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​​The Basic Professional Training Course on Nuclear Safety (BPTC) is intended to provide a broad overview of all the safety concepts and their application to nuclear power plants and research reactors design and operation.

Its nature and scope are primarily oriented to junior professionals recently involved in nuclear safety-related activities. It is also appropriate for highly specialized professionals who lack a broader view of nuclear safety. The Course is made up of 22 modules and is designed to run six to nine weeks. This textbook is the instruction source for course lecturers and provides background material for participants.

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Killexams : Basic Quality Training in the Construction Industry

Denise Sullivan has been writing professionally for more than five years after a long career in business. She has been published on Yahoo! Voices and other publications. Her areas of expertise are business, law, gaming, home renovations, gardening, sports and exercise.

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Killexams : BIO303: Basic Biosafety Training Course

Who is required to take this course?

Do you work in a biological research laboratory? If so, this course is strongly recommended for a one-time completion; however, if there are significant changes in regulations, training is required to be completed again. This course will provide information on performing a detailed biological risk assessment, defining biosafety levels, and implementation of biological containment. A copy of the completed training certificate must be maintained in the laboratory files and presented to the proper authorities upon request.
To access transcripts, log into Learning Locker.

Course Objectives:

At the conclusion, participants should be able to:

  1. Perform a detailed Biological Risk Assessment, based on agent and procedure-specific properties.
  2. Define the different Biosafety Levels, list the minimum controls required, and describe the type of agents appropriate for each level.
  3. Implement the principles of biological containment.

Below you will find reference material and job aids to assist you in working safely with biohazardous materials. After completing the course, feel free to return here and print any of the material you find useful.

Call 205-934-2487 for more information.
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Killexams : Weight-training basics

Weight-training basics
by Armand Tecco, M.Ed.

Muscular fitness exercise is often referred to by a variety of names. Some people call it "weight lifting" or "strength training." But neither term encompasses the full definition of weight training. Others call it "body building," but that is more of a competitive sport than an exercise activity.

The most apt descriptive terms for muscular fitness exercise are "weight training" or "resistance exercise." It is when you work your muscles against an externally-applied resistance, such as free weights, weight machines, water, rubber tubing or your body weight.


Many people weight train in order to Improve their appearance. Bodies adapt structurally to progressive-resistance exercise - the muscles get firmer and more dense, helping to define and tone the body. Women who are panic about developing large, bulky muscles have nothing to fear. Under normal circumstances, women cannot develop muscles like men, no matter how hard they train.

By improving muscle tone and strength, you can also lower your risk for incurring joint and muscle problems, prevent injuries, Improve posture and slow the age-related loss of muscle function. Connective tissues, such as ligaments and tendons, get stronger along with your muscles and make everyday tasks such as carrying groceries much easier.

Muscular fitness exercise may also prevent the loss of bone mineral that occurs as we age (osteoporosis). What's more, it helps you lose body fat by increasing your metabolism.


Muscular fitness exercise requires a certain level of skill. Proper technique is essential in order for the exercises to be safe and effective. Some people find weight training to be intimidating, while others consider it boring. Not everyone has easy access to weight training equipment -- or can afford to purchase his or her own. For some people, there is a chance of injury due to overtraining or using too heavy of a resistance.

Where to Participate

A wide variety of weight-training equipment can be found at most health clubs. At a health club, you also have access to exercise certified who can demonstrate proper form and technique.

Or, you can purchase equipment for the home from a retail outlet that sells fitness equipment. Home equipment can be as sophisticated as a 10-station, multi-purpose weight machine or as simple as a set of dumbbells in varying weights. In fact, many resistance exercises can be performed with just your body (pushups and tricep dips) or by using such household items as soup cans and milk jugs.

Recommended equipment and attire

    Multi-purpose weight machine -- For home use. it works all of the large muscle groups. It is easy to use and doesn't take up much space.

    Dumbbells -- These free weights serve the needs of most people and are best bought in the following increments: 3, 5, 8, 10, 12, 15 and 20 pounds.

    Barbell -- A weighted bar (usually 20-25 pounds) onto which plates can be attached. Ideal for performing many basic weight training movements.

    Rubber tubing -- Tubing with handles. Comes in various resistances and is great for quick workouts, travelers and a limited budget.

    Ankle weights -- Weights encased in a small sack and designed to be secured around ankles. Great for leg and gluteal (buttocks) exercises.

    Gloves -- Weight-training gloves minimize skin irritation on the hands.

