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CISO Tradecraft
#96 - The 9 Cs of Cyber

CISO Tradecraft

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 30:33


Ahoy! and welcome to another episode of CISO Tradecraft -- the podcast that provides you with the information, knowledge, and wisdom to be a more effective cyber security leader.  My name is G. Mark Hardy, and today we're going to -- talk like a pirate.  ARRR As always, please follow us on LinkedIn, and make sure you subscribe so you can always get the latest updates. On today's episode we are going to talk about the 9 Cs of Cyber Security.  Note these are not the 9 Seas that you might find today, the 19th of September, which happens to be the 20th annual International Talk like a Pirate Day.  They are the nine words that begin with the letter C (but not the letter ARRR): Controls, Compliance, Continuity, Coverage, Complexity, Competency, Communication, Convenience, Consistency. Please note that this talk is inspired by an article by Mark Wojtasiak from Vectra, but we have modified the content to be more aligned with our thoughts at CISO Tradecraft. Now before we go into the 9 Cs, it's important to understand that the 9 Cs represent three equal groups of three.  Be sure to look at the show notes which will link to our CISO Tradecraft website that shows a 9-box picture which should make this easier to understand.  But if you're listening, imagine a three-by-three grid where each row corresponds to a different stakeholder.  Each stakeholder is going to be concerned with different things, and by identifying three important priorities for each, we have our grid.  Make sense?  Okay, let's dig in. The first row in our grid is the focus of Executive Leaders. First, this group of executives such as the CEO, CIO, and CISO ensure that the IT controls and objectives are working as desired.  Next, these executives want attestations and audits to ensure that compliance is being achieved and the organization is not just paying lip service to those requirements.  Thirdly, they also want business continuity.  IT systems must be constantly available despite attacks from ransomware, hardware failures, and power outages. The second row in our grid is the focus of Software Development shops. This group consists of Architects, Developers, Engineers, and Administrators.  First, they need to ensure they understand the Coverage of their IT systems in asset inventories -- can we account for all hardware and software.  Next, developers should be concerned with how Complexity in their environment can reduce security, as these tend to work at cross-purposes.  Lastly, developers care about Competency of their teams to build software correctly; that competency is a key predictor of the end quality of what is ultimately produced. The third and final row in our grid is the focus of Security Operations Centers. This group consists of Incident Handlers and Responders, Threat Intelligence Teams, and Business Information System Officers commonly known as BISOs.  They need to provide clear communication that informs others what they need to do, they need processes and tools that enable convenience so as to reduce friction.  Finally, they need to be consistent.  No one wants a fire department that only shows up 25% of the time. So now that we have a high-level overview of the 9 C's let's start going into detail on each one of them.  We'll start with the focus of executive leaders.  Again, that is controls, compliance, and continuity. Controls- According to James Hall's book on Accounting Information Systems[i], General Computer Controls are "specific activities performed by persons or systems designed to ensure that business objectives are met." Three common control frameworks that we see inside of organizations today are COBIT, COSO, and ITIL. COBIT®, which stands for The Control Objectives for Information Technology was built by the IT Governance Institute and the Information Systems Audit and Controls Organization, better known as ISACA®.  COBIT® is primarily focused on IT compliance, audit issues, and IT service, which should not be a surprise given its roots from ISACA® which is an Audit and Controls organization.  Overall, COBIT® 2019, the latest version, is based on the following six principles[ii] (note that the prior version, COBIT® 5[iii], had five): Provide stakeholder value Holistic approach Dynamic governance system Governance distinct from management Tailored to enterprise needs End-to-end governance system COSO  stands for The Committee of Sponsoring Organizations of the Treadway Commission.  Their latest version is the 2017 Enterprise Risk Management - Integrated Framework, which is designed to address "enterprise risk management and the need for organizations to improve their approach to managing risk to meet the demands of an evolving business environment.[iv]"  COSO states that internal controls are a PROCESS, effected by leadership, to provide reasonable assurance with respect to effectiveness, reliability, and compliance[v].  The framework consists of five interrelated principles[vi]: Governance and culture Strategy and objective-setting Performance Review and revision, and Information, communication, and reporting To support these principles, COSO defines internal controls as consisting of five interrelated components: Control environments, Risk Assessments, Control Activities, Information and Communication, and Monitoring Activities. The third framework is ITIL®, which stands for Information Technology Infrastructure Library. First published in 1989 (the latest update is 2019/2020), ITIL® is managed and maintained by AXELOS, a joint venture between the Government of the United Kingdom and PeopleCert, which acquired AXELOS in 2021. According to their website[vii], "ITIL 4 is an adaptable framework for managing services within the digital era.  Through our best practice modules, ITIL 4 helps to optimize digital technologies to co-create value with consumers, drive business strategy, and embrace digital transformation." (Talk about buzzword compliance).  ITIL® 4 focuses on process and service management through service strategy, service design, service transition, service operation, and continual service improvement.  What is interesting is that there is no third-party assessment of ITIL® compliance in an organization, only individual certification. At the end of the day an organization needs to pick one of these popular control frameworks and show controls are being followed.  This isn't just a best practice; it's also required by Sarbanes Oxley.  SOX has two sections that require control attestations that impact cyber.  Section 302 requires corporate management, executives, and financial officers to perform quarterly assessments which: Evaluate the effectiveness of disclosure controls, Evaluate changes in internal controls over financial reporting, Disclose all known control deficiencies and weaknesses, and Disclose acts of fraud. Since financial services run on IT applications, cybersecurity is generally in scope for showing weaknesses and deficiencies.  SOX Section 404 requires an annual assessment by both management and independent auditors.  This requires organizations to: Evaluate design and operating effectiveness of internal controls over financial reporting, Disclose all known controls and significant deficiencies, and disclose acts of fraud. Once we understand the requirements for controls, we need to be Compliant. Compliance is the second C we are discussing today.  Remember the CFO and CEO need to produce annual and quarterly reports to regulators such as the SEC.  So, if you as a CISO can help them obtain a clean bill of health or fix previous audit findings, you help the business. A useful tool to consult in terms of compliance is a concept from the Institute of Internal Auditors known as the three lines model or three lines of defense[viii].  This model has as a foundation six principles: Governance Governing body roles Management and first- and second-line roles Third line roles Third line independence, and Creating and protecting value The first line of defense is the business and process owners who maintain internal controls.  You can think of a software developer who should write secure software because there is an IT Control that says so.  That developer is expected to run application security scans and vulnerability scans to find bugs in their code.  They are also expected to fix these issues before releasing to production.  The second line of defense are elements of an organization that focus on risk management and compliance.  Your cyber team is a perfect example of this.  If the developer doesn't fix the application vulnerabilities before sending code to production, then the company is at risk.  Cyber teams generally track and report vulnerability findings to the business units to ensure better compliance with IT controls. Finally, the third line of defense is internal audit.  Internal audit might assess an IT control on secure software development and say we have an issue.  The developers push out bad code with vulnerabilities.  Cyber tells the developers to fix, yet we are observing trends that the total vulnerabilities are only increasing.  This systemic risk is problematic, and we recommend management comply with the IT controls by making immediate fixes to this risky situation. Now, other than the observation that the ultimate line of defense (internal auditors) is defined by the Institute of Internal Auditors (no conflict of interest there), note that internal auditors can report directly to the board.  Developers and CISOs typically cannot.  One of the most powerful weapons in an auditor's toolbox is the "finding."  The U.S. Code defines what represents a finding[ix] in the context of federal awards, to include: Significant deficiencies and material weaknesses in internal control and significant instances of abuse Material noncompliance with the provisions of Federal statutes or regulations Known questioned costs, specifically identified by the auditor, greater than $25,000 for a type of compliance requirement Internal auditors have both a mandate from and access to the board to ensure that the organization meets compliance requirements.  So, if you've been unsuccessful in getting funding for what you consider a critical security asset, maybe, just maybe, you casually point that out to the auditors so that it ends up in a finding.  After all, findings get funded.  Don't get caught, though, or you'll have some explaining to do to your boss who previously turned you down. Management cares a lot about Continuity. Remember, if the business is down, then it's not making money, and it's probably losing money by the hour.  If the business isn't making money, then they can't pay for the cyber department.  So, among your goals as a cyber executive is to ensure the continuity of revenue-generation services.  To start, you must identify what those activities are and find ways to protect the services by reducing the likelihood of vulnerabilities found in those systems.  You also need to ensure regular backup activities are occurring, disaster recovery exercises are performed, Business Continuity Plans are tested, and tabletops are executed.  Each of these activities has the potential to identify gaps which cause harm to the continuity that executives care about. How do you identify revenue-generating elements of the business?  Ask.  But do your homework first.  If you're a publicly traded company, the annual report will often break out lines of business showing profit and loss for each.  Even if it's losing money today, it still may be vital to the organization.  Think, ahem, about your department -- you're probably not making a profit for the company in the security suite, but your services are definitely important.  Look at the IT systems that support each line of business and assess their criticality to the success of that business component.  In today's digitized workplace, the answer will almost always be "yes," but since you don't have unlimited resources, you need to rack and stack what has to be protected first.  A Business Impact Analysis, or BIA, involves meeting with key executives throughout the organization, assessing the importance and value of IT-supported business processes, ranking them in the order in which they need to be assured, and then acting on that knowledge.  [I thought we had done an episode on BIA, but I checked back and couldn't find one.  So, expect to learn more about that in a future episode.] Backups and disaster recovery exercises are a must in today's world of ransomware and surprise risks, but make sure that you're not just hand-waving and assuming that what you think is working really is working.  Do what I call "core sampling" -- get with your team and dig way down until you reach some individual file from a particular date or can observe all logs collected for some arbitrary 5-minute period.  It's not that that information is critical in and of itself, but your team's ability to get to that information quickly and accurately should increase your confidence that they could do the same thing when a true outage occurs. Lastly, tabletop exercises are a great way to ensure that your team (as well as others from around the organization, up to and including senior leadership) know what to do when certain circumstances occur.  The advantage of tabletops is that they don't require much time and effort from the participants to go through emergency response procedures.  The disadvantage of tabletops is that you risk groupthink when everyone thinks someone else took care of that "assumed" item.  Companies have been caught flat-footed when the emergency diesel generator doesn't kick in because no one in the tabletop tests ever thought to check it for fuel, and the tank was empty.  Things change, and there's nothing like a full-scale test where people have to physically go to or do the things they would in a true emergency.  That's a reason why kids in school don't discuss what to do in a fire drill, they actually do what needs to be done -- get out of the building.  Be careful here you don't have a paper tiger for a continuity plan -- it's too late when things start to come apart to realize you hadn't truly done your homework. Those are the three Cs for executives -- controls, compliance, and continuity.  Now let's move on to developers. If you remember, the three Cs for developers are coverage, complexity, and competency. Developers need to care about Coverage. When we talk about coverage, we want to ensure that we know everything that is in our environment.  That includes having a complete and up-to-date asset inventory, knowing our processes are free from security oversight, as well as ensuring that our security controls are deployed across all of our potential attack surfaces.  "We've got your covered" is usually considered reassuring -- it's a statement that someone has thought of what needs to be protected. Specifically, our technical team members are the only ones who can generally tell if the IT asset inventory is correct.  They are the ones who run the tools, update the agents (assuming we're not agentless), and push the reporting.  If the scanning tools we use are missing hardware or software, then those gaps represent potential landing zones for enemy forces.  The Center for Internet Security's Critical Controls start with these two imperatives.  Essentially, if you don't know what you have, how can you secure it? Knowing our processes is key.  