35 Burst results for "technician"

Under pressure, Apple allows self-repairs to iPhones, Macs

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 2 weeks ago

Under pressure, Apple allows self-repairs to iPhones, Macs

"Apple is changing a long standing policy by allowing users to make some repairs to their iPhones for years apple has only allowed company approved technicians to touch its proprietary software in parts but now it's planning to launch an online store early next year we're users can pick up parts and tools to make simple repairs like screens batteries and displays on iPhone twelve and thirteen models not only was the by the administration and the Federal Trade Commission pushing for access to do it yourself repairs even some apple shareholders were demanding a change saying the company's anti repair practices contribute to electronic waste I'm Jackie Quinn

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 Egypt announces clinical trials of its own COVID-19 vaccine

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 2 weeks ago

Egypt announces clinical trials of its own COVID-19 vaccine

"Egypt's national research body says that it will start clinical trials were injection made coronavirus vaccine back in June Egypt's acting health minister Dr hello do a far had said that Egypt was working on three local code nineteen vaccines now he says researchers are starting human clinical trials for an Egyptian made vaccine named cover backs that will eventually include thousands of people I don't remember the so my management a lot of those so mad after the mother Egypt in vaccine works by including proteins from the original virus to provoke an immune response the minister hailed the trials saying they were made possible by the critical mass the researchers technicians and laboratories Egypt has achieved with the vaccination rate of about fourteen percent Egypt's been struggling to vaccinate more of its population but the country has so far been reliant on shipments of the shots from other countries I'm

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20 Years After 9/11, Work of Identifying Remains Continues

AP News Radio

01:01 min | 3 months ago

20 Years After 9/11, Work of Identifying Remains Continues

"Officials in New York or announcing they've identified the remains of two more victims of the September eleventh terrorist attacks at the World Trade Center just days before the twentieth anniversary of the devastating attacks that killed nearly three thousand people and jolted the nation the medical examiner's office says technicians using DNA were able to identify the remains of Dorothy Morgan of Hempstead New York she was a broker for marsh and McLennan officials also determined the identity of a man whose remains were recovered in separate fines in two thousand one two thousand two and two thousand six his family is asking the name be withheld it's the first time in two years new identifications have been made eleven hundred remains are still unidentified even though teams are still working to match DNA to fragments found chief medical examiner of New York Barbara Sampson says they pledge to do everything they can to make sure all those lost that day can be reunited with their families I'm Jackie Quinn

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The Three Most Important Charts in the Market

CNBC's Fast Money

02:04 min | 3 months ago

The Three Most Important Charts in the Market

"We kick off a new trading month with the three most important charts in the market at least according to our traders. Let's get right to you. Then i up the iwan russell. Two thousand small-cap etf guy this is your chart. Tell us what it tells you about. The markets well. I'm not one to speak in platitudes. But i love these games at the beginning of months and i happen to think that the i. Wm is as an important to chart was. We're gonna look at you. Go back to last. September twenty twenty. The russell was explode into the upside is a matter of fact. I think it went from one. Forty five to two fifteen pretty much in a straight line but since january it's been going sideways in a very well defined range in a two ten to two thirty five and here. We are now the great louise yomata who is as you know. She's on the parthenon of great technicians. Out there she will say the longer in space the higher and outer space. And i think a lot bowls will believe that as well. It feels like it wants a breakouts. The upside i bring it up because as you know the most economically sensitive names believe it or not. Amc the top holding with half of one percent. Healthcare big component financials industrials and tech. But this has not validated the move and the snp five hundred the russell to break out sort of above two thirty five. Then it's off to the races and the s&p five hundred. That's why i find it to be the most important chart or one of the three. Considering that this is a quote that we often refer to on the show guy given by a person who we regard so highly as to put her on the pantheon of technical now analysts. It's amazing that you've got the quote wrong the longer the base the higher in space the long does exactly what i said higher in space. That's what you said. The thought is their thought. Is there what do you think about the wm. As as a chart that that could portend what what will happen in the markets so yeah. I like guys premise. And obviously i'd been in value. And i probably a little too deep in value to be honest because it did have a nice run.

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"technician" Discussed on The Air Up There

The Air Up There

04:16 min | 3 months ago

"technician" Discussed on The Air Up There

"It was a really good experience. Can you talk a little bit of ballot. Alaska's unique environment and what that means for a technician working alaska compared to somewhere in the lower forty-eight they had a lot of misconceptions about alaska. Before i came here. Acreage is similar to chicago in the wintertime. Out in the remote areas. There's a lot more extreme weather as you can imagine everywhere we go. We need to fly so we fly to over twenty locations. We have launching off points in dilling ham and king salmon so he flied big planes there and then we fly little planes out to the surrounding villages. So you're kinda in a little sardine can flying out to your site we have some world class. Bush pilots out here in. Alaska have been doing this their whole lives so we feel pretty confident. They know what they're doing. Some of these long trips. I was wondering what your range. So our range is Dilling him and king salmon or both about an hour from anchorage so those are launching off points and then the ranges anywhere from twenty minutes to forty five minutes from those different sites then we also have two sites that are islands that are on the aleutians. We have Erickson air station while it's a military base and the saint paul island which is also out on the aleutians. So all what do you think makes this job. Fun and exciting. I just love the diversity. I love that it's never the same thing every day. There's always something and whether it's Something you've never had to even think about before or something bizarre which actually happens up here quite a bit it's just you know some of the oddball things that happen. You're you just shake your head and go. I never thought. I would be dealing with this so i think. It's just the uniqueness of some of the problems or and or issues we have up here that really makes it not boring. So let's say become an faa attack. There any special training for working alaska. Yeah so training is training is so important here we train everyone specific to alaska our number one topic is safety as you can imagine. But that's you know. Faa wide so we have wilderness. survival training. that other states may not receive in fact tomorrow. They're half my crew is going to cpr first aid. Add wilderness training. It's a full day. So they get to have that. Atv's heavy equipment man lifts Snow cat training bear awareness. What inspired you do. You think that there's a way to reach girls and young women to get them interested in tech ops at the i do I'm actually. I'm the stem committee here in our district and that's looking for women minorities and or just people interested in these type of positions to reach out to them either colleges or job fairs and get them interested in wanting to be technician so we don't necessarily Target one group but we look for anyone that's interested in certainly women are treated equally as male swimmer looking for these positions to come on board with those. Okay maybe i do want to move to alaska now. Yes chris you mentioned twice now anyway that we've taken the deeper look into tech off. I hope that we've inspired you from conditions. And maybe even moved to alaska can you. These technicians really are behind the scenes. Heroes they might not get as much airtime. we wouldn't have the safest aviation system in the world without him. All right chris. That's enough dad jokes today. And that's our show for more information on how to join tech ops visit fa dot gov slash jobs and we should tune into our next episode. Of course the if there is a podcast from the federal aviation administration. If you like today's episode remember to subscribe in share. What someone else you can find the faa on social media where fa on facebook instagram linked in an fa news on their listener..

