Download and save 920-530 bootcamp and boot camp

Simply memorize our 920-530 PDF Download and feel certain about the test. You will pass your 920-530 exam with high marks or your money back. We have collected a database of 920-530 practice questions from real exams to allow you to memorize and pass Carrier VoIP UA-IP Commissioning and Nodal Integration exam on the specific first attempt. Basically set up our Exam Simulator and prepare. You will pass the 920-530 exam.

Exam Code: 920-530 Practice exam 2023 by team
Carrier VoIP UA-IP Commissioning and Nodal Integration
Nortel Commissioning syllabus
Killexams : Nortel Commissioning syllabus - BingNews Search results Killexams : Nortel Commissioning syllabus - BingNews Killexams : Commissioning Program

The Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps (AFROTC) is an in-college, officer-commissioning program that adds a layer of military training to your education. Upon successful completion of the AFROTC training program and receipt of at least a bachelor's degree, you will be commissioned as a second lieutenant in the United States Air Force. Once on active duty, you will receive specialized training in a career field.

The AFROTC, an academic department at over 1,100 civilian colleges and universities, is one of three commissioning sources for the United States Air Force, along with the Academy and Officer Training School. Cadets take ROTC classes in addition to their normal degree course work.

What Makes an Officer?

Held by 20 percent of the Air Force.

  • Presidential commission via ROTC, Officer Training School, or a service academy
  • A bachelor’s degree or higher
  • Training to lead, supervise, manage, and become policy/decision makers
  • Consideration for a flight career (Only officers can become pilots, and candidate selection takes place in the spring prior to graduation.)
  • Higher standards of conduct on and off duty
Tue, 18 Aug 2020 17:23:00 -0500 en text/html
Killexams : Supplemental Syllabus Killexams : Supplemental Syllabus

Establishing Connection...

Sat, 15 Aug 2020 07:21:00 -0500 en text/html Killexams : Enlisted Commissioning

enlisted.jpgMany enlisted personnel are not aware of all the commission opportunities available to them. If you are interested in earning a degree to commission as an officer, UTSA is the host university for Air Force ROTC in San Antonio.

Air Force ROTC offers three enlisted commissioning programs available to enlisted members: ASCP, SOAR, and POC-ERP. Even members from other services can apply for ASCP and POC-ERP. ROTC cadets earn a commission upon graduation from college (no OTS attendance). The NECP program is not affiliated with ROTC--NECP students are not ROTC cadets. NECP students attend OTS after graduation and earn a commission there.

**Note: as of 2008, book money has increased to $900 per year, and stipend range has increased to $300-500 per month.

The base education office is your point of contact for all enlisted commissioning programs. Access your Virtual Education Center from the AF portal. **Note: only accessable from .mil domain

Click here for ROTC qualifications.

Interested in knowing how much of your CCAF degree will transfer to UTSA? Here's a link of all courses UTSA will accept as transfer credit.

ASCP The Airman Scholarship and Commissioning Program (ASCP) offers active duty enlisted personnel the opportunity to earn a commission while completing their bachelor's degree as an Air Force ROTC cadet. Those selected separate from the active duty Air Force, join an Air Force ROTC detachment and become a full-time college student with a 2-4 year scholarship.

POC-ERP The Professional Officer Course-Early Release Program (POC-ERP) offers active duty enlisted personnel who can complete all bachelor's degree and commission requirements within two years an opportunity for an early release from active duty to enter Air Force ROTC. Those selected separate from active duty, join an Air Force ROTC detachment and become a full-time college student.

SOAR Similar to ASCP, the Scholarships for Outstanding Airman to ROTC (SOAR) allows enlisted personnel to separate from active duty and receive a 2-4 year scholarship while

Sat, 01 Aug 2020 11:26:00 -0500 en text/html Killexams : Purdue Syllabus Guidelines

Constructing a syllabus is an important component of the course design process. The following materials reflect a research-supported framework to help create a pathway to success in your course. Each semester, Innovative Learning reviews the syllabus framework, identifying needed updates and resources.

The Word files linked below outline Required and Recommended components for your syllabus. Many of these components are already in your Brightspace shell. They just need updates specific to your course. The files below include language that comes directly from University policies or is suggested by the University Senate or specific units. Other sample language reflects an autonomy-supportive classroom that can influence student perception and performance (Young-Jones, Levesque, Fursa & McCain 2019). Italicized text indicates notes to instructors. Plain text provides examples of language.

Tips for creating your syllabus:

  • Don’t revise what you don’t have to. The University Policies and Statements and Student Services widget in the Brightspace shell are updated each semester and automatically populated. You may add additional resources that might help your students to your syllabus.