For developers today, it's much more likely that they're using a DevOps continuous integration / continuous delivery, or CI/CD process, rather than the classic waterfall methodology.  Agile is often an important part of what we do, and that continuous feedback loop between developer and customer helps to ensure that we cover requirements correctly (while being careful to avoid scope creep.)  Throughout our development cycle, there are numerous places where security belongs -- the art we call DevSecOps.  By putting all of our security processes into version control -- essentially automating the work and moving away from paper-based processes, we create a toolchain that automates our security functionality from pre-commit to commit to acceptance to production to operations.  Doing this right ensures that security in our development environment is covered. Beyond just the development pipeline, we need to cover our production environment.  Now that we've identified all hardware and software and secured our development pipeline, we need to ensure that our security tools are deployed effectively throughout the enterprise to provide protective coverage.  We may know how many servers we have, but if we don't scan continuously to ensure that the defenses are running and up to date, we are effectively outsourcing that work to bad actors, who fundamentally charge higher billing rates than developers when they take down critical systems via ransomware. In his book Data and Goliath, Bruce Schnier wrote, "Complexity is the worst enemy of security, and our systems are getting more complex all the time.[x]" Complexity is inversely correlated to security. If there are two hundred settings that you need to configure properly to make containers secure, that's a big deal.  It becomes a bigger deal when the team only understands how to apply 150 of those settings.  Essentially, your company is left with fifty opportunities for misconfiguration to be abused by bad actors.  Therefore, when possible, focus your understanding on how to minimize complexity.  For example, instead of running your own containers on premises with Kubernetes, try using Amazon Elastic Container Services.  There's a significant amount of configuration complexity decrease.  In addition, using cloud-based services give us a lot of capabilities -- elastic scaling, load balancers, multiple regions and availability zones, and even resistance to DDoS attacks.  That's a lot of overhead to ensure in a high-availability application running on servers in your data center.  Consider using AWS lambda where all of that is already handled as a service for our company.  Remember that complexity makes security more difficult and generally increases the costs of maintenance.  So only increase complexity when the business benefit exceeds the costs. From a business connectivity perspective, consider the complexity of relationships.  Many years ago, data centers were self-contained with 3270 green screens (or punched card readers if you go back far enough) as input and fan-fold line printer generated paper as output.  Essentially, the only connection that mattered was reliable electrical power. Today, we have to be aware of what's going on in our industry, our customers, our suppliers, consumers, service providers, and if we have them, joint ventures or partners.[xi]  This complex web of competing demands stretches our existing strategies, and sometimes rends holes in our coverage.  I would add to that awareness, complexity in our workforce.  How did COVID-19 affect your coverage of endpoints, for example?  Most work-from-home arrangements lost the benefit of the protection of the enterprise security bubble, with firewalls, scanners, and closely-manage endpoints.  Just issuing a VPN credential to a developer working from home doesn't do much when junior sits down at mom's computer to play some online game and downloads who-knows-what.  Consider standardizing your endpoints for manageability -- remove the complexity.  When I was in the Navy, we had exactly two endpoint configurations from which to choose, even though the Navy-Marine Corps Intranet, or NMCI, was the largest intranet in the world at the time.  Although frustrating when you have to explain to the admiral why his staff can't get fancier computers, the offsetting benefit is that when an emergency patch has to get pushed, you know it's going to "take" everywhere. Number six is Competency -- another crucial skill for developers. If your organization doesn't have competent developers, then more vulnerabilities are going to emerge.  So how do most other industries show competencies?  They use a licensure and certification process.  For example, teenagers in the United States must obtain a driver's license before they are legally approved to drive on their own.  Nearly all of us have been through the process -- get a manual when you get a learner's permit, go to a driving school to learn the basics, practice with your terrified parents, and after you reach the minimum age, try not to terrify the DMV employee in the passenger seat.  In the UK, the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency recommends a minimum of 47 hours of lessons before taking the driving test, which still has only a 52% pass rate on the first attempt[xii]. Now ask yourself, is developing and deploying apps riskier than driving a car?  If so, consider creating a Developer Driver's License exam that identifies when developers are competent before your company gives them the SSH keys to your servers.  Before your new developer sits for the exam you also need to provide the training that identifies the Rules of the Road.  For example, ask: When a new application is purchased, what processes should be followed? When are third party vendor assessments needed?  How does one document applications into asset inventory systems and Configuration Management Databases? If you can build the Driver's Education Training equivalent for developer and measure competency via an exam, you can reduce the risk that comes from bad development and create a sense of accomplishment among your team. So, to summarize so far, for executives we have controls, compliance, and continuity, and for developers we have coverage, complexity, and competency.  It's now time to move to the last three for our security operations center:  clarity, context, and community. The seventh C is Communication. Let's learn from a couple quotes on effective communication. Peter Drucker said, “The most important thing in communication is hearing what isn't said.”  When you share an idea do you look at the person you are informing to see if they understand the idea?  What body language are you seeing?  Are they bored and not facing you, are they engaged and leaning in and paying close attention, or are they closed off with arms crossed?  We've probably all heard the term "active listening."  If you want to ensure the other party understands what you're saying (or if you're trying to show them you understand what they are saying), ask the listener to repeat back in their own words what the speaker has just said.  You'd be amazed how few people are needed to play the game of "telegraph" and distort a message to the point it is no longer recognizable. George Bernard Shaw said, “The single biggest problem in communication is the illusion that it has taken place.”  When you present a technical topic on a new risk to executives, ask questions to ensure they understand what you just shared.  If you don't do so, how do you know when you might be overwhelming them with information that goes right over their heads.  There's always the danger that someone will not want to look stupid and will just nod along like a bobblehead pretending to understand something about which they have absolutely no clue.  Richard Feynman had said, "If you can't explain it to a six-year-old, you don't understand it yourself."  Well, let me offer G Mark's corollary to that quote:  "If you can't explain it to a six-year-old, you can't explain it to your board."  And sometimes the big boss.  And sometimes your manager.  And sometimes your co-worker.  Ask for feedback; make sure the message is understood. Earl Wilson said, “Science may never come up with a better office communication system than the coffee break.”  When you want to launch a really important initiative that needs group buy-in, did you first have one-on-ones to solicit feedback?  Did you have an ear at the water cooler to understand when people say yes but really mean no?  Do you know how to connect with people so you can ask for a favor when you really don't have the resources necessary to make something happen?  Unless you are in the military, you can't issue lawful orders to your subordinates and demand that they carry them out.  You have to structure your communication in such a way that expectations are made clear, but also have to allow for some push-back, depending on the maturity of the relationship you've developed with your team.  [War story:  Just this past week, Apple upgraded to iOS 16.  We use iPhones exclusively as corporate-issued handsets, so I sent a single sentence message to my senior IT team member:  "Please prepare and send an email to all who have an iPhone with steps on how to update the OS soonest.  Thank you."  To me, that seemed like clear communication.  The next day I get a response, "People are slowly updating to 16.0 on their own and as the phone prompts them."  After a second request where I point out "slowly" has not been our strategy for responding to exploitable security vulnerabilities, I get a long explanation of how Apple upgrades work, how he's never been questioned in his long career -- essentially the person spent five times as much time explaining why he will NOT do the task rather than just doing it.  And today 80% of the devices are still not updated.  At times like this I'm reminded of Strother Martin in Cool Hand Luke:  "What we have here is failure to communicate."  So, my lesson for everyone is even though you think your communications are crystal clear, they may not be perceived as such.] Our last quote is from Walt Disney who said, “Of all our inventions for mass communication, pictures still speak the most universally understood language.”  If you believe that pictures are more effective than words, think about how you can create the best pictures in your emails and slide decks to communicate effectively.  I remember a British officer who had visited the Pentagon years ago who commented, "PowerPoint is the language of the US military."  I think he's right, at least in that context.  Ask yourself, are pictures part of your language? Convenience is our eighth C that we are going to talk about. How do we make something convenient?  We do it by automating the routine and removing the time wasters.  In terms of a SOC, we see technology in this space emerging with the use of Security Orchestration, Automation, and Response, or SOAR technologies.  Convenience can come in a lot of ways.  Have we created helpful playbooks that identify a process to follow?  If so, we can save time during a crisis when we don't have a minute to spare.  Have we created simple processes that work via forms versus emails?  It's a lot easier to track how many forms have been submitted and filter on field data versus aggregating unstructured emails.  One thing you might consider as a way to improve convenience are Chatbots.  What if someone could ask a Chatbot a Frequently Asked Question and get a quick, automated, and accurate response?  That convenience helps people, and it saves the SOC time.  If you go that route, as new questions get asked, do you have a way to rank them by frequency and add them as new logic to the chatbot?  If you do, your chatbot gets more useful and provides even greater convenience to the workforce.  How great would it be to hear your colleagues saying it was so convenient to report an incident and see that it was handled in such a timely manner.  Find ways to build that experience and you will become the partner the business wants. Last, but not least, is the 9th C of Consistency. Want to know how to create an audit finding?  Try not being consistent.  Auditors hate that and love to point out inconsistencies in systems.  I'm sure there are auditors right now listening to this podcast smiling with joy saying, "yup, that's me."  Want to know how to pass every audit standard?  Try passing the CARE Standard for cyber security.  CARE is a Gartner acronym that means Consistent, Adequate, Reasonable and Effective.  Auditors look at the Consistency of controls by performing tests to determine if the control is working the same way over time across the organization.  Auditors also look for Adequacy to determine if you have satisfactory controls in line with business needs.  Auditors ensure that your practices are Reasonable by identifying if there exist appropriate, fair, and moderate controls.  Finally, auditors look at Effectiveness to ensure the controls are producing the desired or intended outcomes.  So, in a nutshell, show Auditors that you CARE about cyber security. Okay, let's review.  Our nine Cs are for executives, developers, and SOC teams.  Executives should master controls, compliance, and continuity; developers should master coverage, complexity, and competency; and SOC teams should focus on clarity, communications, and consistency.  If you paid careful attention, I think you would find lessons for security leaders in all nine boxes across the model.  Essentially, don't conclude because boxes four through nine are not for executives that you don't need to master them -- all of this is important to being successful in your security leadership career. Well thanks again for listening to the CISO Tradecraft podcast as we discussed the 9 C's.  And for International Talk Like a Pirate Day, I do have a rrr-request:  if you like our show, please take a few seconds to rate us five stars on your favorite podcast provider.  Another CISO pointed out to me this past week that we came up first on Spotify when searching for C-I-S-O, and that's because those rankings are crowd-sourced.  It's a great way to say thank you for the time and effort we put into our show, and I thank you in advance.  This is your host G. Marrrrk Hardy, and please remember to stay safe out there as you continually practice your CISO Trrrradecraft. 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(1996).  Accounting Information Systems.  Cengage Learning, 754 [ii] https://www.isaca.org/resources/news-and-trends/industry-news/2020/cobit-2019-and-cobit-5-comparison [iii] https://www.itgovernance.co.uk/cobit [iv] https://www.coso.org/SitePages/Enterprise-Risk-Management-Integrating-with-Strategy-and-Performance-2017.aspx [v] https://www.marquette.edu/riskunit/internalaudit/coso_model.shtml [vi] https://www.coso.org/Shared%20Documents/2017-COSO-ERM-Integrating-with-Strategy-and-Performance-Executive-Summary.pdf [vii] https://www.axelos.com/certifications/itil-service-management/what-is-itil [viii] https://www.theiia.org/globalassets/site/about-us/advocacy/three-lines-model-updated.pdf [ix] https://www.law.cornell.edu/cfr/text/2/200.516 [x] https://www.goodreads.com/quotes/7441842-complexity-is-the-worst-enemy-of-security-and-our-systems [xi] https://www.pwc.com/gx/en/issues/reinventing-the-future/take-on-tomorrow/simplifying-cybersecurity.html [xii] https://www.moneyshake.com/shaking-news/car-how-tos/how-to-pass-your-uk-driving-test

