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AUBURN — With construction set to begin in the coming month, the Auburn Sports Group secured yet another win earlier this week.

Earlier this week, it was announced that Traction Athletic Performance will add a second world class training facility at the park. The athletic training certified currently operate a facility on the north side of Fort Wayne on Marciel Drive.

Dre Muhammad, founder and CEO, is an Indiana University graduate who grew up in Fort Wayne, graduating from Harding High School. Muhammad has teamed up with fellow athletes from Fort Wayne, including Lawrence Barnett, Antoine Taylor, a graduate of South Side High School, and a cast of 10 other certified to provide the best athletic performance training possible.

Traction AP’s focus and approach is to integrate human development, mental performance, athletic performance and skills training into sports.

Although the group’s main focus is currently on football athletes, it also works with athletes focusing on basketball and other sports.

Muhammad said the move to Auburn Sports Park’s facility off of Interstate 69 was a natural fit. The training facility will give the company an opportunity to serve additional athletes in northeast Indiana. He said northeast Indiana is a huge market for the company.

“We have got a lot of positive reactions,” Muhammad said of the announcement by Auburn Sports Group earlier this week.

Muhammad compared his facility as a one-stop shop sort of a “Walmart” for football athletes. The team’s training focuses on development of the total athlete. The group works with children as young as 8 or 9 years of age all the way through college and the pros.

Muhammad, Barnett and Taylor currently work with some big name pro athletes.

Rod Sinn, president and co-owner of Auburn Sports Group, said securing Traction AP is just another huge win for the facility.

He said one of the keys to the sports park’s success will be the people the group surrounds itself with.

“You have to surround yourself with quality people with character,” Sinn said. “The character and loyalty of these guys is unbelievable. We are surrounding ourselves with the best.”

Muhammad said today’s athlete is more and more in tuned to what he or she needs to succeed throughout their career. Their mission to succeed has them seeking out training facilities such as the one he operates.

“We have a proven process for player development and offer performance training that can translate to any sport,” Muhammad said.

Taylor, who is better known as “The Quarterback Whisperer,” said training is becoming extremely valued.

“The value of training is being embedded in everyone’s mind,” he said. “You don’t know the difference between good and bad until you obtain the best.”

Taylor pointed to the indoor football field, which will be constructed on the property as a game changer. The indoor field will allow the group to train year round.

“This just made sense for us,” Muhammad said. “It feels right.”

Sinn said groundbreaking on Phase 1 of the project should be in the next 30 to 45 days. Phase 1 includes work on the current parking lot, renovations to the main auction building at the former R&M Auction facility and the transformation of the former office on the north end of the property for Traction AP.

Sinn said Traction AP should be able to move into the building before the first of the year. The Sports Group has plans on hosting basketball tournaments after the first of the year. The main auction building on the property will house basketball and volleyball courts for tournaments.

Additional structures will be built as the project progresses, including the indoor football field for 7-on-7 football and flag football. The north-south building on the property will also house additional basketball and volleyball courts. Work on the baseball, softball, soccer and outdoor football field will begin next spring.

The project also calls for the transformation of the south side of C.R. 11A, which will feature a variety of businesses geared toward athletes. It will also be home to other businesses including hotels and restaurants.

Taylor said 7-on-7 football is becoming extremely popular and provides valuable skills training for position players. He said the game, which moves at a faster pace, provides great skill training for quarterbacks and receivers.

“All of the top prospects are playing it,” he said.

Other key wins

• The Auburn sports Group announced on Wednesday that it will be a regional host in the American Cornhole League.

• Brett Ratcliffe will serve as director of baseball. Ratcliffe has 26 years of college and high school baseball experience including 18 years with USA Baseball. He played for Purdue University and Indiana-Purdue University Fort Wayne as well as a stint in the Frontier League.

• Renee Johnson’s Impact volleyball club will be the official volleyball club of the Auburn Sports Park. Athletes who have been a part of Johnson’s teams have gone on to play at Purdue University, Western Kentucky, DePaul, Grace College and many more.

• Late last month, the Sports Group signed a Name, Image, Likeness agreement with former Fort Wayne Northrop Bruin Jalen Jackson, who is currently a freshman at the University of Illinois Chicago. The Sports Park will be hosting Jackson’s elite camps next year.