Once your syllabus is complete, please also upload it to Purdue’s Course Insights syllabus archiving system. For questions related to the syllabus framework, email

Note: The Purdue syllabus guidelines are influenced by Instruction Matters: Purdue Academic Course Transformation (IMPACT) and the resources available through Purdue’s Brightspace learning management system (LMS). It also addresses criteria of the valid and reliable syllabus rubric published by the University of Virginia Center for Teaching Excellence (Palmer, Bach & Streifer 2017). Components fall under five categories: 1) Essential course information, instructor contact information, and course description, 2) Specific, student-centered learning outcomes and objectives that are clear, articulated and measurable (Bristol et al 2019), 3) Assessment strategies for all graded assignments that make explicit connections between learning outcomes, activities, and content, 4) Pedagogical approaches and activities that help students achieve the course outcomes and objectives, and 5) Policies and approaches that foster engaging, student-centered learning environments.


Adena Young-Jones, Chantal Levesque, Sophie Fursa & Jason McCain (2019): Autonomy-supportive language in the syllabus: supporting students from the first day. Teaching in Higher Education. DOI: 10.1080/13562517.2019.1661375.

Levesque-Bristol, C., Flierl, M., Zywicki, C., Parker, L.C., Connor, C., Guberman, D., Nelson, D., Maybee, C., Bonem, E., FitzSimmons, J., & Lott, E. (2019). Creating Student-Centered Learning Environments and Changing Teaching Culture: Purdue University’s IMPACT Program. National Institute for Learning Outcomes Assessment (NILOA).

Palmer, M. S., Bach, D. J., & Streifer, A. C. (2014). Measuring the promise: A learning‐focused syllabus rubric. To Strengthen the Academy: A Journal of Educational Development, 33 (1), 14-36.

Fri, 10 Feb 2023 05:38:00 -0600 en-US text/html
Killexams : Factual commissioning

Kate PhillipsDirector of Unscripted

No other broadcaster has such an extraordinary breadth of factual content: our programming is watched by millions of viewers, receives international recognition and drives real change. We are committed to championing talent on and off-screen and bringing audiences distinctive, uniquely public service programming that reflects their lives across the UK and opens up the world to them.

We are the home of major returning brands like Interior Design Masters with Alan Carr, Ambulance, Mortimer & Whitehouse: Gone Fishing and Who Do You Think You Are? and champion powerful single films across the genres including Our Falklands War: A Frontline Story, The Real Mo Farah, Then Barbara Met Alan, Dinosaurs: The Final Day with David Attenborough and 9/11: Inside The President’s War Room. We innovate in specialist premium content, bringing a popular factual approach to meaningful subjects such as Freddie Flintoff’s Field of Dreams and Paddy and Christine McGuinness: Our Family and Autism, complexity and nuance to science and history series like Universe and Aids: The Unheard Tapes and House of Maxwell, and natural history landmarks like The Green Planet and A Perfect Planet. Our arts and classical music slate brings viewers outstanding performance from across the UK in theatre, dance, literature and the Proms and premium documentaries such as Art that Made UsSurvivors: Portraits of the Holocaust and Lady Boss: The Jackie Collins Story.

UK audiences come to us as the home of factual content. In 2021/22, six out of the top 10 factual titles across all broadcasters came from our department, and so far this year 11 of our titles have attracted an audience of over 4 million viewers, with The Green Planet averaging 6.8 million across the series, rising to 8.7 million for the top performing episode.

Our programmes and talent gain international recognition. Over the past year our titles have won 24 major awards including six Grierson awards, Broadcast awards for best documentary, original programme and short-form documentary, BAFTAs for best factual series and live event, and 9/11: Inside the President's War Room won five awards including the Rose D'Or best documentary prize.

We are passionate about working with suppliers from across the UK to reflect the worlds of our audience, grow our production pipeline and create new brands that thrive. We therefore work closely with colleagues in the Nations and English regions on exciting new co-commissioning opportunities, and our structure encourages collaboration across genres and teams to build programmes of real scale and ambition, with iPlayer at the forefront of our decision-making process.

We run or contribute to a number of schemes and partnerships designed to nurture and support new and diverse companies and people including our New Documentary Directors Initiative, which gained up and coming director Marian Mohamed a BAFTA.