Innovation4Alpha
Star Harbor: Accelerating innovation through space education, training and research (228)

Innovation4Alpha

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 33:13


Maraia Tanner is the CEO of Star Harbor based in Lone Tree, Colorado. She shares insights into the mission of the organization and how its cross disciplinary work will accelerate innovation in everything from medicine to ag-tech etc.As an example of the cross disciplinary work ahead, the CU Anschutz School of Medicine even has a space oriented medicine program described as follows: The University of Colorado Space and Extreme Environment Medicine Program is an interdisciplinary collaboration between experts in medicine, engineering, spaceflight, education, simulation, and remote environment expedition support.Star Harbor is not your typical startup with significant real estate, build out and staffing costs. To get there, it is employing a mix of public-private funding resources as it seeks to become a key resource for space training as the industry accelerates. While training astronauts and consumer passengers for missions is a part of the organization, a great deal of effort will be dedicated to certifying materials for space missions and facilitating research. The 50+ acre campus will house all of the equipment and lodging facilities required to do this in one place.

Safety Realm
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Safety Realm

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 7:40


This is part 2 to safety and health education and why it's important to have. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/anthony-jr8/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/anthony-jr8/support

ThePrint
ThePrintPod: Who is vocational education training for? Data shows over 84% Indian didn't get any

ThePrint

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 6:19


Periodic Labour Force Survey data shows the situation is worse for women. And those who got the training, almost half of them accounted for self-learning or ‘learning on the job'.

Psychedelics Today
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Psychedelics Today

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 64:52


In this episode, "Vital Psychedelic Conversations" returns with Kyle interviewing Steve Thayer: psychologist, Clinical Director of Education & Training at Novamind, and co-host of the Psychedelic Therapy Frontiers podcast.  www.psychedelicstoday.com

Safety Realm
Why is Safety education/training important?

Safety Realm

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 7:09


Most of use say "because of compliance or a citation we need to implement safety education." But, there is more to it then those things previously said. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/anthony-jr8/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/anthony-jr8/support

Center Baptist (Omaha)
Children Education Training 2022

Center Baptist (Omaha)

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 17, 2022 61:30


Training by Davy Lee on July 7, 2022. 

Random but Memorable
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Random but Memorable

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 49:55


Has a Google AI chatbot become sentient? And will a U.S. ban on the sale of location and health data make a difference? Join us this episode to find out, as we discuss everything from savory croissants to cross-site browser cookies.

Paso A Paso Podcast - New Mexico Early Childhood Education
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Paso A Paso Podcast - New Mexico Early Childhood Education

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 13:51


EP 80 - Taos Pueblo Education & Training Division Director Bettina Sandoval joins us to discuss ALL of the amazing work she is doing for our region. TaosPueblo.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/paso-a-paso/message

Vocational Voices
VET and higher education: should we push for integration?

