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Transcript: Intimate Italian family dinner 26 reservations Family style seating but classic plating Dress Code: Black pants, long sleeve button up shirt Prix Fixe Menu, no written checks Pre-bus when possible Brandon Lopez: Clean tables, lay tablecloths, place settings, greeting guests Emily Hesse: Clean widows, create centerpieces, prep hallway, light candles Thomas Wood: Polish silverware and glass, pre-set them, place bread and herbs Pavel Fisher: Sweet floors, make tea and coffee, set up bev station, get ice Dolce Olive Oil Cake Matt: Clean pork, marinade, set up line, grill pork Kevin: Clean mussels, sanitation duties, HACCP logs Maurice: Sanitation duties, assist with pasta, HACCP logs SEO Theme and Logistics Secondi Grilled Pork Tenderloin SOCIAL CMS Expediting Procedures As each table has received all plates for each course, it will be checked off on the chart Brittany Moose, Aaron Adams, Raquel Arreola Gustoso PLATFORMS Menu Items Social . Primi Winter Cavetelli Paisley: Bread and oil, assist with mussels Charlie: Mussels (broth, lemons, plating) Trey: Clean pork, risotto, plating Kendall: parsnip puree, pasta, peas, help with pork . Briefing Presentation Antipasti Mussels in Brodo BOH Staff Floor Plan Menu FOH Info
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Transcript: PNP Entrance & Promotional Examination April 22, 2017 PNP Entrance & Promotional Examination 6:00 AM 6:00 AM Assembly Assembly 1. Report to the Control Room, sign on the attendance sheet and receive their I.Ds. 2. Inquire room assignment. 6:30 AM 6:30 AM Preparation of Examination Room Preparation of Examination Room a. Check the lighting and ventilation. b. Arrange chairs, preferably 1 meter apart with 5 seats per row, to prevent cheating. c. Number each chair continuously from left-to-right (facing the examinees) at every row to serve as seat numbers of the examinees. d. Post the duplicate copy of the RAL in a conspicuous place near the door. e. In case of examination rooms with two separate doors, the one nearest the proctor’s table should be used and the other kept closed and locked at all times. Acceptance of Test Materials 1. Receive the following from the Building/Floor Supervisor: a. long brown envelope containing the following: Two (2) copies Room Control Form (RCF), Answer Sheets, Essay Sheets (if any), three (3) copies of NAPOLCOM Examination Feedback form and short and long brown envelopes to be used during the retrieval of materials. b. two (2) copies of Room Assignment List (RAL), (original copy for signature of examinees, duplicate copy for posting) c. examinee’s index cards d. seat plan prepared by the Regional Office 2. Sign in the Test Materials Control Form 3. Proceed to Assigned Examination Room Acceptance of Test Materials 6:45 AM 6:45 AM Acceptance of Examinees 1. Strictly accept ONLY examinees who: a. are listed in the RAL b. have presented his/her Notice of Admission and any valid ID with picture. (Do not collect examinee’s Notice of Admission) c. are PROPERLY ATTIRED: that is, GOA Type B or Patrol Shirt for PNP promotional examinees, and plain white t-shirt or white polo shirt, dark pants and shoes for PNP entrance examinees. (Instruct examinees who are not properly attired to proceed to the Control Room. Said examinees will only be admitted upon his/her presentation to the Head Proctor of the Room Admission Control Form signed by the Exam Administrator. ) Acceptance of Examinees cont... 2. DO NOT ACCEPT examinees with CELLPHONES or any electronic gadgets. Require all examinees possessing cellphones or any electronic gadgets to proceed to the Control Room for proper disposition by the Examination Administrator. Reflect this in the Remarks portion of the RCF. 3. Countercheck the examinee’s application number reflected in the Notice of Admission as against the RAL. In case of any discrepancy, the application number appearing on the RAL will prevail and shall be reflected on the Notice of Admission and, later, on the examinee’s answer sheet. 4. Require examinees whose names are not listed in the RAL to report to the Control Room for proper disposition by the Examination Administrator. cont... Preparing the Examinees for the test 1. Require the Examinees to sit on their assigned seats as indicated in the RAL. 2. Require examinees to place all their personal belongings in the area near the proctor’s table. 