• On Friday the sports group announced the Name, Image, Likeness agreement with Carter Mathison, a graduate of Homestead High School, who is on the Indiana University baseball team. He was Indiana’s Mr. Baseball in 2021. He will be hosting a camp at the facility in the future.

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Killexams : Essence Of Mission Karmayogi Is That Training Can Be Powerful Tool For Improving Public Service Delivery

In the latest episode of Policy Square, we dive into a conversation on Mission Karmayogi, with Adil Zainulbhai, Chairman of the Capacity Building Commission and  Hemang Jani, Secretary of the Capacity Building Commission. 

In April 2021, Prime Minister Modi launched Mission Karmayogi and the Capacity Building Commission for civil services capacity building as mid-career and continuous learning programme. Can you highlight the triggers which would have proved to be the backdrop for the launch of Mission Karmayogi? 

Adil Zainulbhai: The idea is for the government and the civil services to deliver what is required by the civil services for citizens and the country. Each civil servant must be equipped with the right training, capabilities, systems, and tools necessary to deliver. That’s what we are trying to achieve with Mission Karmayogi.  

Hemang Jani: To prepare the 21st century civil servants to deliver on public service and national goals, we need to create an enabling environment, and that is the essence of Mission Karmayogi, which is to create a path of action for every civil servant.  

According to you, what should be the core themes when we speak of capacity building at the macro level? 

AZ: First of all, India has 3.1 million civil servants. It is unlikely that a single approach would work for all. Let’s consider two extremes for better understanding. For the people on the street, the government is the police, railway ticket clerk etc. It is not secretary writing policy. So how do we teach that group of people the citizen-centricity and how to solve their problems. We have spent most of our time in railways and postal service to create a sewak, rather than regulators. So we teach them how to be citizen-centric in the 10-20 points of conflicts that occur in a day.  

If we consider the other extreme, then we get a balanced idea. When we work with certain departments, they often demand to train all their officers on how to write a good memo. Even this is fundamental to government work, so on those areas we have started the course basics on how to write a memo.   

The Prime Minister has spoken about the citizen-centric approach being the soul of Mission Karmayogi. India is a large and diverse polity, so how do you foresee this being operationalised – making it citizen centric? 

AZ:  A very interesting thing was told by the Honorable Prime Minister when we informed him that it is a very complicated task – the Hon’ble Prime Minister said that whenever we have tried to change everything, nothing changes. So why don’t we focus on one task that is training of our civil services, with a focus on making the central civil services more citizen friendly to streamline our intervention. 

HJ: Globally, training has become a secondary activity. But the essence of Mission Karmayogi is that training can be a powerful tool for improving the public service delivery, to develop civil servants into new individuals, to develop the organisation as an agency to Boost the state’s capacity. So, where the citizen roles come in, when we do any training for any citizen facing staff, citizen feedback and expectation is at the centre.   

Coming to the question of generalist vs specialist and especially around the IAS it is often said that they are not specialists. What is your view on this and what did some of the surveys reflect?  

AZ: If you look at all the cadres, the IAS, IFS and 23 combined account for less than other government employees. The IAS is a very small group of people. So there are two fundamentals – one, we are not just training the IAS officer, and two it is not our mandate to comment on what they should and shouldn’t know.  

The question of generalist vs specialist does not matter. Our goal is to deliver on the ground and we have to be intensively practical.  

Does the CBC see a role for setting aspirations and become future ready for 2047? 

HJ: As I have already mentioned that any capacity building without any North Star does not give you enough results. Ultimately what are our North Stars -- they are $5-trillion economy, goals of Atmanirbhar Bharat, goals for 2047 Amrit kaal, goals of delivering citizen services, improving ease of living for all.  

What has been the response in terms of the intention of capacity building as well as the need to accommodate changes in the status quo that would result from such capacity building programme? 

HJ: The response has been overwhelming and better than what we imagined. People were waiting to be asked what they wanted to learn. We have covered more than 15 departments where we have done one or more interventions, touching about 5 per cent of 3 million civil servants. So far, we have got very encouraging results. 


