View post tag: hosts View post tag: EWG The 5th ADMM-Plus EWG on Maritime Security Meeting was held on May 29 at the Eastin Hotel, Pulau Pinang, Malaysia. Co-chairing the meeting were Ms Suriani Ahmad, Undersecretary, Policy and Strategic Planning Division, Ministry of Defence Malaysia, and Commodore Stuart Mayer, Director General Navy Capability, Plans and Engagement, Department of Defence, Australia.The Head of Delegation from Brunei Darussalam for the Meeting is Lieutenant Colonel (L) Shamsul Bahren Hj Taweh, Commanding Officer KDB Darulehsan, Royal Brunei Navy.The Meeting was briefed on the progress of the Field Training Exercise (FTX), scheduled to be held at Jervis Bay, Sydney, Australia, on 29 September to 01 October 2013. The Meeting also discussed the development of the ADMM-Plus Maritime Security Community Information Sharing Portal (AMSCIP), as well as the transition of the ADMM-Plus EWG on Maritime Security for the next cycle, starting from 2014 until 2017, which will be co-chaired by Brunei Darussalam and New Zealand. Future initiatives for EWG on Maritime Security was also discussed as the way forward in keeping the positive momentum of the remarkable progress that has been reached so far by the EWG.Prior to the Meeting, Malaysia and Australia also Co-Chaired the Mid Planning Conference of ADMM-Plus Maritime Security FTX on 28 May 2013. The meeting discussed on various aspects of the FTX, which include Identification of nations participating in the FTX as well as discussion on publication, references, TORs and documents for FTXThe EWG on Maritime Security is part of the wider framework of cooperation under the ADMM-Plus platform that was created in Hanoi, Vietnam in 2010. In addition to Maritime Security, there are four other EWGs that include fostering practical cooperation in Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief (HADR), Military Medicine, Counter Terrorism and Peacekeeping Operations.[mappress]Press Release, May 30, 2013; Image: Royal Brunei Navy View post tag: Security Back to overview,Home naval-today Malaysia Hosts 5th ADMM-Plus EWG on Maritime Security Meeting View post tag: 5th View post tag: News by topic View post tag: Navy Malaysia Hosts 5th ADMM-Plus EWG on Maritime Security Meeting View post tag: Defence View post tag: Malaysia View post tag: Maritime May 30, 2013 Authorities View post tag: Royal Brunei View post tag: Naval View post tag: meeting View post tag: ADMM-Plus Share this article
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Improve, the food and drink sector skills council, plans to introduce new bakery qualifications by September 2009. The qualifications will be publicly accredited and will mean that workplace skills will be recognised outside the NVQ structure for the first time in 20 years.Improve said it will embark on a radical qualification reform, working with employers in order to develop the most relevant qualifications for the industry, as well as being flexible in order to suit employer and employee needs. “In many industries, including bakery, some employers have found that the NVQ framework has been too rigid and not relevant enough to the needs of their workforce,” said Jack Matthews, chief executive of Improve.It is hoped the new scheme will enable people to develop gradually, building on bite-sized chunks of learning. At every level of skill there will be three different sizes of qualification, starting with an Award, building to a Certificate, and finally a Diploma. All qualifications and Units of Assessment (UoA) will be accredited under a new Qualifications and Credit Framework (QCF) and would have credit values that could be combined in flexible ways to make up new qualifications.”We want to see the first replacement bakery qualifications in place in September 2009,” said development director Derek Williams. “So we need to have finished the development work by April 2009, but there are a lot of processes to go through, from development of the qualifications to funding issues, approval and creating awareness of them.”
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IndianaLocalNewsSouth Bend Market Google+ By Tommie Lee – February 19, 2021 0 144 Twitter Previous articleSt. Joe Co. Police warn of scammers posing as a tree service companyNext articleSouth Bend Cubs announce 2021 schedule Tommie Lee Pinterest SBCSC to offer English lessons for adults Facebook Twitter The South Bend Community School corporation is offering English language classes for those 18 or older.Beginning literacy classes will teach fundamental conversation speaking and reading skills for local residents interested in learning English.ABC 57 reports that the classes will also focus on everyday life skills, including using money, speaking to doctors, computer literacy skills and more.For more information or to sign up, visit this website or call (574) 393-5801. WhatsApp Google+ Facebook Pinterest WhatsApp
WASHINGTON (AP) — Federal law enforcement officials are examining a number of threats aimed at members of Congress as the second trial of former President Donald Trump nears.,That’s according to a U.S. official briefed on the matter who spoke to The Associated Press on Sunday.,Part of the concern is ominous chatter about killing legislators or attacking them outside of the U.S. Capitol.,The threats and concern armed protesters could return to the Capitol have prompted federal law enforcement officials to insist that thousands of National Guard troops remain in Washington in the coming weeks.,Trump’s Senate trial on a charge of inciting a violent insurrection is set to begin the week of Feb. 8.
COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — The South Carolina Senate has given initial approval to a bill preventing abortions on fetuses when a heartbeat can be detected. Just one Republican joined Democrats in a 29-17 vote Wednesday. The proposal likely faces a final vote in the Senate on Thursday before being sent to the House. Democrats promised a tough fight both through filibuster and any legislative machinations, but their chances appear dim. Fetal heartbeats are usually around the sixth week of pregnancy and before most women know they’re pregnant. The bill does now have exceptions for pregnancies caused by rape and incest and when the mother’s life is in danger. The House has passed similar bills previously and Gov. Henry McMaster says he’ll sign it immediately.
