Author: Andrew Shanahan
Publisher: Prentice Hall
Category: Apprenticeship programs
Contrary to popular perceptions, university really isn't the only path to success. From apprenticeships to debt-free learning, there are literally thousands of other opportunities out there. The notgoingtouni Guide to Not Going to University is a new and essential guide dedicated to showing the alternatives to the traditional university route. It will help you to find the the route that works best for you - providing the advice, inspiration and tools to make an informed decision and start building your future. Notgoingtouni.co.uk is the leading UK site dedicated to helping young people to make informed decisions about their future by showing them opportunities that exist outside of university, such as apprenticeships, foundation degrees, diplomas, NVQs, gap years, volunteering, distance-learning and entry level jobs.
The Weight-Loss Manual
Author: Andrew Shanahan
Category: Health & Fitness
Man v Fat is a practical and supportive resource for men, written by a normal bloke who just wanted to lose some weight. One day Andrew Shanahan took a guttie to text to a mate. But once he had taken the photo, he couldn't stop looking at it. He realised how unhappy he was about his body and resolved to change it. However he soon learned that the dieting industry had turned its back on men. Men were expected to get fit, tone up and turn fat into a six-pack in six weeks. There was nothing for men who simply wanted to lose their beer belly, play football again and feel more confident. So Andrew decided to do something about this. In Man v Fat, Andrew Shanahan will give you everything you need to know in order to lose weight, breaking it down into three essential components: Stage 1: Understand why you got fat Stage 2: Learn how to lose weight Stage 3: Create a winning structure Man v Fat is not a diet book or a commercial diet plan. It will explain (and myth-bust) the various diets available, so you can choose the one that will work best for you - or even create your own. It will help you to supercharge your motivation, set specific goals and teach you how to track and review them, identify threats and create a support network, and of course troubleshoot common hurdles. There are plans to get you walking, running or cycling (optional activity) or make the most of obligatory activity. Plus a perfect week plan and perfect month plan to get you started. In the battle of man against fat, this book is your ultimate weapon.
Author: Daniel McGilvary
Category: Lao (Tai people)
Author: Darlene Mannix
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
The best-selling book for teaching basic life skills, fully revised and updated This book offers teachers and parents a unique collection of 190 ready-to-use activities complete with student worksheets, discussion questions, and evaluation suggestions to help exceptional students acquire the basic skills needed to achieve independence and success in everyday life. Each of the book's activities focuses on specific skills within the context of real-life situations and includes complete teacher instructions for effective use, from objective and introduction through optional extension activities and methods to assess student learning. The book includes numerous reproducible parent letters which can be sent home to help parents reinforce these lessons while children are away from school. A revised and updated edition of the classic book for teaching basic life skills Includes 190 complete activities with reproducible worksheets, discussion questions, and evaluation suggestions for developing independence Offers ideas for developing practical skills to deal with identity theft, cell phone manners, budgeting, eating healthy meals, using credit cards, time management, and much more Mannix is the best-selling author of Social Skills Activities for Special Children, Writing Skills Activities for Special Children, and Character Building Activities for Kids
Author: Catherine Despeux,Livia Kohn
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
This book outlines the status and roles of women in the Daoist tradition from its inception to the present day. It describes the historical development and role of Daoist women in Chinese society, focusing on the different ideals women stood for as much as on the religious practices they cultivated.
English for Finance and Accounting
Author: Julie Pratten
Absolute Financial English is a complete course for students preparing for the ICFE examination and for anyone studying English for finance and accounting purposes.
Author: O. P. Solonenko
Publisher: Cambridge Int Science Publishing
This unique two-volume book is published to celebrate the life and achievements of Prof Mikhael F Zhukov, one of the leading Russian scientists working in the area of plasma science and technology. Leading scientists in plasma research and development from Russia, CIS, USA, Canada, Czech Republic, China, Brazil, France, Norway, Yugoslavia and Korea have contributed to this book.