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Killexams : Mission Karmayogi: Creating Path Of Action For Civil Servants

In April 2021, the Hon’ble Prime Minister launched Mission Karmayogi and a capacity building commission for civil service capacity building as a mid-career and continuous learning program. Can you highlight the triggers which would have proved to be the backdrop of the launch of mission Karmayogi?

Adil: The idea is for government and civil service to deliver what is required by the civil service for citizens and the country. Each civil servant must be equipped with the right training, capabilities, systems, and tools necessary to deliver. Adult education is different from child education. For adult learning, all the principles must be re-engineered, moving away from classroom teaching and enabling flexibility for senior officers to learn. One of the core principles is to enable systems for life-long learning for civil servants. It should be available when they need it, and it is not driven by stake rather it should be driven by their needs and requirements. That’s what we are trying to achieve through mission Karmayogi. It is not a single program, rather it is an approach.

Hemang: India’s vision for the 21st century is way beyond what we can imagine before 10 years. To meet our economic and social objectives, such as creating an Atmanirbhar India, improving ease of living for all the citizens, etc. We need 21st-century civil servants. To prepare the 21st-century civil servants to deliver on public service and national goals, we need to create an enabling environment, and that is the essence of mission Karmayogi, which is to create a path of action for every civil servant. As our Honorable Prime Minister says, “every civil servant is a sevak”. The goal of a government is Antyodaya -last mile delivery. This is one of a kind of program globally in the last 2 or 3 decades wherein we are covering 3 million civil servants who are from central services. And if we cover state civil services, then this number reaches 30 million civil servants.

So, we talk about the principles of adult learning and 21st-century skills. But at the heart is the public service leadership, analysing the real-world problems to be solved. This brings to the fore areas of digital disruption, environmental challenges, rural economy, etc. According to you, what would be the core themes when we speak of capacity building at the macro level?

Adil: First of all India has 3.1 million civil servants. It is unlikely that a single approach would work for all. So, our approach has been that if you want to create the real demand within people, you must figure out what different civil servants want and then create and curate the programs for the learning environment.

Let’s consider two extremes for better understanding. For the people on the street, the government is the police, railway ticket clerk, etc. It is not the secretary writing policy. So how do we teach that group of people citizen-centricity and how to solve their problems? That is one element. We have spent most of our time in railways and postal service, to create a sewak, rather than regulators. So, we teach them how to be citizen-centric in the 10-20 points of conflict that occur in a day. It is very specific in the 3 days of training. 1000 people have gone through the training. That is one extreme to help people do their job well.

If we consider the other extreme, then we get a balanced idea. When we work with certain departments, they often demand to train all their officers on how to write a good memo. Even this is fundamental to government work, so in those areas, we have started the course basics on how to write a memo.  

We have talked about the citizen-centric approach, and the Prime Minister has spoken about the citizen-centric approach being the soul of the mission Karmayogi. India is a large and diverse polity so, how do you foresee this being operationalized – making it citizen-centric?

Adil: A very interesting thing was told by the Honorable Prime Minister when we told him that it is a very complicated task – Hon’ble Prime Minister said that whenever we have tried to change everything, nothing changes. So why don’t we focus on one task, which is the training of our civil services, with a focus on making central civil services more citizen-friendly, to streamline our intervention?

Hemang: To carry forward what Adil mentioned, training was not considered an important activity. It is true for any government in the world. Globally training comes as a secondary activity. But the essence of the mission Karmayogi is that training can be a powerful tool for improving public service delivery, developing civil servants into new individuals, and developing the organisation as an agency to Boost the state’s capacity. So, where the citizen roles come here when we do any training for any citizen-facing staff, citizen feedback, and expectation is at the center. So, it is a demand-driven approach rather than a supply-driven approach.

Coming to the question of generalist vs specialist and especially around the IAS, it is often commented that they are not specialists. What is your view on this and what did some of the surveys reflect?

Adil: We have 3.1 million central civil services. If you look at all the cadres IAS, IFS, and 23 combined account for less than other govt employees. The IAS group of people is a very small group of people. So there are two fundamentals – one, we are not just training the IAS officer, and two it is not our mandate to comment on what they should and shouldn’t know.

