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Getting your GED

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Getting your GED is an important step in professional and personal development. There were over 20,000 adults who took all or part of the GED test in 2012. The GED is not a test that can be sneezed at; it is a very difficult test. In fact, out of more than 22,000 test takers in 2012, just under 13,000 completed all tests with passing scores. What is the Format? As [...]

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How do you best prepare for university?

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We asked university lecturers, personal tutors and doctors for their top tips to avoid stress from the start: • Don’t expect to excel at every aspect of your course. “That can lead to burnout,” says Dr Hinnah Rafique, a lecturer in public policy at Oxford University. “You don’t have to be good at everything. You’ll have strengths in different areas and eventually find one or two aspects you do better [...]




Actions Taken for the safety of our candidates and staff.

  1. Phasing – Create a phased transition to return to work aligned with risk and exposure levels.
  2. Sanitize – Before employees return, disinfect the workplace and make any physical alterations needed for physical distancing.
  3. Screenings – Develop a health status screening process for all employees.
  4. Hygiene – Create a plan to handle sick employees, and encourage safe behaviors for good hygiene and infection control.(mask,temperature evaluation,gloves,spray shoes with alcohol)
  5. Tracing – Follow proper contact tracing steps if workers get sick to curb the spread of COVID-19.
  6. Mental Health – Commit to supporting the mental and emotional health of your workers by sharing support resources and policies.
  7. Training – Train leaders and supervisors not only on the fundamentals of safety such as risk assessment and hazard recognition, but also on the impacts of COVID-19 on mental health and wellbeing, as employees will feel the effects of the pandemic long after it is over.
  8. Engagement plan – Notify employees in advance of the return to work, and consider categorizing workers into different groups based on job roles – bringing groups back one at a time.
  9. Communication – Develop a communications plan to be open and transparent with workers on your return to work process.
  10. Assessment – Outline the main factors your organization is using as guidance to provide a simplistic structure to the extremely complex return to work decision.