Our commissioning briefs

We take ideas from indies at any time. Read our briefs below to find out what we want to commission next

Our commissioning team

Arts and classical music commissioners

Current affairs commissioners

Documentary commissioners

Factual entertainment and events commissioners

Natural history commissioners

Popular music commissioners

Religion and ethics commissioners

Sun, 02 Aug 2020 13:32:00 -0500 en text/html
Killexams : New Commissioning briefs

The Commissioning teams accept pitches on a rolling, ongoing basis. Please see the guidelines for each genre before pitching an idea to ensure that it fits that genre's commissioning priorities.

In addition, Channel 4 publishes regular Commissioning briefs. These are often cross-genre callouts for content ideas that fit a particular need.

Commissioning briefs will be listed in this section of 4Producers. Please check here for the latest briefs.

All briefs are also available in BSL and Easy Read versions on request.

Current briefs

Channel 4 and Motion Content Group Diverse Indies Fund

Contestable Pot

Channel 4 Climate Emergency Brief

Channel 4 Global Format Fund

England Football Internationals 2023/2024

Sat, 12 Mar 2022 04:53:00 -0600 en text/html Killexams : Syllabus Development

The Syllabus area of the myCourses course template is organized into the following sections:

  1. Course Information and Expectations
  2. Instructor Contact Information
  3. Course Requirements and Resources
  4. Activities and Assignments
  5. Assessment and Grading
  6. Course Policies
  7. Course Schedule

Much of the information needed for the Course Information and Expectations section—particularly the all-important learning outcomes and assessment methods—should be taken directly from the official Course Outline Form for your assigned course(s). Your department chair or program head can provide you with the form(s) and guidance on what is and is not modifiable in the transition to a course syllabus. If you are designing a new course, however, you will need to successfully complete the RIT course proposal process. 

Before completing the Course Policies section, we encourage you to first consult our companion webpage, RIT Policies for Your Syllabus. The External Resources section (below) provides helpful information, advice, and examples for developing the remaining sections of your syllabus.

Regardless of where you are in the syllabus-design process, you can always request one-on-one consultations with an Instructional Design Researcher and Consultant.

Sun, 30 Jan 2022 08:56:00 -0600 en text/html
Killexams : How Do I Change the DN Program Mode on a Nortel Phone System?

Many businesses, from large corporations to small companies, use Nortel phone systems. An administrator is tasked with updating the programming for the phone system. To do this, the administrator must have the administrator programming code and password, and, by default, these two numbers are the same. However, the administrator may change the password by reprogramming a new one into the system. A Nortel “DN” is the directory number for the line. In the Nortel phone system, the directory number is equivalent to the extension number assigned to the line. You can change the DN number from the extension’s phone.

  1. Check to ensure that no calls are on hold or coming in for the line. It is best to use programming mode only at times when call volume is low.

  2. Press the “Asterisk” (*) button twice on the phone’s keypad.

  3. Key in the administrator programming code. This code for the Nortel Meridian and BCM systems is “266344.” The code may vary with other systems. Locate this code in the service manual for the phone system.

  4. Key in the default password, if it has not been changed. The default password for the Nortel Meridian and BCM phone system is “266344.”

  5. Press the “Next” button five times. The phone will display “System Programming.”

  6. Press the “Show” button. The phrase “Hunt Groups” will appear on the display.

  7. Press the “Next” button. The phrase “Change DNs” will appear on the display.

  8. Press the “Show” button. The phrase “Old DN” statement will appear, along with a blank line.

  9. Key in the Old DN for the phone. The “New DN:” statement will display.

  10. Key in the new DN for the line. The display will show the phrase “Old DN > New DN.”

  11. Press the “Release” button to save the changes.

Fri, 20 Jul 2018 13:54:00 -0500 en-US text/html
Killexams : Arts commissioning

Suzy KleinHead of Commissioning, Arts and Classical Music

BBC Arts is the home of creative inspiration and a place to broaden your horizons. We commission programmes that celebrate the things our audiences love - from books, visual art, photography, film and gaming to classical music, dance, theatre, fashion and architecture - showcasing the very best in culture:

  • The UK’s creative home: we are the UK’s most ambitious creators of original arts programmes because we believe in the transformational power of creativity. As the leading force in cultural programme-making since 1922, our archive is the envy of the world.
  • Supporting homegrown talent: BBC Arts champions the best filmmakers to bring audiences the next generation of premium programming with all the complexity and depth that only the BBC can bring. We invite some of the UK’s leading cultural figures onto the screen to share their knowledge and passion and are committed to supporting new and emerging talent in front of, and behind, the camera, telling diverse stories that reflect the richness of Britain today.
  • Deepening our commitment: We have doubled our investment in Arts on BBC Two to bring audiences even more thought-provoking, world-class documentaries, box sets and series. On BBC Four, we present the very best performances from across the country, ranging from classical music to ballet to theatre to opera, as well as screening some of the treasures from our rich archive.
  • Broadening our range: We’ve listened to what audiences want and are expanding and enriching the programmes we commission – widening our scope across multiple artforms and genres, but infusing all of our content with the high quality and depth, passion and joy that have always defined BBC Arts.

