An eagerly-awaited country childhood memoir by one of Britain's most-loved personalities. Pam Ayres was the sixth child in a hard-up family who lived in a council house, her parent's generation were harrowed by the war. Yet they lived by the green in the village of Stanford in the Vale, where everything you needed was within walking distance and the sound of motorcars was rarely heard. Then reaching her teens, Pam realised how few opportunities she had. At fifteen she started working for the civil service. Pam knew she had to reach out for more, and sought it first in the WRAF. But it was some time before she discovered the unique talent that would make her one of Britain's best-loved comics. Containing Pam's much-loved combination of humour and poignancy, The Necessary Aptitude is a beautifully written memoir of growing up in the country in post-war Berkshire.
Pam Ayres' early childhood in Stanford in the Vale was idyllic in many ways, and typical of that experienced by a great swathe of children born in rural areas in the immediate post-war years. This title gives her portrait.
Author: Pam Ayres
Publisher: Random House
Category: Biography & Autobiography
The Nature of Dignity is a highly interdisciplinary work of philosophy that focuses primarily on the form of dignity (or nobility of demeanor) that individuals exhibit to varying degrees, rather than the form of dignity that we tend to presume we always already possess simply by virtue of being human. The book contends that the Enlightenment assumptions that have traditionally been appealed to in elucidating our conceptions of human dignity are no longer tenable_most importantly because of what we know about evolutionary biology, but also in light of certain dominant strains in modern political-economic theory. The book argues that, nonetheless, dignity is a value to which we should remain committed, and offers a new set of conceptual underpinnings with which to replace the no longer tenable Enlightenment assumptions of Kant, Locke, and others on this subject.
But just as not everyone has the aptitude to become a doctor or an architect, not
everyone, Plato felt, has the aptitude to become a statesman. Professionalizing
politics thus meant, first, identifying those with the necessary aptitude, second, ...
Author: Ron Bontekoe
Publisher: Lexington Books
The system may not function optimally because a key individual does not have
the aptitude required for the ... individual has the aptitude required for a job , he
can be trained in the skills and knowledges necessary for adequate performance
Author: U.S. Army Research Institute for the Behavioral and Social Sciences
Category: Military research
Originally published in 1972, there were many ‘classics’ dealing with assessment and testing on the market at the time, but most of these left the inexperienced reader bewildered in the early stages, because of their size and insufficient explanation of the many technical terms used. There were a distinct lack of books which gave students in Colleges of Education dealing with psychology for the first time a simple explanation of basic terms in assessment and testing, and which introduced them briefly to the different types of tests available. Assessment and Testing aimed to fill this large gap. It looks at such key psychological terms as ‘sample’, ‘objectivity’, ‘subjectivity’, and such basic statistical terms such as ‘mean’, ‘standard deviation’, and ‘normal curve of distribution’. Because it assumes that the reader has no knowledge of such terms, it gives careful and simply illustrated explanations of each. In the same way, in simple language, with any technical terms explained and illustrated, it explains intelligence and personality tests, questionnaires, sociometric measures, projection techniques, and other areas of assessment and testing which every practising teacher will meet. The book aims to be essentially practical. It is appreciated all the time that the readers are those who will teach children. It is designed to provide a solid foundation upon which the reader can build later to augment his own experience of identifying children’s particular needs.
APTITUDE TESTS The Education Act of 1944 laid down three criteria against
which children were to be measured, when they ... But, we are more likely to like
a job for which we are fitted, than a job for which we lack the necessary aptitude.