    Weight training belt -- A belt is especially recommended when performing certain free-weight movements because it provides lower back stability.

    Bench -- A sturdy weight bench, preferably one that can be adjusted for different angles.

    Clothing -- Comfortable clothing that allows for full range of motion.

Exercise guidelines

  • Variety is important for continued progress, as well as continued motivation. A combination of resistance exercises -- free weights, machines and exercises where you are using your body weight for resistance -- is recommended. Your muscles will respond more readily if you give them different challenges.
  • Find a qualified fitness professional to help you design an effective workout routine. Essentially, your training program should stress targeted muscle groups through the use of specific resistance exercises. Also have the fitness professional show you how to use the apparatus. Weight machines are generally easier to master than free weights.
  • Make sure your body is warmed up before weight training by performing an aerobic exercise for five or more minutes. This improves blood flow, nerve conduction and flexibility. It also helps reduce the chance of injury.
  • Exercise all of the major muscle groups: legs, arms, chest, back, abdominals (stomach) and shoulders.
  • Exercise the larger muscle groups before the smaller ones. For instance, work the back, chest and legs prior to the arms and abdominals.
  • If you are a beginner, perform one set of 12 to 15 repetitions per exercise.
  • The amount of resistance (weight) should be enough that it is an effort to get to 15 repetitions.
  • Progressively increase the resistance as your body adapts to the exercise. So, if you are able to perform 15 repetitions of an exercise, move to the next heavier weight increment.
  • After six to eight weeks of consistent training, you can progress to two sets per exercise and reduce the repetitions to 8-12.
  • Allow adequate time for your muscles to recover between individual exercises, usually 30 to 60 seconds.
  • Be sure to exercise opposing muscles for a balanced workout. For instance, if you work the biceps, work the triceps; if you work the chest, work the back. Also, be sure to condition both sides of your body equally.
  • Perform exercises in a controlled manner, without jerking or fast movements. For best results, focus on raising the weight in one or two seconds and lowering it in three to four seconds.
  • Perform each exercise through the full range of motion of the targeted muscles and the involved joints.
  • Be sure to isolate the muscle you are working. Don't throw your entire body into the lifting motion, which not only decreases the exercise's effectiveness but also increases the risk of injury.
  • Breathe naturally, making sure not to hold your breath.
  • Relax the muscles not involved with the exercise. Do not tense your face or clench your fists. Focus your energy on the targeted muscle.
  • For the best strength gains, you should be able to perform between 8 and 12 repetitions (no more) of each exercise.
  • Give your muscles 48 hours to rest between workouts.
  • Perform stretching exercises at the end of your weight-training session to reduce the risk of injury and to minimize muscle soreness.

Glossary of terms

    Isotonic exercises -- The most widely-used form of weight training exercises, isotonic exercises provide resistance through a full range of motion and provide some stimulus to the muscles while they contract and lengthen. Dumbbells, barbells and weight machines are all forms of isotonic exercises.

    Negative resistance -- The lowering (eccentric) phase of muscular-fitness exercises.

    Positive resistance -- The lifting (concentric) phase of muscular-fitness exercises.

    Progressive resistance -- A gradual, systematic increasing of resistance over a period of time.

    Range of motion -- A muscle's range of motion is the entire arc through which it can move.

    Repetition (rep) -- One complete sequence of a single exercise. For example, to perform a biceps curl for 10 repetitions means that you lift a dumbbell or barbell from your waist to your shoulders 10 times.

    Repetition maximum -- The amount of weight with which an individual can perform a specified number of repetitions. For example, 100 pounds is John Doe's 10-rep max.

    Set -- A set is a fixed number of repetitions. One set of biceps curls might be 10 repetitions. A second set would be another 10 repetitions performed a minute or so after the first set.

    Variable resistance -- Resistance that varies in direct proportion to the force exerted. An example is a weight machine that uses cams and pulleys to vary the resistance.

The information, including opinions and recommendations, contained in this website is for educational purposes only. Such information is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. No one should act upon any information provided in this website without first seeking medical advice from a qualified medical physician.

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Killexams : Payroll Basic Training

Training classes will be held at the Williamsburg Professional Centre, 1314 S. Mt. Vernon Avenue (diagonally across from the School of Education). The training will review accessing your records via Self Service, completing a timesheet and basic payroll review. Training workshops are limited to 10 attendees.

Click here to print the Payroll Training Basic Presentation.

