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The retraining program consisted of different modules that included lectures, exams and physical agility tests, he said.
To celebrate the BTRC's 25th Anniversary, Betfred and Aintree are keen to promote the fantastic work the charity undertakes retraining retired racehorses, through the race day.
At least two studies of single sessions of computerized attention retraining and three studies of multiple treatment sessions in adults have shown significant reductions in anxiety after treatment.
Part of that effect may be due to concentrating on retraining rather than trying to find new .
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Over the past 90 days, Guardian has begun retraining its staff and quickly phasing in its Green practices and operations.
There are a number of things that identify the need for initial or retraining under the Hazard Communication Standard.
When the facility closed, most of the workers participated in a counseling and retraining program.
Believing it to be one of Canada's best retraining program for low-income women, Little (political studies and women's studies, Queen's U.
Twenty trainees have gone through the 10-day course since the start of the year ( and seven of them have already started new jobs right across the region, thanks to the retraining they've received.
Regardless of whether dancers invest in retraining, they're likely to do better financially than they did when they were dancing.