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Transcript: Most employers recognize being a scout as an excellent point to put on resumes The U.S. military awards former scouts an automatic promotion if they were Eagle The president addresses the BSA at every national jamboree Charity Work The Scout Association, founded by Baden-Powell in England in 1907 Popularity spread to the U.S. with the B.S.A., which started in 1910 Today, 160 countries have Scout organizations For boys 10-18 Build teamwork, leadership skills Outdoors, camping skills Fishing, gun safety, first aid Community service Promote pride in the nation Promote community service Advancing in rank requires 6 hrs each time Anything that the BSA benefits from doesn't count Annual Scouting for Food Park trash pick-up Eagle (the highest rank) requires a large service project to be planned by yourself Don't allow gays or atheists to join Some national council leaders are fighting to change this Kept files of ex leaders suspected to be pedophiles Always reported confirmed cases to the police Requires all adult leaders take Youth Protection Training, to be wary of suspicious activity Baden-Powell Goals Boy Scouts of America and Sea Scouts Controversy Origin Famous Scouts Now includes Cub-, Venture-, National Recognition
Transcript: Scouting was first founded by a British Officer, Robert Stephenson Smyth Baden-Powell, while stationed in India. He wrote a book, “An Aid to Scouts”, that helped his men prepare for the frontier. When he got back home, he was surprised to see boys acting and relying on the book, and it created an idea for the program of Boy Scouts In the U.S., Scouting was incorporated in 1910, founded after a cretin incident. An American businessman and publisher was lost in the fog one night, when a young scout approached him and offered to help. William D. Boyce was intrigued and impressed by the boys incorporate in being a scout. After they reached his destination, William tried to tip the boy, but he refused saying that he wanted to do a Good Turn. Thoroughly impressed, he brought the idea of scouting and founded it in the U.S. on February 8th. Scouting today has changed from 1910 to now. The principles remain the same though, to grow character, citizenship skills and physical fitness. This was to prepare youth to help them later on in life, gaining qualities in all three categories to help them. Scouting is one the biggest organizations in America, sizing about 2.7 million in membership. They hold a national Jamboree every four years, where approximately 45,000 scouts and leaders gather. Scout Camp is my personal favorite in all of the things you can do in Scouting. It's a full week of living in a tent (yes, full of critters) in the blistering heat of Texas summer. You get to attend classes to earn merit badges to help you achieve Eagle Scout (the highest rank in scouting). It's my favorite thing to do because I teach. I teach COPE and Climbing. In COPE, (Challenging Outdoor Participant Exercise) I teach high elements and low elements. In Climbing, I run the Tower with belay and repealing. Generally, I teach 12-14 year scouts. High Adventure is for Varsity Scouts (ages 14-18). Instead of going to scout camp, we plan out what were going to do. Last year, we did rock climbing. This year (unfortunately) we will be doing a 50 mile hike in New Mexico. The goal is to incorporate leaders into organizing the scouts instead of adults. High Adventure is meant to let us grow into unity as a patrol. High Adventure USA Scouting Scouting Today Citations Scout Camp Beginning- Scouting.org- http://www.scouting.org/scoutsource/cubscouts/leaders/about/history.aspx http://www.scouting.org/scoutsource/sitecore/content/scouting/jota.aspx http://www.scouting.org/Visitor.aspx Scouting
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Transcript: BSA Bernardino Bila / BSO BSO Our Company Banking Supervision Application Support Office Responsible to maintain the BSA application up and running History History BSO is the support office for the BSA, a web based bank supervision system, responsible for monitoring the financial performance and operations of banks in order to ensure that they are operating safely and soundly and following rules and regulations. Established 1997 V1.0 2003 V2.1 2008 V3.0 2012 BSA Portal 2014 V4.0 JUL 2018 BSO is the support office for BSA (Bank Supervision Application), a web based bank supervision system, responsible for monitoring the financial performance and operations of banks in order to ensure that they are operating safely and soundly and following rules and regulations. BSA Project was initiated in 1997 driven by the SADC Central Banks Information Technology Forum (IT Forum), Kenya and Uganda, with the aim of harmonizing the Banking Supervision functions within the Central Banks BSA Governance BSA Governance Stakeholders (Bank Supervision & ICT Directores) Execute Committee & Chairperson Head of BSO BSO Manager User Group ICT & System BSO Developers BSO Administrative Person BSO Consultants Modus Operandi Modus Operandi Stakeholders Held at least once per year Consider any business brought before it by the BEC; Annual budget, work plan and accounts; Election of BEC members; BEC Held at least twice per year Provide the stakeholders with operational and financial plans Provide status reports on the financial and operational activities of the BSO Discuss other issues relevant to the BSA application User Group Held at least twice per year Provide the stakeholders with operational and financial plans Provide status reports on the financial and operational activities of the BSO Discuss other issues relevant to the BSA application Held at least once per year when a new BSA is in development Provide technical support for BSO staff Validate of the new BSA version Expert Group Who is usinig BSA Who is Using BSA Africa central banks and other Regulatory Entities. Countries Countries Ethiopia Mozambique Madagascar Zimbabwe Zambia Malawi Uganda Swaziland Leshoto DRC Cape Verde Burundi Kenya Entities Entities Central Banks Regulatory Authorities In portifolio In portifolio BSA Our Product Banking Supervision Application Background Background BSA it not a commercial product Quality is not issue Product growth is determined by supervisory entities The Product was specifically developed for Supervisory Entities; The solution is supported by subscribed Supervisory Entities; The Support Business Model is not profit oriented. The product was developed by Central Banks expertise with the requirement received from Banking supervision Subcommittee, which means that the quality of the product is not questionable. Already improved from Version 1.0 to 3.0 and in 2018 will be deployed version 4.0; BSA Portal launched in June/2014; BSA mobile version released in Dec/2014 Modules Modules BSA BSS Portal RASS IISS Responsible for administrative activities of the supervision function Licensing On-inspections