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Ethos of the Professional Kitchen: 25 Kitchen Rules

Kitchen Rules

This is the unspoken rules of the professional kitchen. If you have ever cooked in a restaurant then you realize that The Kitchen Code is true at the best places you have worked. And conversely, every place you worked which had lousy food and/or low staff moral had staff/management which did not follow “the code”. To reach the level of …

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9 Benefits of Medical Training Programs

9 Benefits of Medical Training Programs

According to the US Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment of medical assistants is projected to grow 23% from 2014 to 2024, which is much faster than average for all occupations. Read more about the advantages of medical training programs in this infographic from Dorsey School. via dorsey.edu

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Communication Graduates in Demand and Flourishing

Communication Graduates

The Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication Studies prepares students for a broad range of careers by providing a strong communication foundation involving speaking, listening, writing, organizational, leadership, and conflict negotiation skills as they apply to a variety of institutional and relational contexts. As a working adult, you are probably seeking flexibility. At Ashland University, we strive to provide our …

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How to Handle Emergencies more Efficiently

Handle Emergencies more Efficiently

When it comes to emergencies, General Practitioners must be certain that they apply the right way of handling patients. Failure to do so may result to serious problems. Hence, their roles are to understand and communicate effectively to ensure proper treatment. And yes, it’s hard. To help you understand, here’s an infographic presented by CME4LIFE. via cme4life.com

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Best Healthcare Jobs in California That Don’t Require a Four-Year Degree

Best Healthcare Jobs in California

San Joaquin Valley College has published a workforce infographic titled “Best Health Care Jobs in California That Don’t Require a Four-Year Degree” which addresses California’s need for skilled health care workers. Entry level health careers are listed in the infographic, as they do not require a bachelor’s degree. Also highlighted are the California metropolitan areas with the highest demand for …

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Authoring Software Deepdive

The content created by Easygenerator users (authors) consists of 40% formal / hr driven training, 23% product training, 20% work instructions and 17% of small learning nuggets. 60% percent of content is created by subject-matter experts (employees) and 40% is created by traditional instructional designers. via easygenerator.com

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What You Need to Know About Earning Your DNP From Ashland University

Earning Your DNP

What is a DNP? The DNP is designed for nurses seeking a terminal degree in nursing practice and offers an alternative to research-focused doctoral programs. Course Offerings at Ashland University •Healthcare Informatics •Epidemiology and Biostatistics •Health Policy and Advocacy •Research Methods and Evidence-Based Practice Advanced Pharmacology •Primary Care via ashland.edu

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The Great Stories of Famous Book Titles

The Great Stories of Famous Book Titles

Can you name the titles of some of the world’s classics? Certainly at least a dozen masterpieces come to mind. Crime and Punishment, Animal Farm, the Great Gatsby, Fahrenheit 451 and All Quiet on the Western Front are probably some of the titles that come to mind immediately. Have you ever wondered about the way in which these books got …

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Studying Tips For PANCE/PANRE

Studying Tips For PANCE/PANRE

If you are a physician assistant, passing the PANCE/PANRE would be a dream come true. Besides, all you want is to upgrade your skills and learn more things that are relevant to your profession and become a more competent professional. But just like other exams, you need to sacrifice and work hard in order to pass it. Study the right …

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10 Tips When Buying School Sports Equipment

School Sports Equipment

Buying school sports equipment can be tricky at times. You have to consider the quality and the price as the school’s budget is limited. So how can we ensure that the items are durable and of high quality? To help you, here’s an infographic presented by Robbins Sports. via robbinssports.com

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Punto di vista e narratore

Punto di vista e narratore

Il punto di vista e il narratore sono una delle scelte fondamentali per chi si accinge a scrivere. Nella Infografica rassiumiamo questo aspetto fondamentale della scrittura creativa via scritturacreativa.org

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How To Double Your Phlebotomist Salary

Phlebotomist Salary

Did you know in 2012, the average salary of a phlebotomist was over $12,000 less than average national wage? It’s a disheartening statistic for those looking at phlebotomy as a career. But, that doesn’t mean you can’t maximize your salary! By utilizing the tips in this infographic, you could actually earn double the national average! via phlebotomycoach.com

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What Types of Jobs Are Available in the Culinary Industry?

Culinary Industry Jobs

Jobs in the culinary arts field could introduce you to diverse cultures, an array of ingredients, and menu traditions that span across decades, even centuries. Jobs in the Culinary Arts Industry: Restaurants, cruises, corporate kitchens, school cafeterias, hospitals, nursing homes, and places that host special events like weddings and graduations are places where culinary arts jobs are located. via dorsey.edu

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25 ways to learn faster

25 ways to learn faster

So much to learn, so little time. The folks at writemypapers.org created this brilliant infographic explaining you how to learn faster. 25 techniques you can use to accelerate your learning and get much better, much faster. Let us know what you think!

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History of Social Work Timeline

History of Social Work Timeline

This infographic conveys milestones in the history of social welfare programs and the profession of social work. Milestones span the 19th and 20th centuries from early Parish outreach to the poor through National Association of Social Workers (NASW) opening membership to Bachelor’s in Social Work (BSW) graduates. via online.aurora.edu

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Academic Writing Styles (APA, MLA) Infographic

Academic Writing Styles

Academic writing styles approved by respectful higher educational institutions and scientific academies are extremely important factors you have to consider when writing any type of academic paper. The stricter the style is, the higher the professor’s requirements are. You risk failing your assignment without following appropriate fonts, margins, and, what is more critical, reference and citation style. Here is a …

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English lessons by skype

The infographics we share with you represents the online educational platform Preply. Preply is a new startup. It’s a vast online educational marketplace which connects tutors and students. We help people earn money and improve their skills. Every person can find the tutor on any subject and within the short timeframes. Here at preply.com you will quickly find English classes …

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How to Use Smartphones & Tablets to Boost Your Kid’s Education

How to Use Smartphones

With modern mobile devices and countless educational websites and apps, education becomes something modern children walk around with in our pocket. Parents, why not to take advantage of the opportunities that Education 3.0 provides? Pumpic has prepared 10 best ways to use smartphones and tablets for educational purposes in schools and at home. via pumpic.com

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The Highs and Lows of Nursing

Highs and Lows of Nursing

The thriving nursing industry is seeing a shortage of nurses. From hospitals to homes, registered nurses are an essential part of the health and medical industries. While it’s the highest growing occupation in the United States, nursing is somehow still facing a shortage that’s expected to continue for the next decade, despite available positions. via online.aurora.edu

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Back-To-School 2016 : Marketing and Sales Guide

It’s always surprising how many brands don’t take action during the back-to-school season… because it is really an unsung hero when it comes to sales. For many brands it accounts for an astounding 68% of their Q3 sales, as well as 17.2% of their year round sales!! One reason that it seems to sneak up on everyone is due to …

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