When we go to the civil aviation ministry or labor ministry and ask what the immediate training needs are, it is generally something functional, like how to write a memo, etc. The second most important thing is that they said that they need to know their industry well enough so that they can make a difference. So almost every ministry is developing programs to allow their people to understand how it works. I give you 2 very good examples. Ministry of Civil Aviation said that we are regulators for airports, airlines but most of the people who work here have never been to an airport unless they are flying off, so what we got arranged is that we took a set of people from civil aviation and made them spend a week with the airline/ airport so they understand the requirements. The question of generalist vs specialist does not matter. Our goal is to deliver on the ground and we have to be intensively practical.

You have addressed the need to be future-ready, with India @ 2047 being a development dialogue for the government. Does the CBC see a role in setting aspirations and becoming future-ready for 2047?

Hemang: As I have already mentioned, any capacity building without any north star does not give you enough results. Ultimately what are our north stars? They are the $5 trillion economy, goals of Atmanirbhar Bharat, goals for 2047 Amrit Kaal, goals of delivering citizen services, and Improving ease of living for all. Overall, these are overarching goals by which all our activities or efforts are guided.

You have completed a year anniversary this April. What has been the response in terms of the intention of capacity building as well as the need to accommodate changes in the status quo that would result from such a capacity building programme.

Hemang: Response has been overwhelming and better than what we imagined because ultimately when you go to busy departments, you think that nobody wants to think about training. Rather it was completely reverse. People were waiting to be asked what they wanted to learn. In the last 1-year demand from departments was small, functional such as equipping their people with functional competencies, procurements, etc. In the last 1 year, the approach we have adopted is designing the methodology of various interventions, then starting piloting them to get quicker lessons from them and do course correction. We have covered almost 15+ departments where we have done 1 or more interventions and touched about 5 % of 3 million civil servants. So far, we have got very encouraging results.


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Killexams : Jargon counterproductive to the mission of military public affairs

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Killexams : Canada to join British-led mission to train Ukrainian recruits No result found, try new keyword!Canada will join a U.K.-led effort to train thousands of fresh Ukrainian troops. The initiative was proposed by outgoing British Prime Minister Boris Johnson in June and proposes to train as many as ... Wed, 03 Aug 2022 22:23:00 -0500 en-ca text/html https://www.msn.com/en-ca/news/canada/canada-to-join-british-led-mission-to-train-ukrainian-recruits/ar-AA10iar2 Killexams : European Space Agency unveils Shaun the Sheep as astronaut for first moon mission No result found, try new keyword!The European Space Agency (ESA) has named an astronaut with a difference for the first Artemis I mission to the Moon. Shaun the Sheep has been assigned a seat on the flight, said ESA's director for ... Tue, 02 Aug 2022 09:44:00 -0500 en-nz text/html https://www.msn.com/en-nz/news/national/a-giant-leap-for-lambkind-esa-reveals-unlikely-first-passenger-for-artemis-moon-mission/ar-AA10eMGi Killexams : ESA names first 'astronaut' to fly on the Artemis I lunar mission

A specially trained wooly astronaut, Shaun the Sheep, has been assigned a seat on the Artemis I mission to the Moon. Shaun's assignment was announced by ESA's Director for Human and Robotic Exploration Dr. David Parker.

David Parker said, "Shaun's assignment rounds off the first phase for the latest members of our astronaut corps, with Italian ESA astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti currently on the International Space Station on her second spaceflight, Danish ESA astronaut Andreas Mogensen named for his and before we introduce our new astronauts from the 2021 call for selection later this year."

"This is an exciting time for Shaun and for us at ESA. We're wooly very happy that he's been selected for the mission and we understand that, although it might be a small step for a human, it's a giant leap for lambkind," added David Parker.

Shaun will be flying on the Artemis I mission, which will be the first flight of NASA's Orion spacecraft with an ESA European Service Module, planned to go around the Moon and back. This mission is not carrying a human crew but will instead be controlled from the ground with its wooly specialist as a passenger.

Orion and its European Service Module will be launched by the Space Launch System from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida, U.S. The spacecraft will enter a low-Earth orbit before the rocket's upper stage fires to take it into a translunar orbit.

The spacecraft will perform a flyby of the moon, using lunar gravity to gain speed and propel itself 70,000 km beyond the Moon, almost half a million km from Earth—farther than any human, or sheep, has ever traveled.