Timesheet Training

Training classes will be held at the Williamsburg Professional Centre, 1314 S. Mt. Vernon Avenue (diagonally across from the School of Education). The training will include reporting hours, FLSA work periods and reporting additional hours worked, and basic timesheet review. Training workshops are limited to 10 attendees.

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Timesheet Approver Training

 Training classes will be held at the Williamsburg Professional Centre, 1314 S. Mt. Vernon Avenue (diagonally across from the School of Education). The training will include policy review, timesheet errors, and proxy designation, as well as other approval issues. Training workshops are limited to 10 attendees.

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Payments to NRA's - Training

Training classes will be held at the Williamsburg Professional Centre, 1314 S. Mt. Vernon Avenue (diagonally across from the School of Education). The training will include taxation of payments, steps to request a tax analysis and estimated processing timelines, as well as other approval issues. Training workshops are limited to 10 attendees.

 Click here to print the Payments to NRA's Training Presentation


To be updated as sessions are announced. If you wish to schedule training for your department, please contact the Payroll Office for further details.

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Killexams : Education & Training

education inline h 800x640px>The ROTC program is comprised of the Basic Course (Freshman/ Sophomore) and the Advanced Course (Junior/Senior). The Basic Course is designed to introduce students to military leadership, develop basic leadership skills, and present individual challenges. The Advanced Course is focused on preparing students to serve as leaders in the United States Army.

All Basic and Advanced courses include both classroom work and a weekly afternoon lab. Weekend activities are also occasionally required for enrolled students.

Each dropdown below includes course numbers and descriptions for classes at each level.

  • Basic Course (100/200 Level)

    MS 101. Military Leadership (2cr). This course is an introduction to universal leadership skills with emphasis on practical work. Activities in this course may includes rappelling, water safety, first aid, physical fitness, and communication. This course incurs NO military commitment.

    MS 102. Military Leadership (2cr). This course continues MIL 101 and may include practical field skills, marksmanship, and leadership techniques. This course incurs NO military commitment.

    MS 201. Military Leadership (2cr). Theoretical and practical instruction in leadership including written and oral communication, effective listening, assertiveness, personality, motivation, and organizational culture and change. Case studies in leadership and problem solving. This course incurs NO military commitment.

    MS 202. Military Leadership (2cr). Examines national and Army values. Apply principles of ethical decision making. Examine the legal and historical foundations, duties, and functions of officers. Introduces basic U.S. Army tactical principles. This course incurs NO military commitment.

  • Advanced Course (300/400 Level)

    MS 301. Military Leadership (3cr). This course addresses principles, objectives, and techniques for leadership. Cadets will apply the functions of a leader and examine special problems in leadership. Cadets will also master the military operations order as related to small unit tactics in the offense and defense. This course emphasizes problem analysis and decision making, delegation and control, planning and organizing, and interpersonal skills for effective leadership.

    MS 302. Military Leadership (3cr). The Cadet will learn techniques of directing and coordinating individual and team tactics through practical exercises in the local training area. They will apply the principles of leadership as well as develop their potential by planning, preparing, and presenting practical instruction.

    MS 401. Military Leadership (3cr). Advanced instruction on functions of the US Army officer focusing on skills required for meeting management, subordinate career counseling, Army training management, junior officers and battlefield ethics.

    MS 402. Military Leadership (3cr). Study legal aspects of US Army decision making and leadership, Army tactical and strategic organizations, and administrative and logistical management.

  • Additional Courses

    MS 204. Rangers (1cr). This course continues the development of Cadet competencies and confidence through the study of intermediate leadership, technical, and tactical instruction. To enhance the Cadet's historical knowledge of planning and executing small unit, combat missions. To teach and develop combat arms related functional skills relevant to fighting the close combat, direct fire battle.

    MS 327. American Military History (3cr). This is a survey course of American Military History from Pre-Revolutionary War days to the present. We will discuss the evolution of our Armed Forces with a primary emphasis on the U.S. Army.

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Killexams : Training and Resources for Staff and Faculty

We offer two types of in-person trainings throughout the semester - Basic Refresh Training and Advanced Training.  

Basic Refresh Training will cover subjects like the philosophy and global expectations surround use of the system, tips, tricks and best practices, documentation best practices, communication tools, and introduce alerts and cases (referral system).  If you are newer to BoilerConnect and have already met with your Department Trainer, this is a great training for you. 