Vocational Voices

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 30:48


Both vocational education and training (VET) and higher education (HE) offer the skills, knowledge and qualifications needed to equip students to progress their career and lifelong learning.  But given the difficulty and huge costs associated in integrating VET and HE, how do we harness the best of both sectors and maximise their benefits to students, employers and industry? Megan Lilly, Executive Director of Ai Group's Centre for Education & Training and Simon Walker, Managing Director, NCVER talk to Steve Davis about why greater connectedness and fluidity between the sectors might be better than integration.   The discussion draws from The best of both worlds? Integrating VET and higher education, published by NCVER on 25 November 2021.

Teachable Moments with April
DSP Corner: DSP Code of Ethics, Continuing Education/Training & Importance of Self Care

Teachable Moments with April

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 38:24


This episode is on a subject that I hoped to revisit & is close and dear to my ❤️! I am so excited to share it with you too! When I started in this profession & over the years I craved more connection, information, training, etc about others like myself. Let's keep the conversation going! DSP's & Paraprofessionals & The people we serve ROCK! Thank you all for being YOU! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/obsidian-queen/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/obsidian-queen/support

Digital Good Times
Black Ownership in The Metaverse w/ Earl of Black Owned NFT

Digital Good Times

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 16, 2022 57:16


It's been a copious amount of months since we last dropped off some real deal tech empowerment energy. Without further ado we are back in TwintyTwinTwin about that action  We cover everything from Bandcamp's Epic Acquisition, TikToks new SoundOn Distribution Platform, BoredApe's CryptoPunk Monopoly Moves, Joe (Biden) Byron's New Crypto Executive Order implications, and of course we get into the main subject of the pod, Black Ownership in the Metaverse with Earl Thomason. Earl Thomason is an entrepreneur, philanthropist, and a creative Born and raised in Bed Stuy NY that founded, and manages “Black Owned NFT,” and “Foundation of Freedom,” a nonprofit focused on economically empowering Black Owned businesses. Tap in ya'll. This one's a BAAAANGER. (00:00) - Start Of Show(02:19) - Special Announcement on Upcoming Education Tools, Digi Good Training(03:25) - The Music Biz + Bandcamp & TikTok are going UP! 15 Billion Record High in Revenue(05:43) - Epic's Impact on the future of Bandcamp and it's effects for Indie Musicians (Clip)(08:45) - TikTok's SoundOn Distribution Platform(12:25)- NFT's are Going Light-speed Champion & The Governments response to Web3/crypto (14:20) - BoredApe NFT Top Dog Buying Cryptopunks is a huge Acquisition for Crypto (16:20) - Joseph Byron's Executive Order for Cryptocurrency (21:44) - Black Ownership in the Metaverse with Earl of Black Owned NFT(25:37) - Need of Creating Metaverse Education Platform on Teachable(30:13) - Dynamic Shifts in experiencing the Metaverse  (ex: Horizon Worlds) in Real Time.(38:45) - The Recipe Teachable Training on The Metaverse and NFT's(41:30) - My experience in the course/training on the Metaverse / NFT's(53:10) - Plug Talk & Shout Outs, wanna help us grow the Digital Good Times Community, Join our Facebook Exclusive Community!Affiliate Link to The Recipe Course (Metaverse and NFT's Education Training and Primer via Teachable) - https://blackownednft.teachable.com/courses/recipe?affcode=1192713_q2wm_fkdBlack Owned NFT Discord Server - https://discord.com/invite/FZDBj3UbNPhttps://www.digigoodtimes.com/https://www.instagram.com/digigoodtimesSupport the show (https://digigoodtimes.com/how-to-support-digital-good-times/)

Pensacola Morning News
Kyle Cozad, Rear Admiral (RET), former Commanding Officer Naval Education Training Center

Pensacola Morning News

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 16, 2022 10:34


Inside the GENOME
Genetic Education Training and Programs for the Next Generation of Medical Oncologists

Inside the GENOME

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 7, 2022 24:59 Transcription Available


In this episode, Dr. Slavin hosts Dr. Tin-Yun Tang, a current hematology and oncology fellow at MD Anderson Cancer Center. Together, they discuss what programs and training can look like for physicians interested in genetics research and Dr. Tang's efforts in genomic research during his combined internal medicine and clinical genetics and genomics residency at Case Western Reserve University.

Oxford Society for International Development
Sustainable Development: Education, training and community-led projects with Naomi Muando

Oxford Society for International Development

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 5, 2022 17:14


How can people be empowered through community-led development? In this episode, Esther, our Europe Events Officer, speaks with Naomi Muando, the regional manager of ACET Uganda in Mbale. During the interview, they talk about ACET as an organisation and Naomi's role there. There is a discussion about the community-led initiatives designed to prevent the transmission of HIV/AIDs and reduce stigma around the disease through education. Naomi talks about the rise in teenage pregnancies following the effects of covid-19 lockdowns and how her work seeks to empower women in a very conservative and patriarchal society. Interviewed by Esther Coomber. Music by Lorcan Cudlip Cook. Find out more about the Oxford Society for International Development at oxsid.org

Time + Talent Podcast
Episode 301 - Welcome to Season 3!

Time + Talent Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2022 40:10


Tobi Johnson, President & Founder of VolunteerPro, and Jennifer Bennett, Director , Education & Training at VolunteerMatch talk about the Season 3 themes and their thoughts on how leaders of volunteers are continuing to adapt and evolve to engaging volunteers during the ongoing pandemic. Season 3 of the Time + Talent Podcast is finally here! Tobi and Jennifer are back to share exciting and inspirational stories from practitioners in the field of volunteer management. We didn't think we'd still be talking about COVID and a global pandemic in 2022, but we are, and this season highlights the organizations that are not just surviving, but thriving as they learn to engage volunteers in this new environment. We don't like to say pandemic silver linings - but we are excited to share stories from leaders of volunteers that used the pandemic as an opportunity to get creative, dig deeper into their organization's mission, and tap into the time and talent of all kinds of volunteers - including the National Guard! This season wouldn't have been possible without our guests sharing their time and talent and we want to thank each and every one of them for joining us on this journey. We hope you enjoy Season 3 - please take a moment to subscribe, rate, and review. And if you, or someone you know, has an inspirational story about volunteer engagement we want to hear about it! Submit your story on the Be a Guest page on or website -https://www.timeandtalentpod.com/ - and we may feature you in Season 4. For More: To see how far we've come, check out the Time + Talent Podcast Season 1, Episode 101, and Season 2, Episode 201. Host Bios: Tobi JohnsonPresident & FounderTobi Johnson & Associates | VolunteerPro Time + Talent co-host Tobi Johnson is an internationally sought after expert, consultant, and master trainer in volunteer engagement. She is known for her modern thought leadership, highly practical evidence-based strategies, and innovative, “big hat” thinking around engaging, supporting, and acknowledging the work of volunteers. A native of the Pacific Northwest, Tobi is a graduate of the University of Washington and has a Masters degree from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. She now lives in East Tennessee with her husband and feline office assistant, Bailey. Jennifer Bennett Director, Education & Training VolunteerMatch  Time + Talent co-host Jennifer Bennett believes that the most creative volunteer engagement happens on top of a strong foundation, and that all volunteers should be engaged in meaningful work. She relies on her current role leading and engaging volunteers to ensure that the thought-leadership, trainings, and resources she designs meet the needs of today's volunteer engagement professionals. Jennifer grew up, and still lives, in the San Francisco Bay Area, and she attended Randolph-Macon Woman's College in Lynchburg, VA.

MED-EL Podcast
CI Technology and Music for Rehab Professionals

MED-EL Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 11:11


Daniel Hofer, Advanced Research Engineer, and Melissa Waller, audiologist in Education & Training, discuss how the unique features MED-EL's cochlear implant technology supports music perception for CI recipients.  Learn more about MED-EL's Complete Cochlear Coverage and FineHearing™ here.  

The Tech Interview Guide Podcast
How will you speak about your education, training, and project work, in an interview?

The Tech Interview Guide Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 6:55


what are the best ways to prepare to answer technical questions in the interview about your training and project work?

