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May 12, 2009
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Find the Right Training Program, Find a New Path
from Boston Globe
Nearly a year after being laid off from her job as a security screener at Logan International Airport, Tangy McQueen, 25, is still unemployed, has a mounting pile of bills, and fears she may soon be forced to live in a shelter. But the Dorchester Mass. resident is still optimistic about her future. More

As the Auto Industry Shrinks, a Community College Retools
from The Chronicle of Higher Education
Community colleges across the country are being asked to educate more students with less money, but the sudden collapse of the car making sector has compounded the stresses of the current economic slump on Macomb Community College. "We're sort of a poster child for how bad it can get," says James Jacobs, the college's president. More

Nursing Shortage Worsened by Education Cuts
from Daily Wildcat
If you're at all accident-prone, or if you're the type to get paranoid about SARS, avian flu, bad spinach or, most recently, the dreaded swine flu, then this has happened to you: You arrive in the emergency room, coughing up a lung or bleeding profusely from a head wound, only to be informed that your wait will be approximately 28 hours. More

Job Training Program Sparkles
from Omaha World Herald
It was the final workday of a 10-day job-training program for Bobby Leonard and his friends, and the 14-person crew had been so efficient that they found time to chat with Omaha Mayor Mike Fahey and Lt. Gov. Rich Sheehy of Nebraska. Leonard was learning housepainting in a program sponsored by Omaha Healthy Kids Alliance in partnership with Sherwin Williams. With the help of trainer Bill Allman, the unemployed individuals were learning safety information about working around lead-based paint as well as housepainting skills, from surface prep to taping, proper brushing and rolling techniques and other skills. More

AIHce 2009 Expands Certification Options and Enhances Educational Offerings
from Safety Online
Thousands of industrial hygiene and environmental health and safety professionals from around the globe will meet at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, May 30–June 4, to take part in the 2009 American Industrial Hygiene Conference and Expo. The American Industrial Hygiene Association and the American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists cosponsor AIHce. More

Obama Urges Changes in Jobless Rules
from Associated Press
Calling the continuing job losses "a sobering toll," President Obama urged states and colleges to turn unemployment insurance into a stepping stone for future work by making it easier to enroll in school or job training. Obama unveiled his proposal shortly after the government reported that 539,000 more jobs were lost in April, pushing unemployment to 8.9 percent, the highest level since late 1983. Still, it was the smallest job loss in six months, as the pace of layoffs dropped from more than 600,000 in March. More

Assessing Emergency Response Training Needs of Local Environmental Health Professionals
Journal of Environmental Health
Are environmental health professionals in local health departments ready to respond to bioterrorism incidents and other public health emergencies? Some have argued that environmental health professionals, one of the largest employee groups in state and local health departments have been largely excluded from preparedness planning and training. More

Creating Assignments That Work for Digital Learning Environments
from The Journal
Teachers who spend time actually thinking through assignments that align with the learning outcomes of a course are the most effective in assessing the learning that has taken place. It's debatable that evaluating learning in the purest sense might ever really be possible given the scope of variables in any context of learning, but when assignments are linked closely to outcomes, the results are more significant. More


IACET Congratulates Our 2009 New and Renewing Authorized Providers!

Children and Adults with AD/HD (CHADD)
E. B. Cape Center-A Corporate University*
Emerson Network Power/Liebert Corporation*
J&JPRD*
Sessions Online Schools of Art and Design
Cheetah Learning*
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention*
USAutomatic Sprinkler Corporation*
The Center for Educational Outreach and Innovation, Teachers College Columbia University
Bildungszentrum des Sächsischen Handels gGmbH*
Proevity LLC*
Certiport
National Electrical Contractors Association - Management Education Institute*
California Rural Water Association
Global Knowledge Training LLC
Yaskawa Electric America, Inc
Early Learning Coalition of Florida's Gateway, Inc.*
Care Solutions, Inc.*
Children of America, Inc.
Metropolitan Community College - Kansas City*
Practice Transformation Institute

*indicates renewing AP



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