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Go Forward is a Learning and Skills Council (LSC) initiative aimed at helping people not in work, training or education to improve their chances of getting a job by equipping them with business and interpersonal skills needed to succeed in the workplace.
You don't need to have any qualifications or experience to join the Go Forward programme and by completing the programme you will achieve a range of qualifications that you can put on your CV.
I would like to thank the many people that have put in countless hours of effort since 2002 and put us in a position where we can now go forward with facts and a program that can facilitate positive change.
It is essential that the building go forward because Con Edison will not be able to assure sufficient power for the summer of 2003 otherwise," he said.
I do not understand how a federal judge can personally attack a plaintiff and make the statements he made against me and then say the cause should go forward without prejudice,'' she said.
Specifically, the CAFC denied petitions requesting appeal from the Markman rulings issued by the Connecticut Court on October 12, 2006 construing claim terms in six Enzo patents asserted against Applera and Tropix, thus allowing Enzo's infringement case to go forward.
We have gotten there with this transaction and will continue to do so as we go forward," said Farkas.
Radford said he switched to Snyder because he never could ``get his arms'' around the LCOR deal, and that it didn't guarantee the development would go forward.
According to Real Estate Board of New York Vice President Mark Moss, the legislation "won't spur a series of buildings but will allow buildings on the financial margins to go forward.
Factors that could cause the transaction not to go forward include, but are not limited to, the following: (1) failure to complete the conditions to closing; (2) unfavorable economic and industry conditions, and (3) other unanticipated conditions and developments.
Hayes also said she thought it was odd that only two of the commissioners who voted to go forward with Belmont, Reynoso and Janett Humphries, attended the board meeting Thursday.
Charles Calderon, D-Montebello, one of two co-chairmen of the conference committee, says it makes no sense to go forward with the CEA until tax-free approval is assured.