Author: Sir Ernest Alfred Wallis Budge
Category: Apocryphal books (New Testament)
Author: Oberon Zell-Ravenheart
Publisher: Red Wheel/Weiser
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
Here Is the Book Merlin Could Have Given a Young Arthur...If Only It Had Existed. Oberon Zell-Ravenheart shares magickal practices in his new book Companion for the Apprentice Wizard. Unlike his first best-selling book, Grimoire for the Apprentice Wizard, which focused on the lessons one must learn to become a Wizard, Oberon focuses on taking you to the next level by putting those lessons to use with hands-on magickal training. Chapters are based on the Departments of Oberon's Grey School of Wizardry: Alchemy Beast Mastery Ceremonial Magick Cosmology and Metaphysics Divination Healing Lifeways Lore Mathemagicks Metapsychics Nature Performance Magic Practice Sorcery Wizardry Wortcunning Inside you will find materials and exercises from the vaults of the Grey School, and instruction from the faculty. Step-by-step instructions are provided for: How to make a Wizard’s wand How to make your own runes How to make a pocket sundial How to make and use a firebow How to make the milky way galaxy How to make your own amulets and talismans Potions for all purposes How to conjure illusions and create special effects And many other amazing projects... Companion for the Apprentice Wizard also includes a number of hand-drawn, full-page diagrams of magickal objects to copy, cut out, and assemble, including: Spinners for psychokinesis A Planetary Hour Calculator The Mariner’s Astrolabe A winged dragon A model of the mystic pyramid A model of Leonardo da Vinci’s Ornithopter
Author: Björn W. Schuller
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
This book provides the reader with the knowledge necessary for comprehension of the field of Intelligent Audio Analysis. It firstly introduces standard methods and discusses the typical Intelligent Audio Analysis chain going from audio data to audio features to audio recognition. Further, an introduction to audio source separation, and enhancement and robustness are given. After the introductory parts, the book shows several applications for the three types of audio: speech, music, and general sound. Each task is shortly introduced, followed by a description of the specific data and methods applied, experiments and results, and a conclusion for this specific task. The books provides benchmark results and standardized test-beds for a broader range of audio analysis tasks. The main focus thereby lies on the parallel advancement of realism in audio analysis, as too often today’s results are overly optimistic owing to idealized testing conditions, and it serves to stimulate synergies arising from transfer of methods and leads to a holistic audio analysis.
Extraordinary Food from an Ordinary Dude
Author: Brian L. Patton
Publisher: New World Library
Are you craving a way to eat killer food without killing yourself, animals, or the planet? Is your brain bloated from watching cooking shows that present recipes you’re never, ever going to make? Have you been searching for a way to prove to your friends that vegan food can be just as delicious, hearty, and satisfying as the meaty meals they’re accustomed to? Then this is the book for you. Of his journey from watching food porn on his parents’ couch to cooking in Hollywood kitchens to becoming vegan, author Brian Patton writes: My roommate said he didn’t know what made me a bigger loser: that I was painstakingly preserving episodes of 30 Minute Meals or that I was trying to conceal their existence by labeling them Star Trek....Once I discovered that I could not only survive but thrive without taking the life of another being, I was sold. I was a vegan. For good. And that’s how an “ordinary dude” became the Sexy Vegan and started creating “extraordinary food” with a decidedly real-meal appeal. On every page, Brian proves that seriously good food needn’t be too serious.
A Guide for Health Care Professionals
Author: Robert Tisserand,Rodney Young
Publisher: Churchill Livingstone
Essential oils are widely used in cosmetics, pharmaceuticals, foods, and household goods. Their safe use is of huge importance to everyone, as some essential oils can be toxic if misused. The authors analyze the hazards and risks based on biological actions, drug interactions, and different routes of exposure.
