Monday, 1 July 2013

Seminar

A seminar is, generally, a form of academic instruction, either at an academic institution or offered by a commercial or professional organization. It has the function of bringing together small groups for recurring meetings, focusing each time on some particular subject, in which everyone present is requested to actively participate.

Formal presentation by one or more experts in which the attendees are encouraged to discuss the subject matter.
 The word seminar is a term that is used to describe a gathering in which there is an academic purpose. Most seminars are taught by people in academic fields, and are held in order to teach other educators about the subject.
The word seminar is a term that is used to describe a gathering in which there is an academic purpose. Most seminars are taught by people in academic fields, and are held in order to teach other educators about the subject. 

Types of seminars

International Office Seminars
Held in key cities across the country and at the international headquarters of IAEI in Richardson, TX, part of the Dallas Metroplex, these seminars are open to anyone interested in the electrical industry. Administrative provisions for an International Office seminar are conducted through the International Office.

On-Site Seminars
Many organizations in the electrical industry have experienced exceptional results from the excellent materials and training provided from IAEI on-site seminars.
On-site seminars have many benefits. They provide training at your facility at a convenient time–whether within regular business hours or on scheduled shifts–and are usually the most cost-effective way of meeting education and training plans or goals. Organizations and private companies can save a significant amount in reduced travel expense and lost productive time with an on-site seminar.

Subjects from which you may choose include:
  • Analysis of the National Electrical Code
  • Grounding of Electrical Systems for Safety
  • One- and Two-Family Dwelling Electrical Systems
  • Custom seminars on any section of the National Electrical Code or specific electrical systems based on the current edition of the NEC
We will provide an expert presenter with years of experience in the code making, design, and inspection processes. In addition, we will provide all instructional materials, including any audio/visual equipment not provided by your organization.Where applicable, you will purchase a textbook for each attendee from us at a discount from the list price plus shipping.
Continuing Education Certificates (CEUs) will be awarded to those who complete the training. Administrative provisions for on-site seminars are typically provided by the on-site client. Should, however, you prefer the seminar to be off-site, we can provide any package, including hotel or conference locations, scheduling and meals.

Cooperative (Co-Op) Seminars

IAEI section, chapters, and divisions can team up with the International Office under the cooperative seminar program to offer electrical training to the electrical industry professionals in their local areas. For a flat reduced rate, the International Office will provide an expert instructor with years of experience in the NEC code-making process and as an instructor. The International Office will provide the instructional material as well. Administrative provisions are handled through the IAEI section, chapter, or division. Several IAEI chapters and divisions have taken advantage of this co-op training with great results. For the chapter or division, a co-op seminar is an excellent way to increase both membership and education efforts at the local or division level.

Custom Seminars

Some custom seminars are already available and can be produced with advance notice. If, however, we must design and produce an entirely original seminar, we will need to schedule time for this production. These custom seminars can be held in an on-site location or as a co-op seminar.
 

Seminar's Objectives

The objectives of the seminar are:
1. to provide a comprehensive understanding of the functions and operations of the government in New Brunswick
2. to encourage the use of the model parliament forum in New Brunswick senior high schools
3. to promote positive relations between Anglophone and Francophone students in New Brunswick
4. to develop informed and responsible Canadian citizens .

5.To further raise awareness about ‘Learning Mobility’ and new mobility policies.
6.To gain new insights from examples of best practice as well as through group discussion (collaborative learning).
7.To learn and share knowledge about how the Bologna Experts can help shaping policies in the field of mobility.


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