Education and training are very important in the healthcare field. For many employers, it is a basic requirement in order to get your foot in the door. Majority of employers, especially in the healthcare field, require college level education. This also includes roles that previously did not require it, for example an administrative assistant positions.
The more years of education a person has had, the more doors are open to them. A quick and easy way to compress down the field of applicants is to have educational requirements. Employers are more likely to choose candidates who have completed a higher level of education when they are hiring from a wide variety of applicants. Education is even more important in the healthcare industry. Technology, as well as math and science are top components of many healthcare roles. Many healthcare careers usually require the knowledge and understanding of the sciences and technology. Fields like these are changing and growing new developments and discoveries at a fast pace. It is necessary to have a basic understanding to build on while continuing education throughout your career, this is to help keep up with the latest changes and new information. Training is important in the healthcare industry because it enables individuals to be in control and manage any situations that may happen. Training can also help analyze and plan what needs to be done and reflect on how to adapt to anything that arises.
Measuring competencies is important in healthcare because it ensures that all employees are competent to perform their assigned jobs and responsibilities, as well as making sure to meet performance standards. Competence from all staff is assessed before employment, during the orientation period, and at least annually afterwards. By having a well-defined job description and the use of appropriate competency assessment tools, it goes a long way in attesting that competent providers are recruited to start with and that through...
...This essay is to explain discipline to you and what it means to me and what it means to everyone. I will be covering discipline and what it means both definition and in my opinion. I will be giving three examples of both good and bad discipline. My examples of good shall include writing a long paper or essay and how it does take discipline, drive and determination to write and research. Soldiers like Special Forces and Rangers and the very hard training they go through, like selection or ranger selection. The time spent away from the ones we love during said training like AIT or basic training. Basic training consists of 10 weeks and AIT consists of 14 weeks. Selection and the Q course consists of almost 2 years. My examples of bad shall include people that quit because they want an easier way out, nothing in life that is worth it isn't easy. Rebellious teenagers that have to act out just because they think that they have a problem with authority and positive role models. People who are always getting in trouble is another example of bad discipline, rather they be getting in trouble because of lack of listening or just lack of caring, both lack discipline.This essay will then close with my conclusion on discipline. I will recap on the topics I have touched along with my final statements on it.
A first good example about discipline is writing this essay. Discipline to take the time away from the 4 of July weekend...
...The Advantages of Career Training for Military Personnel
The people leaving military service, because of discharge or retirement, are at a disadvantage in the civilian career field. Skills learned while in the military are not always transferrable, or the person may not have access to the certification required by certain employers or professions. Even though it could cost the government extra money for schooling or other programs, career training is beneficial for everyone, by building confidence, raising employment levels, and decreasing the need for welfare assistance.
Career training benefits everyone in a community. Employers gain access to “trained, educated, experienced people like those that are separating from the [military]” (Fortner, 2012, pg. 4). This helps keep the unemployment rate down while increasing the availability of qualified applicants in various career fields. The serviceperson gains confidence in the abilities they bring to a civilian career, and in their ability to contribute to the local community and economy. The children of these same people also become better equipped to contribute to the community because they see the benefits that the parent has gained because of appropriate training.
When a retiree receives career training, an immediate and recognizable benefit is to the person. “Unemployment remains high for our Nation’s veterans” (Sowash, 2011, pg. 54), and...
...THE NATIONAL SERVICE TRAINING PROGRAM
The National Service Training Program was also known as “An Act Establishing the National Service Training Program (NSTP) for Tertiary Level Students, Amending for the Purpose Republic Act No. 7077 and Presidential Decree no. 1706, and for other Purposes” or Republic Act No. 9163. It was signed into law in January 23, 2002 amidst the various calls of dissenting sectors for its abolition or reform.
It invoked the constitutional provision regarding the “duty of the state to serve and protect its citizens,” specifically Article II (Declaration of Principles and State Policies), Section 2, which states that “The prime duty of the government is to serve and protect the people. The government may call upon the people to defend the state, and in fulfillment thereof, all citizens may be required under conditions provided by law, to render personal military or civil service” (italics supplied). This is the same principle that created and sustained the Reserve Officers Training Corps.
The primary objective of the NSTP law is to promote the role of the youth in nation-building. As such, it aims to encourage the youth to become civic and/or military leaders and volunteers whom could be called upon by the nation in cases their services are needed.
Compared with the ROTC which specializes in military training, and the E-ROTC which granted three options for students...
...response to emergency situations, including:
b) security incidents and
c) missing children or young people.
Task : Describe the actions to be taken in each of the following situations:
a security incident, and
a missing child or young person.
Sources of information:
Class hand outs
a) Actions to take in case of a fire when in a classroom:
Assess the situation. If the fire is small enough to control and put out with a fire extinguisher and you have had training, (and ONLY if you feel confident enough) do so immediately. If this is not the case then immediately raise the fire alarm.
