Leadership and Management- resource example
Ian Woodruff and Rod McCrohan presentation on The 1:1:1 Delivery model as trialled in the Leadership and Management program BUSM 3120. Date:15.12.2010
Second Sir Douglas Hague Annual Lecture: Professor Raymond Dwek
Professor Dwek explores Oxford University's strong track record of interacting with the commercial world. Oxford University has a strong track record of interacting with the commercial world. This includes both spinning out new ventures that exploit its intellectual capital in the commercial world and attracting funds from the commercial world to further develop its intellectual capital. Professor Dwek is a leading Oxford scientist who has been highly successful in both aspects. Here he refle
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Set up the oxy-acetylene welding plant
In this task the learner is required to select the correct gas bottles to use with oxy-acetylene equipment and connect the welding lines and regulators to the oxy-acetylene plant. Once this has been done the learner will then set the gas pressures and check that the plant is safely connected up. A welding settings chart cabe dowlnloaded. Each step is recorded in a report form.
Answer the phone and take details
In this task you are required to answer the telephone and get the correct customer details and information that you need. The answers to each question are to be recorded on a Report Form.
Soil Characteristics and Survey Techniques: Soil sampling
Soil Sampling. To take soil samples correctly you need to understand the techniques, the equipment to use, and how to sample a property so that the samples accurately represent the property. Two growers need a sample taken from their property. This module has been extracted from the Soil Characteristics and Survey Techniques resource.
Soil Characteristics and Survey Techniques
This unit aims to give you a basic understanding of surveying soil characteristics and provide you with the knowledge to interpret the results of soil survey, which will in turn help you to perform other horticultural operations such as designing plant nutrition programs and scheduling of irrigation. A key feature of this unit is the real life scenario, which you will work through. In completing this program you will see relevance in what you are doing and you will become involved in an actual s
provide basic training in aircraft electrics as a prerequisite for more advanced competency based training required for employment as a para - professional technician.
Develop and evaluate eLearning resources
This learning object provides content, resources, activities and tasks to support the competencies in the unit DES504B Develop and evaluate eLearning resources, from the TAA Training Package.
Confidentiality and privacy
This content supports three performance criteria from the element HLTHIR1A/01: Work ethically, from the Health Training Package. It provides an introduction to the important area of confidentiality in health care settings.
NOAA El Niño
ENSO provides teachers with the opportunity to have students discover ways that the oceanic and atmospheric systems interact and how those interactions can impact ecosystems and human society. The resources in this Collection can be used to help learn about; the basics of ENSO, the inter-relationship of Earth systems, the impacts of these interactions, and how to use and analyze data. These resources can be used to teach students how scientists study the complexity of the Earth's systems and how
What Explains Crystal Meth? [An MP3 audio file of this article, read by the author, is available for download.] Most people have never really met crystal meth; sure, they talk about it on the news a lot, but how many average Americans know anyone who is a meth user?
[An MP3 audio file of this article, read by the author, is available for download.]
Most people have never really met crystal meth; sure, they talk about it on the news a lot, but how many average Americans know anyone who is a meth user?
It's Your Time - Hazleton - Living Tours
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Tim and Moby Explain the South Pole
This professionally-made video from Brain Pop uses simple terms and cartoon animation to explain what the South Pole looks like. Key vocabulary words include: Ceremonial South Pole, Geographic South Pole, axis of rotation, latitude, longitude, South Magnetic Pole, Antarctica, Roald Amundsen, Antarctic Treat System, and ozone hole. Run time 04:02.
Ghost storytelling at Cambridge
Each December members of St John's College, University of Cambridge, gather to listen to ghost stories being read in the splendour of the Combination Room. The coal fires glow, the candles flicker and the thick silk curtains are drawn against the bitter cold of the dark winter night. In this video, viewers are able to catch a glimpse of this magical event as they listen to Professor David Frost (formerly a Fellow of St John's) read an abridged version of Charles Dickens' classic story A Christ
Understanding The Financial Crisis—For Kids and Grownups
Are you having difficulty understanding the 2008 U.S. Financial Crisis? This short animated video describes it—visually—and provides an explanation of how depository and investment banking works. (4:09)