SAIS Commencement 2011 - Presentation of the Class of 2011
Presentation of the Class of 2011
SAIS Commencement 2011 - Presentation of the Max M. Fisher Prize for Excellence in Teaching
Presentation of the Max M. Fisher Prize for Excellence in Teaching to Matthias Matthijs
What's Next for the SAIS Class of 2011?
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Remove interior of a vehicle
In this task the learner is required to inspect the damaged headlining in a vehicle and then select the appropriate order of the steps involved in replacing the headlining. The order of selection of the steps is recorded on a report form.
Promoting employment services
This resource looks at how the different services offered by an employment service can be promoted.
Improve your work performance
This task is about monitoring how you are going in your job. It also covers ways to develop plans to improve the skills of you and your team. The learning pack contains information, resources and activities on identifying performance standards, obtaining feedback, identifying training needs and creating a training plan.
Apply work/life implementation, administration and
monitoring to the workplace
In developing an implementation plan for a work/life balance program, it is extremely important to make sure that communication is maintained with all stakeholders who will be affected by the implementation of these new programs. Each organisation will have its own unique requirements, and it's important to identify these and take them into consideration in developing an implementation plan. This resource will address these issues through a case study interview.
Research business opportunities
This resource will help you research and plan business opportunities so that your business plan will have more chance of success. Topics include: personal business skills, identifying opportunities, accessing information and advice, defining your market, market analysis and research.
Train and support staff who implement HR
Support and training for the people who implement HR processes is critical - the best procedures are meaningless unless people have the knowledge, skills and commitment to implement them. That includes line managers, team leaders, external HR service providers and internal HR officers.
Evaluate customer service
This task is about evaluating customer satisfaction levels and depending on the results of the evaluation, reviewing and varying service strategies. The learning pack outlines how we can: conduct research to determine customer satisfaction levels and monitor customer needs; review and vary our service strategies depending on the results of our research; and use our organisation’s systems and technology to monitor and report on changes in customer satisfa
Implement customer service strategies
This task is about implementing strategies to ensure the delivery of quality products and services that satisfy both internal and external customers. In the learning pack we will discuss a number of skills and approaches that you can use to manage the implementation process successfully.
Install aggregate paths
This unit will introduce you to the principles of installing aggregate paths.
Undertake propagation activities
Learning the steps in taking semi-hardwood cuttings for propagation, collecting healthy plant material from cuttings and sowing seeds by hand.
Maintain the work environment
This unit covers planning and completing maintenance tasks, cleaning up the work site, safe work practices, choosing the tools, equipment, and safety gear you will need to carry out routine maintenance tasks properly, identifying and reporting hazards, preventing accidents, and completing hazard report forms.
Toxic Release Inventory Explorer
The Toxic Release Inventory (TRI) Explorer provides access to the Toxics Release Inventory data to help communities identify facilities, chemical disposal, or other release patterns that warrant further study and analysis. Users can create maps or reports with the TRI Explorer tool. Users can create maps or reports with the TRI Explorer tool.
Follow workplace procedures on health, safety and security
Under each State Occupational Health Safety and Welfare Acts details are given of specific responsibilities of both employers and employees to provide and maintain a working environment that is safe, and without risk to health.
Monitor and control food safety
As a team leader you are required to Monitor and control food safety hazards, take corrective action, and record and use information as outlined in the food safety program. This learning object contains information, resources and activities to help you: Monitor and control food safety hazards; take corrective action; investigate and report unsafe food.
Rockets on a Shoestring Budget
In this activity, students revisit the Pop Rockets activity from Lesson 3. This time, however, the design of their pop-rockets will be limited by budgets and supplies. They will get a feel for the limitations of a real engineering project as well as an opportunity to redesign and retest their rockets.
Stroke - Cranial Nerves Exam - Facial Nerve (CN VII) Sub-exam - Patient 19
This video features a 65-year-old right-handed white male. He was in the Air Force from 1962 until his retirement in 1982. The veteran reported that in 1995 he was diagnosed with inclusion body myositis. He first reported a problem in the early 1990s when carrying his briefcase. He noted problems lifting his right leg up to step onto the bus. Falls began around1994, prompting him to seek medical attention. The initial evaluation showed primarily lower motor neuron findings. He underwent several