As my blog entry from last week pointed out, last Wednesday was my birthday. Throughout the day, and over the next couple days, I was, of course, asked that ubiquitous birthday question, “So, you feel any different?”My answer was always, “Nope. Feeling great!” I have two small kids and a teenager. I don’t have time to feel old. I have to have a little pep in my step to keep up with everything I have going on in my family’s life and don’t have time to slow down. So, generally, I feel pretty good and don’t spend much time thinking about being over 40.But then I heard about a band called Sturgeon City. And I felt old. Or, at least, older.I was turned on to this band – a bluegrassy quintet from Richmond – when I became reacquainted with John Michael Nobile, an old friend from my days living in Poquoson, Virginia. I was starting college at Old Dominion University and J.M. was about the same age as my younger brother. He might have been in middle school. Over the next couple years, I coached J.M.’s soccer team and was often the all time quarterback in some hardcore touch football games on Evans Grove Road.Other than a chance encounter at the Blue Ridge Mountain Sports store in Charlottesville a few years back, J.M. and I haven’t been much in contact since I left Poquoson in 1994. But I was stoked to hear from him again, as I knew that he and his younger brother, Brett, were both into music, and I was especially excited to hear that J.M. was in a band. A band, as it turns out, that is damned good.And then I realized it was over 20 years ago that we met. He was a young kid. I was a slightly older kid.For a moment, I felt old.Sturgeon City recently shared the stage with another one of my favorite Virginia bands, James Justin & Co., in Richmond. Bailey Horsley, banjo player for JJ&Co., reached out to me after the show, telling me that the guys were awful nice and awesome pickers, too. That bodes well for Sturgeon City; it’s tough to root against a band of nice pickers.Sturgeon City will be part of another sweet bluegrass bill this weekend when they join Larry Keel & Natural Bridge at The Southern Café & Music Hall in Charlottesville. Keel has long been one of my favorite guitar players. A flatpicking master, Keel has worked, since his days in Magraw Gap, to push the boundaries of bluegrass and acoustic music. Keel’s willingness to bend and warp what the masses see as bluegrass is something I appreciate; Keel has taken the genre, turned it on its head, shaken it just a bit, and then turned it right side up.And I really like what Keel does when he is done shaking things up.You can catch Larry Keel & Natural Bridge and Sturgeon City this Saturday, December 7th, at the Southern Café & Music Hall. I’d like to give you the chance to score a couple tickets for free by answering the trivia question down below. You know how it goes – email the answer to [email protected] A winner will be chosen from all correct responses received by noon tomorrow, December 5th.Question – Larry won the prestigious guitar competition at what Colorado bluegrass festival?
The word fresh takes on new meaning with most Martin County restaurants utilizing locally-sourced produce and freshly caught fish, served alongside ingredients from several local and organic farms, to please one and all. As the sun sets, relax at one of Martin County’s host of lodging options, from the newly-opened Hutchinson Shores Resort and Spa to brand name hotels to one-of-a-kind bed and breakfasts. Rest easy at familiar chains like Courtyard by Marriott, Best Western and Hampton Inn — even the Hutchinson Island Marriott which offers a resort-style setting. Or, choose from one-of-a-kind boutique properties such as the Old Colorado Inn, the Historic Seminole Inn and Pirate’s Cove Resort and Marina. Smaller bed and breakfast properties and independently rented villages and cottages set the scene for romance, while RV and camping facilities – even timeshares – spell family fun. Disconnect to reconnect in Martin County, where seemingly endless Atlantic beaches span nearly 22 miles along the coast and include individual access strips that allow for more private spots to enjoy the surf and sand or larger, guard-protected areas like Stuart Beach, Hobe Sound Beach and Sea Turtle / Jensen Beach. There are also numerous beaches along the Indian River Lagoon to explore such as the beach at Indian RiverSide Park. The easy-to-get-to-area has over 77 parks and 100,000 acres of parks and conservation land ready for exploration, unlimited outdoor adventure, golf and a region overflowing with culture to welcome visitors. Located just off A1A and accessible by a plethora of scenic avenues, Martin County is 45 minutes from Palm Beach International Airport, an hour from Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport, 90 minutes from Miami International Airport and two hours from Orlando International Airport. In Martin County, you’ll find every kind of family activity to tickle your fancy, from rodeos to high-end shopping, art galleries and one-of-a-kind museums to eco-friendly sea turtle adventures and world-class fishing. Building restrictions have limited structures to four stories, preserving breathtaking views throughout the county. The natural beauty and attractions here offer up a treasure trove of activities—minus the crowds of our popular next-door neighbors. Surf, boat, sail, kite-surf, dive and snorkel on Hutchinson Island. Cast a line in Port Salerno, a fishing village where award-winning seafood tempts the pickiest of palates. Stuart is known as the Sailfish Capital of the World and is also the first and only Florida town to be named “America’s Happiest Seaside Town” by Coastal Living Magazine. Every Sunday you can enjoy the thriving Stuart Green Market and enjoy a free outdoor concert. Visit Jensen Beach, formerly the Pineapple Capital of the World, where the pineapple influence is still evident and every Thursday features the free Jammin’ Jensen outdoor gathering. Explore the rich, agricultural legacy of Indiantown, an area that welcomes the inner cowboy in everyone with cattle ranches, rodeos and thriving farms. Connect with nature at Jonathan Dickinson State Park on Hobe Sound. Step back in time on Jupiter Island with a visit to the famous Blowing Rocks Preserve.