3. Check and ensure that the examinee seated in a particular number in the same as the one appearing in the seat plan. Should there be any doubt on the identity of the examinee, report it to the Supervisor for proper disposition. Preparing the Examinees for the test Verification of Entries in the Room Assignment List (RAL) 1. Require examinees to check the correctness of the spelling of their names, dates of birth and addresses indicated in the RAL and make the necessary corrections, if any. The entry to be corrected should be crossed out and the corrections written in print above it. (The entries in the RAL, unless corrected, shall serve as the official data of the examinee in all examination-related reports/documents) Verification of Entries in the Room Assignment List (RAL) 7:30 AM 7:30 AM Distribution and Filling-Out of Answer Sheets 1. Distribute the Answer Sheets and Essay Sheets (Essay Sheets are for Police Inspector and Superintendent examinees only) to the examinees in sequential order starting with seat no. 1. (DO NOT LEAVE ANY ANSWER SHEET ON VACANT SEATS) 2. Explain to the examinees, through illustrations on the board, the correct manner of filling-out the required data (name, date of birth, application number, exam date and customary signature) on the answer/essay sheet, and the proper shading of the “answer bubbles”. 3. In case of discrepancy in the application number in the Notice of Admission, in the Index card and in the RAL, the application number in the RAL shall prevail. Distribution and Filling-Out of Answer Sheets 7:40 AM 7:40 AM Acceptance of Test Booklet Package 1. Accept the test booklet package from the Building/Floor/Room Supervisor and sign on the Test Materials Control Form Acceptance of Test Booklet Package 7:45 AM 7:45 AM Test Booklet Distribution and Test Direction 1. Warn examinees that if they are caught in possession of cellphones or any electronic END
Transcript: - Citizens - Immigrants -Families - Economy - Safety - Violence - Corrupt governments - Overpopulation - Countries economies are suffering Migration in America began with European settlement in 1600s Immigration In Europe and the United States - National Identity Cards - New population limit - - International community assist in foreign government crisis Briefing Presentation By: Kierra Lydia Hailey History of migration in U.S Citations History of Immigrant in Europe Why? Who it affects? It all began in the 1600s with Europeans migrating to get away Problems if the situation is not corrected Solutions 1) Onuh, Amara. "Migration: 30 Million Africans To Move To Europe In 10 Years." Answers Africa. Answers Africa, 30 Mar. 2017. Web. 30 Mar. 2017. . 2) Nguyen, Duc-Quang, and Stefania Summermatter. "MIGRATION FLOWS: Asylum Requests in Europe: Where Things Stand." The Muslim Times. The Muslim Times, 30 Mar. 2017. Web. 30 Mar. 2017. . 3) Presse, Agence France. "Asian Community Rattled by Trump Immigration Policies." Arab News. Arab news, 30 Mar. 2017. Web. 30 Mar. 2017. 4) Ross, Janell. "Think the United States is anti-immigration? It has nothing on Europe." The Washington Post. WP Company, 20 Oct. 2015. Web. 04 May 2017. 5) "Frequently Requested Statistics on Immigrants and Immigration in the United States." Migrationpolicy.org. N.p., 06 Apr. 2017. Web. 04 May 2017. 6) "GCSE Bitesize: Why Do People Migrate?" BBC. BBC, n.d. Web. 19 May 2017. 7) "Report: Food Insecurity Driving Global Migration." EthicsDaily.com. N.p., 16 May 2017. Web. 19 May 2017. 8) Ketchum, Daniel. "European Immigrant Crisis: The Difference Between The Immigration Issue In Europe And The United States." The Inquisitr. The Inquisitr, 25 Dec. 2016. Web. 19 May 2017. 9) The Impact of the Intellectual Migration on the United States and Eastern Europe. N.p., n.d. Web. 19 May 2017. 10) "The German Marshall Fund of the United States." The Struggle to Belong: Reflections on Migration and Integration in Europe and the United States | The German Marshall Fund of the United States. N.p., n.d. Web. 19 May 2017. 11) Nowrasteh, Alex. "Muslim Immigration and Integration in the United States and Western Europe."Cato Institute. N.p., 31 Oct. 2016. Web. 19 May 2017. 12) Manning, Steve. "CONSERVATIVE RIGHT- "Rebellion to Tyrants Is Obedience to God."" Muslim Immigration and Integration in the United States and Western Europe. N.p., 01 Jan. 1970. Web. 19 May 2017.
