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Extractions: Always be sure that any school you choose is accredited by state and/or national boards of cosmetology by contacting the associations mentioned below and the appropriate state board. The institution you choose must be accredited and able to issue forms needed to apply for a student visa. Be sure that any certificate you receive recognised in your home country, as you will be required to return home after your course of study. Consider how long your programme of study will take, the total cost of the programme (tuition plus all living expenses times the number of years in the programme), and whether you will be allowed to use equipment or receive work experience. Visas for Study
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Extractions: Home Admissions Transfer Students Act 137 of 1995 Academic Excellence Academic Challenge Clemson Community Snapshot Gallery ... Student Activities Transfer Information: Application Process and Requirements Advanced Placement, CLEP Examination and IB Credit Awarding Transfer Credit College of Engineering and Science Dual Degree Program ... Tuition Costs and Housing Regulations and Procedures for Transfer in Public Two-Year and Public Four-Year Institutions in South Carolina Mandated by Act 137 of 1995 BACKGROUND Section 10-C of the South Carolina School-to-Work Transition Act (1994) stipulates that the Council of College and University Presidents and the State Board for Technical and Comprehensive Education, operating through the Commission on Higher Education, shall develop better articulation of associate and baccalaureate degree programs. To comply with this requirement the Commission, upon the advice of the Council of Presidents, established a Transfer Articulation Policy Committee composed of four-year institutions' vice presidents for academic affairs and the Associate Director for Instruction of the State Board for Technical and Comprehensive Education. The principal outcomes derived from the work of that committee and accepted by the Commission on Higher Education on July 6, 1995, were:
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Extractions: The information provided in the question and answer section of this booklet is intended to be general guidance related to this program. The answers do not nor are they intended to create a contract or any contractual rights nor do they replace or modify the statutes, rules, or regulations related to this program. The South Carolina Tuition Prepayment Program is created by statutory law and governed by rules and regulations, and the terms and conditions and benefits of the program are prescribed by law. Since these laws and regulations are frequently changed, you may obtain the most current information by contacting SCTPP. No representation made in the website or by any program official or employee, modifies or expands the benefits provided by law.
Extractions: Please click here to access information about a roundtable session that took place at the South Carolina Forestry Association annual meeting in October 1996. Tom Jewell reports that a statewide South Carolina roundtable convened in Columbia, SC on February 11, 1997. Prior to the meeting, participants expressed their level of agreement with the vision elements and principles developed at the pre-Forest Congress South Carolina roundtable, and the six most highly supported principles developed at the Seventh American Forest Congress. These results were tallied before the roundtable session. At the roundtable, the participants worked in small groups to identify local issues associated with each principle, suggest possible action steps to address each issue, and identify relevant local organizations that might tackle each issue. The results of the meeting were sent to everyone who had been invited to solicit any additional comments. The revised, final results will be presented to the organizations identified as being appropriate to deal with the identified issues. The following is a summation of the considerations on the South Carolina principles. The principles are numbered based on the results of the first roundtable. Following the principle is the level of support, voiced by the participants of the second roundtable, indicated by green ("I am very comfortable with this principle"), yellow ("I am uncomfortable, but I can live with this principle"), and red ("I am uncomfortable and cannot live with this principle").
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Extractions: George Allen , Senator (R.-Va.), Coauthor with Ron Wyden (D.-Ore.) of S.189 21st Century Nanotechnology Research and Development Act : I am invigorated by the potential applications of nanotechnologies to transform all aspects of our economy in a magnificently positive way; unfortunately, in an area with so much potential, when we contemplate and debate nanotechnology, I would estimate that no more than 10% of the Senators or House members understand what nanoscience - nanotechnology is. Long-term, I think education, both in terms of awareness and participation, of members needs to be incorporated into any long-term plan as we debate and move legislation through the Congress.
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Extractions: Chapter 33 Article 1: General Provisions 40-33-10. Definitions. For the purposes of this chapter: "Board" means the State Board of Nursing for South Carolina. "Temporary permit" means a current time-limited document which permits the practice of nursing at the level for which one is seeking licensure. "License" means a current document permitting the practice of nursing as a registered nurse or a licensed practical nurse. "Registered nurse" means a person to whom the board has issued a license as registered nurse. "Licensed practical nurse" means a person to whom the board has issued a license as licensed practical nurse. "Practice of practical nursing" means the performance for compensation, under the direction of a registered nurse, licensed physician, or licensed dentist, of acts in health care maintenance, care of the ill, injured, and infirm, and in administering treatments and medications as authorized and prescribed by a licensed physician or licensed dentist, which acts require knowledge, judgment, and skill as prerequisites to licensure under this chapter, and which do not include acts of diagnosis or prescription of therapeutic or corrective measures. A licensed practical nurse may perform additional acts requiring special education and training, approved by the board, which are proper for the licensee to perform and which are recognized by the board through its regulations. "Lapsed license" means the termination of an individual's privilege to practice nursing due to the individual's failure to renew the nursing license within a specified period of time.
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Extractions: In South Carolina, the Public Sector is provided the same protection as the Private Sector under OSHA. Public Sector and Private Sector employers are subject to citations and penalties. The Office of OSHA conducts inspections of both Private and Public Sector employers. These inspections help to ensure a safe and healthy worksite, which is free of hazards that may cause injuries and/or illnesses to employees. The Office of OSHA Voluntary Programs (OVP) also provides free consultation and training to both Private Sector and Public Sector employees upon request. This Office provides the following free and confidential programs: Training and Education; Consultation; and Palmetto Star Voluntary Protection Program.