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The bakery option on a new advanced diploma in Artisan Food Production is over-subscribed as people look to retrain and set up their own businesses.The School of Artisan Food in Nottinghamshire is now accepting applications for the two-year full-time advanced diploma, which begins in September, with students able to specialise in baking cheese-making, butchery or brewing. “We can take a maximum of 25 students each year and we already have nine people who have chosen to specialise in baking. We’re looking at reworking the timetable to provide a few extra places,” said marketing and admissions officer Joe Piliero. “The feedback we’re getting from applicants is that they want to set up their own deli or café, making fresh bread each day, or their own artisan bakery.”The bakery side of the course will be headed by Emmanuel Hadjiandreou, currently bakery director at Judges Bakery in Hastings, with practical classes looking at production techniques, as well as fundamental bakery science and microbiology.
9SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr We recently asked members of one of our credit unions to share their story with us. We wanted to know in what way the credit union had gone above and beyond to serve them? We received many great stories, and they continue to come in. Not only were the marketing gold, but sharing the stories with the staff at the credit union reinforced how appreciative members are when they give 110%.Though many stories were heartwarming, none showed the dedication of this particular credit union better than this story from a member:I sincerely apologize for placing you in the middle of a heated conversation without warning, when I was at the Finance Depart at the Auto Dealership. Originally, the car was valued at $22,500 (According to the Sticker Price), after almost walking away from the whole deal, they redesigned the offer to $20,500 plus LIC-Tax-and Doc Fees . . . I completely disagreed with that price, and told them that I was going to Test Drive a BMW I liked at another Dealership, and that car was priced at $19,000. When the sales guy asked me: “How much would you like to buy the car for?” I said $19,000 out the door! They came back at me with an offer of $19,250, and I took it!The Dealership gave me such a hard time when the finance discussions started:
27SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr New stats indicate that millennials will drive the future of the mobile wallet. They are the up and coming group considered “mobile disruptors” that are reshaping the thought process of the payments industry. As wearables and mobile wallets pick up momentum with the younger audience, it’s important for credit unions to understand behavioral trends not only for payments, but also for money transfers within mobile banking.A 2015 Mitek and Zogby Analytics poll, “Millennials the Next Mobile Disruptors” revealed that 86% of millennials made purchases or conducted transactions from their smartphones. Three in five millennials already feel comfortable using mobile devices for exchanging money, both sending (61%) and receiving (63%), according to the poll.When asked what they’d like to do in the future, 19% said pass funds among friends by taking pictures of their debit cards, and 21% said they’d like to establish a budget by taking pictures of their paychecks, bills and bank statements. continue reading »
Dec 18, 2006 (CIDRAP News) – Influenza vaccination coverage in children between 6 and 23 months old varied widely across the country in the 2005-06 flu season, the second season in which shots were recommended for that age-group, according to federal health officials.Vaccination rates ranged all the way from less than 7% to more than 60% across six sampling areas, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said in the Dec 15 Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report.The CDC gathered data from immunization information system (IIS) sentinel sites in Arizona, Michigan, Minnesota, Montana, Oregon, and Washington, DC. IISs are confidential electronic systems used primarily to maintain vaccination records. The sentinel sites consist of adjoining counties or census tracts in which data are collected on at least 10,000 children younger than 6 years old.Vaccination coverage was estimated for children who were between 6 and 23 months during the entire period from September 2005 through March 2006.Coverage with at least one dose ranged from 6.6% to 60.4% among the sentinel sites, the CDC reported. The rates for full vaccination (two or more doses) ranged from 2.3% to 43.4%. The report did not list which sites had which rates.Compared with the 2004-05 flu season, vaccination coverage increased in four of the areas and decreased in two.The uneven coverage probably reflected varying promotion and reporting efforts, according to the CDC. For example, healthcare workers in one area said anecdotal evidence and previous surveys suggested that “the low reported vaccination coverage likely reflects underreporting of influenza vaccination to the IIS rather than the actual coverage,” the article says.However, the report also says that previous National Immunization Survey (NIS) estimates of flu vaccination among children have been similar to IIS estimates. The NIS combines a telephone survey of households with a mail survey of vaccination providers.NIS results for the 2005-06 flu season are not yet available. The NIS survey for 2004-05 indicated that 33.4% of 6- to 23-month-olds received at least one dose of flu vaccine, according to a CDC report released in October. That was double the rate for the 2003-04 season.The CDC made its first full recommendation for vaccinating 6- to 23-month-olds before the start of the 2004-05 flu season. Previously the agency “encouraged” vaccination for children in that group.See also: Oct 6 CIDRAP News story “Flu shots for toddlers rising, but still low”Sep 23, 2004, CIDRAP News story “Few children under 2 received flu shots in 2002-03”