In preparation for this flight, Shaun began a program of astronaut training and familiarization with the Orion spacecraft and its European Service Module in 2020, traveling to various locations across Europe and the U.S. to see different aspects of the mission. This training was documented and will be presented in a series of ESA blog posts leading up to launch.

With a desparate passion for exploring, Shaun took flight on the special Airbus "Zero G" A310 aircraft during one of its parabolic flights that recreates the "weightless" conditions similar to those experienced in .

Under the supervision of an ESA team, this flight prepared Shaun for his role as a space traveler in his film "A Shaun the Sheep Movie: Farmageddon," released in 2019. It offered insight into the rigorous training that all astronauts undertake to prepare for spaceflight, which he will now experience for real.

Lucy Wendover, Marketing Director at Aardman says, "Aardman is excited to be joining ESA in making history by launching the first 'sheep' into space. As one of the first astronauts to fly an Artemis mission, Shaun is leading the way in lunar exploration, a great honor for our wooly adventurer! 2022 marks the 15th anniversary of Shaun's first TV series, so what better way to celebrate than by traveling farther than any sheep has gone before."

Follow Shaun's training for Artemis I and preparations for the first European Service Module to the Moon here.



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Killexams : Qatar launches world-class Specialist Programme to upskill global travel trade partners

Doha, Qatar: Qatar Tourism has launched a new, interactive online training course – Qatar Specialist Programme - designed to enhance its global travel trade partners’ knowledge of Qatar’s diverse experiences and provide a recognised qualification for its global travel trade partners.

The advanced programme, which uses the latest methodologies in digital learning, replaces the current Tawash programme and supports Qatar’s mission to become a leader in Service Excellence. Available in 11 languages, Qatar Specialist Programme equips trade partners with the relevant support, knowledge, and tools to promote and sell Qatar internationally more effectively.

Comprising several modules, each focusing on a particular aspect of Qatar’s tourism offering, the programme allows participants flexibility, letting them complete each module at their own pace, supported by an intuitive, engaging educational tool. Features include interactive maps and knowledge check quizzes.

Leading International Markets, Philip Dickinson, said: “The Qatar Specialist Programme is another step towards supporting the global travel trade industry in working alongside Qatar Tourism to help drive significant growth in annual international visitor arrivals and welcoming six million visitors a year by 2030.”

Qatar Specialist Programme focuses on various aspects of Qatar’s tourism offering, covering history, heritage, attractions and experiences. Partners who complete the full course will receive exclusive Qatar Specialist benefits and insider tips, as well as itineraries and the latest information on accommodation and attractions.

To register for the Qatar Specialist Programme and become a Qatar Specialist, visit www.qatarspecialist.qa

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For media-related inquiries, please contact Qatar Tourism’s Press Office on: pressoffice@visitqatar.qa

About Qatar:

Qatar is a peninsula surrounded by the Arabian Gulf in the heart of the Middle East, with 80% of the earth’s population within a six-hour flight. Ranked the safest country in the world in 2022 by Numbeo, Qatar welcomes all travellers, and guests from over 95 countries can enter visa-free. Qatar has an incredible variety of easily accessible tourist attractions, a plethora of fauna and flora including Whale Sharks and the majestic national animal the Arabian Oryx, and most experiences are a unique combination of cultural authenticity and modernity. From iconic museums to high-rise restaurants, from thrilling desert adventures to world-famous events including none other than the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™, there is something for all types of travellers and budgets. Travellers set to transit through Qatar should turn one holiday into two with the world’s best value stopover packages, launched by Qatar Airways and Discover Qatar and supported by Qatar Tourism.

About Qatar Tourism:

Qatar Tourism is the official government body responsible for the development and promotion of tourism in Qatar, facilitating the sector’s exponential growth. Qatar is a destination where people of the world come together to experience unique offerings in arts, culture, sports, and adventure, catering to family and business visitors, rooted in Service Excellence. Qatar Tourism seeks to boost the entire tourism value chain, grow local and international visitor demand, attract inward investment, and drive a multiplier effect across the domestic economy. The Qatar Tourism Strategy 2030 sets an ambitious target to attract over six million international visitors a year by 2030, making Qatar the fastest growing destination in the Middle East. 

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