to help it achieve its training goals.
CashAdvance.com, a leader in cash advance loans since 1997, announces the launch of the Mississippi Laws and Regulations Resource. Recently the state of Mississippi enacted several reforms meant to increase protections for consumers of payday loans. This has resulted in some confusion. The Mississippi Laws and Regulations Resource eliminates this confusion and gives state residents the most up-to-date information relevant to the payday loan process and its laws and regulations.
Greg Reger, president of Harrison College’s Indianapolis Downtown campus, has announced that the College will host Dr. Tony Bennett, Superintendent of Public Instruction for the State of Indiana, during an appearance on Tuesday, Oct. 18. Bennett will meet with Harrison College President Jason Konesco and speak to employees in the Common Space area on campus at 1:30 p.m. regarding future plans for the Indianapolis Public Schools.
William Peace University, a private four-year university located in downtown Raleigh, hosted a “Back to Broadway” concert featuring Jason Dula, musical theatre professor, and Courtney Balan, Broadway performer, on Oct. 6 in Kenan Theatre. The concert was held in celebration of the commencement of William Peace University’s new Bachelor of Fine Arts programs in Acting and Musical Theatre.
Sales Results Fast of Minneapolis announced today it intends to double the classroom offerings from its popular “University.” Sales Results Fast is a sales training and consulting firm located in Minneapolis offering classroom training via its Sales Results Fast University, fondly known in the firm as SRF-U, Consulting at the team level, and coaching to individual salespeople.
Global Academy Online announced today that its non profit Center for Ethics in Free Enterprise (CEFE) has teamed with the White House to become a Certifying Organization for the PRESIDENT’S VOLUNTEER SERVICE AWARD, a national program recognizing Americans who have demonstrated a sustained commitment to volunteer service. Established in 2003 by former President George W. Bush to give Presidential recognition to individuals, families and groups who meet requirements for volunteer service as measured by the number of service hours performed over a 12-month period. President Barak Obama’s administration has carried forward the highly successful volunteer Awards Program.
Rhapsody XBRL is pleased to announce the successful filing of our first instance document using revised e-Forms 23 AC XBRL and 23 ACA XBRL on MCA - 21 using our own Rhapsody XBRL online Application tool on 11th October 2011. We were among the first five filers of validated and pre scrutinised instance document on MCA portal successfully.
A decade down the road, instant historians will perhaps marvel at this paradox: how a bunch of absolutely true blue brilliant people managed to destroy growth prospects for India. Just look and marvel at the names: Manmohan Singh, Pranab Mukherjee, Jairam Ramesh, P. Chidambaram, Montek Singh Ahluwalia, Kaushik Basu, D. Subbarao…. Each name is brilliance personified. And yet collectively, these pilots of the Indian economy are failing to prevent a crash landing of growth.
This December, I am supposed to be speaking on education in a summit in Africa. As I was researching on what to speak, I realized that while the entire world is leapfrogging to state-of-art technology to impart education to their children, there are a few unfortunate countries – rather, almost an entire continent – still struggling with blackboards and chalk pieces. On the one hand, developed nations are all set to impart knowledge through varied technology platforms, and are modernizing their syllabi to suit the new learning curves; on the other, we have Africa, a continent that has still not been able to teach basic reading, writing and arithmetic to its children. The continent is still lagging behind the rest of the world in school enrollment – evidence to the fact that dramatic global improvements in education haven’t touched the continent yet. In the last 40 years, while most of the world improved its enrolment trends by leaps and bounds, Africa could only showcase discomforting educational profiles – only about half of Africa’s children are enrolled in primary schools, most drop out; and more than 60 per cent of the adults and over 50 per cent of women are rank illiterates!