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"technician" Discussed on The Air Up There

The Air Up There

08:15 min | 3 months ago

"technician" Discussed on The Air Up There

"Transportation system specialists and that's typically how ajao announcement on usa jobs will go out. That's the position it's all everyone's kind of covered by this one. Large job series. And when you actually get to where you're going that's where you start to get a little bit. More divided up into specific groups and theoretically immune one of the concepts was that people can work on all all types of different equipment and a lot of times they do but it would be pretty much impossible for someone to get to an airport and say well. We need to be able to work on all of this stuff. It's just way too varied so they are broken up into different. Kind of subcategories. Radar is one of those subcategories and there's numerous different types of radar out there on which they might be working. Automation systems is another. One and automation systems are working on equipment. That air traffic controllers used to see crap and that's a large system and a lot of places where it's getting radar data coming in. It's getting all of this other weather information and everything and it pulls it all together onto one piece of equipment. It's right now. Usually called stars. Most places have stars at this point. They actually broadcast that information out to all of the tower so here at nc t for instance the star system actually sends that information to all of the towers in the area and so everything they see on the scopes actually translated here at nc. T- there's navigation systems and that can be broken down into numerous areas They typically work on. Bor's which is equipment that sometimes you might see in the middle of the field or on mountaintop somewhere and add equipment is used to send out signals everywhere for pilots to be able to fly on navigation technicians malls to be working on the on the instrument landing systems and those are on the airfields and they send out signals that worked with equipment in the aircraft that enable them to land without seeing very well and in some cases they can lamb without being able to see anything as well. We've got communications technicians out there. So they'll be working largely on radios and what's called the voice switch at the towers or at the centers and large trade cons. And what that does is it takes. Although the radio feeds and it allows air traffic controllers to be able to actually select a specific frequency at a specific position in a tower trae were center and then one of the most important groups we also have is what they call environmental and environmentals a very diverse group because they basically handle the backbone of what we do. All of the equipment i mentioned earlier is the equipment that's used by pilots in her traffic to kind of see and speak to one another. What environmental technician stew is they do. A lot of lighted navigates. If someone's at an airport and your landing you kind of see these lights. That are along the way they help. The pilots kinda see where they're gone and get a good angle on how they're landing. They also work on building. Maintenance electrical systems the hvac equipment. That's all those locations. They're really the folks that kind of enable everything else to work because you know without power or air conditioning in our world. You're kind of dead in the water so very important part of what we do. What advice do you have for the sinners interested in pursuing a career at the faa depending on what they wanna do and we'll touch on checkup specifically because you know. Obviously that's where i'm at but if they're interested in working in that field reach out you know find some folks that work there and if you don't know anyone that works with the agency or worse than anything like that go to the airport and find out who the system support manager is our look online. Find out who the are knock on doors. Everyone's doing everything online. But that human aspect is still vital to getting people on board. I mean we try to make it to recruitment fairs and things like that to get the word out but like with me. My father got the contact information for the manager. And i made the call you when we worked through things that way. People remember that person that they saw the remember the person that made that effort to come out actually present themselves and say why it is that they would be a good fit for that position. So i'd say that's probably my biggest advice. Try and make those contacts if you want to jump in and that's going to be. Wow it's like a puzzle. it's amazing how all these pieces fit together. You're not getting aftercare and energy. Cody ida chance the child. Jim woodring to learn more training technicians. Jim ben with agency for twenty five years and it's currently on ensure technicians at the right training at the right place at the right time so we have enough certified tax to maintain equipment nationwide. Let's hear from jim. Jim thanks so much for being here. We really appreciate you taking the time. Oh my pleasure and can you start by telling us a little bit about yourself and how you got into the faa sure. I grew up in ohio. One thousand nine hundred eighty two. I enlisted in to the navy and got into electronics. Was totally foreign to me at that point in my life served eight years as a radar technician and as an instructor and when i got out of the navy i taught high school public school for five years. I kept in touch with a friend who worked with in the navy. He ended up getting a job and the faa when he got out as a radar technician. Can he kept pestering me to apply to the faa so finally nine hundred ninety six one ahead put in an application. I got hired as a radar technician. I was ecstatic to get a job with the faa and get back into working. Radars couldn't have been happier then couldn't be any happier now so we'd like to explain to our listeners. What tech ops training like what they can expect along the way. How does training prepare technicians for the actual job for working on nasa equipment in the field actually very proud of the way. The fa does training. We'll take a new hire. They get theory the equipment train from trained instructors down oklahoma city than they typically come back to where they work. They'll get assigned an experienced technician. Who give them on the job training in addition to what they just received in it all finally comes to a performance exam and ed is a hands on demonstration that they can do the job that we've hired him for and performance exam basically is our way of saying yes. This individuals ready to certify equipment that the flying public gonna rely on it typically end with one certification on one piece of equipment. I know when i was in cleveland. I probably i think. I left there with about twenty certifications everything from radar to automation to communications. You name it very diverse dependent on where you end up. That's where that constant training comes into play. I love that it's all about. The people can agree. More kenya as we say mass. I people always and on another note. You wanna move to alaska kenya. What are you even talking about kristie. You like snow flying through the mountains about grizzly bears lay. What does that have to do with becoming a technician. Actually a lot just so happens. That alaska has many job opportunities technicians. I mean i knew that but there's just no way i'm moving their fishing up there. I had the opportunity to interview. Christie jepson humanities the faa facility with the coolest name ever king san system support centre. It's an anchorage and covers maintenance on equipment. All the way to the aleutian islands about six hundred miles to the southwest. Where the grisly drone. Chris ben with the faa for twenty years starting in salt lake city. That's incredible okay enough talking chris. Let's get right into the interview. I wanted to hear compressive chris. Thanks so much for taking the time it'd be here today and telling us about your journey and your unique job in alaska. What was that. Experience like moving to alaska. It was interesting. I had a lot of misconceptions about alaska. I had never visited before. So i didn't know what to expect. I didn't know if there were bears in town. Or you know. I mean everybody tells stories. It was a very long drive through canada and then to anchorage pulling a very large trailer. Full of all my worldly belongings. Every time i drive they call it the l. Can the alaska canadian highway. I remember how long it is and how long it took to get here and how desolate some areas are. Of course the fishing was fantastic. Yes there were moose in the backyard and he had some bears and different wildlife but it was a.

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"technician" Discussed on The Air Up There

The Air Up There

04:36 min | 3 months ago

"technician" Discussed on The Air Up There

"Let them to the air there a podcast about the wide world aviation aerospace. I'm williams and i'm chris drexel. Today's episode of the second and our careers. You may have listened to her first about how to become the controller will today. We're continuing to examine the world of aviation. Not in the air off their chris. What are you talking about. This is the arab there right. Great point kenya. But what i mean is that we're going to take a look at it a profession that similarly to air traffic control is one that keeps your boots on the ground not in the clouds. Oh you mean technicians. Exactly the epidemic employs thousands of technicians many with the title airway transportation systems specialist. We call him. Atss's these technicians have the skills and hands on training to maintain and repair a wider rid. Equipment equipment pilots rely on the nandy controllers rely on to talk to pilots like tracking technology. Much more and like you said kenya all critical for air travelers to reach the destination.

"technician" Discussed on The Air Up There

The Air Up There

01:37 min | 3 months ago

"technician" Discussed on The Air Up There

"Does he take to technician at the. Fa can you tell us what kind of training does one need. Sure so one of the awesome things i think about being a technician is our positions are so varied. There's so many different types of equipment that people can be working on so there's not an amount of training. That's really necessary to do this job. I mean it just depends on what it is. We get those military folks because they do have that training but we grab folks. it backgrounds. We have folks that are mechanical backgrounds. We have folks that are just kind of power system backgrounds that are working on h. Back and stuff like that because we need all of that to make sure that we're getting this work. Done h is particularly important because especially here in california. This equipment gets hot. It's just gonna shut down so it's a really important aspect but one of the best things about the technicians. You actually get that training once you come here so if you've already kind of worked in field that is marketable you're able to actually go train on the specific equipment and that's one of the best things about being a technician with the faa. When i came on with the agency. I went to radar concept school. I went to eleven squad. Didn't go to general radar. School actually learned the radar. On which i was going to be working. I went to two star school. I went to arts tweets. This is all just equipment and other just acronyms but everything that we work on. They send us to school specifically for that equipment and so you feel a lot more comfortable with that so really coming on. You don't need a ton of training. I mean if you have something. That's in the realm of it of of electronics systems of electrical systems h. Fac if you've got that background that'll get you in the door pretty easily and then when you get here. That's when you really get your training done and that's when you really learn exactly what you need to do.