Introduction to Accidental Injury
Author: Kai-Uwe Schmitt,Peter F. Niederer,Markus H. Muser,Felix Walz
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Category: Technology & Engineering
The 2004 World Health Day is dedicated to the theme of road safety by the World Health Organization (WHO) due mostly to the enormous socio economic costs attributed to trafik accidents. More than 140,000 people are injured, 3,000 killed, and 15,000 disabled for life everyday on the world's roads. The field of trauma biomechanics, or injury biomechanics, uses the principles of mechanics to study the response and tolerance level of biological tissues under extreme loading conditions. Through an understanding of mechanical factors that influence the function and structure of human tissues, countermeasures can be developed to alleviate or even eliminate such injuries. This book, Trauma-Biomechanics, surveys a wide variety of topics in injury biomechanics including anatomy, injury c1assification, injury mechanism, and injury criteria. It is the first collection I am aware of that lists regional injury reference values, or injury criterion, either currently in use or proposed by both U. S. and European communities. Although the book is meant to be an introduction for medical doctors and engineers who are beginners in the field of injury biomechanics, sufficient references are provided for those who wish to conduct further research, and even established researchers will find it useful as a reference for finding the biomechanical background of each proposed injury mechanism and injury criterion.
Historical Perspectives on Apprenticeship
Author: Bert De Munck,Steven L. Kaplan,Hugo Soly
Publisher: Berghahn Books
Apprenticeship or vocational training is a subject of lively debate. Economic historians tend to see apprenticeship as a purely economic phenomenon, as an 'incomplete contract' in need of legal and institutional enforcement mechanisms. The contributors to this volume have adopted a broader perspective. They regard learning on the shop floor as a complex social and cultural process, to be situated in an ever-changing historical context. The results are surprising. The authors convincingly show that research on apprenticeship and learning on the shop floor is intimately associated with migration patterns, family economy and household strategies, gender perspectives, urban identities and general educational and pedagogical contexts.
Author: Earl F. Ziemke
Publisher: Pickle Partners Publishing
Contains 92 illustrations and 45 maps of the Russian Campaign. A brilliant modern history of the German invasion of Russia to their bloody crushing defeat by the re-invigorated Russian forces at the siege of Stalingrad. During 1942, the Axis advance reached its high tide on all fronts and began to ebb. Nowhere was this more true than on the Eastern Front in the Soviet Union. After receiving a disastrous setback on the approaches to Moscow in the winter of 1941-1942, the German armies recovered sufficiently to embark on a sweeping summer offensive that carried them to the Volga River at Stalingrad and deep into the Caucasus Mountains. The Soviet armies suffered severe defeats in the spring and summer of 1942 but recovered to stop the German advances in October and encircle and begin the destruction of the German Sixth Army at Stalingrad in November and December. This volume describes the course of events from the Soviet December 1941 counteroffensive at Moscow to the Stalingrad offensive in late 1942 with particular attention to the interval from January through October 1942, which has been regarded as a hiatus between the two major battles but which in actuality constituted the period in which the German fortunes slid into irreversible decline and the Soviet forces acquired the means and capabilities that eventually brought them victory. These were the months of decision in the East.
Author: Frederick Kellogg
Exercises to Stretch and Build Learning and Systems Thinking Capabilities
Author: Linda Booth Sweeney,Dennis Meadows
Publisher: Chelsea Green Publishing
Category: Business & Economics
"More and more educators and businesspeople espouse system thinking today---this short workbook helps you do it! From two of the most gifted systems educators, this is a great tool for discovering the systems thinker in us all."---Peter M. Senge, Senior Lecturer for MIT, founder of the Society for Organizational Learning, author of the Fifth Discipline --
Author: Kenneth O. Morgan
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
Examines political, economic, social, and culture changes in Great Britain from Roman times to the present.
The Selected Works of Richard Aldrich
Author: Richard Aldrich
Publisher: Psychology Press
14 of Richard Aldrich's key writings. Click on the link below to access this e-book. Please note that you may require an Athens account.