professional accreditation

izaya orihara character analysis

a study in human character, mental illness and socially percieved sanity [revised version]

“I succumb to the illusion that I’m God when I look at it like this, which feels pretty good, you know.” – Izaya Orihara

EARLY YEARS

From what we’re acquainted with in the series, Izaya seems to have been born human. His early years are supposedly normal, his parents loving him and his sisters as parents should. The relationship between the Orihara siblings isn’t a typical one though – ranging from the incestuous obsession on one side (Mairu and Kururi), to a cold, heartless relationship (the twins and Izaya), in which the two would not mind sending their brother to death for the chance of seeing their idol.

“While Mairu and Kururi are inseparable, their feelings on the elder brother are not as clear-alternately stating that they still consider him family, but also saying they wouldn’t mind killing him and throwing his dead body in the garbage to meet their idol: “Hanejima Yuuhei”, Shizuo’s younger brother.” – drrr!! wiki

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Mrs. Money

Title : Mrs. Money

Characters : Jimin of BTS (Sex Worker!Jimin)

Genre : Smut

Summary : “I only need your company, that’s all. Can you give me that?” You take the bottle of wine form him, tilt it, weighing upon refilling your half-full glass.
Park Jimin is someone you call when you need entertainment. But tonight, it seems that you need something more than physical

Word Count : 7,271 

A/N : Hello lovesss! I’m so excited to share this completely romanticised smut, because no real human can be Park Jimin in this fic. I hope you all love this filth, and I would really appreciate your notes and feedbacks!

Originally posted by whyparkjimin

[11:54PM] Mrs. Money : Jimin, are you available tonight? I’m at the usual hotel. Room 2134

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Professional accreditation

On the off chance that your degree is licensed by an organization, for example, the UK’s the Engineering Council, you may have the capacity to completely fulfill the instructive base for Incorporated Engineer (IEng) status or in part fulfill the instructive base for Chartered Engineer (CEng) status. Keeping in mind the end goal to finish the instructive base for CEng, you’ll have to participate in a licensed system at the postgraduate level, develop your expert advancement and experience an expert audit.

The accreditation body for post-auxiliary training programs in designing in the US is the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET). After the culmination of a four-year ABET-certify program, you’ll fit the bill for admission to examination at the main level of expert enrollment. Note that a few bosses might incline toward authorize degrees, and they are likewise more inclined to be perceived on a worldwide level.

Section prerequisites

You’ll see that most designing administration projects are offered at the postgraduate level and along these lines require a four year college education in building, software engineering, arithmetic, science or business. Nonetheless, a few foundations do offer designing administration at the undergrad level – surely, the American Society for Engineering Management (ASEM) has certify and/or perceived 27 undergrad building administration programs inside of US establishments.

Outside of the US, outstanding undergrad designing administration programs incorporate those in nations, for example, Turkey (Istanbul Technical University’s Management Engineering), Canada (University of Waterloo’s co-agent Management Engineering, the main project of its kind in Canada) and Peru (the University of the Pacific offers Peru’s first Business Engineering program).

When all is said in done, undergrad section necessities for designing administration degrees incorporate arithmetic, or further science, with a few organizations requesting a capability in material science or some other science subject. A foundation or enthusiasm for business and/or financial aspects can be useful, while an establishment in the sociologies, (for example, brain science and human science) can help your comprehension of administration in associations.

What’s in store from building administration degrees

Building administration is normally taught through a blend of addresses (some conveyed by driving industry specialists), contextual investigations, hands-on workshops, lab based down to earth classes, building outline exercises (EDAs), instructional exercises, gathering and individual venture work and counsel sessions. For the most part, a mix of consistent appraisal through little down to earth practices for every module is utilized alongside individual and gathering venture work, exposition composing, presentations, coursework and examinations, with an individual undertaking or paper taking up a large portion of your last year.

You’ll utilize a scope of modern programming, for applications, for example, 3D demonstrating, venture administration, quality evaluation, stock administration and recreation of procedures. Ponders concentrated on the basics of your picked building branch are prone to rule your first year, with business and administration themes (counting lawful studies, contract administration, venture assessment and corporate administration) presented as your degree advances.