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How to Become a Technician

The Air Up There

01:37 min | 3 months ago

How to Become a Technician

"Does he take to technician at the. Fa can you tell us what kind of training does one need. Sure so one of the awesome things i think about being a technician is our positions are so varied. There's so many different types of equipment that people can be working on so there's not an amount of training. That's really necessary to do this job. I mean it just depends on what it is. We get those military folks because they do have that training but we grab folks. it backgrounds. We have folks that are mechanical backgrounds. We have folks that are just kind of power system backgrounds that are working on h. Back and stuff like that because we need all of that to make sure that we're getting this work. Done h is particularly important because especially here in california. This equipment gets hot. It's just gonna shut down so it's a really important aspect but one of the best things about the technicians. You actually get that training once you come here so if you've already kind of worked in field that is marketable you're able to actually go train on the specific equipment and that's one of the best things about being a technician with the faa. When i came on with the agency. I went to radar concept school. I went to eleven squad. Didn't go to general radar. School actually learned the radar. On which i was going to be working. I went to two star school. I went to arts tweets. This is all just equipment and other just acronyms but everything that we work on. They send us to school specifically for that equipment and so you feel a lot more comfortable with that so really coming on. You don't need a ton of training. I mean if you have something. That's in the realm of it of of electronics systems of electrical systems h. Fac if you've got that background that'll get you in the door pretty easily and then when you get here. That's when you really get your training done and that's when you really learn exactly what you need to do.

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Time to Get Serious About Automotive Tech Shortage With Tony Foon

Talking Automotive

02:04 min | 3 months ago

Time to Get Serious About Automotive Tech Shortage With Tony Foon

"Hartono walk to the show great to have you on. We really appreciate you joining us. Maybe just to kick things off. Can you just tell us briefly little bit about tidy. And what's your background is sean. I'm forty one years in the industry in the mode industry sort from apprentice back in one thousand nine hundred seventy nine with three every festival business from apprentice. Right up until general says major running dealerships and multi franchises was born in south africa candidate for ten years and i came to a straight into sales. People you've been here for roughly twenty one years. What i do now is on facilitator. A coach consultant and also just published a book called the honest service management. So just thought to myself with a forty one years experience on payback and let people love the mistakes are make you wanna make the same mistakes you go for it but it's to show people that there is a bit away and sometimes anymore way away this another way that's a nutshell trying to push you. Millions weightiest see the current state of play with regards to service technicians. You've come up from the floor so you've started as as tech. Where do you see the state. Apply with technicians and the skills you compete technicians to twenty years twenty. Five years ago it was basically a career. No people would speak for myself. you know. I saw it was apprentice wind through Monster status and then was able to travel in become foreman and For me it was age career more than a job i think. The technicians do comparison today between you know twenty years ago and now it's more of a job you know it doesn't pay what does pay all we know. I'm gonna make a career out of it. It's it's just a job. Basically at the at the another dice out looking into the generation to. I think that's a big part because you know myself coming back Just listening you do. What as you told but today it's a different story. It's the way the kids actually spotted wing. We were out on. Not sure and asking more questions as we ask.

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"technician" Discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

04:51 min | 4 months ago

"technician" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

"In three different aspects in you normal life sexual lives and business. Lives those supersonics Interact but one will win. One will be the dominant. That's where you are home. You wife is more dominant. You act like a blue persson okay. She's the controlling the businesses going to joepat jordan. Boss you like it take pays by you. Want independent position. You have rights responsibilities. You'd have explained to book all different. Be nations of the personality. That credentialing they think. Do that is exactly what you do in your job. Dust A home during different person in the cases your for person. I think i'm wondering if that's still applies because My job now is at home. My wife sees me working. Part of my She i mean she witnesses. My my my work constantly whenever she's here So i'm wondering if that's still holds true at post covert for a lot of people like me who now have that homelife work-life all as one one thing that kind of cramped together any insights on that on that. Yes yes he really knows the difference between you husband. Us host in new show. You a little bit different in hunt you act different even the vet intimidating. You're different host in. Does the difference in the lead entity..

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"technician" Discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

01:53 min | 4 months ago

"technician" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

"Does the link is in the description. And i do appreciate you patronizing uh sponsored now onto the big program today. Going to be a little bit of a devil's advocate here today. and Because you know i've been dabbling in dabbling. Say that looks interesting. where. But that's what i have been doing for almost forty years in this whole idea of mindset and You know trying to get in. And i think there is a kind of idea where we have a negative belief systems. That can hold back. But there's also this idea of Being honest with yourself about what your strengths and your weaknesses are and where where those two cross past. I've never been quite Quite certain but we'll see if we can get some new information today will get educated in this Education in this coach. Al is Gymnastics coach with teams of olympic minutes. But that's not only does uh since being diagnosed with. add as a young boy He's been fascinated by how the mind works. That a pass trauma can cause illness years later. And how he can retain your mind this coming the aspects of your of your personality and the relationship with your inner identity Like covert personality core personally personality. And how we access each one ladies and gentlemen. Please open the year's opening minds and help me welcome in coach. Alford might not be podcasts. Coach our welcome so much me. It's my pleasure that have yourself Let's stop by Kind of defining what it is. Exactly what is it. Exactly a paradigm technician. What does that mean. Well all the are buying is all departments in different broncos. We haven't nine. And i think nissan to fix that..

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The Birth of RavenDB With Oren Eini

The 6 Figure Developer Podcast

02:12 min | 4 months ago

The Birth of RavenDB With Oren Eini

"Hello and welcome to six figure. Developer podcast gaspar. We talk about noon. Exciting technologies professional development clean code career advancement and more. I'm john calloway. I'm clayton hunt. And i'm john ash with us. Today is foreign. Any orrin is the founder of hibernating rhinos which develops raven db a new sequel open source and acid a document database. Welcome orrin so Before we sort of jumped into the meat of you know. What raven devious. Would you give our listeners. Maybe a little introduction to yourself Perhaps tell them how you got started in the industry. False computer poke up. The lighting was instruction fully orangeville. Still to to move left and right does logo in the eighty s Maybe any nineties I remember that the head to convince my mother to by dc supreme expensive visual studio four book so could learn how to do interesting things with computer. I always knew that. I wanted to work with computers and full while i thought that would be in house. Will technician ablation side. And somehow i go into pretty software and then more and more software. Most of that was crop. Some of that was like supreme crop. I remember at a ninety eight or nine thousand nine. I wrote a folk software in a speech is because it which means that was writing in a adventurous. I was like teen in several sites javascript into ninety s and sometimes i was like the mvp scrape on the civil side and people decline site with a class. I was but remember what these false of any single file and didn't know about databases anytime but they needed to stole do a full messages.

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The Early Life of Bernice Arthur

Encyclopedia Womannica

01:38 min | 4 months ago

The Early Life of Bernice Arthur

"Bernice frankel was born on may thirteenth nineteen twenty two in new york city. She was the second of philip. And rebecca rankles three daughters when be was eleven. Her father moved the family to cambridge maryland to run a clothing store. The was the tallest girl in her class resulting in typical middle school awkwardness. In addition to the run of the mill challenges of adolescence. These family was also one of the only jewish families in town and they were subject to anti-semitism to overcome her insecurities be developed. A cutting sense of humor. Even winning the title of wittiest girl in her class at cambridge high at the age of twenty be became one of the first women to enroll in the us marine corps women's reserve paperwork from the interview process notes that she came off as argumentative and overly aggressive one reviewer went so far as to write officious but probably a good worker if she has her own way after basic training be worked first as a typist in the marine headquarters in washington. Dc before transferring to the motor transport. School where served as a truck driver and dispatcher and cherry point north carolina. She was honorably discharged in nineteen. Forty five at the rank of staff sergeant in nineteen forty. Seven be married fellow marine robert allen arthur after leaving the marines be attended the franklin institute of science and arts and worked as a lab technician for a year before moving to new york city to pursue show business.

