HR academy: Nottingham Trent UniversityOn 18 Jun 2002 in Personnel Today Comments are closed. Previous Article Next Article Related posts:No related photos. HR specific/related courses: MSc Strategic Human Resource Management(part-time, block-release), plus three one-day research workshops, which runover 15 months; Certificate in Personnel Practice, which leads to affiliatemembership of the CIPD; Postgraduate Certificate in Management for Personneland Development (one-year, part-time), which gives Licentiate Membership of theCIPD; Postgraduate Diploma in Personnel Management (two years, part-time –although there is a one-year fast-track route), which gives Graduate membershipof the CIPD; Postgraduate Diploma in Training Management, (two years,part-time, although there is a one-year fast-track route), which gives Graduatemembership of the CIPD. Founded: Achieved university status in 1992, but its roots go back to1881 and along the way it’s been known as Nottingham and District TechnicalCollege, Nottingham Regional College of Technology and Trent Polytechnic. College CV: Nottingham Trent has two main sites – the central CityCampus and the Clifton Campus, which is four miles from the city centre.Nottingham Business School, home to the HRM courses, received an ‘excellent’quality assessment rating by the Higher Education Funding Council (HEFCE) andthe university has received four grade fives in the latest Research AssessmentExercise (RAE). It has one of the biggest HRM departments in the UK and is aCIPD Centre of Excellence. It has provided CIPD courses since the early 1970s,is actively involved in research projects and has consultancy links withoutside organisations. Nottingham Business School is also responsible forproviding one of the most comprehensive set of weblinks to the internationalworld of HRM via Ray Lye’s web page. Sadly, Ray is now deceased, but hisworld-renowned links live on, maintained by senior lecturer and employeerelations and law expert, David Bott. Entry requirements: For the MSc, membership of the CIPD or a PGDiploma in personnel management or HR or a’demonstrable’ equivalent level ofachievement. For the CIPD courses, see website. Star HR academics: Lynette Harris, whose research interests includethe impact of employment regulation on HR practices, performance management andchanging patterns of participation in the workplace. She has jointly edited thetextbook Strategic Human Resourcing: Principles, Perspectives and Practices inHRM, with fellow lecturers John Leopold (head of HRM at Nottingham) and TonyWatson. She also devised the Performance Management syllabus for the CIPD’sprofessional qualification scheme. Watson, professor of organisational andmanagerial behaviour, whose book, Sociology, Work and Industry (1980, 1987,1995) continues to be the main British textbook on industrial sociology and histwo most recent books, Organising and Managing Work and Human Resources inOrganisations, (the latter edited by John Leopold), look set to be asinfluential. Alumni: There is an active alumni network and a new alumniassociation website is currently being set-up. www.ntu.ac.uk
March 8, 2019 /Sports News – Local Track and Field Roundup: 3/8 Hemond stepped up for the Beavers as well individually as she placed second in the girls’ long jump with a leap of 15-01.50 feet. The Beaver girls placed 10th in the girls’ 4 x 800 relay. This team consists of Sariah Erikson, Kennedy Gillins, Nakomie Yardley and Haylee Erickson. The current girls’ leader is Desert Hills with 33 points. Panguitch checks in at seventh place with 18 points. Tags: Avery Allred/Brooklyn Crum/Cedar/Desert Hills/Haylee Erickson/Kaitlyn Hemond/Kaleb Barney/Karlee Eyre/Kay-C Erickson/Kennedy Gillins/Nakomie Yardley/Porter Albrecht/Sariah Erikson/Spencer Williams/Treyson Roberts/Turner Williams Beaver’s girls placed fifth in the girls’ 4 x 200 relay. This team was comprised of Kaitlyn Hemond, Avery Allred, Kay-C Erickson and Brooklyn Crum. Brad James ST. GEORGE, Utah-Friday, Day 1 of the Snow Canyon Track & Field Invitational, the initial track and field meet of the season, occurred, with various Mid-Utah Radio Sports Network schools having representatives. Written by Also, for the Beaver boys, Treyson Roberts excelled, placing fourth in the boys’ shot put with a toss of 44-03.00 feet. The Beaver boys also excelled in the boys’ 4 x 200 relay. This team features Porter Albrecht, Kaleb Barney, Turner Williams and Spencer Williams. For the boys, Cedar is in first place with 36 points, while Hurricane is second with 35 points. Beaver’s boys are currently in eighth place with 11 points. FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailSnow Canyon Invitational Panguitch’s Karlee Eyre won the girls’ javelin title with a toss of 102-00.50 feet. Eyre also placed second in the girls’ discus, posting a throw of 95-09 feet. The meet concludes Saturday.
A judge has sentenced an Arkansas man to two life terms plus 835 years in prison for the fatal shooting of an off-duty police officer in northeast Arkansas.On Tuesday, a Crittenden County jury convicted 27-year-old Demarcus Donnell Parker of first-degree murder, illegally shooting a weapon from a vehicle and 21 related charges in the April 2018 shooting death of Forrest City officer Oliver Johnson, according to court documents.According to prosecutors, Parker was shooting at rival gang members outside of Johnson’s home in West Memphis when the officer was struck by a stray bullet.
Published on March 27, 2017 at 4:27 pm Contact Charlie: [email protected] | @charliedisturco Syracuse has hired Justin Lustig to be the new running backs coach and special teams coordinator, SU athletics announced Monday afternoon in a press release.Lustig was most recently a head coach at Edinboro University, where he took a winless team and the next season tied a school record with nine wins. He was named D2Football.com’s coach of the year.“The job Justin did as a first-time head coach was fantastic,” head coach Dino Babers said in the release. “He’s also been a highly-successful assistant coach. The running backs he has coached have performed extremely well, and his special teams units have consistently ranked among the nation’s best.”In his 15 years as a coach, Lustig has worked with six teams that reached the NCAA playoffs and been to four bowl games. He has also developed 41 all-conference players. Prior to Edinboro, Lustig coached at Ball State from 2011-15. BSU named him an assistant head coach prior to the 2015 season, per his Cuse.com bio.Lustig replaces running backs coach Mike Hart, who left for the same position at Indiana. He will also take over the special teams duties that Tom Kaufman held before departing to be the defensive coordinator at Chattanooga.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text“My family and I are excited, honored and grateful for the opportunity to come to Syracuse and join Coach Babers’ staff,” Lustig said in a press release. “He is building a championship program there. The future of Syracuse football is very bright and I’m thrilled to be a part of it.” Comments Facebook Twitter Google+