You might likewise have the capacity to partake in building or business research ventures accessible at your organization. These tasks are generally financed by industry bodies, philanthropies, government divisions and exploration chambers, and are a decent method for putting your degree learning to functional utilize and seeing direct how your studies are specifically pertinent to the work environment. Contingent upon your organization, you might have the capacity to embrace look into abroad, or participate in a salaried modern position for one year (such projects are now and again called “sandwich” courses), in areas including car, aviation, gadgets, customer products, PC programming, nourishment handling and assembling, either locally or abroad.

I find myself looking for that day, the day when trans women are not expected to be experts on transness simply because they are trans; that point in time and space where a trans woman can be forgiven, by those inside and outside her community, for not knowing every little nuance and detail of larger and more complex issues that generally require someone to have a decade’s worth of refined study and professional accreditation. That day when a trans woman does not have to be a walking exemplar of peer reviewed existence, their very life a constantly tested measure of absolute and unquestionable perfection that finds its companionship only in the way that people of color are expected to be experts in “where they came from”.
—  Antonia Elle D'orsay, The Liberation of Trans Lives (to be published January, 2015)

Stated originally on January 1st, 2014 during a speech given to a group of sociologists convened to discuss Trans people and the issues of oppression they face.

queen-nat-xvi  asked:

"It is not my place to condemn or absolve a facility I do not work at." what exactly is your entire big cat tag then because you seem fine with condemning BJWT?

This is actually really good, thank you - you’re absolutely right in catching that. It was an error on my part to speak in absolutes. What that statement should have said is that I am wary of condemning a facility when: a) there is not conclusive data available publicly; b) there is not enough research available from which it is appropriate to draw direct parallels; c) I do not have enough personal experience around the species involved from which to draw informed conclusions from what information is accessible; and d) the facility has accreditations from professional organizations whose standards I respect.

In the past I have spoken out about bad practices at accredited facilities (most recently, Georgia Aquarium’s attempt to import wild-caught belugas from Russia) and will continue to do so when I am confident I know enough to make accurate assessments, but in general I am much less willing to pass public judgement as an educator on any facility that holds AZA, AMMPA, or GFAS accreditation. This is because I’ve done a huge amount of research into what being accredited by those associations means about a facility. Each accreditation speaks directly to the facility’s standards of care and its larger conservation and animal management ethos. Even when it’s not publicly apparent, there’s much more behind the scenes that the public is not privy to - the accreditation standards dictate the numerous specifics - and that means that it is far less defensible to say anything conclusive without a huge amount of research into how those standards are or are not met in daily practice.

In any new facility post, I look through all the available information and attempt to present all sides of what I’m seeing, both good and bad, but the amount of available information can vary significantly depending upon the organization. Many accredited facilities have very stringent policies about what practices are proprietary and what media involving the facility can be posted online, which makes it much harder to draw accurate conclusions without personal behind-the-scenes experience. At smaller, unaccredited facilities, what you see tends to be much more of what you get. They don’t usually have formal policies about most management decisions, so there’s less digging to be done in order to form an accurate understanding of how the facility operates. When policies do exist, they’re often broadcasted openly as part of their marketing strategy on social media accounts; sanctuaries often post their animal-related policies to enhance their credibility as rescues, and many for-profit facilities use behind-the-scenes media and information about animal-related perks in order to entice visitors and donors. In these cases, it’s far more common to have enough data to draw a reasonably certain conclusion about a facility’s operational practices and ethics using external information.

There are also specific topics for which it can be obvious that a facility is in flagrant breach of professional standards and ethics. Having a baseline understanding of the tenets of animal management, public contact with dangerous animals, animal nutrition, and veterinary care makes places like T.I.G.E.R.S and BJWT immediately fail even a cursory common-sense examination. It’s not hard to see that a facility specifically housing big cats should not primarily employ vets whose main specialty is exotic birds, or that a facility is obviously breaching accepted procedure by purposefully engaging in a hybrid big cat breeding program that is widely considered to be inhumane and then allowing people to pose for photos riding them.

For all of these reasons, there are some facilities at which breaches of professional conduct are clear, and some facilities at which internal practices do not provide sufficient evidence for anyone on the outside to really come to a firm conclusion.