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COVID-19 Detection in Masks and Wearables

Talking Biotech Podcast

02:14 min | 4 months ago

COVID-19 Detection in Masks and Wearables

"Our guest. Today is dr peter godwin. He's from the institute of biologically inspired engineering. Which sounds like a really cool really cool place to work. Yeah welcome to the podcast newman. Thank you yes so this is really cool. Because anyone who's listening to the podcast understands cove in nineteen the pandemic and many of the health implications that we've seen come from it. How important is early detection in solving a pandemic Well devon. I think that most epidemologists have told as it's an essential part of our toolbox for doing with the spread of a pandemic and especially early on in a pandemic and throughout epidemic that still raging the one that we have right now. You really need to understand where the the virus spreading and quickly it spreading so that you can implement a measures to kind of tamp down that spread such as a social measures as well as technical technology measures such as vaccines Things of that sort. So surveillance is key in Trying to prevent the virus from spreading in so currently were doing tests of this kind of surveillance but how is that being done right now and is that really enough shirts so right now there's two main ways of doing testing for individuals. One is the gold standard and that is something called. Pcr so a pr tests or rtp. Cr test basically takes the virus from an individual sample such as you know nasal swab that we've seen People get and what it does. Amplifies up that genomic signature of the virus. So you're actually looking at the viral genome and you're amplifying it up so that you can test it. Unfortunately this again. This is the gold standard but unfortunately required a laboratory. So you need a you need a technician And it it's it. It takes quite some time for that sample to go to the laboratory laboratory to process the samples and then information back out

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Small Plane Makes Forced Landing in Russia

Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

01:58 min | 4 months ago

Small Plane Makes Forced Landing in Russia

"First item in our news segment. Is this accident. A seila s. i l. a. Antonov an twenty eight at by car registration. Two eight seven to eight performing a flight from kudrow obvi- to tomsk russia with fifteen passengers and four crew was in route about one hundred nautical miles west of tomsk when radio and radar contact was lost Let's see the signal of an emt was picked up afterwards in the vicinity of the village. Abubakar rescue and recovery teams are on their way to the site where they were they already reached. There will learn that here in a second. The aircraft was found upside down. Everyone survived one of the pilots received a serious injury a broken leg. All others escaped with minor or no injuries. According to initial information the crew did not report any problems or anomalies. With the flight the crew performed a forced landing in an open area following At least one failed engine. A number of russian media reported quoting survivors. Both engines of the aircraft had failed. The rescue operation had been completed. Twelve people are being flown to tomsk the tomsk via a helicopter. The rest are taken to tomsk via bus russia's m. k. opened an investigation into the accident stating that. The aircraft carrier pilots technicians fifteen passengers. There were no fatalities. The aircraft's sustained sustained substantial damage commission has been formed to investigate the accident. And here we have some photos of the accident site with the airplane on. Its back another. There's a better one a little bit clearer better exposure. Yeah look like maybe a kind of a bumpy landing. Perhaps pretty rough terrain doesn't it. Yeah So that's all we know about this at this

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How To Save Your Nails After Shellac

You Beauty

02:12 min | 4 months ago

How To Save Your Nails After Shellac

"You know how. I used to be a massive like acrylic shellac. Gal like my. Now's whenever i've taken them off have always been still quite strong. It's quite strange that's fantastic. I reckon you're probably in the minority there but a lot of that comes down to your diet and nio health and also the technician that did now so you must have a good person. So basically i mean shellac. He's one of the more gentle foams back in the day when it was acrylics lakes and it was a falling down the nile. And all that sort of stuff you really left with paper-thin nails at the end. Jails have come a long way but they still going to damage the niobe no matter what anyone says says because it has to adhere to the nile. So it's going to kind of hang on there and stay somehow so essentially you're waiting for that part of the nail bed to grow out and you're fresh now from underneath to come through. It's a long process. It can be a vicious cycle because you go. Oh my way he can now comey both a nego. Get you niles don again. A few tapes. That i have are all collagen. So an injectable. We'll make a massive difference to your niles collagen when ingested works on the protein. So your hair skin and nails. Whenever i take it and i am religiously taking it twice a day at the moment my nails are so thick and grow so fast that i have to trim them so often. I'm like oh my nails a too long. So i definitely get onto an all collagen supplement. Now hod is absolutely do work but they need to be applied day. They're a labor of love. I always aaad now. I do not apply to every day. I do it every four days but it starts to get a bit monkey but basically whatever you're going gonna do. It is going to take effort and time to grow up and to love that nile. That's a beach flaky and dehydrated so some of my recommendations in terms of nail harness. The m'voula scientific penetrating nile haba nineteen ninety-five. It's really fantastic. Rpi has the natural now strengthen our which is also about twenty bucks and also the revived and al intensive strength which is thirty dollars so those three are really good. But you need to apply reapply. The next day take it off. Apply reapply the next day every second day until you now's a nice and stone also. Don't do what i've done. And just like put layer upon layer on nor after the second day you generally have to take it off and start again otherwise it starts to get real real

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You Can Lead a Dog to Water, but Can You Make Him Drink?

Does This Happen to You

02:20 min | 4 months ago

You Can Lead a Dog to Water, but Can You Make Him Drink?

"You can lead a dog to water but can you make him drink over the years. I've taken my dogs to the veterinarian. Dozens of times for wellness dog checks accidental poisonings and other less fun things when doug does reach a certain age. They're considered senior citizens as we all know. The older someone gets the more their body glommed on health issues like a ramoro on a sharks back lover attain the ripe youthful age of thirteen. He achieved his level up. So i brought him into the vet for his reward of shots and getting felt up. He's not particularly fond of what people do to him at the vet but he does love cookies and pets. The potential bribe has always been enough to keep him on good behavior while they're due to cova. No one enters the vet office except the people working there. I handed lover off to a vet tech and waited for my phone call in my car. Fifteen minutes later lovers doctor told me that he acted like a puppy but she heard a heart murmur. I went through this before with another dog so i asked for the tests and waited longer. Lovers results came back a few days later. Everything look good thankfully but he is creating was elevated creatine shows kidney functionality lovers levels were iffy the vet told me she needed his urine. How do you want to get it. I enquired because i have never once in my life needed to get a dog to pee into a cup. We can get to text to walk him and get it that way or you can get it yourself. The vet inform me. I paused for a moment. Envisioning the absolute fun involved. Juggling a dog leash dog cooperation and a container full of dog p versus the extra charge for the vet technician's time. He pretty much puts everything out there. So i think i can do it. The next day hands covered in vinyl gloves. I took the dog and a glass jar for walk.

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Pete Alonso Repeats in Record-Breaking Home Run Derby

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

01:16 min | 5 months ago

Pete Alonso Repeats in Record-Breaking Home Run Derby

"When i saw you When we opened up the zoom this morning there a were within orioles cap. You had some oriole pride today. After what trae manzini did. Last night amid that rate homerun derby. Oh my goodness what an evening last night was. I mean i told my boss. P g that This is the high point of the orioles season so had had to wear the hat this morning. I was beaming with pride last night. You know we we. We talk about people being an inspiration in sports. A lot like diaw trey. Manzini really is to beat cancer. First of all i mean. That's inspired himself. But to comeback performed a high level then with the spotlight on them last night you know obviously couldn't edge. Pete alonso out in the derby. But i just have a magnificent performance of it was truly truly a special night especially for orioles fans and it really was so much fun to see how much fun trae was having a wis Shohei ohtani absolute blast. Although he didn't survive the past the first round and pete alonso. and i gotta say taylor. I made my share of lousy picks. You know. I got the angels for example winning the american league west this year which really look stupid at this point but we talked about guests told you i pete. Alonso is going to win. He's the technician. He's figured this

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Meet the Invasive Species Rampaging Through Ontario Forests

The Big Story

01:51 min | 5 months ago

Meet the Invasive Species Rampaging Through Ontario Forests

"I'm jordan heath rawlings. This is the big story david. Uk vetch is the entomology technician at the invasive species center. Hey david fellow. Can you start just for the folks like me who haven't really thought about this problem until it reached a critical mass. I guess what are these. Moths that we're talking about today. Well they're a moth that has been in ontario for a number of years now almost forty years now however a lot of people don't really recognize them more or see them too often until they get to these larger outbreak status. We have had about three or four Sort of larger outbreaks since nineteen eighty five nine hundred ninety one as well as in two thousand and two. They were all outbreaks over One hundred thousand hectares of defoliation to put some of that into perspective. One hectare is equal to about the same size as the soccer field. So that's a large area That has been defoliated by these gypsy moth species. It's a type of lep adopter or a type of moth and butterfly and this moth has come over from. Europe was brought over by a french scientist and he was basically trying to mate are native silkworms species With this gypsy moth in order to try and create a new species that can produce silk. So that's really what how the moth got here. And why became a problem is because that scientists at the moth got away from him and started many issues in the massachusetts area and is slowly expanded from there