Talk to the pupils and tell them to line up orderly and sensibly, remain calm to help keep the pupils calm and tell them to walk sensibly but quickly out of the classroom via the nearest safe exit or fire exit, heading for the assembly point outside. Do not stop or go back for any belongings. Close any doors and windows behind you, looking for anyone to take out with you.
Assemble the pupils outside at the appointed place and keep them in line.
If safe to do so, check the toilet areas as you go including individual cubicles.
Fire services should be called at the earliest possible point once...
...planning and implementation at the assigned adopted communities. The students were developed to be a productive member of the community and the students are trained to face responsibly their duties and obligations. They are also able to help the less fortunate and underprivileged people in the society through working with the community.
While in the activities of R.O.T.C., the students are being trained, motivated, and organized for national defense preparedness. It will be discussed to the ROTC cadets the military concepts and field drills will be conducted as the practical application. They will be engaged in activities such as map reading and land navigation, basic signal communication, unit formations, basic weapons training and pre-marksmanship training that will develop their skills and capabilities to lead, move, survive and communicate. The cadets will also participate in activities such as the Foundation Day of the Institute, Intramuros Day, Blood Letting Activity, Tree Planting Program, Alay-Lakad and the conduct of routine flag raising and retreat activities that could inculcate in the youth the spirit of patriotism and nationalism, also in developing their vital role in nation-building. And, they will be engaged in activities related to livelihood and economic development that would develop their civic consciousness and good citizenship.
b. Compare and contrast the activities of C.W.T.S. and R.O.T.C.
The activities of...
...NATIONAL SERVICE TRAINING PROGRAM
What is the National Service Training Program (NSTP) law?
NSTP law or otherwise known as Republic Act 9163, is a program aimed at:
Enhancing civic consciousness and defense preparedness in the youth
Developing the ethics of service and patriotism while undergoing training in any of its three (3) program components
Enhancing the youth’s active contribution to the general welfare.
What are the program components of NSTP?
Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC)
Literacy Training Service (LTS)
Civic Welfare Training Service (CWTS)
Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC)
Designed to provide military training to tertiary level students in order to motivate, train, organize and mobilize them for national defense preparedness.
Literacy Training Service (LTS)
Designed to train the students to teach literacy and numeracy skills to children, out-of-school youth and other segments of society in need of their services.
Civic Welfare Training Service (CWTS)
Refers to activities contributory to the general welfare and the betterment of life for the members of the community,
or the enhancement of its facilities specially those devoted to improving health, education, environment, entrepreneurship, safety, recreation and moral of the citizenry and other social welfare services.
...The Grand Opening Ceremony and commendation conference for military training for the 2014th Freshmen
With the smell of sweet-scented osmanthus floating in the air, freshmen came to Hunan University for a fire-new life. On the afternoon in September 23rd, the opening ceremony for the 2014th freshmen was held in the Lecture Hall, which is also the ceremony for giving commendation to the advanced individuals and groups in the military training.
Loads of people participated in this ceremony---secretary of the party committee of law school professor Qv Maohui, contemporary laws masters professor Wang Xiaoye and Zhang Zhihui, vice president professor Liu Luhua, deputy secretary of party committee Fu Rongfen, sub decanal adjunct professor Lei Yuqiong, head of politics department professor Liu Shaohua, head of public management department professor Guo Jianqiang and professors from laws department professor Li Xiaoming, professor Bai Bagen, adjunct professor Zhang Qiuhang, Tang Shuange and adjunct professor Yan Kegao from the administrative management department and adjunct professor Liu Hongbin from politics department as well as teachers from the teaching administration working at college level and the Student Affair Office. The instructor of the 2014th freshmen Yang Kai took the role of the host.
The solemn sound of the Nation Song witnessed the formal beginning of the ceremony. In an effort to help freshmen to have an acquaintance with...
...Unit 2: Teaching, Learning and Assessment in Education and Training
1. Understand roles and responsibilities and relationships in education and training
1.1 Analyse own role responsibilities in education and training
Teaching is an essential part of knowledge. Therefore it is important to have the skills required to teach When the word “role” is mentioned people instantly think of playing a part, or acting in some capacity. A role involves some idea of expected behaviour associated with a position. I will have expectations of the students that I will teach. These may include an expectation that they will study and undergo assessments. Traditionally the role of the teacher has been as a source of information and trusted to be the well of all knowledge. This means that the teachers are the one in control of passing of the knowledge onto passive students. Role, responsibilities and boundaries are key part of a teacher’s role as an educator, which are used within the assessment framework of a teacher. In each profession there are responsibilities to adhere to. Responsibilities are important as this will allow personal and organisational objectives to be met. Those with responsibilities are accountable to their functions. Roles of a teacher is often mistaken as to just conveying knowledge. But it also includes being a role model. Which mean listening and giving them a positive impact. As a...