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These orders, which are part of CAE's Q2 order book, include: a long-term training deal expansion on multiple platforms; a Bell 412EP full-flight simulator and training centre operations services to Abu Dhabi Aviation; an A330 full-flight simulator to an anonymous customer in Asia; a long-term deal for training 200 new pilot cadets for Air Algerie; and an agreement for B737NG training services for an undisclosed carrier in the Americas.
Owner willing to provide long-term training and assistance.
The long-term training program, initiated by His Highness Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, UAE Vice President, Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai, consists of four programs: Young Leaders, Promising Leaders, Government Leaders, and the Director General Majlis Program.
The act, titled the "Skilled Workforce Enhancement Act of 2001" (SWEA), would give tax credits up to $15,000/year per employee to small business employers on certain expenses for long-term training in highly skilled trades.
Blondie thinks the current system should do for others what it did for her: let them engage in long-term training that will enable them to have a career, not just a series of $7-an-hour jobs.
The International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers and other trade organizations, Kropke said, commit themselves to successful apprenticeships and long-term training of their members.
Long-term training programs for rehabilitation counselors to serve deaf people which began in 1955 has developed the corps of "deafness" specialists on which the vocational rehabilitation of the deaf has been able to advance.
Hadley, dean of the College of Pharmacy, was extremely pleased with the agreement and stated, "Syncor's entry into the Albuquerque market and long-term training agreement will establish strong ties between the College of Pharmacy and the industry.