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The UFOs the Government Couldn't Explain

Supernatural with Ashley Flowers

02:25 min | 5 months ago

The UFOs the Government Couldn't Explain

"Most ufo stories are typically difficult or impossible to verify at the center of today's story. Though we have eyewitnesses. Who aren't your average. Joe shmoe off the street. They're trained pilots and technicians with years of experience. Working for the us military and the events all happened not long ago. It's the fall of two thousand. Four and two ships are parked about a hundred miles south west of san diego the cruiser uss princeton and the aircraft carrier u. s. s. Nimitz besides the ships crews they're loaded with navy pilots running routine flight drills keeping their skills sharp as they wait for deployment as the pilots hit the skies. Radar technicians back on the ships. Track their flights. It's all pretty standard stuff but sometime around the end of october. A few technicians notice unusual blips registering on their equipment as many as five to ten objects. Keep flying within ten miles or so of where they're running these drills they're all cruising at about twenty eight thousand feet which is too high for them to be birds but they're moving too slowly to be planes. The texts broadcast radio transmissions asking who these aircrafts are. They don't receive any replies. The even recalibrate their equipment thinking the blips could be some bugs in their software. But they're not they're screens keep showing these unidentified flying objects now thanks to pop culture a lot of people here unidentified flying object think alien spaceship despite its very literal meaning. I mean a balloon can be considered a ufo until someone confirms. It's just a balloon in this case the ufo's could be anything. A spy plane a missile or even a drone smuggling drugs into the country so on november fourteenth. Two thousand four the navy. Dispatches squadron commander david favor to intercept the objects whatever. They are but a half hour into david's flight. Radar technicians spot one of the blips. They give him some coordinates and he has out in that direction mentally preparing for what he'll do if the ufo is actually hostile near the ordinance. His plane infrared camera picks up on something and it's directly below him.

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How to Build a Personal Brand

Brands On Brands On Brands

02:02 min | 6 months ago

How to Build a Personal Brand

"What is personal. Branding so personal brandy. Let's set the definition here first before we get started for me. Personal branding is really all about reputation. Your reputation defines how people see you approach shoe and eventually want to do business with you. Your personal brand is how you represent yourself to the world so as an example if you are starting a business or you're thinking about starting a business or you want to be a coach or a mentor or provide some kind of service where your reputation is the basis for the service and drives a success of the service. You're gonna wanna make sure that you are doing a few things. You're gonna wanna make sure that you are positioned in the market in other words. That people know what you do how you do it. And if you're good at it or not you're also going to want to be able to explain to people why you're different and what it is that makes them right for your service and you write for them in terms of helping them right so this is all about figuring out who you are. So when i get people started in terms of their personal branding journey first question to ask is. How do you want to help people. What are you looking to offer. And i think it's a simple question but it's one that a lot of people struggle with right off the bat because they know what they've done in the past. A lot of people are experts in something because they did a job for many many years. There's a good book on this. Called the e myth which is about Not not online ebay. Like as in entrepreneurship myth and the book is really about. You know talking about how when you leave something like a corporate job a you're you're a technician specialists something and then you switch to wanting to be an entrepreneur. You aren't prepared for that.

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"technician" Discussed on Protrusive Dental Podcast

Protrusive Dental Podcast

03:26 min | 6 months ago

"technician" Discussed on Protrusive Dental Podcast

"Everything have but you can hold me accountable for your your opponent. Because i've done the edge but then you've tried to end to re-engage other tech should ever be accountable via. I think that should be dante yourselves. And what comes june again back to communication. Tell me what you won't do it. I think it's good to be prescriptive with etching as well. Because what i tell my attention to do is i will say five percent heidelberg acid for twenty seconds per protocol. I used i hope. I'm not putting in the spot too much but is that the concentration. The time that you're doing or do you follow a different protocol as per manufacturer guidelines. It depends on the manufacturer. Goldline's the acetate that you've got yourself so the acetate or as saving instructions to some generally about twenty seconds audit of mine for twenty seconds but some of that takes ultimately spicy depends on the concentration of the edge liquid. That you've got yourself and obviously these timespans will never get stronger away cry times. I respect that massively. I'm glad you do that because there was a technician at chain of technicians. I was using some years ago. And the on these would come back. And they look like super-rich they look really and email saying which construction and using hallowing using four. Are you following my instructions. I didn't tell what my is. Because i write them. In every case. I said how long you doing an email back a photo of the edge of the we used it for about sixty to ninety seconds. I'm like you're wrenching..

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"technician" Discussed on Protrusive Dental Podcast

Protrusive Dental Podcast

04:06 min | 6 months ago

"technician" Discussed on Protrusive Dental Podcast

"So do you trust tech and if you ask for etching to be done in a lab and then obviously we all just on a clean everything here but you can hold me accountable for. You'll your foam. Because i've done the edge but then you've tried to end any veterinary edge. I think you should ever be accountable via. I think they should be dance yourselves. And when it comes to it again back to communication. Tell me what you want. Not welcome to the protractive dental podcast. The forward thinking podcast for dental professionals. Join us as we discuss hot topics. Dentistry clinical tips continuing education and adding value to your life and career with your host jazz galati. When i was a foundation dentists. My training program director was removed ratan. Who some of you may have heard of. His speeches stories are famous in the dental circles. A great guy and he gave some really good advice to me. he said jazz. Make sure you pick your technician very carefully because an average dentist with a good technician and go very far. Hello produce rotea. i'm chas galanti. Welcome this episode about five things. Your technician wish you knew this is all about some things that we can learn as dentist from the technicians who honestly they work so hard and do such a great job. I such an important job re the ones who take that final photo and upload to social media and we get all the accolades and the applause but it was actually the technician.

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Virginia Hospital Technician Charged With Sexually Assaulting Patient

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:29 sec | 7 months ago

Virginia Hospital Technician Charged With Sexually Assaulting Patient

"Is accused of sexually assaulting the patients. He's supposed to help. That man was a worker at a Nova Fair Oaks Hospital and Fairfax County Police arrested him. 25 year old Yushi Me. Koga Contreras of Gainesville is being held without bond. Police accused him of performing a physical exam on a man at the hospital last month. Even though that isn't his job, and he doesn't have a license to provide medical treatment. Detectives are asking you to call if you know of any other Inappropriate contact involving Koga Contreras,

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Interview With Cathy Southwick, Chief Information Officer, Pure Storage

Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)

02:32 min | 7 months ago

Interview With Cathy Southwick, Chief Information Officer, Pure Storage

"Capi south welcomed technician. It's great to see you today. Great to see you too. Thank you kathy. I thought we would begin with you. Your role you are the chief information officer pure storage and maybe you can take a quick moment in provide a brief overview of pure storage. Is business right now. I'd love to do that. So you know appears for relatively young company are i ten years we really set out. To complete change. Storage industry disrupt the status quo. That we'd all been dealing with from an it lens and our vision was really built on being very customer. Centric wanted to fundamentally change expectations for data storage management. Want to think about it from enabling codebase real time access to resilient hybrid cloud data storage for it Not just for. It also developers devops alike etc and really week of storage as co we really want to storage to be dynamic to provide that cloud experience be flexible on demand and really be able to allow developers in spanish to really consume it at their at their Their needs so. That was really whole premise. Behind period. we of say we put the check mark on that and now as we had to go into this next ten years of our company. We really wanna make sure that. We're empowering those organizations who want to really think about their operations as true automated storage as a service model and and really to work across multiple clouds in environments and So that supports on premise. Off prem dedicated or shared platform. So that's really kind of the essence of pure as really being that very customer centric figuring out where we want to be to help our customers data to use Whether reducing the complexity and be able to manage their for structure. That kind of sums up. Think about pure. That's great a great summary. I appreciate you giving that overview and let's talk a bit about your role is a chief information officer no to seattle roles exactly alike. What's what's the what's within your purview. Kathy yeah. I feel very fortunate. I have an incredible Global it team. That's in both domestic us wilson locations around the world as well And we also have responsibility for our cyber strategy for all of the enterprise as well as our product so think of the traditional. It responsibilities of all of our on prem off prem the assassin environments application environments along with data federal that. We support the business but we also have that responsibility as well for looking at what cyber look like for our business around helping to ensure we protect not just our employees and our company but also our customers as well

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"technician" Discussed on Technologist Talk

Technologist Talk

03:23 min | 10 months ago

"technician" Discussed on Technologist Talk

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"technician" Discussed on Veteran On the Move

Veteran On the Move

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"technician" Discussed on Veteran On the Move

"It's awesome well So Thomas Getting close to time here doing if somebody's interested in checking out the the perfect technician academy. how would they? How would they find you and and what kind of information would you have for them? Absolutely. So You can go and search perfect addition academy through Youtube and we'll have a bunch of videos on Youtube Channel that I'd recommend people check out or perfect technician academy dot Com that's our school website, and there you can find brochure to download or.