Author: Harry Schofield
A. J. Venter. 2 boy (70.7%, Row 1) and girl (81.7%, Row 5) and to the normally
gifted boy (85.1%, Row 3) and girl (87.3%, Row 7) with the necessary aptitude for
teaching are in the majority. The fact that over 90 per cent of the assistants would
Author: A. J. Venter
Endosonography—by Drs. Robert H. Hawes, Paul Fockens, and Shyam Varadarjulu—is a rich visual guide that covers everything you need to effectively perform EUS, interpret your findings, diagnose accurately, and choose the best treatment course. World-renowned endosonographers help beginners apply endosonography in the staging of cancers, evaluating chronic pancreatitis, and studying bile duct abnormalities and submucosal lesions. Practicing endosonographers can learn cutting-edge techniques for performing therapeutic interventions such as drainage of pancreatic pseudocysts and EUS-guided anti-tumor therapy. This updated 2nd edition features online access to the fully searchable text, videos detailing various methods and procedures, and more at www.expertconsult.com. You’ll have a complete overview of all aspects of EUS, from instrumentation to therapeutic procedures. Gain a detailed visual understanding on how to perform EUS using illustrations and high-quality images. Understand the role of EUS with the aid of algorithms that define its place in specific disease states. Locate information quickly and easily through a consistent chapter structure, with procedures organized by body system. Access the fully searchable text online at www.expertconsult.com, along with 60 procedural video clips, 300 downloadable PowerPoint slides, and 400 downloadable images, and regular updates reflecting the latest findings. Stay abreast of the most recent studies thanks to downloadable tables that summarize new information, updated on a quarterly basis. Master the technique of systematically performing EUS, then download the hundreds of slides and videos available online to teach and train the newer generation of endoscopists. Find coverage relevant to your needs with detailed chapters, illustrations, and videos on how to perform EUS for the beginner; a new section on international EUS and technical tips on how to handle difficult FNAs for the advanced user; a totally revised chapter on cytopathology for the pathologist; and a chapter on EBUS and EUS dedicated to the mediastinum for the pulmonologist. Get a clear overview of everything you need to know to establish an endoscopic practice, from what equipment to buy to providing effective cytopathology service. Tap into the expertise of world-renowned leaders in endosonography, Drs. Robert H. Hawes, Paul Fockens, and Shyam Varadarajulu.
In certain unusual circumstances, a trainee may acquire the necessary skills for
EUS in a standard 3-year fellowship, provided ... is available, and the trainee can
demonstrate the necessary aptitude and skills required for advanced endoscopy.
Author: Robert H. Hawes
Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
HIV and Aids: Basic Elements and Priorities is a concise collection of all aspects of this disease and a source of readily available knowledge. It examines all currently advocated preventive measures such as health education, condom use, safer sex practices, and treatment of sexually transmitted infections. Coverage details strategies for prevention and control as well as the latest global information about HIV/AIDS.
CHAPTER 20 COUNSELLING Abstract Counselling is indicated in all conditions
where client is likely to be under psychological stress. Any person who has the
necessary aptitude, values, attitude, knowledge, and skills can undertake this ...
Author: S. Kartikeyan
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
No greater thought than what to him appears necessary to save himself from
positive censure at the hands of ... In this way it is that when two Judges are
placed in the same Judicatory with the same powers, appropriate aptitude in its
Author: Jeremy Bentham
Category: Constitutional law
First published in 1976, Supervision in Social Work has become an essential text for social work educators and students, detailing the state of the field and the place, function, and challenges of supervision in social work practice. This fifth edition takes into account the sizable number of articles and books published on supervision since 2002. Changes in public health and social welfare policy have intensified concern about the social work supervision of licensed practitioners. Tax and spending limitations at all levels of government, combined with the unfolding effects of welfare reform and managed health care, have increasingly emphasized the need for the efficient and accountable administration of health and social services in the private and public sectors. This edition confronts issues raised by these developments, including budgetary allocation and staff management, the problems of worker burnout and safety, the changing demographics and growing diversity of the supervising workforce, evidence-based and licensure supervision, and performance appraisal.
Many workers need reasoned feedback in helping them determine whether or
not they have the necessary aptitude for success in social work. Marginal
employees may be helped by considering alternatives as an outcome of
Author: Alfred Kadushin
Publisher: Columbia University Press
Category: Social Science
He does not , however , hesitate to assure his readers that any one may , by
repeated practice , acquire - provided his hearing is of average delicacy — the
necessary aptitude to recognise , and that too with facility , all the auscultatory
signs of ...
Author: John Bell
Category: Medicine, Eclectic