The Raving Patients Podcast
Episode 42 - Top Tips for High Performing Hygiene

The Raving Patients Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 46:50


On this episode of the Raving Patients Podcast, Len sits down with Kathryn Gilliam to discuss her approach when coaching dental teams, and dental hygienists in particular to elevate the standard of care and maximize profits. She also believes in coaching communication skills to support teams in building solid patient relationships that lead to increased treatment acceptance. Takeaways from this episode include:  Education & Training for Hygienists Early intervention in disease Utilize technology Maximize soft skills   Kathryn Gilliam, BA, RDH, FAAOSH, HIAOMT is a Certified Biological dental hygienist and CEO and Founder of PerioLinks, LLC, an international consulting and speaking company. As an implementation coach, she is laser-focused on empowering dentists and dental hygienists to elevate their identities as oral wellness specialists who powerfully impact the lives and health of their patients and grow their practices. Kathryn is a proponent of incorporating the latest scientific research on the multiple oral – systemic links into practical clinical protocols. Her interest in the medical side of dentistry led her to years of advanced study of oral-systemic connections, including twice graduating with an advanced arterial wellness certification from the prestigious Bale Doneen Preceptorship for Cardiovascular Disease Prevention for Healthcare Practitioners. Kathryn has completed level one of the Functional Oral Systemic Health Mini Residency of the internationally renowned Exceptional Dental Courses, and in 2018, she earned a Fellowship in the American Academy for Oral Systemic Health (AAOSH). Kathryn earned certifications in Biological Dental Hygiene from both the International Academy of Biological Dentistry and Medicine and the International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology in 2020. Even after over 30 years as a practicing dental hygienist, Kathryn still loves and is passionate about her career as a dental hygienist and she feels her purpose is to love her patients back to health.   Kathryn is offering a special discount on coaching package to listeners of Raving Patients Podcast.

Wegovox- Wildcat podcast
WeGo Places- Erik Hernandez-Class of 2005- Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach at University of North Carolina

Wegovox- Wildcat podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021 44:18


Erik Hernandez Linkedin Go Heels!  UNC Profile Loyola University- Biology North Carolina State- Masters of Education-Training and Development

An Educated Guest
Overcoming the Affordability and Employability Crisis in Higher Ed with Ryan Craig, Managing Director of Achieve Partners

An Educated Guest

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2021 51:29


Todd Zipper, President of Wiley Education Services, welcomes Ryan Craig, Managing Director of Achieve Partners. Todd and Ryan discuss the crisis of affordability and employability in higher ed, along with higher ed's response to the COVID-19 pandemic and academic integrity. Topics Discussed: • The combination of student loan debt, lack of degree completion, and underemployment are a warning sign that higher ed isn't working as it should • How a shift in the labor market impacts the ability for many to get good first jobs • The importance of teaching the skills that employers are looking for and funding innovative new models that are not “education up”, but “employer down” • How the Talent as a Service model creates a faster and cheaper pathway to employment • The benefits of an immersive, practical experience paired with online learning Guest Bio Ryan Craig is the Managing Director of Achieve Partners. He is a prolific writer, known for his work as a Senior Contributor at Forbes and for his blog, Gap Letter. Ryan is also the author of two books. His first, College Disrupted: The Great Unbundling of Higher Education (2015), focuses on how he sees the future of higher education: in online degrees that unbundle course offerings. His second book, A New U: Faster + Cheaper Alternatives to College (2018), highlights bootcamps, apprenticeships, and more. Prior to Achieve Partners, Ryan led the Education & Training sector at Warburg Pincus where he was the founding Director of Bridgepoint Education, one of the largest online universities in the United States. Ryan received his bachelor's degree from Yale University, and his law degree from the Yale Law School.

Growing Forward: Cannabis and New Mexico
Education & Training | 8.28.21

Growing Forward: Cannabis and New Mexico

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2021 34:17


The New Mexico Cannabis Control Division has officially started accepting cannabis cultivation license applications, after finalizing the industry rules for that segment of the industry. Already more than 400 applications have been filed. Learn more about that in co-host Andy Lyman's latest report for New Mexico Political Report. Now, the attention turns to some of the other aspects of creating a cannabis industry, including the education and training requirements. In this episode, we sit down with Shannon Jaramillo of SeedCrest LLC. Shannon has joined us before, as she continues to work of creating curriculums for colleges and universities across New Mexico. Shannon discusses what she rules she would like to see for training in the cannabis realm, as well as what kind of students she is attracting into her classrooms. Episode Music: Christian Bjoerklund - "Hallon" Poddington Bear - "Good Times" Blue Dot Sessions - "Building the Sled" Growing Forward Logo Created By: Katherine Conley ******* "Growing Forward" is a collaboration between New Mexico Political Report and New Mexico PBS. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/growingforwardnm/message

Wessex LMCs Podcasts
Thinking again about the Administrators and Managers

Wessex LMCs Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2021 29:56


Jayne Tabor, PM Supporter, chats with Louise Greenwood, Director of Education & Training, and shares different ways of structuring the admin and reception teams. Jayne illustrates a way of introducing new managers to share the responsibilities of running the practice and suggests how you can agree pay scales.

Stacy on the Right
Episode 694: Daniél Mulherin: Education Training Volunteer for Tourette Association of America

Stacy on the Right

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2021 21:17


Daniél joins us to share how crucial it is for parents to advocate for their children (within the school system) and more importantly, teach their children the importance and the value of self-advocacy. Parents have a responsibility to be a voice for their children but to also teach their children how to speak up (and out) for themselves, in a way that achieves its goal while still remaining pleasing to God. This program is underwritten by the Alliance for Shared Health. Check out how you can cut your health insurance premiums by 40-60% by joining a health sharing alliance. ASH is that option!! Learn more... (http://www.ashcommunity.org/Stacy-on-the-right/) Please check out our newest sponsor, Thrivent Financial! Are you interested in a career with meaning and purpose? As a Thrivent financial advisor, you can combine your values, drive and skills to create a rewarding career helping others reach their financial goals. At Thrivent you'll have the support of a Fortune 500 company backed by a 100-year legacy. to explore what it means to do work that matters email david.sampl@thrivent.com or Visit Thrivent.com/careers Download our latest PDF Guide at: GUIDE: Talking to your high schoolers about politics!! (https://familyvisionmedia.org/guide) Thank you for listening!! We are live Monday through Friday from 9p to midnight eastern on SiriusXM the Patriot channel 125!!! Donate to support the show here: paypal.me/stacyontheright Or join our Patreon: patreon.com/stacyontheright Thanks and God Bless ya!! -- Spiritual Encouragement -- For I know the plans I have for you," declares the LORD, "plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future. —Jeremiah 29:11 -- Stacy's Stash! -- For links to the articles and material referenced in this week's episode check out this week's page from our podcast dashboard! -- Get More Stacy -- Stacy's Blog (http://www.stacyontheright.com) Watch the show live, download previous episodes, and more Stacy! Contact Stacy stacy [at] stacyontheright.com -- Connect with Stacy -- Follow Stacy on Twitter (https://twitter.com/stacyontheright) Follow Stacy on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/stacyontheright971/)

Stacy on the Right
Episode 694: Daniél Mulherin: Education Training Volunteer for Tourette Association of America

Stacy on the Right

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2021 21:17


Daniél joins us to share how crucial it is for parents to advocate for their children (within the school system) and more importantly, teach their children the importance and the value of self-advocacy. Parents have a responsibility to be a voice for their children but to also teach their children how to speak up (and out) for themselves, in a way that achieves its goal while still remaining pleasing to God. This program is underwritten by the Alliance for Shared Health. Check out how you can cut your health insurance premiums by 40-60% by joining a health sharing alliance. ASH is that option!! Learn more... (http://www.ashcommunity.org/Stacy-on-the-right/) Please check out our newest sponsor, Thrivent Financial! Are you interested in a career with meaning and purpose? As a Thrivent financial advisor, you can combine your values, drive and skills to create a rewarding career helping others reach their financial goals. At Thrivent you'll have the support of a Fortune 500 company backed by a 100-year legacy. to explore what it means to do work that matters email david.sampl@thrivent.com or Visit Thrivent.com/careers Download our latest PDF Guide at: GUIDE: Talking to your high schoolers about politics!! (https://familyvisionmedia.org/guide) Thank you for listening!! We are live Monday through Friday from 9p to midnight eastern on SiriusXM the Patriot channel 125!!! Donate to support the show here: paypal.me/stacyontheright Or join our Patreon: patreon.com/stacyontheright Thanks and God Bless ya!! -- Spiritual Encouragement -- For I know the plans I have for you," declares the LORD, "plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future. —Jeremiah 29:11 -- Stacy's Stash! -- For links to the articles and material referenced in this week's episode check out this week's page from our podcast dashboard! -- Get More Stacy -- Stacy's Blog (http://www.stacyontheright.com) Watch the show live, download previous episodes, and more Stacy! Contact Stacy stacy [at] stacyontheright.com -- Connect with Stacy -- Follow Stacy on Twitter (https://twitter.com/stacyontheright) Follow Stacy on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/stacyontheright971/)

Vitality Health Show
WOW, THIS IS A GAME CHANGER FOR THOSE WITH NON-VERBAL PARALYSIS!

