Comments are closed. TrainingOn 17 Jul 2001 in Personnel Today This week’s training newsOnline learning initiative planned for Scotland Scotland’s government learning body, Scottish University for Industry, isoffering e-learning to all adults over 18 years of age. More than 61,000courses will be available from the organisation’s 100 centres across thecountry by the end of the summer. www.scottishufi.co.ukLearning commitment pays off for Haygarth Haygarth Group invested over £100,000 on training last year and saw staffinglevels rise by 25 per cent. The communications group runs internal trainingsessions on contract law and financial reporting. It also offers employees theopportunity to study for industry qualifications in public relations andmarketing. www.haygarth.co.ukR&SA staff learn customer relations via the Net Insurance giant Royal & SunAlliance has commissioned e-learning providerBlueU to deliver three bespoke customer relations management programmes. Morethan 2,500 staff will undertake up to 35 hours of e-learning this year. www.blueu.comConstruction diploma aims to fill top-level gap The Construction Industry Training Board has launched a management diplomato address the sector’s supervisory skills shortage. The Diploma inConstruction Process Management is a part-time, 15-month programme consistingof six three-day modules. It is the first scheme from the CITB’s £1.5m specialmeasures programme. www.citb.co.ukCouncil addresses leadership skills shortage Nearly 1.5 million new managers will need leadership training before 2006,according to a study by the Council for Excellence in Management Leadership. Itis urging large employers to adopt a five-step model to establish best practicefor leadership development. www.dti.gov.uk Previous Article Next Article Related posts:No related photos.
According to the Martin County Sheriff’s Office, crews responded to a “serious jet ski crash” near the Sandsprit Park boat ramp, located at 3443 SE St. Lucie Boulevard.Marine Unit Deputy Michael Libashi said one of the jet skis ’T-boned’ the other. “They collided with each other in the river,” Libashi said. “There were two on each [jet ski], but only one from each watercraft was injured.Law enforcement officers and an assisting citizen helped bring the jet skis to the boat ramps at Sandsprit Park. The jet skis were later taken from the scene by FWC.Authorities could not say who owns the jet skis. That is part of the investigation.The teens were old enough to legally operate personal watercraft in Florida. However, that could change if the jet skis were rented.“There are age restrictions, there are also livery responsibilities- livery being who rents jet skis if these are in fact rentals. All of that is still sketchy and FWC will comment at a later date,” Libashi said. Four people were injured after a jet ski accident yesterday on the St. Lucie River, near the boat ramp at Sandsprit Park.The FWC is investigating after one ski T-boned the other causing series injuries to the legs of the riders. Two girls, one from each jet ski, were flown to the hospital with serious injuries to their lower extremities.
Florida prisons have temporarily stopped accepting new inmates, the Department of Corrections confirmed Wednesday. The move is aimed at preventing the spread of coronavirus in state correctional facilities, although it shifts the responsibility of housing offenders to local officials.The policy went into effect Monday.In a statement issued Wednesday, department officials said they are restricting the intake of inmates and “new commitments from counties” until March 30. They emphasized the timeline could change following further consultation with public health officials about the virus, officially known as COVID-19.The decision to halt the flow of inmates into the state’s prison system, which houses around 96,000 offenders, comes one week after Department of Corrections officials cancelled visitation privileges until April 5. However, prisoners’ lawyers are still allowed to have face-to-face visits.State prison officials reassured the public on Tuesday that the department is “fully prepared to handle any potential cases of COVID-19 within the state operated correctional institutions in Florida.”