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"technician" Discussed on Veteran On the Move

Veteran On the Move

08:11 min | 1 year ago

"technician" Discussed on Veteran On the Move

"Different pieces of what's in there I, said, I promise you you have the technical acumen to fix a Patriot missile system. It won't take me very long to teach you how to fix on air conditioning system or even a commercial fishing system. The reality is, is that this is much simpler than you're working on now and it's just transitioning that knowledge to a new field and it can happen very quickly usually the first two weeks people are shocked, and then all of a sudden three, they turn a corner and all of a sudden it all makes sense and they're just running with it. Yeah I really do think Time and time. Again, I, see veterans to sell themselves short because they've talked until out of whatever I did in the military, there's no civilian application and the reason that there are a lot of civilians that think about vendors like. So you worked Patriot missiles but okay. But you know House Ed. Apply to the civilian sector but there's a lot of city agencies that will do that. They don't get it either but the ones they get it. They focus in on those soft skills and you're like, like you said, if you're if you have the capability of learning how to maintain a Patriot missile system, I could probably teach you how to do a lot of technical stuff and you're going to pick it up pretty quick absolutely, and I'll tell you that training program that they taught you how to. Work your system is going to be very similar to the training program your experience when you come here as well, very intense, high intensity stuff six days a week and six weeks done, and so we want to get you out in the workforce as soon as possible making the Ninko, the you have learning objectives and enable learning objectives. Absolutely We worked for the State of Texas, where it workforce initiative through the State of Texas. So we're actually recognized and certified by the Texas Workforce Commission and part of that is all of our curriculum has to be reviewed. We have to have learning objectives everything's in place and approved and You know I. It's been trying and we've got a lot of success with it. So we're GONNA continue to run with it. It's awesome. Okay. So what is six weeks at the perfect technician academy cost? US Some of the six week program is fifteen, thousand, five, hundred, twenty, five dollars. We do a variety different things that. We are approved. So if you have gi bill benefits that will cover the entire if you're one hundred percent eligible. Those that are of interest and eligible or even ten percent eligible. Basically, we will take the VA payment has their down payment, and once we get you to work and you start working whatever that balance is you pay two hundred and fifty dollars a month that no interest back to the school and pay it off as you go. So most people if they come in, they have no money they opened down down payment between fifteen hundred and thirty five hundred dollars is the down payment and the pay two hundred and fifty dollars for forty, eight, fifty, six months and be done. But. One of who want to do is we want to make sure you're fully employed before you start Amos back. And you mentioned this. A little bit earlier. The averages that you're seeing what are most guys coming right out read out of. Your training program making. So it varies from state to state and locations. It's going to be a little bit different but the the average salary selling coming out. Within the first year they should be making about forty, five, forty, seven, thousand dollars somewhere in that range and. They can make a whole lot more than that. Once what you were talking about building trust with that customer having that repeat customer and those opportunities. When you build trust with customers, you increase that opportunity for long-lasting business, potential creating agreements and things to help you to be successful, and that's really what it is. Once you get that these down and understand you know the selling aspect and how to ask for money I, mean, those are some things about difficulty in over once you get to that point and you understand how all those things play together. These technicians now I kind of told you the beginning I worked at a medical school for twenty five years and I know people that are family physicians and I know twenty-eight-year-old h back that are making as much if not more than the family physicians that went to medical school ten years of college medical. School etc. going on and have all that. Debt. So the reality is you can make a very good living for your family if you yourself and you work are well, that's incredible. Now fifteen thousand five hundred seems like a lot of money I'm curious do with how the Gi Bill Works Trades, schools, gazettes as fairly new with it the GI bills covering trade schools in the last few years. for example, if you go to college for nine months, two semesters in the total bill is fifteen, thousand, five, hundred in that uses up nine months of your thirty six month eligibility. So essentially used one year of College of one of your four years of college eligibilty in a typical brick and mortar type school scenario. If you use fifteen five on a trait, a six week trade school Gino. How many months of the bill that Burns up? Eight months off the GI bill so it takes. One Year of your fears, Position GonNa Community College for a year. So what what I tell Liz I if you WANNA do a slow paced learning. You go to the Community College. You'll do much slower pace and you're you're getting the same education as much as you put into it you'll get out of it but you're not gonNA earning money. During that time you come to a six week program we take everything they're teaching you in those that year program and work grandma the six weeks and we have eight hour. Days plus two hours of homework every night and it six days a week. So the number of hours spent in the classroom and doing this stuff and that six weeks is the same as you're going to spend over that year period of community college is just much more intense and all at one time and we feel that if we do it that way, there's less likelihood that you're GonNa Forget what you learn week one when it comes week sits you do over a year what you learn and twelve month twelve month one. Yes sometimes, there's a lot of information that's lost and so by concentrating that, get you in the work environment where you're doing it right away you retain the information much bet and you're making income within six weeks rather than after twelve months. So that's the benefit but the cost is there. That's a real cost and does date eight months away but the reality is you're in the workforce right away absolutely and you know if you're coming out of the military and you need income real quick like especially if you have if you married have a family whatever you don't have the luxury of being able to live on a you know macaroni and cheese in tuna for a couple of years. The I remember. It's a great tradition but boom six weeks in your urine positive income mode at that point after the six weeks, you still have three years essentially if you're Gi bill left. So you go out you start working the fact job. If you decide you don't like it. Then you can always walk away from it and you still get three years eligible to go to traditional college or You just keep on work in Indian going to night school or correspondence June doing some of the correspondence classes go to college anyways, and you still got three years left and you just double do double duty so. It's quick. And what you talk about one of your relatives that was. Doing commercial but then doing residential Hvac on the side and thanks to make some extra money I talked I read one of our graduates actually an easing. Now. So he goes to college fall and spring. Then all summer he works for an air conditioning contracts in the south. That's the biggest time for eggnog. Right so you works all summer and he hasn't had to take out any loans. He's made plenty of money. You you you use your Gi. Bill stuff or the school during the fall and spring plus you're taking home drink you're making over the summer you can spread out and live in addition to that. So, there's a lot of it opens up the door that you can do a lot lot more, and once you have that certification and once you have that experience, no can take that away from you go anywhere in the country and work and heating or dishing. Areas being in the south heating to begin the north and you're GONNA learn it all know how.