Fall 2023 Dates/Times
August 17, 2023 -- 8:30-9:30am -- This session is full
September 11, 2023 -- 1:30-2:30pm
October 10, 2023 -- 8:30-9:30am (Please note this is during Purdue's Fall Break)
November 17, 2023 -- 10:30-11:30am
December 13, 2023 -- 10:00-11:00am

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Advanced Training will cover subjects like caseload management with student lists and saved searches, using the advanced search feature effectively, the concept of proactive interventions, and report options in BoilerConnect. If you are confident in your basic use of the system and are ready to learn more this is the training for you! 

Fall 2023 Dates/Times
August 17, 2023 -- 3:00-4:00pm
September 28, 2023 -- 9:30-10:30am
October 25, 2023 -- 3:30-4:30pm
November 30, 2023 -- 9:00-10:00am
December 14, 2023 -- 1:30-2:30pm

Click here to register!

In addition to these trainings, this fall we will be offering monthly feature spotlights!  These 20 minute virtual webinars will provide a walkthrough of how to use a specific BoilerConnect feature, with examples and tips to help you get the most out of it to better support your students.

Monthly Features
August – Sending Messages
August webinar recording and slides
September – Appointment Campaigns
October – Staff Dashboard
November – Issuing Alerts and Managing Cases
December – Student Lists and Saved Searches

There is no registration for these.  Click here to receive a calendar hold for these sessions. 

Fri, 22 Jul 2022 10:50:00 -0500 en text/html https://www.purdue.edu/boilerconnect/staffandfaculty.html
Killexams : Training Adult Dogs

It is never too late to teach an old dog new tricks! If you adopt an adult or a senior dog, their ability to concentrate and learn new things will amaze you. We’re going to examine the reasons why adult dogs often are more receptive to training than younger pups. Then, we’ll review training basics. Finally, we’ll offer up some tips for maintaining the training progress you make.

Why adult dogs are easier to train

Adult dogs are often even easier to train than puppies. This is because they have the ability to focus for a longer period of time. Most adapt fairly quickly to new routines. That means housetraining is not difficult if you are consistent. Take your dog out to the same place every time to go potty. An adult dog has more control and normally does not have to go outside as often as a puppy.

Training basics

You can teach regular training commands such as sit, down, and come using small treats to lure the dog into the proper position. Be sure to give quick praise before you give the treat, so the dog will eventually work for praise alone.

Occasionally a dog is not motivated by treats. In that case, you can gently place the dog into position, then praise them. Repeat several times until the dog understands what you expect. It takes three to four weeks of repetition for something to become a habit, so be sure to include several short training sessions every day for about a month whenever you are teaching a new behavior.

Preventing behavioral problems

To prevent behavior problems such as destructive chewing and digging, make sure your dog gets sufficient exercise and has appropriate chew toys. Having a large yard with a fence is wonderful, but does not ensure that a dog is getting their ya-yas out. Long walks or playing fetch until the dog is truly tired will help ensure a well-behaved dog in the evening when the family is trying to relax.

Maintaining progress

Be sure to consistently reward your dog when they are doing good things. Additionally, manage the environment to prevent your dog from doing inappropriate things. Should you have any problems, don’t hesitate to call your veterinarian to ask for help.

Most dog behavior problems are easily resolved once the dog has settled into their new home and understands what you expect of them. Occasionally, a problem may arise due to a medical issue or lack of socialization in the dog’s early years. Your vet can rule out any physical cause. They can also refer you to an experienced trainer or behaviorist if you need additional help.

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While many consumers are moving their basic transactions online, they do still visit the branch where they will interact with your tellers. Today’s Teller: Developing Basic Skills teaches the basics of being an accurate and high-performing teller, including everyday tasks, like how to handle checks, handle cash, process transactions, and provide quality customer service. In addition, participants learn about the evolving role of tellers in today’s banks, as well as safety and security procedures.

Today's Teller: Developing Basic Skills is a solid basis for a new teller training program, and can be used to supplement bank-developed content. Bank specific products, policies and procedures can be taught after covering the role of the teller in the business of banking.

The accompanying Leader's Guide makes this program easy to teach in the bank by providing suggested lesson plans and ways to structure the delivery of the content. And Today's Teller also includes Job Aids that students can keep at the teller station for convenient reference.

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ISBN-10: 0-89982-716-0
ISBN-13 978-089982-716-2

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Killexams : Transitioning Careers - Basic Bank Training for Veterans

The MinBanc program reimburses training costs for minority- and women-owned banks, including training with ABA. Learn more about the program and find out if you qualify.

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