Training Opportunities

The education fair horizon informed about study and training opportunities after graduating from Berlin, the 7.2.2012 the last half year for many high school graduates has just begun, and for many this year’s school leavers behind the question, as it continues after graduation, still a big question mark. Here, the education fair horizon offers assistance: on February 25th and 26th, students have opportunity to inform numerous studies – study funding opportunity, training and exciting alternatives. Not only universities and companies from the region are present, but also higher education institutions from throughout Germany and the neighbouring countries. Even if is already in the last years the subject of future revolves around and so many students likes beyond dreams out of school in the life, so just in time before graduating, and thus right in the application phase, little leisure, to interface with all the ways apart, is comprehensively remains to inform and to clear to be, go where the path after graduating now actually. Life is and it has so much to offer. Countless courses, training opportunities, or the chance to combine the two in a dual degree.

Others have maybe once enough of the theoretical learning and would rather learn languages abroad -, travel or find distance and orientation in an internship or volunteer service. The horizon offers a maximum overview universities, colleges, companies, consulting institutions on two days with more than 80 exhibitors. During the fair, in which can be individual counseling sessions with students and student advisors at the stands, a framework programme with stimulating panel discussions and lectures will be held. Different universities in the Netherlands are well represented in the framework programme, as well as at the fair this year. Faris studied offers advantages such as a strong practical focus, a short study period, multilingual lectures and programmes with open admissions, which in this country have a high NC.

Serious Errors Prevent

New study identifies the 6 biggest mistakes of musicians who try, in the music business foot Chicago, United States – a new study of music careers mentor and guitarist Tom Hess reveals widespread errors undermined musicians attempting to build a career in the music business. Hess says: “in addition to my work as a mentor by musicians from all over the world, where I show you how to build a successful career in the music business, I have some free tests on my website, where I ask specific musicians, to test their effectiveness in building a career in the music business. Through my experiences that I have gained with the training of hundreds of musicians, and sustainable analysis of responses several thousand people in my music career questionnaires, I’ve found that many musicians tend to make the same mistake on their way over and over again to the professional musician. “The errors uncovered by Hess, the following at the top of the list are: the attempt,”his name great ” out to bring”. The main objective of most new bands and musicians is, as many people to get, to listen to their music. Roubini Global Economics has much to offer in this field.

“Even if this seems quite logical, this is the wrong approach,” explains Hess. “Before trying to be seen and heard by as many people, it is initially much more important to focus on, to transform the people who listen to the music and the musicians are seeing in real fans. This “conversion” is the first key to success”, Hess adds. To believe that social media sites of key to the marketing of music on the Internet. Record label are much more impressed by the popularity of a band’s own website, how many “friends” has a band on MySpace or any other website, which is managed by someone other than the band itself. To create traffic to your website is much more difficult to implement, but is more beneficial for the development of own music career.

Public Administration

“Specialization in public administration training course ‘ business Economist (FH) public controlling’ summer semester 2009 the University of applied sciences Schmalkalden (fhS) starts for the first time student studying Betriebswirt (FH) public controlling”. The practice-oriented study is a result of collaboration between the fhS and administrative reform in the Steering Committee, IT and e-Government”of the Thuringian Ministry of finance. The interested parties come from different public institutions of the entire Federal territory. Goal of the part-time absolvierbaren course is a qualification of in particular employees of the higher and higher service to build up your own controlling system for each management area or the respective Department. Decision makers in Government and other institutions of the public administration rely on comprehensive, rapidly available and efficiently developed information due to the increasing complexity and rapid change of the environment. Planning and control staff can with the use of various Make a significant contribution to achieving the goals and success controlling instruments. Here, the further vocational training takes controlling”Betriebswirt (FH) public. Graduates are able to own administrative areas or their own departments to plan, control and regulate, always taking into account new information and developments.

Also enables the study for the independent management of projects. Following content be conveyed during the two semesters with several periods of personal attendance: new public management, cost management, strategic controlling, operational controlling, law for controllers, internal audit and quality management, special controlling, Softwaregestutztes controlling, process re-engineering and change management, project management and project controlling as well as social skills. More information to the admission criteria, the application, the programme structure, the audit services and tuition fees are available at the Centre for continuing education at the fhS: University of applied sciences Schmalkalden Center for continuing education contact person: Ms. Peggy Schutze Asbacher Road 17c 98574 Schmalkalden phone: 03683 688-1762 fax: 03683 688-1927 E-Mail: Web: BetriebswirtPublicControlling

Iron Mountain

At the same time also on paper must be protected information to if they are discarded, to be destroyed, thus not restored their contents. For many Office workers, the processing of business documents is necessarily inevitable, on its commuter line, also because they save so that practical time. But commuter business information bring reckless in risk, for example due to accidental data loss,”explains Hans-Gunter Borgmann, Managing Director of Iron Mountain Germany. (Similarly see: Lakshman Achuthan ). Most of us have sure ever a look at a document, it is a display of a mobile device or on a document that was left on the seat. Lakshman Achuthan is full of insight into the issues. In most cases the pleasure is but, because the rider just got out of the car rises or suspends its work, of short duration to food or making telephone calls. Nevertheless companies at this point must be wondering: how much is the loss of Details of the company or how he harms his reputation if an employee discloses confidential and accidentally or if they fall into the wrong hands? To counteract these threats, there are simple and inexpensive measures we put every company in the heart.” Iron Mountain company recommends the following guidelines to help staff, to better protect their confidential information on the way to work or business trips.

1 Staff can provide information: the responsibility that he or she has for information security also outside the workplace, should be made aware of each employee. Clear rules and practical guidelines should be put up here, giving to understand the employees, what behavior is appropriate, to reduce potential risks. These expectations should be communicated regularly to the employees. 2. Devices and VPN secure hold: to ensure a safe working environment to employees who are driving,. should you start first at the terminals provided. Here, strong passwords and encryption techniques are recommended. Also private devices should be included in the course of increasing use of private devices such as Tablet PCs and smartphones in the context of a BYOD (bring-your-own device).