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"technician" Discussed on Veteran On the Move

Veteran On the Move

07:56 min | 1 year ago

"technician" Discussed on Veteran On the Move

"Less all the time because the military's much smaller than it used to be. So you have all these baby boomers these old is older generation folks that are all retired and in time out of these jobs. But yet, you really don't have anybody come in behind him to replace him. With the trades, a lot of people have a misconception that the trades are a minimum wage job and you're gonNA struggle to make a living struggle sports family and yeah. If you're eighteen or nineteen coming into the trades you may make. Thirteen fourteen fifteen dollars an hour as as that new person coming in. But if you're coming in as a repair service technician people that were training many times you're going to be working on commissions you can be worked commercial with the salary you work in. The armored Labor Statistics says the average salary h back ignition is about twenty to twenty four dollars an hour The average salary is right about forty eight, thousand dollars a year in that range, and that's what the Department of Labor says. Now then takes in everybody who's the basic they mission to You know some of the better technicians but the reality is there's a lot of money to be made you WanNa, work art, and one of the things we find is that those guys coming out on the military and transition to this feel tend to do tend to be the top performers in the field because at the have some inherent deals already understand respect respecting the customer they understand had. Leave a job site clean secure. You know well done do the job right the first time. There's so many pieces that US'll that the guys out of the military really good great job. We talk about statistics the age back industry right now, one of the fastest growing industries in the United States as far as employment, it's growing about next few years expected growth thirteen percent, which is outpacing other industries The other thing is, is you know? As people are staying at home with. Kobe. Guess what they're using a lot of their home essential services and those things and they want to be comfortable. So said during covert, we had about a two week period where things shutdowns people were a little worried about what this man was happening. But after that two week period, our technicians have been busier than they've ever been in any given year. And that's because everyone's at home they're using those. Services and they really want to be comfortable and so the reality that technicians that have their graduates are. Just. Repeatedly, tell me that they're busier than they've been in a normal year. So that's an exciting thing, and it's great to be an essential service as well, and then one other piece of it that you're talking about statistics, Data Insulin, throw this out there is. A lot of people don't realize is the cost effectiveness of trae school versus going to college and I don't I don't say don't go to college what I tell people is if you go to college have plan what you're going to do with your degree and just like you're GonNa go to trade school have a plan have a plan in place. That's the most important part of the conversation because if you go to college without a plan, you're going to go to school for four years you can come out with an English degree and you're going to be making about thousand dollars a year selling copy machines or something of that nature. Okay. So the reality is, is that an? H. Back technician that comes out of our program is also making forty, seven, thousand dollars a year. So if you take those two, you go to college for four years how much debt you came late in those years how many how much living expenses you spend all that you're probably going to spend taking about one hundred, thousand dollars during those years at a minimum. If you do that you already one hundred thousand dollars in the hole plus you're paying percent interest on loans you take out right so you're already in the hole with interest and other payments based on becoming a six week trae school. It doesn't cost nearly amount of much one year of college, but you do that. And you're already making money after six weeks and so you're making money Byrd three. Three almost four years. That salary. So you already making about two hundred, thousand dollars in the period that they went hundred thousand dollars in bit, and so as one of the things I won't be thinking about is you know if college isn't right for you, there's other great opportunities. You make a great living and you're GONNA make yourself much more economically sound than if you spend that money on something, you don't really want to do so. Throw out there. Yeah. Well, Hey, we're gonNA take a quick break. We'll be right back. Hi. You're looking for ways to save more each month. Look no further Navy Federal Credit Union offers members great ways to lower their interest rates and save more when easy option transfer your credit card balanced to a navy federal platinum credit card in save with a low intro APR since Navyfederal Slowest, Rate Card Platinum card is perfect for large purchases that you might need extra time to pay off another great way to save is by refinancing. Your auto loan from another lender with navyfederal members save more when refi with navyfederal enjoy low rates and flexible payments in terms plus when refi your auto loan from another lender with Navy federal, you get a two hundred dollar bonus. It's easy drive off and save and navy federal members of the mission terms and conditions apply learn more at navyfederal dot org insured by NCUA Credit Claro subject to approval refinance must be at least five thousand. Two hundred dollars. Okay. We're back talking with Dr Thomas Thomas Mormon and currently the provost in school director at Perfect Technician Academy. So so Thomas you're talking about. little bit different approach with with the trade school that you're currently running, and so I suspect a couple of things that you mentioned. In addition most, let's face it most trade schools focused like almost one hundred percent entirely on the trade itself the technical aspects of the trade. But when you're dealing with customers and you're in their houses and doing things like this, there's so much more involved in whether. If somebody just comes up and fixes their AC unit. And then leaves the customers like pretty much more or less satisfied. But if if somebody comes and the whole customer experiences like so much better and they get their AC fixed, then that's the person they're going to go back to. So what kind of things did you implement have implemented in your school? Things along the lines of leadership. Customer service customer interaction. You mention you know how important it is to leave the job site clean or cleaner than you than you found it kind of things have you implemented? Absolutely so From the school perspective, five of the six weeks or focused on the book stuff that you need to know the theory stuff you need to know and the actual lab work technical work that you need to know. But the final the program is completely about the customer experience and how to best. Manage customer experience and to make it a good experience, not only for the customer, but for the technician themselves. You know it's everything from basic sales, things about how to present yourself at the door. Carrying a big old message toolbag or you're carrying a clean toolbag. I, mean, where do you Park Your van? You drive it up into someone's driveway their driveway. A lot of people see does invasion of privacy. So we got a lot of pieces of those. Other saying. There's a lot of ways to do things. Even, from year, he finished one service called. You sit in front of their house and do all the rain for the next call or do you move on stop somewhere else and prepare for a service, all these kind of things that maybe minor. But they're very important that customer experience about how that's GonNa blow and we try to also teach them how to do sales with integrity I mean. That's a very important part of this industry is many the trade industries they get a bad reputation about people trying to cheat the customer and so one of the things that we try to train his how to do sales with integrity doing it the right way giving people options that they need to have this patch face. This is a option one, which is the lowest type of repair. What we can do that will get you by and you know they'll probably last five ten years. Here's option to that. So much better unit may be more or we can add these other.

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"technician" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"technician" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"To have a technician come back he's got my adrenaline but I'm getting larger stay up at night how this is happening what's what's got me what what's intriguing to me is especially when it is something like a what's going on with sister came with you know that you end up with a young player and you wonder are we going to look back and say this is this is when it will all say oh this that was the season that was the moment in time when a great young superstars board you said that I took the casket all ranges of Long Beach resident he says this he said this is this is an amazing amazing little software Radeon everybody for the told us this draft whatever is easiest he admits seven year old male just like born again for this blue shirt yeah I don't believe it will double and I'm glad shows to recorder back if we did the water to the fish they could now look what happened in what is that Tuesday should be a a a a big one and you know what this area is always more fun around here thanks for the call Ralph appreciate it's always more fun around here when islanders and Rangers are both relevant and because I lose Rangers match up when both teams are relevant and and pushing for something and mark I don't know where you where you fall in that one but there's something I've talked about in years past hockey's spring when and you need to have two of the locals in my opinion both be in the Stanley Cup playoffs meat to locals in the Stanley Cup playoffs it turns into a hockey spring is start getting hockey calls on the fan and people get into it and I I I it would be wonderful it is and I think you need those two teams so as much as the Rangers and devils have had their battles it's not the same as the Rangers now not same yeah but but it still has been getting I don't know but yes Rangers and islanders relevant is it makes things fun all right twelve twenty time productive marca the lord brought you buy to buy London visit the engagement experts americana Manhasset East Hampton and western World Trade Center took all six days for your assessment as to reverse course and decide to speak to the media buy one get into the past but did speak about the rehab process I feel that I've had I'm happy with the progress every day I'm not I'm still working story can you get better and better it's not as fast as as I as I wanted to be but as the season approaches through an interpreter now we know this is a walkie process but as with a wild boar costing millions and millions of dollars a letter this morning to ten with ten being the highest how motivated these are your words to succeed this year.