Vitality Health Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2021 60:00


Imagine not being able to move your arms or legs – and not being able to speak. Until now, those with non-verbal paralysis had little hope of succeeding in life. Thanks to new cutting-edge technology and a group of dedicated, caring individuals, all that is changing! Our guest for this show is Ron Williams, Director of Education & Training for the Opportunity Foundation of America (OFOA). OFOA is responsible for the manufacturing, distributing and training of EagleEyes Technology, which helps individuals who are totally locked in their bodies to interact with a computer simply through the movement of their eyes. Join us for an inspiring story of how technology is giving new life to the most disadvantaged among us. Watch the show live at 10:00 am PST, or catch the podcast on-demand at your convenience.

Behavioral Health in the New Normal
Obtaining Education Training During the Pandemic - CAC 1: Nancy Butler

Behavioral Health in the New Normal

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2021 37:52


Obtaining Education Training During the Pandemic – CAC 1   – Behavioral Health in the New Normal Episode 028 with Dr. Nancy Butler Dr. Nancy Butler is currently working part time as the Director of the Catholic Charities Institute, Professional Counseling Education Program (PCEP). Dr. Butler has been with Catholic Charities since 2000 where she was responsible for the Family Centers in the District of Columbia. Previously, from 1986 to 1997, she was Program Director for the Department of Psychiatry at the Washington Hospital Center. She also founded the Therapeutic Recreation Department at the WHC Department of Psychiatry in 1980. Dr. Butler has held part time and full-time teaching posts at The George Washington University, The University of Maryland, West Virginia Wesleyan College and Prince Georges Community College. She has also consulted with several mental health and substance abuse treatment organizations. Throughout her career, Dr. Butler wrote and administered grants for adult education, substance abuse, parenting and therapeutic recreation. In their discussion they explored obtaining education during the pandemic. Here are some of the other beneficial topics covered on this week's show: ●     How recreational therapy is very important for people in recovery. ●     Why you therapists and doctors have to start where their patient is. ●     How being engaged in treatment longer leads to longer lasting sobriety. ●     Why becoming an addiction counselor requires more education than it used to. ●     How long it takes to complete the addiction counseling courses.   Connect with Dr. Nancy Butler: Links Mentioned: catholiccharities.org Guest Contact Info: Twitter @CCADW Instagram @ccadw Facebook facebook.com/ccadw LinkedIn linkedin.com/company/catholic-charities-of-the-archdiocese-of-washington   Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Asian American / Asian Research Institute (AAARI) - The City University of New York (CUNY)

The June New York City primary elections are just around the corner and there is a new way of voting this year! Learn about Ranked Choice Voting (RCV) with Rank the Vote NYC so that you will be confident in using the new voting system before heading to the polls. This voter education training will explain what Ranked Choice Voting is, why you should rank candidates, and how it works. Youll be informed messengers so you can spread the word to your friends and family, making sure that all voters are educated on the upcoming changes to our local elections.

Building Fortunes Radio with Host Peter Mingils
Wealth Makers Financial Education Training Building Fortunes Radio Peter Mingils

Building Fortunes Radio with Host Peter Mingils

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2021 34:00


Wealth Makers Financial Education Training Building Fortunes Radio Peter Mingils

MED-EL Podcast
Planning MRI Scans with MED-EL Hearing Implants: Information for the Surgeons and Radiologists

MED-EL Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2021 5:18


What is important to consider, when MRI scans are planned for patients with MED-EL Hearing implants? In this episode, Melissa Waller (Head of Education & Training) and Martin Zimmerling (Head of Implant Development) discuss important information for CI surgeons and radiologists, when planning an MRI for MED-EL hearing implant users.

Uncommon Diabetic
DIABETIC HEALTH: INTRODUCING THE 4 PILLARS

Uncommon Diabetic

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2021 9:38


The 4 pillars are the foundations to manage our blood sugars and improve our quality of life. it is a solution to help people and organizations living or impacted by Diabetes. Uncommon Diabetic is an Education Training & Mentorship Online Program to help transform lives. Do you want to show up in life more positive, more energy, more engaged in work and much healthier & happier? If you do, please check out uncommondiabetic.com this program is for you. Build a balanced and solid foundation for LIFE. Uncommon Diabetics are focused on living by the 4 pillars of health. PILLAR 1 - Uncommon Sense: Mindset & Intention Focus your intention...where focus goes energy flows PILLAR 2 - Uncommon Fuel: Hydration & Nutrition Awareness on nutrition is the first step to fuelling your body effectively PILLAR 3 - Uncommon Performance: Exercise & Movement Motion creates energy along with physical & emotional strength PILLAR 4 - Uncommon Energy: Rest & Recovery Sleep is when your body heals and grows

The Sports Performance Show
TSPS S4:E9 Gregg Slater (P.T/Education/Training)

The Sports Performance Show

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 17, 2021 56:02


Welcome to Series 4, Episode 9 of The Sports Performance Show In this episode I speak with strength and conditioning coach, former P.E teacher and RAF PTI and now head of education at Lift the Bar Gregg Slater We discuss ·        How Gregg has combined a love of education and coaching to maximise influence and reach ·        Develop a suntan not sunburn – how to return to gym training effectively and safely ·        3 x 50 – the best sets and reps scheme !!! ·        Not everybody likes vindaloo and that's ok – matching exercise preferences to training objectives ·        Hypertrophy training - The benefits of gaining lean muscle mass for all – ·        Phenomenal foundations and how to build them !! ·        The ‘go hard or go home message' – the context of being comfortable with being uncomfortable  ·        Everyone has a plan till they punched in the face – flexible goal setting and training plans ·        Lower the bar – managing training expectations pragmatically ·        Investing in your ‘physical pension' - don't become physically bankrupt ·        Don't use your i-phone as a paperweight !! – the concept of exercise specificity ·        Exercise for all – how to make exercise empowering not over-whelming  !! ·        Reduce the resistance - strategies to help you remain consistent and motivated Please subscribe and download the podcast and please leave us a review of this episode to allow us to grow and expand. And share this and other episodes of The Sports Performance Show to help us reach a wider audience Enjoy the episode And prepare to perform   Links Website - https://liftthebar.com/ and https://www.ltbtraining.co.uk/ Instagram – gregg_ltb Episode Sponsor Therabody Check out the great range of percussion therapy products and more from Therabody UK.  Percussion therapy using the range of products from therabody including the Theragun, Wave roller and accessories allow a large range of amplitudes, frequencies and torque to be applied to the tissues to attain a variety of different treatment combinations. This is based on robust and ergonomic engineering, world class research and development and advanced online education for users. So if you are after improved recovery, reduced range of motion, reduced tissue soreness and stiffness or reduced pain then go check out Therabody and their fantastic range of products. I personally use their range of products in my clinic and I'm delighted with their quality and outcomes I achieve as are my athletes and patients. You get free delivery, a 2 year warranty and you can also pay using Klarna over three easy interest free payments to spread the cost So take action and head across to Therabody's website www.theragun.com/TSPS and show support to the sports performance show using this unique affiliate link 

Excelsior Holistic Schools
Abbie's anti bullying campaign and her drivers education training tips.

Excelsior Holistic Schools

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 11, 2021 12:29


ACCP JOURNALS
Clinical Pharmacy Education & Training - Episode 49

ACCP JOURNALS

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 16, 2021 13:48


Guest editors Drs. Stuart Haines and Amy Seybert provide insight into the February 2021 themed issue on clinical pharmacy education and training. The full themed issue is available at: https://accpjournals.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/toc/25749870/2021/4/2

TECHnically Speaking
USITT 2021: The Inside Scoop

TECHnically Speaking

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 29, 2021 20:30


This week we sat down with our National Office Staff to discuss all things USITT21 Virtually Anywhere! Director of Education & Training, Christine Troscher; Sales Manager, Cody Hann; and Conference Planner Jody Harris gave the inside scoop on sessions, entertainment, education, and our virtual Stage Expo.To register for USITT21, go to usitt.org/registration.TECHnically Speaking is a public service of USITT, which seeks to have a broad conversation on topics of interest to its members, but it is neither a legal interpretation nor a statement of Institute policy. The views expressed on this podcast by guests are their own and their appearance herein does not imply an endorsement of them or of any entity they may represent. Reference to any specific product or idea does not constitute an endorsement or recommendation. Views, opinions, recommendations or use cases expressed on this podcast do not necessarily reflect the views of USITT, its Board members or employees.

North American Outdoors
Season 2 - Episode 48 - Improving Confidence and Changing Lives through Firearms Education + Training: Meet Robyn's and Hear Her Amazing Story

North American Outdoors

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 29, 2021 49:21


Meet Robyn - she is a retired educator and a trainer, who is always training with a purpose.  Hear her amazing story how she was invited to A Girl and A Gun event which changed her life!  She will share with us how getting more involved in the shooting sports has changed her life.  She not only improved her own skills, but continued her involvement and is now part of a Leadership Training Team who empowers new shooters!  She is a great Lady who will make you smile with her energy and passion!  Enjoy!!

