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The department decided that CAT personnel would receive refresher training in conventional Mobile Field Force concepts to bring everyone up to the same competence level, regardless of when the academy had initially trained them.
Oliver studied twenty-five black Atlanta veterans who were enrolled in on-the-job training programs from September 1946 to February 1947, twenty-one of whom worked and trained in black businesses.
Honeywell's salespersons are trained to listen and also to value what the customer says.
Their goal was to hand-carry the training message to the 400 or so people just below them in the organization and to select from those they trained the next group of line management trainer candidates.
Before any outside worker steps onto a Sudbury mine or mill property, they must flash their NORCAT-issued photo identification card as proof they've been properly trained to work safely.
As a result, this can lead to additional representatives being trained from all ministries involved in Romanian national defense thus helping to spur their reform and transformation process.
Never mind, that we need to have our people better trained in understanding our business and performing the job we actually assigned them--two weeks' worth.
In the spirit of Public Law PL 107-110, The No Child Left Behind Act of 2001, SERVE provides teachers in the field with trained assistants and provides a bridge to the teaching profession.
As a result, aircrews have trained in Block-A-type simulators since June 2003--before the actual aircraft were delivered in November of that year!
* the Department of Energy (DOE) Nuclear Training Program--awardees trained nearly 175,000 environmental response and cleanup workers at the DOE Nuclear Weapons Complex;
Suffolk County's police hostage negotiation team began in 1976 with a small group of detectives trained in the concepts and theories by the early pioneers in this field.