Transcript: Assessment and management of stroke in the pre-hospital setting Sam, Sam, Shawn, Andy, Charlie & Owen WHAT There are three types of stroke: Transiant ischaemic attack (TIA) - Ischemic stroke and Hemorrhagic stroke (Stroke Association, 2017). The World Health Organisation,( 2017) deffines a stroke as, the interruption of the blood supply to the brain, usually because a blood vessel bursts or is blocked by a clot. This cuts off the supply of oxygen and nutrients, causing damage to the brain tissue. what is a stroke? Stroke classification what comorbidities or health risk factors lead to strokes or increase the risk of strokes? why do people experience strokes? why treatment how do we assess and treat stroke? FAST campaign and treatment pre-hospital / hospital epidemiology What are the UK and international statistics on stroke death and survival chart? bla bla bla! how can we as studet paramedics increase the quality of treatment for stroke patients? how References WHO. (2017). WHO | Stroke, Cerebrovascular accident. Available at: http://www.who.int/topics/cerebrovascular_accident/en/ [Accessed 2 Oct. 2017]. Stroke Association. (2017). Types of stroke. Available at: https://www.stroke.org.uk/what-stroke/types-stroke [Accessed 2 Oct. 2017]. Sibson, L. (2017). Stroke assessment and management in pre-hospital settings. Journal of Paramedic Practice, 9(8), pp.354-361. References
Transcript: Briefing Presentation 01/04/21- UTC 10:00AM Recorded by: Shanelle Dhadra Brief by: Shanelle Dhadra Designers Gold The Design Brief Design an innovative product for the kitchen. Considering the users needs and difficulties, you should design a product which will aid the task of making a cup of tea. More specifically, for Joy who has AMD and wants to be able to pour hot drinks independently. Use your ethnographic research skills- in this brief- to understand your given persona in more detail. Your design must be aimed at the specific user group provided, using Joy as your persona. It should be three-dimensional and made from a justifiable material of your choice. The product must ensure the user feels more confident and independent in the kitchen. There is no size limit or guide for your product. Themes to consider for this project... Themes... / Sight- How will increased sight ease the task of making a cup of tea? / Mobility- How does Joys level of mobility affect her ability to pour tea? / Safety- How safe is it for Joy to make a cup of tea, with her eye condition? Persona: Joy Persona / Diagnosed with AMD / Prefers less modern style / Enjoyed travelling in the past / Likes to try new dishes inspired by the cultures she experienced in Asia More about Joy... Biography Age: 75 Living Situation: She lives with her daughter, son-in-law, and granddaughter in a 4-bed detached house. Her bedroom is downstairs due to poor mobility. Context: Joy suffers with dry Macular Degeneration this ‘is a common eye disorder among people over 50. It causes blurred or reduced central vision, due to thinning of the macula. The macula is the part of the retina responsible for clear vision in your direct line of sight’- MC. She also takes regularly prescribed medication. Just before the first lockdown, Joy had to move in with her daughter and family, as day-to-day tasks became more challenging with her vision. Before her AMD, Joy liked to read and enjoyed walking her dog, a black Flat-coated Retriever. Unfortunately now reading is not easy for Joy and due to her poor sight she is limited to walking her dog in the local area. With her late husband she was able to enjoy yearly extended holidays to parts of Asia including places like Thailand and Malaysia. Learning about different cultures and in particular trying new foods is an experience Joy wants to bring to her own kitchen. Mostly, Joy likes to spend her time socialising with family over a cup of tea or even one of her favoured Hieneken beers. She wants a product she can use in the kitchen. Examples Useful Resources Your Approach Consider the following HMW (how might we) statements: / HMW advance current AMD products to be helpful in the kitchen? / HMW make the self service of making a cup of tea safe for people with poor sight? / HMW make pouring a cup of tea easier? Project Plan 4 weeks Week 1 / Research and look into all themes to consider / Market research / Evaluate the persona information given to you / 5-7 ideation sketch pages Week 2 / All research sheets complete / 7-10 more sketch pages / Start on sketch models / Have a clear design direction Week 3 / 7-10 more sketch pages / 3 Sketch models and developing final prototype / Technical Page Week 4 / Concepts & final design sketches should be finished / Sketch models finished and final model complete / Presentation board Thursday 29th April 2021- HAND IN!
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