Hong Kong Government: More Investment Into Career Training

"Shortage of manpower hampers the development of certain industries. Labour shortage in the construction sector, for instance, would affect the delivery of infrastructure projects. Apart from encouraging young people to join these industries, admitting from abroad talent and workers not available in Hong Kong will also help maintain our competitiveness." ((M2 Communications disclaims all liability for information provided within M2 PressWIRE. Data supplied by named party/parties. If you would like to read more, please visit http://www.menafn.com/afa53e2c-5be6-4909-8798-e6c066c95f19/Hong-Kong-Government-More-investment-into-career-training

Cannabis Career Institute to host Warwick training session

You will home hour skills in detecting various weapons, identifying different types of devices, and assessing different potentially dangerous substances. Each of these potential threats can be disguised and camouflaged, and you will be trained in recognizing the threat. Youll also learn how to disarm the threat. You may be required to conduct searches, both of property and persons. If you would like to read more, please visit http://www.examiner.com/article/getting-the-appropriate-career-training-for-security

Getting The Appropriate Career Training For Security

entrepreneurship Cannabis Career Institute to host Warwick training session ON MARCH 1, the Cannabis Career Institute will hold a business training session at the Comfort Inn Airport in Warwick for students interested in learning about the legal and financial challenges of starting a marijuana business. Kilmartin, alliance call for ban on pot promotion (Feb. 10, 2014) WARWICK The Cannabis Career Institute will hold a business training session on March 1 for Rhode Islanders interested in opening a medical marijuana dispensary or selling marijuana and edible cannabis products if and when the state legalizes recreational marijuana use. As the days of cannabis prohibition draw to an end and states begin to eye the potential revenue gains to be had by legalizing marijuana, the entrepreneurs of Rhode Island need to learn the proper business techniques to keep a business effectively running, said the Cannabis Career Institute in a release. The full-day class will be held from 9 a.m. If you would like to read more, please visit http://www.pbn.com/Cannabis-Career-Institute-to-host-Warwick-training-session,95386

Yoan Pablo Hernandez Talks Career, Training, More

Hernandez turned professional in 2005 in Germany and continues to live and fight in the country. He even speaks with a hint of a German accent whilst conversing in Spanish. The 6ft 4inch cruiserweight is currently preparing for the fourth defence of his IBF title against unbeaten Pole Pawel Kolodziej on March 29 after the original date was put back due to a virus. Im healthy now, you have to be mentally ready and Im also physically in shape, training, just waiting for the fight, Yoan told BoxingScene. Hernandez only fought once in 2013 and twice in 2012 so will be looking to get more action under his belt in what is an increasingly interesting division in which he competes. I had bad luck last year with an injury, he explained. I hope to have more fights this year, not sure how many. Lets hope so anyway. Some observers in the fight game have observed that Hernandez lacks power compared to some of his cruiserweight contemporaries, but his recent spectacular knockout win over Alexander Alekseev as well as having dropped Steve Cunningham on several occasions suggests an improvement in that area. If you would like to read more, please visit http://www.boxingscene.com/yoan-pablo-hernandez-talks-career-training-more--75229