MSM South Africa September 17, 2012 Brian Mitchell
MSM South Africa September 17, 2012 Brian Mitchell and Brad Killaly Emory Goals To introduce and immerse ourselves in the cultural and social experience of an African nation and the African continent To instill a fundamental appreciation of the social, economic and ethnic challenges in the history of a diverse and developing nation. To understand the differing commercial challenges, and opportunities, of succeeding in business in South Africa as well as in Africa. Emory Evaluation To receive credit for the course participants must: Complete advanced work Book Background material
Team site preparation Attend all pre-travel meetings Attend and participate fully in all activities and site visits during the module Emory Pre-Work Read one of 10 selected books on South Africa, some examples are Country of My Skull: Guilt, Sorrow and the Limits of Forgiveness in the New South Africa. South Africa: The First Man, The Last Nation. Tomorrow is Another Country: The Inside Story of South Africas Road to Change. Disgrace: A Novel Kaffir Boy, The True Story a Black Youth's Coming of Age in Apartheid South Africa Read current economic and social conditions briefs on South Africa Prepare for site visits (team) We will meet at least twice before departing, with
one meeting on Tuesday, February 26 Emory Schedule DATE LOCATION ACTIVITY March 5 Johannesburg Evening Arrive March 6 Johannesburg Soweto & Apartheid Museum March 7
Johannesburg Company Visits March 8 Johannesburg Company Visits March 9 Johannesburg/ Pilanesberg Travel (coach) March 10 Pilanesberg Eco-tourism
March 11 Pilanesberg to Cape Town Travel (coach and flight) March 12 Cape Town Company Visits March 13 Cape Town Company Visit & Tour March
Emory 14 Cape Town Robben Island & Table Mountain Travel Schedule & Site Visits Depart: Monday, March 4 -> Arrive: Evening March 5 ATL->JNB (non-stop) Return: Friday, March 15 -> Arrive: Evening March 16 CPT->ATL (via Amsterdam) Johannesburg Soweto Tour, Apartheid museum, The Chris Hani Baragwanath Hospital, Soweto Elementary School, Mass Mart, Coca-Cola SA, JSE Pilanesberg Ivory Tree Game Lodge Eco Tourism
Cape Town University of Cape Town, Adidas, Robben Island, Table Mountain, Stellenbosch Emory Estimated Cost Airfare: $1,784 as of today Tour Cost: $3,229 Emory Accommodation Ground transfers & intra-country flights Gratuities All breakfasts, 3 of 10 lunches, 4 of 10 dinners
Change to learning outcomes approach (EQF, ECVET, validation of non-formal/informal learning) New Skills for New Jobs The role of guidance Interface between E&T and labour market Awareness of results of forecasting initiative - inform the clients to make the right...
Lack of Intervention Outcome 1 YEAR PILOT COMMUNITY AWARENESS CO-ORDINATOR TWO PROCESSES OPTIONS AVAILABLE EVALUATED/REVIEWED FUNDING REQUIRED MULTI VENUE SELF EXCLUSION PROCESS (For NCGM Venues Information) MVSE - Forms MVSE - CL VENUE CHECKLIST MVSE - REQ MVSE REQUEST MVSE...
Rhinovirus (RNA) COMMON COLD. Influenza Virus (RNA) Chickenpox Virus (DNA) Papillomavirus - Warts! (DNA) HIV - (Retrovirus) HOST SPECIFICITY. All kingdoms can be infected by viruses. Viruses are kingdom specific but they may or may not be species specific.
Introduction to Engine Parts, Operation and Function. Chapter 11 Lesson 1. ... Top dead center (TDC) piston is at its highest point in the cylinder. ... Introduction to Engine Parts, Operation and Function
Uniform cost search = Dijkstra's algorithm = BFS with variable costs. Uniform-cost search = Dijkstra's algorithm. For each frontier node, save the total cost of the path from the initial state to that node.
Radio-opaque objects or foreign bodies in the path of x-ray beam produce image opacities which may obscure or confuse vital anatomical details. Common radio-opaque artefacts are : - Dentures - Safety pins-Hearing aids -Hair grips -Wrist watches -Jewellary. ...
Ready to download the document? Go ahead and hit continue!