Connect FCS ED
36-Lauren Quint of CTE Family and Consumer Sciences - Teachers Pay Teachers

Connect FCS ED

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2020 29:27


Lauren worked as a Family and Consumer Sciences Teacher, teaching courses in Education & Training, Human Services and Hospitality & Tourism. She now puts on the website, Teachers Pay Teachers (TpT). Which is the go-to platform created by teachers, for teachers to access the community, content, and tools they need to teach at their best.SHOWNOTES:•  So, I actually left education completely for a while, and I worked for child protective services for five years, which was a great experience and actually ended up being important when I became a Family and Consumer Sciences teacher, So I reinstated my teaching certificate after that, and I decided to get certified in Family and Consumer Sciences as well, in Texas, once you get your teaching certificate and you have the PPR, which is what we call in Texas, is professional pedagogy and responsibility for whatever grade levels. I was certified for Early Childhood through 12th grade, so I could teach any grade level. (2:32)•  So I've probably taught 15 or 20 different courses within family consumer sciences, so that's my history with teaching, and then as I became a stay-at-home mom, I found that when I created these resources and put them up on Teachers Pay Teachers, I was getting good response and found that this was becoming kind of a side hustle to my stay-at-home mom life, so it's just grown over the last several years, and I'm just trying to help the teachers in the classrooms the way that I wanted that help when I first started. (4:59)•  It started with just posting the things that I would make in my classroom, so when I first started, I couldn't find very much on the internet as far as resources, I was pulling from textbooks, and there was never a textbook that matched what my class was actually teaching it was all. I'd have to pick and choose and kind of puzzle piece it together, so I started making my own things, and then when I first found Teachers Pay Teachers, I would put those things on there. (9:41)•  I want to really balance trying to make this my job really, with also helping teachers and giving them what they need. Because they need it in the classroom, but I also need their ideas on what to make for them, and try to find a balance between those two things. But, there's a lot more ways that I could expand this, and I hope to do so in the future. I could create other products for family consumer sciences teachers that I've been looking into on Etsy, there's more ways to expand on social media that could help spread the word. (19:51) LEARN MORE ABOUT THE CONTENT DISCUSSED…• FCS Podcast: https://fcspodcast.com• FCS Tips: https://www.fcstips.com• Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ConnectFCSed• Twitter: https://twitter.com/Scully6Files• Instagram:  https://www.instagram.com/connectfcsed• Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/connectfcsed• Lauren's Website: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com• Lauren's Twitter: https://twitter.com/TpT_Official• Lauren's Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TeachersPayTeachers• Lauren's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/laurenquint WHEN DOES IT AIR…December 09, 2020

180PODCAST
E148: The Benefits of Podcasting for Education, Training, and Workforce Organizations

180PODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2020 17:49


Doug Cullen, Manager of Career Services at Pinkerton Academy, and Donna Smith, Video Production Teacher, CTE, at Pinkerton Academy, join the program to discuss their experience with launching their podcast, Top of the Tower. Doug and Donna share why they decided to launch a podcast, the benefits that podcasting has provided to their organization, and share advice for any organization interested in starting their own podcast.       

Irish Tech News Audio Articles
TRANSFORM Start Up and Scale Up taking place this month

Irish Tech News Audio Articles

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2020 3:16


TRANSFORM Start Up & Scale Up is taking place from November 16th to 20th. This is the second event of the new monthly TRANSFORM Series, which kicked off with TRANSFORM Health in October 2020. I spoke with Pierangelo Rosati, one of the events coordinators, about the event, and how it hopes to access business opportunities. TRANSFORM: Discussing the role of technology for start-up and scale-up companies We began by speaking about the significance of the event and how it hopes to make both a national and global impact: “Rapidly changing technology landscapes have significant impacts on all organisations. This is particularly the case for start-up and scale-up companies as technology may allow them to scale fast and access business opportunities both nationally and internationally. This event brings together academic and industry experts to discuss the role of technology for start-up and scale-up companies and how it can be leveraged to achieve success”. In terms of opportunities and what attendees can expect, Pierangelo went into detail about the perspectives and experiences that await audience members: “A lineup of speakers from both industry and academia, ensuring a range of perspectives that are to be shared during a mix of fireside chats and keynotes easily accessible on Zoom. You will have the chance to ask questions directly and discuss your personal experiences on the topic at hand with industry experts”. TRANSFORM: Key speakers attending The guest list contains a wide number of speakers from a variety of different backgrounds. The confirmed speakers include: Bernard Brogan (Ex GAA Footballer and Founder of PepTalk.ie) Ciaran Mulligan (Co-Founder of Blue Insurance and serial entrepreneur) Patrick Garry (Co-Founder and CEO of LoyLap), Maura McAdam (Professor at DCU Business School) Katherine O’Keefe (Director of Education & Training at Castlebridge) Ciara Sheahan (Founder of Orb Media) Daniel Kyne (Founder and CEO of OpinionX) Wendy Slattery (Co-Founder and CEO of Beauty Buddy) If you’re an entrepreneur yourself or looking to become one, use this chance to exchange knowledge and experiences with those who know best. For more information: In order to register please visit: More about Irish Tech News and Business Showcase here. FYI the ROI for you is => Irish Tech News now gets over 1.5 million monthly views, and up to 900k monthly unique visitors, from over 160 countries. We have over 860,000 relevant followers on Twitter on our various accounts & were recently described as Ireland’s leading online tech news site and Ireland’s answer to TechCrunch, so we can offer you a good audience! Since introducing desktop notifications a short time ago, which notify readers directly in their browser of new articles being published, over 50,000 people have now signed up to receive them ensuring they are instantly kept up to date on all our latest content. Desktop notifications offer a unique method of serving content directly to verified readers and bypass the issue of content getting lost in people’s crowded news feeds. Drop us a line if you want to be featured, guest post, suggest a possible interview or just let us know what you would like to see more of in our future articles. We’re always open to new and interesting suggestions for informative and different articles. Contact us, by email, twitter or whatever social media works for you and hopefully, we can share your story too and reach our global audience. We are agile, responsive, quick and talented, we look forward to working with you! If you would like to have your company featured in the Irish Tech News Business Showcase, get in contact with us at Simon@IrishTechNews.ie or on Twitter: @SimonCocking

Industry Matters - Powered by VGM
A Deeper Dive into Telehealth and Complex Rehab - Part II

Industry Matters - Powered by VGM

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2020 42:17


This is second podcast on a new course being developed for telehealth in complex rehab. This podcast will examine the finer details like procedures, documentation, service and repair, and reimbursement with a variety of experts; Kyle Walker, MHA, ATP is the Director of Operations of Assistive Technology with VGM Homelink. Mark Schmeler is an Associate Professor and the Vice Chair for Education Training in the Department of Rehabilitation Science & Technology at the University of Pittsburgh. Dan Fedor currently serves as the Director of Reimbursement for U.S. Rehab a division of VGM & Associates. Rachel Hibbs, DPT, NCS, ATP is an Assistant Professor and Director of Continuing Education at the University of Pittsburgh Department of Rehabilitation Science and Technology in the School of Health and Rehabilitation Science. She earned a B.S. in Rehabilitation Science, Steve Mitchell is an occupational therapist who works as a Clinical Specialist in Seating/Wheeled Mobility and Assistive Technology for the SCI/D Service at the VA Northeast Ohio Healthcare System in Cleveland, Ohio.