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"technician" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"technician" Discussed on KOMO

"Is a cleaning technician she says they need higher staffing levels in more pain we can do to best cleaning that we are supposed to do for the safety of our patients executives say they're done negotiating Swedish first he'll see Kevin Brooks as thousands of replacements will be flown in Swedish workers will walk off the site and our teams will quickly come in there will be a hand off to ensure safe care and we will proceed business as usual more than eight thousand employees could take part in the strike a Seattle police officer is out of a job after the department says he violated social media policy internalization was launched and officer Dwayne good man for apparently posting profane and politically charged comments on Instagram investigation about one post displayed a picture of a mail bomb that a peer to endorse violence against Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama Goodman has since been fired Seattle police chief Carmen S. released a statement on the investigation writing in part for a police officer to encourage violence against public figures with whom they disagree is a betrayal of the values of our profession that's come was Machel Esteban an elementary school in Snohomish should from mourning the loss of a second grade teacher who died while out on a walk Kim was Nick problem says this the home which county sheriff's office says Kathy jinx was last seen on Monday their body was found on Thursday she was found just along Snohomish cascade drive in a lot of the people we've been speaking with a live near here say that she would was found in the woods they say that she went on that walk Monday and sadly she never made it home Kathy Jiang's taught second graders at little Caesar's elementary parents now almost since twenty seventeen the sheriff's office says her husband had called saying she was missing around four PM Monday and she was founded around eight PM Wednesday night it snowed pretty hard here earlier in the week mark winter and walks this area every day says he's just surprised it took so long for someone to find when you're walking I mean you just got to be aware and maybe look around because it's yeah it's she's couple years younger than me so it's pretty surprising that someone that young at that could happen this is been ruled an accident by the medical examiner's office saying she did die from hypothermia if problems come on it or something up on the twenty ninth new Boeing CEO Dave Calhoun will hold a conference call with investors that's when he'll announce the company's earnings for the fourth quarter of last year bank of America analysts project Boeing may lose up to twenty billion dollars before the seven three seven Max's recertified whatever the losses CNBC reporter Lesley Joseph says Boeing may release the news before it's required to at the end of the month and investors are now looking for and some of that to be reporting even before earnings on the twenty ninth Boeing stock was down two point three percent in Friday trading state representative Matt Shea who is accused of domestic terrorism spoke to a crowd of supporters in Olympia on Friday.

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"technician" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"technician" Discussed on KOMO

"Is a cleaning technician she says they need higher staffing levels in more pain we can do to best cleaning that we are supposed to do for the safety of our patients executives say they're done negotiating Swedish first he'll see Kevin Brooks as thousands of replacements will be flown in a Swedish workers will walk off the site and our teams will quickly come in there will be a hand off to ensure safe care and we will proceed business as usual more than eight thousand employees could take part in the strike a Seattle police officer is out of a job after the department says he violated social media policy internal that's addition was launched and officer Dwayne good man for apparently posting profane and politically charged comments on Instagram investigation about one post displayed a picture of a mail bomb that a peer to endorse the violence against Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama Goodman has since been fires Seattle police chief Carmen S. released a statement on the investigation writing in part for a police officer to encourage violence against public figures with whom they disagree is a betrayal of the values of our profession that's come was Machel Esteban an elementary school in Snohomish mourning the loss of a second grade teacher who died while out on a walk Kim was Nick problem says this the home which county sheriff's office says Kathy jinx was last seen on Monday her body was found on Thursday she was found just along Snohomish cascade drive in a lot of the people we've been speaking with a live near here say that she was found in the woods they say that she went on that walk Monday and sadly she never made it home Caffey James Scott second graders at little Caesar's elementary in Snohomish since twenty seventeen the sheriff's office says her husband had called saying she was missing around four PM Monday and she was founded around eight PM Wednesday night it snowed pretty hard here earlier in the week mark winter and to watch this area every day says he's just surprised it took so long for someone to find when you're a walking I mean you just got to be aware and maybe look around because it's yeah it's she's a couple years younger than me so it's pretty surprising that someone that young that that could happen this is been ruled an accident by the medical examiner's office saying she didn't die from hypothermia come on is coming up on the twenty ninth new Boeing CEO Dave Calhoun will hold a conference call with investors that's when he'll announce the company's earnings for the fourth quarter of last year bank of America analysts project Boeing may lose up to twenty billion dollars before the seven three seven Max's recertified whatever the losses CNBC reporter Lesley Joseph says Boeing may release the news before it's required to at the end of the month and investors are now looking for and some of that to be reporting maybe even before earnings on the twenty ninth Boeing stock was down two point three percent in Friday trading state representative Matt Shea who is accused of domestic terrorism spoke to a crowd of supporters in Olympia on Friday.

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"technician" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

04:07 min | 2 years ago

"technician" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"A credentialed technician in their state, and they have a license that they pay to keep up. They have to go to continuing education in many states to maintain that license, and they are held to a very high standard of professionalism, by the veterinary medical board, as I said, when you first encountering this person in the exam room. There's not a big difference between the skills and education needed in the room to take the history and to talk with the client about why they've come in today. And so a lot of clients, I think don't recognize that there may be speaking to a credential technician, or they may be speaking to an assistant when they come in the room to be honest, I think a lot of clients, especially these days with it seems to me the students that come out every year, the graduates veterinarians get younger and younger every year. And a lot of times the clients don't even recognize that they may be talking to a veterinarian rather staff members that happened to me anymore. I don't I don't know what you know what came about that used to get questioned all the time. So I think it's, you know, it's very interesting. It can be an interesting dynamic in the exam room because some staff members and some clinics are better about those initial introductions than others. And where I am currently working as a relief technician. They focus a lot on communication. And so when you enter the room, the first thing that, that I do that everyone. I work with does introduce themselves and talk about their role in the clinic. But you may not get that at the clinic where you take your pets, and I think it's never a bad thing to ask. Oh, are you an assistant are you a credential technician as I said that initial contact in the exam room? There's not a big difference in the skills or education required to do that part of the job. But I think it's good to know who it is. You're talking with you know, I, I know that you, you know that my husband is an RN and so he cares very much about credentialing and training. And, and of course. So do I. But when I am deal. On the human side with someone that's calling me back about lab results or whatever oftentimes that person will not be a registered nurse or an LPN, and we'll just be someone who does calls. And I think that the general public doesn't understand that everyone in a doctor's office is not a nurse. And I think by the same token, everyone does not understand that everyone. In a veterinary office is not credentialed informally trained, and that's why I wanted to, to have this show today. Yeah, I agree with you. I think it's a big issue. I really I like my doctor's office. They wear very clear name tags that say medical assistant or they have a big like a banner tag on their badges. That say are N or MD. So it's really a clear visual cue to patients to know exactly. Who it is? They're talking to and for a lot of people, and I'm sure your husband knows this very well. They don't understand the difference, even between a medical assistant and an R N. But there. Is a huge difference in education training, certification required. Just as there is in the veterinary side between an assistant and a credential technician. I agree and my team members all have their title really ugly on their name badges. Because I feel like they worked pretty hard to get the credentials that they have, and everybody should know it. So I'm going to share this podcast on my we'll hospital and I think everybody should be aware of who they're talking to so that they can adequately. Appreciate maybe their own investment in their professional skills. I think that is really a huge part of it for the pet owning public is to know that when they're spending their money out of out of hospital that they are contributing to the advancement of the profession if they're at a clinic, that really believes in credential technicians and hires credential technicians to do those jobs and skills that are restricted to credential, technicians, veterinarians. And I think it. Does show a commitment to the profession and a commitment to the gold standard of care by that clinic to hire.

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"technician" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"technician" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Fill out the radio discount request form, and we'll get one of these just for you. But you gotta be the first person. Okay. That's clean, my A C dot com. All right. L? Look, I wanna talk a little bit about the drive by maintenance. Okay. Some of you are sitting there laughing going. What's the drive by maintenance? Well, if you have somebody come out to your house for an air conditioning or heating tuneup that leaves after only spending thirty forty minutes doing a tune-up, frankly, if it's less than seventy five minutes, it's a drive-by tuneup too. So what do you want to do if you've got one of those companies? Well, I'll tell you exactly what to do next time. They call to schedule the maintenance for you, ask them to have the technician give you a sixty second heads up before he gets to the house a quick telephone call. And when you get that telephone call half, your check already written out and just as quickly as you can run up to the end of the driver. And as a technician drives by hold that checkout and slap it right in his hand as he drives by okay? Because you're not really getting anything. And in some cases, they're doing more harm than good. You can't do a tune-up in twenty thirty or forty minutes. Okay. It's not possible. Now, I'm offering this for thirty nine ninety five today. But you only get one shot at it. Okay. At least at the thirty nine ninety five from that point forward. You'll see the value in the maintenance and you'll be happy to pay the regular price. And if you get set up on one of our maintenance agreements, we'll be able to give even more discounts and priority service almost everybody that we see gets one of the maintenance agreements. The fact of the matter is that everybody, and I mean, everybody in the Tampa area needs this. I mean, everybody we all have heating and air conditioning systems. And we all want someone.

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