Twitter NewsLocal NewsWeapon found in murder investigationBy admin – April 15, 2009 487 Previous articleThird person detained in murder investigationNext articleJet makes emergency landing at Shannon admin Linkedin Email WhatsApp A rifle and parts of another gunhave been discovered during the ongoing Roy Collins murder probe. Two men and a woman remain in custody in relation to the murder of the 35-year-old father of two. Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Hundreds of people in Limerick have signed books of condolence amid calls for an end to the killings in the city. Facebook Print Advertisement
Comments are closed. The IPD has defended its decision to refuse an HR professional with 30years’ experience admittance to the institute unless he takes a qualificationor goes through a professional assessment.Dave Morgan, employee relations manager at Suffolk County Council, wrote toPersonnel Today to express his “annoyance and disgust” after beingtold by the institute that he could not renew his lapsed membershipautomatically. He accused director-general Geoff Armstrong of running a”shambles”.But the IPD defended its position saying that Morgan, who joined the IPD’spredecessor, the IPM in the 1970s has never been a member of the IPD because hefailed to convert his membership to the institute when it was formed in 1994.Because he has let his IPM membership lapse it has not convertedautomatically. As a non-member he has to apply to join like anyone else. Since1994 the routes for joining have been either through professional assessment,NVQs, the institute’s exams or the accreditation of a non-relatedqualification.IPD spokesman Nick Isles denied that the entrance requirements are weightedagainst people who have been in the profession for a long time.”That is the point of having a number of ways in,” he said.”We are not asking people with a lot of experience to take exams but theyhave got to show somehow that they meet the required standards or what’s thepoint of having a professional body?”Morgan, has decided not to take the matter further as he is about to retire. Assessment needed to renew IPD membershipOn 2 May 2000 in Personnel Today Previous Article Next Article Related posts:No related photos.
The grant will be used to to support the engineering curriculum at Batesville High School.Batesville High School recently announced that it is the recipient of a $10,000 grant from Project Lead The Way (PLTW), the nation’s leading science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) program. The grant was made possible by a generous donation from Bemis Company. Funds from the grant will support the enhancement of the PLTW engineering curriculum, including the purchase of materials and equipment that will be used in the hands-on, activity-, project-, and problem-based courses that are a distinguishing characteristic of PLTW’s curriculum.“The grant provides necessary funds to expand our Engineering curriculum beyond normal PLTW practices to further develop work readiness skills,” said Batesville High School Principal Andy Allen. “Mr. Hughes creates a student-centered learning environment that enables all students to develop necessary skills to enter the engineering field.”Batesville High School has offered PLTW’s Pathway To Engineering (PTE) program since 2008, a program in which students engage in open-ended problem solving, learn and apply the engineering design process, and build strong teamwork, communication, critical-thinking, and problem-solving skills. Throughout the PTE courses, students use the same industry-leading technology and software as the world’s top companies. In many cases, students have the opportunity to earn college credit, further setting them up for postsecondary and career success.The PLTW grant application process is highly competitive for schools. To receive a grant, schools go through a rigorous application process, which includes demonstrating that the school meets specific requirements and eligibility criteria to be awarded grant funds. The requirements include district and community support, teacher professional development, technology acquisitions, a program sustainability plan, and many other factors.“Project Lead The Way is committed to providing the highest quality STEM education to prepare today’s students for the global economy,” said PLTW President and CEO Vince Bertram. “We were pleased to receive so many quality grant applications, and we look forward to continuing our partnership with Batesville High School to prepare our nation’s next generation of innovators. Finally, we’d like to thank our generous industry partners who made this grant possible.”PLTW inspires and engages students in STEM learning through four programs which span from kindergarten through twelfth grade: PLTW Launch, designed for students in grades K-5; Gateway To Technology for middle school students; and Pathway To Engineering and Biomedical Sciences for high school students. Each program emphasizes the integration of core math and science topics with skills such as problem solving, critical thinking, and teamwork – the top in-demand skills identified by business and industry leaders for success in the global economy.
Nigerians have hailed the nomination of three Nigerian internationals for the 2016 African Player of the Year in the Glo-CAF Awards.The Confederation of African Football late on Saturday in Cairo released the list of 30 shortlisted players including three Nigerians, John Mikel Obi of Chelsea, Ahmed Musa of Leicester City and Kelechi Iheanacho of Manchester City for African Player of the Year Awards alongside 25 nominees for African Player of the Year, based in Africa.The nomination of the three players has been commended by Nigerians, with majority of them hoping that one of the nominees will emerge the continents’ number one player at the 2016 Glo CAF Awards gala in Abuja on January 5, 2017.Ex- international, Mr. Victor Ikpeba popularly known as ‘Prince of Monaco’ believed that the nomination of the Nigerian players will inspire other Nigerian footballers across the world to work harder and make Nigeria proud next season.“The nomination of Kelechi, Mikel and Musa is a good development and will encourage others. Hopefully we will have more Nigerians on the list next year.” Ikpeba, a former African Player of the Year added.According to the Group Sports Editor of Nation Newspapers, Mr. Ade Ojeikere, “This is a good development. Let’s hope that they will eventually make the top three and one of them will pick the award after many years.”Also speaking on the list, Sports Editor of PM Express Newspapers, Mr. Taiwo Adelu, said “This is encouraging. Looking forward to Top 10 and hoping the Nigerians will make it and move on to the Top 3.”Other notable names in the list are reining African Footballer of the Year, Gabon and Borrusia Dortmund’s Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Camerron’s Samuel Eto’o, the duo of Islam Slimani and Riyad Mahrez of Algeria and Leicester City of London. Others are Andre Ayew of Ghana and West ham, Victor Wanyama of Kenya and Tottenham and Cote d’ Ivoire’s Eric Bailly and Yao Kouasi Gervais (Gervinho) of Manchester United and Hebei Fortune FC respectively.CAF will release a shortlist of Top 10 players in the coming weeks.The annual award, sponsored by Nigerian telecommunication giant, Globacom is expected to congregate top football celebrities and government officials across Africa. Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram
Share SIS expands into the numbers game with 49’s takeover June 29, 2020 SBC Magazine Issue 10: Kaizen Gaming rebrand and focus for William Hill CEO August 25, 2020 Richard FitzGerald steps down as RMG CEO August 6, 2020 Related Articles StumbleUpon Share Submit SIS (Sports Information Services) distributor of racing data, content and media rights has followed the growing ranks of industry incumbents and stakeholders joining the membership stable of the All-in Diversity Project (AiDP).As part of its membership commitment, SIS will help drive the diversity and equality agenda within the gambling industry, with the partnership scheme designed to help facilitate the conversation on diversity and equality in the betting and gaming sector, thereby striving to make the betting and gaming industry more inclusive and attractive for everyone.SIS operates a business with employees representing more than 12 nationalities, diversity and inclusion remain a priority area to continue to develop the business for the future.Claire Taylor, HR Director at SIS, said: “We are very excited and proud to be part of the All-in Diversity project, who’s vision and mission fully reflect our own agenda and priorities in this important area.“Diversity and gender equality have always been a natural part of SIS’s culture and we know that it differentiates the top performers from the others regardless of the industry. We look forward to taking part in raising awareness on this topic across the gambling industry and beyond.”In 2019, AiDP launched its membership scheme seeking to improve industry talent development, employee mentoring, diversity and inclusivity.“We are proud to welcome SIS to the Founding Membership of All-in Diversity Project,” said Co-Founder Kelly Kehn. “SIS brings 30 years’ industry knowledge and expertise to the table, with a real passion for people. There is no limit to what we can achieve with this calibre of broadcast & betting supplier on board.”