Harnessing Aerial - Drone Podcast
What Drone Pilots Need To Know About Safety, Networking, Education/Training, Disaster Response, and Other Lessons To Be Learned By Looking at NCDOT’s UAS program success with Darshan Divakaran

Harnessing Aerial - Drone Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2020 42:03


Show Notes: What You Will Learn- (1:20) How Darshan got involved in the UAS industry and how he progressed on his drone industry journey to become regarded as a top industry consultant, speaker, & leader. (7:00) What Darshan’s role was at the NCDOT and how he was involved in standing up one of the leading state UAS programs, the FAA IPP, and other state drone operations. (10:00) What the foundation of a successful UAS program is and the piece education plays in long term success. (12:05) What the NC DroneSafe Initiative is and how it creates a safety culture within the local communities (14:00) Why do some drone pilots overlook safety procedures and what drone pilots need to be doing to ensure they act in a safe manner and conduct smooth operations (19:00) Why flight safety begins at the top of the organization but does not end there – how pilot safety training is crucial to foster a strong safety culture within UAS programs. (23:00) Tips & suggestions for drone pilots to get involved in disaster response operations and partner with companies to fly for emergency response, hurricane damage assessment, and other public safety operations (28:30) How Darshan formed the AUVSI NC chapter and what their focus is and how they are involved in the North Carolina UAS community. How UAS professionals can follow Darshan’s steps to start their own local UAS groups. (33:00) What the new normal is with drone conferences and why virtual workshops, trainings, webinars will continue to be the networking and education forum for years to come (37:10) Darshan’s top lesson learned and piece of advice for drone pilots from his time in the drone industry     Links Mentioned: AUVSI NC website AIRAVAT Darshan’s Linkedin  

Industry Matters - Powered by VGM
U.S. Rehab Launches a New Telehealth and Complex Rehab Technology Educational Course

Industry Matters - Powered by VGM

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2020 31:48


Dr. Mark Schmeler, Associate Professor and the Vice Chair for Education Training in the Department of Rehabilitation Science & Technology at the University of Pittsburgh, Dan Fedor, Director of Reimbursement for U.S. Rehab, Kyle Walker, Director of Operations of Assistive Technology with VGM Homelink, and Greg Packer, President of U.S. Rehab, talk about a new educational program focused around telehealth and CRT. In this episode, they discuss the history of telehealth, how providers are willing to challenge the status quo by embracing untraditional methods for assessments and non-billable services within virtual technology, the policies surrounding telehealth services from a payer standpoint, and how telehealth is not a one-size-fits-all solution. This is first of a series of podcasts about the new telehealth course.

Building Fortunes Radio with Host Peter Mingils
National real estate investors Group Education Training and Mike Harrington

Building Fortunes Radio with Host Peter Mingils

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2020 30:00


National real estate investors Group Education Training and Mike Harrington on Building Fortunes radio with Petyer Mingils

EducationReview
Education, training and work in a changing world: Podcast

EducationReview

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2020 15:50


Have we put too much emphasis on ATAR and attending university? Can the young people of today still expect to reap the rewards for hard work and dedication? And what’s the buzz around micro credentialing and will we be seeing it more in the future? To answer these questions and more, Education Review spoke to Tony McGuire, a veteran of the education and technology industries, and a former primary school teacher with 15 years’ experience. Later in his career he became passionate about technology and remote learning, and recently edtech and training platform D2L appointed him as the head of its Australian and New Zealand business. As McGuire points out, roughly 35 per cent of students will enrol in university without an ATAR. Universities are now offering a multitude of ways to achieve one’s goal, including bridging courses, embedded courses and mature-age entry. On the career front, however, McGuire does hold genuine concerns for the stability of young people, principally brought on by the GIG economy. He also stated that, however much their budgets are suffering, universities must find a way to keep their top pool of talent employed and sharing the ideas of tomorrow. Micro credentialing was another topic addressed in the podcast, which will become increasingly more common and will, as McGuire states, teach those skills that are essential but not necessarily taught and assessed in a formal qualification, such as soft skills and certain dispositions.

Intensive Care Society Podcast
ICS Education: Training in COVID

Intensive Care Society Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 16, 2020 59:44


This webinar will cover topics heard “on the ground” from trainees nationally and the recent faculty document regarding training

Brutal Iron Gym
665 - Trainer Education - Training Athletes - Measuring Progress

Brutal Iron Gym

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2020 18:44


When training athletes, or if you're an athlete yourself, do not measure the progress of your training through a specific resistance training exercise.  For example, don't measure your progress via a Barbell Back Squat.  Instead measure your progress via sport specific movements and drills.  Where you want your improvement to show is where you should be testing it!

Ordinarily Extraordinary - Conversations with women in STEM
Cristine Korowajczuk - Computer Engineer, Wireless Industry, Technical Education, Training, and life long learner

Ordinarily Extraordinary - Conversations with women in STEM

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2020 75:51


Cristine works in technical sales and support in the wireless industry. She has spent much of her career doing technical education, training, and documentation. She capitalizes on her insatiable curiosity and need to thoroughly understand things both in her career as an educator and in her role as a mom. Cristine also shares her childhood and educational experience growing up in Brazil.Episode NotesMusic used in the podcast: Higher Up, Silverman Sound StudioAcronyms and DefinitionsComputer Engineering - the branch of engineering that integrates electronic engineering with computer sciences. Computer engineers design and develop computer systems and other technological devices.Russian School of Mathematics - an after school program that provides mathematics education for children attending K–12 of public and private schools. The school provides children the opportunity to advance in mathematics beyond the traditional school curriculum. The founder of RSM is Inessa Rifkin and co-founder is Irene Khavinson (wikipedia)GSM - Global System for Mobile Communications - a standard developed by the European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) to describe the protocols for second-generation (2G) digital cellular networks used by mobile devices such as mobile phones and tablets. (wikipedia)GPRS - General Packet Radio Service - a packet oriented mobile data standard on the 2G and 3G cellular communication network's global system for mobile communications(GSM). (wikipedia)3GPP - The 3rd Generation Partnership Project - unites [Seven] telecommunications standard development organizations (ARIB, ATIS, CCSA, ETSI, TSDSI, TTA, TTC), known as “Organizational Partners” and provides their members with a stable environment to produce the Reports and Specifications that define 3GPP technologies. (www.3gpp.org)Fact CheckWhen did wireless come to Brazil? The history of mobile telephony in Brazil began on 30 December 1990, when the Cellular Mobile System began operating in the city of Rio de Janeiro, with a capacity for 10,000 terminals. According to Anatel (the national telecommunications agency), there were 667 devices in the country. The number of devices rose to 6,700 in the next year, to 30,000 in 1992. In November 2007 3G services were launched, and increased rapidly to almost 90% of the population in 2012 and the agreements signed as part of the auction specify a 3G coverage obligation of 100% of population by 2019. (wikipedia)Claude Shannon - (April 30, 1916 – February 24, 2001) was an American mathematician, electrical engineer, and cryptographer known as "the father of information theory". Shannon is noted for having founded information theory with a landmark paper, "A Mathematical Theory of Communication", that he published in 194

Brutal Iron Gym
641 - Trainer Education - Training Rehab Clients

Brutal Iron Gym

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2020 30:55


In today's podcast we discuss knowledge resources and common treatment concepts focused towards addressing physical limitations that often hinder training progress and results. Past Podcasts Referenced:#513 – Trainer Education – Ghost Writing – Programming Information#611 – Training – Rehab and Corrective Therapy – You Don’t Have to Live in Pain

All Things Co-op's podcast
Fifth Principle - Education, Training, and Information

All Things Co-op's podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2020 51:41


How can cooperative societies provide meaningful education and training to their members and the public about the nature and benefits of co-operation? How does ATC fit in? This week Kevin, Larry and Cinar discuss the fifth of the Rochdale Principles: Education, Training, and Information, which states, "Co-operatives provide education and training for their members, elected representatives, managers and employees so they can contribute effectively to the development of their co-operatives. They inform the general public – particularly young people and opinion leaders – about the nature and benefits of co-operation." The Rochdale Principles were first written in 1844 and were adopted by the International Co-operative Alliance (ICA) in 1937. 

NASP Speciality Pharmacy Podcast
Introducing the NASP Student Chapter - PPN Epiosde 618

NASP Speciality Pharmacy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2018 18:41


The National Association of Specialty Pharmacy (NASP) is excited to announce its new student pharmacist chapters! This initiative was developed for aspiring students looking to enhance their awareness and knowledge of the growing field of specialty pharmacy through education, professional development, and networking with pharmacists within NASP. As the specialty pharmacy industry continues to grow and evolve, the need for specialty pharmacists becomes more prominent. Being an active member of a student chapter will help you keep your finger on the pulse of this dynamic industry as you prepare to enter the workforce. NASP is committed to the support and development of future practicing specialty pharmacists and student membership has many benefits, including: Specialized workshops, educational sessions, and hands-on leadership opportunities to strengthen skills and expand your network; Participation on NASP committees and task forces to help shape national policy, NASP priorities, education, and the Annual Meeting programming; Exclusive access to the NASP Center for Specialty Pharmacy Education Delivery of a daily e-news summary on the important developments in specialty pharmacy, the pharma/biotech industry, reimbursement, and policy; Discounted registration to the Annual Meeting and Exposition. With the strong support of NASP leadership and the growing interest of specialty pharmacy, we believe that our student pharmacist chapters will provide a unique opportunity for all students to gain an in-depth knowledge, experience, and exposure to the evolving issues facing specialty pharmacy today. The speakers are: Stephanie LaPointe, Pharm.D., CSPO, FMPA, Manager, Education + Training, Diplomat Song Lee, PharmD, MBA, Resident at Diplomat Doug Gebhard, PharmD, MBA Vice President, Quality & Education, PANTHERx Specialty Pharmacy If there is a description of the podcast, we'd like to list the following website in the description: https://naspnet.org/student-chapter/  Contact info email  sasp@naspnet.org See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices