The Machine Operators Skills Training Program (M.O.S.T.) is a pilot training program designed to prepare displaced, unemployed workers for careers as machine operators in advanced machine shops. Candidates selected for this free program participate in an intensive, two-week training process. Starting wages for CNC (Computer Numerically Controlled) machine operators can range from $10 to $15 per hour.The Vermont Department of Labor (VT DOL) is now accepting applications for the M.O.S.T. program that begins in Bennington on May 8, 2006. Applicants are not required to have previous manufacturing or machining experience. Candidates who successfully complete the training will be eligible to fill current job openings in the Bennington area.The 10-day, accelerated curriculum includes Basic Math Skills, Basic Blueprint Reading, Mechanical Measurement and Quality Control, CNC Milling Technology, and hands-on CNC Programming and Machine Operation. All training is done in a mobile training center specially equipped with computers and desktop machining equipment. After completing the M.O.S.T. classroom training, successful participants selected for employment will receive 60 days of paid, on-the-job training.The M.O.S.T. program is being managed by the Vermont Manufacturing Extension Center (VMEC) and the five other New England affiliates of the nationwide Hollings Manufacturing Extension Partnership (MEP). M.O.S.T. is funded by a grant from the U.S. Department of Labor. The program was launched in Maine on February 8, 2006 and is now spreading to the other New England states.For more information or to apply for the M.O.S.T. program, contact Wendy Morse (802-442-6376) at the VT Department of Labor in Bennington.About VMECVMEC is a not-for-profit Center headquartered in Randolph Center whose mission is “To improve manufacturing in Vermont and strengthen the global competitiveness of the state’s manufacturers.” This is done through professional consulting, one-on-one coaching, and public and onsite workshops to help Vermont’s approximately 2,000 small and medium sized manufacturers increase their productivity, modernize their manufacturing and business processes, adopt advanced technologies, reduce costs, and improve their competitiveness. Visit www.vmec.org(link is external) for more information.
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LifestyleRelationships Pros and Cons of Sowing Your Wild Oats. by: – June 30, 2011 Share Share Share Tweet 111 Views no discussions Sharing is caring! by Rich Santos, Marie ClaireA friend of mine recently ended a relationship and now claims he can’t wait to “sow his wild oats.” I’m wondering how that experience could be as rewarding as growing close to someone and falling in love.So, I weighed the pros and cons:CONSIt’s Not That Easy To DoI strike out just as often when I’m just looking to hook up as I do when I’m looking for a girlfriend. It’s depressing because I set goals (get laid by as many women as possible) and don’t meet those goals. It’s like trying to figure out nuclear fusion: It would be awesome if I could do it, but I’m not capable.You Might Miss a Better OpportunityIf you’re determined to sow your wild oats, you might just let that special person pass you by if they come along at the wrong time.It’s EmptyThere are times when people want fun, void of emotion. But isn’t an emotional connection more fulfilling? After you sow enough wild oats, you might reflect back and find that your experiences haven’t amounted to anything outside of temporary exhilaration.It’s DangerousYou all know I have an acute fear of every STD in the book… Not to mention unintended pregnancy. Is it worth the risk?It Makes You Feel CheapAs you go from person to person, the spontaneity and fun may turn into shame. Many people who set out to sew their wild oats accept that they are going to be compromising traditional morals. But, after a while, it’s not uncommon to feel bad about yourself if you’re stringing together flings.PROSIt Convinces You That You’re “Ready”People seem more prone to get into relationships once they’ve purged the “bad side” from their systems.It Eliminates RegretOne common male regret is not playing the field enough before settling down. If that regret follows you into a marriage, it can get dangerous.I’ve come to the conclusion that sowing your wild oats is overrated. People who need to do it are most likely not “relationship”-oriented. It’s all relative — some might say that my two one-night stands qualify as “wild oats.” I think that it takes a lot more than that, but then again I’m conservative.What do you think are the pros and cons of this kind of behavior? Do you believe it’s necessary to go through this phase before you can get into a relationship?
England are their opponents at the AJ Bell Stadium in Salford.Both sides are unchanged from their respective semi-final victories.This means that Ireland coach Nigel Carolan has put Cashel RFC’s Sean O’Connor in his starting XV once again.