Off-site analysis Workflows Enforcement Action Designed for support and marketing BSA licensing Marketing BSA Issue troubleshooting Solutions sharing Documents sharing Issue submission and resolution Responsible for automating financial analysis and processing of statistical returns from financial institutions Creation of returns Customized reports Ratios and benchmarks Responsible for automating financial analysis and processing of statistical returns from financial institutions Creation of returns Customized reports Ratios and benchmarks Components Components BSA Bankig Supervision System Risk Analysis Automation System Institution Information Submission System Portal Marketing Newsletter User Support & Issue Tracking Meeting, Events & Surveys Download System Documents FAQs and knowledge Base Foruns & User Testimonials Manage the Supervisory Infrastructure Licencing Institutions through a workflow Off-site Analysis, On-site Inspections Enforcement Actions Institution Details, Branches and Shareholders Reports Creation of Returns, Ratios & Benchmarks Cross Tables, Ratios & Benchmark Reports Report & Dashboard Customization Submitted Financial Information Defining Submission Settings Download Return Templates Financial Information Submission Notification About Submitted Returns Notificationo About Returns to be Submitted Correspondence Customer Protection System Complaints Submission Appeal Submission Reports How may you be working How may you be working Partially automated Partially automated Receiving files via Email or another comunication means Analysing the information manually Our Proposal Our Proposal Completelly Automated Completelly Automated Licencing Institutions; Defining Returns; Receiving returns from supervised institution; BSA Customizing reports based on submitted returns; Creating Prediction & Dashboards; Ratios for Early How?
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Transcript: delaying entry to graduate labour market living away from home moulding, converting and coasting Singapore: Everyone’s sort of got the same skills and talents. (Mike, UK) Fieldwork we are all in the same boat reputational capital I believe its important to know what I want out of a job first, and then do university education in line with what I want to get out of a career. I mean its quite hard to derive something good out of a university education if I just go into a course without knowing what I want to get out of it at the end. (Val, Singapore) Plans for the future Esther Muddiman Supervisors: Prof. Phillip Brown and Dr. Finn Bowring understanding the world better Britain: (Britain) Britain link between education and economy different employment rates structure of opportunities individualist vs. collectivist lack of welfare provision degree as a form of capital meeting new people maximising your potential whole uni experience Britain: It’s just the label of someone who’s gone to university and given themselves three years extra education. I’m not sure how much extra knowledge I’m actually going to come out of university with compared with three years ago. I think literally it’s something that you put on your CV as something you’ve done, and employers are going to pick that up and see that you’ve got a degree and I think that kind of separates you from people that don’t have a degree. (David, UK) I think I will remember skills more than knowledge, because knowledge somehow just disappears over time, unless I constantly revise it. I guess its more of the interpersonal skills, working with people in groups, and also how to look at things in different perspectives. (Isobel, Singapore) stratified opportunities Approaches to learning Oh goodness knows! No idea! Um hopefully have a job coming up [laughs], maybe do a bit of traveling, I'm not really sure. (Gavin, UK) email@example.com DELAYING: pro-active approaches less-specific Research Context Time at university as personally rewarding I don’t think I will remember it all, I mean even things that I studied one or two years ago I have completely forgotten about I guess. (Val, Singapore) whole uni experience Learning Equals Earning: student understandings of success in Britain and Singapore At the end of the day, if you can get a 2:1 in your degree then you’ve got a chance at pretty much any job. I don’t think I’ve ever seen, not in any of the jobs I’ve been looking at, anybody ever ask for a first. So there doesn’t seem any point in pushing yourself to do lots of extra work just to get a first if it’s not going to get you any long term advantage. (Glynn, UK). ‘I do what I have to do’ (Jess, UK) widely felt across sample (Singapore) Initial findings I have 40-50 years to be in the job, so another year out might not hurt. (Kate, UK) broadening horizons I guess you just develop social skills that you wouldn't develop if you were just, say, living at home and had your own job and you'd probably be with the same friends you were with at school, you meet people from all different backgrounds here (Mike, Cardiff) Well I’ve definitely grown up quite a bit, but again I think that’s just being independent, living away from home, having to do things for yourself. I think that’s the main thing - being independent and fending for yourself. I feel a lot more comfortable than I did three years ago. That’s just the experience of living away (Glynn, UK) Context practices of differentiation easily forgettable differentiating yourself from the crowd knowledge is widely accessible and Singapore site for self-development Knowledge economy and emphasis on 'employability' 'Learning equals earning' Rise of instrumental or acquisitive learning? Learners as consumers? Learners as future workers? Space for critical engagement? STRATEGIZED: I'm doing ok, I got a 2.1 last year. I know I could probably do better than I am, because my attendance is pretty poor at the moment, I think it has been for the last two years actually. I am kind of getting the grades that I want, like I'm getting mid 2.1s, so I suppose I probably could do better but I am happy coasting...if I come out with a 2.1, which is what I want, then I'll be happy with that. (Pete, UK) I'm more open to new ideas now (Jill, Singapore) mapping these findings onto existing debates about instrumental learning exploring gender/subject area distinctions Possible interpretations... lack of discussion of social elements COMPETITIVE PRESSURE: more content related wait and see Obviously going to an established university with a pretty good reputation - employers can get a look at that and can see that he’s gone through it, he’s done quite well. So I think that gives me an advantage. (Glynn, Cardiff) interpreted in distinct ways Working hard will only get you the grades…in our course, business, it’s really a lot more than just grades, so I would say that you have to work hard, but to succeed in the course you definitely have to do
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