Comments are closed. Government cash to aid employersThe Government is offering employers “golden hellos’’of upto £2,300 in a bid to recruit long-term unemployed people from deprived areas.David Blunkett, the Education and Employment secretary announced the scheme“Recruit” as part of a package of employment measures designed to meet therecruitment needs of employers.www.dfee.gov.uk The Department for Education and Employment has called forcontributions to its consultation on the future of a national trainingorganisation for the telecoms sector. This follows last November’s announcementthat NTO tele.com was to be placed into administration following the collapseof a training provider contracted to it. Consultation documents should bereturned by 30 March.www.dfee.gov.uk/consultations/ntotelecom Previous Article Next Article Training news: DfEE looks to the future on telecoms trainingOn 23 Jan 2001 in Personnel Today New OUBS course for health and social careThe Open University Business School has designed a coursespecifically for managers in health and social care organisations. The newprofessional certificate in management (B630) is comprised of four modules.OUBS has produced part of the course material in consultation with theDepartment of Health and the Institute of Management. The courses run fromFebruary 2001.Web link www.oubs.open.ac.uk Related posts:No related photos.
PITTSBURGH — Upon acquiring outfielder Andrew McCutchen in January, 2018, the Giants’ ownership group and front office attempted to sell its fans on a vision.The Giants believed a 98-loss season in 2017 was nothing more than an aberration and felt that surrounding their core players with proven assets like McCutchen and Evan Longoria would spark an immediate resurgence.By the end of August, McCutchen was playing the outfield for the New York Yankees and the Giants were headed for an 89-loss …
LIVERPOOL, England — Liverpool says striker Daniel Sturridge and left back Alberto Moreno will leave the newly crowned European champions this offseason when their contracts expire.It will mark the end of a 6½-year stint at Anfield for Sturridge, who scored 67 goals in 160 appearances. He played a key role in the 2013-14 season, when Liverpool nearly won the Premier League, but has found first-team opportunities harder to come by since Jürgen Klopp took over as manager in October 2015.#LFC thank @DanielSturridge and @lfc18alberto for their outstanding contributions to the club ?Everyone wishes Daniel and Alberto all the very best for their futures. They will always be a part of the #LFC Family ❤️https://t.co/OH5oeNw4rR— Liverpool FC (@LFC) June 4, 2019Klopp said Sturridge “has earned the right to be considered a modern-day Liverpool great” and called him “one of the best finishers I have ever seen in my life.”Moreno has been at Liverpool since joining from Sevilla in August 2014, playing 141 games. He has fallen behind Andrew Robertson in the pecking order during the last two seasons.TweetPinShare0 Shares
Advertisement Login/Register With: Advertisement Produced by Banger Films, Long Time Running follows The Tragically Hip on their 2016 Man Machine Poem Tour across Canada after the band’s announcement that lead singer Gord Downie had been diagnosed with incurable brain cancer. The documentary culminates in the final, emotional concert in their hometown of Kingston, Ontario.Award-winning filmmakers Jennifer Baichwal and Nicholas de Pencier, who directed the film, will both be at the Gala to introduce the film.This magical evening also celebrates Canada 150th Anniversary of Confederation in a night dedicated to our country’s incredible homegrown talent. Joining the filmmakers will be the evening’s co-hosts the Honourable Leo Glavine, Nova Scotia Minister of Communities, Culture and Heritage Sean Casey, Member of Parliament for Charlottetown and Parliamentary Secretary to the Honourable Mélanie Joly, Minister of Canadian Heritage.“We here at FIN: Atlantic International Film Festival are elated to be chosen to be part of the nationwide Movie Nights Across Canada coast-to-coast-to-coast road trip,” said Wayne Carter, Executive Director at FIN. “To celebrate Canadian talent both in front of and behind the camera is one of our primary mandates and this very special event exemplifies all that is creatively Canadian.”Movie Nights Across Canada continues with the country’s biggest celebration of Canadian talent, highlighting the successes of the film, television, and digital artists who tell our stories and contribute to Nova Scotia’s thriving cultural and creative industries.About Movie Nights Across CanadaMovie Nights Across Canada started more than a decade ago in Ottawa as Movie Night on the Hill. Touching down in eight cities, Movie Nights Across Canada events are where decision-makers, local film fans, industry supporters, private and public broadcasters and the country’s top talent converge to experience the wealth of creativity, unique storytelling, entrepreneurship and passion that resides in the hearts and minds of Canadian filmmakers. The roadshow also travels to Calgary and Vancouver. In each city, Movie Nights Across Canada is partnering with regional film experts and cultural agencies.About FIN: Atlantic International Film FestivalFIN: Atlantic International Film Festival is an eight-day celebration of film, media and music from around the world. It’s a festival that turns Halifax into an international mecca for the arts, abuzz with movie lovers and filmmakers alike. Discover a variety of local, national and international films that explore all corners of life, culture, entertainment and the global human experience. A champion of local filmmakers, all of our film selections are chosen with our community in mind and our special events are designed to bring us all together.A not-for-profit organization, the Festival began as a tiny, grassroots operation in St. John’s, Newfoundland in 1981, relocating to Halifax the following year. Three decades later, the Festival has blossomed into one of Canada’s premier film festivals. Whether for industry folk, unabashed film lovers or curious onlookers, the Festival offers a slew of opportunities to engage through the celebration of film. Today’s FIN: Atlantic International Film Festival is now a year-round celebration, growing beyond our cornerstone event in September to include: ViewFinders: Atlantic Film Festival for Youth, the Outdoor Film Experience, and Strategic Partners.Follow #MovieNightsCAwww.movienightscanada.ca / www.soireescinecanada.caFollow FIN: Atlantic International Film FestivalWebsite:finfestival.caFacebook: atlanticinternationalfilmfestival #FIN #AIFFTwitter: @thefilmfest #FIN #AIFFYoutube: youtube.comInstagram: @thefilmfest #FIN #AIFF Advertisement HALIFAX, Aug. 31, 2017 – Canadian opera superstar Measha Brueggergosman and actor, writer, producer Allan Hawco will act as talent ambassadors and emcees for a combined Movie Nights Across Canada and FIN: Atlantic International Film Festival Opening Night Gala presentation of Long Time Running at the Dalhousie Arts Centre’s Rebecca Cohn Auditorium in Halifax, Thursday, September 14 at 7 p.m.Tickets for the Opening Night Gala (which include exclusive access to the Opening Night Celebration) go on sale tomorrow, Friday, September 1 at 12:00 p.m. AST, and will be available through the Dalhousie Arts Centre Box Office (6101 University Ave.), by phone at 1-800-874-1669, and online at dal.ca/dept/arts-centre.Following the Opening Night Gala presentation is the FIN: Atlantic International Film Festival’s Movie Nights Across Canada Opening Night Celebration. Penned as one of Halifax’s ‘most anticipated parties of the year’, this red carpet event will take place at the Via Rail Halifax Train Station on Thursday, September 14, starting at 9:00 p.m. LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Twitter Facebook