During the pandemic and beyond, we’ve seen a renewed interest in the arts across the UK: the emotional solace they can bring, the imaginative possibilities they can spark, the sense of community they can forge. At BBC Arts, we’re excited by the opportunity to make programmes that showcase the best of creativity.

Invitation to tender: classical music TV

We have published an invitation to tender for Classical Music TV, comprising BBC Young Musician of the Year, BBC Young Jazz Musician and Inside Classical. 

Our creative brief

Our first principles? Who is the audience and what is the best way of telling the story?

We’d love you to bring us fresh approaches to narrative, compelling characters and great access. Our singles, boxsets and series need definitive, ambitious content that really speaks to audiences. These need to be designed to perform brilliantly for streaming on iPlayer as well as linear channels - we want series that are so good you’re craving episode two by the middle of episode one.

What we’re looking for:

Addictive boxsets

Definitive boxsets that beg to be binge-watched in a single hit. These could be narrative, thematic or centred round a pivotal figure or moment, but whatever the subject they should feel like the ultimate deep dive - offering compelling insight, authority and strong storytelling. Andy Warhol’s America was a unique examination of three decades of American life through the prism of the great 20th Century artist. Banned! The Mary Whitehouse Story explored the background to an extraordinary public figure in postwar Britain. Who or what else might be an engaging subject?

Compelling series

Programmes that bring arts and culture to wide audiences - whether it’s culturally voracious viewers or arts first-timers. These will talk to the heart as much as the head, offering real insights and be packed with great characters who bring culture alive. Secrets of the Museum was watched by a broad audience and focussed on people’s love for objects as much as art history. Extraordinary Portraits on BBC One brings everyday heroes and their stories to new light through the lens of contemporary portraiture. We are also interested in immersive cultural travelogues with great presenters as our guide, competitions and challenges, and lower-cost, higher-volume series with a simple idea at their heart such as Between the Covers.


Art That Made Us was an ambitious look at 1500 years of cultural history of the British Isles in eight parts, accompanied by a real-world festival in museums and galleries featuring over 200 participant organisations, and it continues to attract audiences on iPlayer. What would our next arts landmark focus on that would delight a broad audience?

High-impact singles

Lady Boss: The Jackie Collins Story brought the life of the bestselling author to BBC Two with great access and a wealth of original archive. Survivors: Portraits of the Holocaust shed new light on stories of extraordinary courage and fortitude in adversity through portraiture, while Joe Lycett: Summer Exhibitionist brought his typically insightful and irreverent take to the Royal Academy’s Summer Exhibition. How can we find fresh ways to bring authored, stylish stories to audiences, ranging from the classics to the latest cultural trends?

Fresh ideas for Arts Digital

Whether it’s digital only commissions or building on a longform idea, we’re looking for content with lasting impact on our digital and social platforms. Life Drawing Live! used audience engagement and UGC as part of event TV, The Big Jubilee Read brought fresh debate to the authors and works chosen to be read and celebrated, while digital content from Between the Covers has established a regular pipeline of book recommendations. Digital-only commissions are a fantastic opportunity to explore new talent and fresh ways of bringing stories to iPlayer, BBC Sounds or our social platforms. What subjects and treatments are the perfect fit for these and other emerging platforms?

Emma Cahusac: first point of contact for ‘popular arts’ returnable formats on BBC One and Two, plus performance on BBC Four (capture, hybrid and new writing).

Mark Bell: first point of contact for singles across BBC One and Two and landmark series.

Alistair Pegg: first point of contact for boxsets, formats and limited series on BBC Two.

Stephen James-Yeoman: first point of contact for classical music ideas and Arts Digital.

Please note, pop music ideas should be pitched to the popular music commissioning team.

Arts and classical music commissioners

Wed, 28 Oct 2020 22:48:00 -0500 en text/html
Killexams : How Do I Call Forward on Nortel 4.0 Norstar Phone Systems?

William Pullman is a freelance writer from New Jersey. He has written for a variety of online and offline media publications, including "The Daily Journal," "Ocular Surgery News," "Endocrine Today," radio, blogs and other various Internet platforms. Pullman holds a Master of Arts degree in Writing from Rowan University.

Mon, 17 Aug 2020 11:24:00 -0500 en-US text/html
920-530 exam dump and training guide direct download
Training Exams List