CashAdvance.com presents its Louisiana Consumer Resource Center to help residents learn about payday lending. Laws regarding cash advance requirements and its process vary from state to state and make it difficult for consumers to find what is relevant to them. Now, consumers can visit the Louisiana Consumer Resource to learn exactly what they need to make a good decision about getting a cash advance. CashAdvance.com’s financial experts have put together current information about Louisiana laws and regulations for payday lending and keep it updated so consumers have a reliable source for information.
On October 29 and 30, 2011 the Connecticut Real Estate Investors Association will be hosting the 8th Annual New England Real Estate and Entrepreneur Conference and Trade Show in Meriden, CT. Guest speakers include Scott Meyers.
The New England Sports Academy is offering a free seminar for parents and adults to come and learn peaceful techniques of conflict resolution build self confidence and acquire necessary self defense skills to be prepared to handle any bully situation.
eLearning has revolutionized the study arena in many ways. Presently, almost all recognized global universities have eLearning programs for various disciplines. Experts are trying to find out new ways through which students can learn faster and gain better knowledge of subjects so as to impart better learning on the electronic medias. LMS or Learning Management Systems are considering many new dynamics in this field. Gamification or game mechanics is one such technique that is being experimented and used for imparting better e-learning in many subjects. The concept uses the mechanics of gaming in non-gaming applications and studies.
Colleague, a leading provider of recruiter software, has recently appointed Barry Thomson and Lee Stannard to join its support and development teams.
People are not born with time management skills but they can be learnt. Grab this exciting opportunity to learn this special skill from the experts themselves through the “Managing Time Profitably” Workshop.
Customers can now create a personalized anatomy model by indicating their name, contact information, company slogan or any other message that will help to leave an impression and retain business. The personalization can be done in wide range of colors, fonts and styles to help make an impact and the entire process can be done online during the check-out process.
CashAdvance.com has developed the Maryland Consumer Resource Center to help consumers learn about payday lending in their state. Each state has its own rules and regulations regarding the cash advance process and requirements. Therefore, CashAdvance.com’s financial experts have gathered information on Maryland laws and regulations so residents can make confident financial decisions. The Laws & Regulation page is regularly updated when new information is available. With the help of this new Maryland consumer guide, consumers can be fully informed when deciding to apply for a payday loan.
Young Academic has taken steps to mark the end of sub-standard music journalism. The education news site has launched its school of music, which allows students from across the United Kingdom to send in their own music reviews. The articles will then be reviewed by the student portal’s team of renowned in-house journalists before being published.
Student Money Saver today brings some student money news that could help break the stereotype that students do nothing but booze and laze around their student halls. A recent study proved that in fact the average student spent around £65 on alcohol and £76 on books in the first month of university.
For the second consecutive year, Transdiaspora Network (TDN) is commemorating the National Latino AIDS Awareness Day (NLAAD) on Thursday October 13th, 2011, 7:30pm, at Columbia University School of Social Work (CUSSW). Intending to proactively engage social work students and the academia as well as community residents and social service professionals, this leading non-profit organization has put together a panel discussion “HIV/AIDS and Latinos: Dancing from Tradition to Prevention” in partnership with CUSSW's Latino Caucus. The panel will explore how the Latino cultural tradition influences HIV/AIDS prevention campaigns (and viceversa). There will be also references to the Congressional Briefing that took place in Capitol Hill, Washington DC, last September.
Event to be held on Friday, Nov. 11th in South Florida's Design District Featuring Epicurean Delights, Music, Fashion, Art and a One-of-a-Kind Silent Auction
The Chef’s Academy, the Culinary Division of Harrison College, a 108-year-old, nationally accredited institution that offers 38 degree programs in five schools of study, celebrated the grand opening of the school’s North Carolina division on Sept. 29 with more than 400 guests in attendance. In conjunction with September’s Hunger Action Month, a national movement of the food bank networks to end domestic hunger, the event hosted a Triangle Chef Showdown which raised funds and awareness of local hunger through the donation of 85,902 meals. All proceeds received were donated to the Food Bank of Central and Eastern North Carolina.