On Sunday, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) said it would hold discussions that would include an option of putting back the July 24 start date or even moving the Games by a year or more.Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe told parliament on Monday postponing the Olympics may become an option if holding the Games in its “complete form” became impossible.”If that becomes difficult, we may have no option but to consider postponing the Games, given the Olympic principle of putting the health of athletes first,” he said.Abe also said calling off the Games entirely was not an option, echoing the IOC position in its statement that cancellation “was not on the agenda”. Topics : The organizing committee for the Olympics and Paralympics will be holding a news conference in Tokyo at 2.30pm local time (0530 GMT) on Monday.Canada’s Olympic and Paralympic Committees urgently called on organizers and the World Health Organization (WHO) to postpone the Games for one year.”We offer them our full support in helping navigate all the complexities that rescheduling the Games will bring,” the committees said in a statement. “While we recognize the inherent complexities around a postponement, nothing is more important than the health and safety of our athletes and the world community.”While Canada is the first country to say it will not send a delegation to compete in the summer of 2020, the Australian Olympic Committee (AOC) said on Monday its athletes should prepare for a Tokyo Games taking place in 2021.”The AOC believes our athletes now need to prioritize their own health and of those around them, and to be able to return to the families, in discussion with their National Federations,” the AOC said in a statement.Alternate Scenarios Canada’s Olympic Committee said it reviewed the IOC’s assessment of the situation and applauded it for recognizing the need to consider alternate scenarios for hosting the Games.On Friday, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau had said it was up to Canadian athletes to decide on going to Tokyo even if the Games went ahead.Canada’s boycott will add to growing pressure on the IOC to alter the schedule after criticism from a slew of current and former athletes with health concerns.”YESSSSSS CANADA!!!!!!! pulls out of OLYMPICS UNLESS IOC POSTPONE!!!,” tweeted US hurdler Lolo Jones. “OUR HEALTH IS MORE important than sport. Hopefully the UNITED STATES is next.”The US Olympic Committee said it will not be commenting on Sunday about Canada’s decision.Earlier, the US Olympic and Paralympic Committee (USOPC) welcomed the IOC’s statement but said more clarity was needed.”The progress reflected in today’s IOC update to the global athlete community is an important step in providing clarity, but our athlete community continues to face enormous ambiguity surrounding the 2020 Games in Tokyo,” said USOPC chief executive Sarah Hirshland and USOPC athletes advisory council chair Han Xiao in a joint statement.The Olympics have never been postponed or cancelled during peacetime but the IOC’s decision to even consider postponement was met with relief from several major stakeholders, including World Athletics, the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) and major national Olympic committees. The last major boycott of the Olympics was when the Soviet bloc stayed away from the 1984 Los Angeles Games, although North Korea and Cuba skipped the 1988 Seoul Olympics.“As an Olympian, feeling for Team Canada athletes and coaches who have worked so hard…I know these decisions will impact many beyond sport,” tweeted Charmaine Crooks, a five-time Canadian Olympic sprinter and former IOC member. “Health first.” Canada became the first country to boycott the Tokyo Games due to the coronavirus pandemic and Australia told its athletes to prepare for an Olympics next year as Japan and the IOC flagged the prospect of a postponement for the first time.Opposition to holding the Games in July has risen sharply in the past 48 hours, with several major stakeholders such as US Track and Field and UK Athletics, along with some national Olympic committees, calling for a delay because of the pandemic.More than 13,000 people have died globally since the coronavirus outbreak began.
Judge Kelly rejected Mr Doherty’s claims that he was forced to speed to protect his young passengers.A Donegal bus driver, who claimed his speeding actions saved the lives of children, was fined €100 after he was found guilty. Denis Doherty, from 8 Gaddyduff, Clonmany, was charged with speeding at Tullyarvan, Buncrana on March 27, last year, when he appeared before Buncrana District Court in April. The Court heard that Garda Colm Mooney was operating a speed checkpoint that morning when he detected a bus, with 46 school children on board, travelling at 69kph in the 50km zone at 9.05am.59-year-old Mr. Doherty denied the offence saying he forced into breaking the speed limit to ensure that children, either in his bus or in the cars behind him were not injured.He told the court last month that he overtook a slow moving tractor that morning but when he did a number of other cars behind him followed suit. He said had he not sped up there would not have been enough space for the rest of the cars to get in behind him.The experienced Clonmany bus driver claimed there ‘could have been a pile up’ if hadn’t taken the action he did.Defence solicitor Ray Lannon said his client took ‘fair, reasonable and necessary action’ to prevent a ‘clear threat of tragedy’.However after taking time to review the case and study case law which was handed in by Mr. Lannon, Judge Paul Kelly found that Mr. Doherty ‘had a case to meet’.Speaking in Buncrana Court, Judge Kelly he could not conceed that Mr. Dohery had no other choice but to break the speed limit on the day.He said, as Inspector Michael Harrison pointed on in court last month, there were several actions Mr. Doherty could have take to avoid an accident that didn’t involve breaking the speed limit.“For this defence to success there much be nothing else that could have been done to avoid a accident but increase your speed, but as Insp. Harrison pointed out on the last occasion Mr. Doherty could have maintained his 50km per hour speed and let the cars behind deal with their own situation.“Or he could have pulled into the Side to let them pass or the van coming in the opposite direction could have taken evasive action… Therefore I am not convinced that Mr. Doherty had no other choice on the day,” added Judge Kelly.He praised Mr. Lannon for his ‘eloquent and strenuous’ defence of the case, but he said he was rejecting the defence application.“There was a number of things that could have happened that day and I believe Mr. Doherty misjudged his actions.”Judge Kelly fined the Clonmany man €100 for speeding.JUDGE REJECTS CLAIMS BY BUS DRIVER THAT BREAKING SPEED LIMIT SAVED CHILDREN’S LIVES was last modified: May 15th, 2016 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:bus driverCarndonaghdonegalJudge Paul Kellyspeeding