National Time Management Month on February, 2025: Where can i do my Bachelors in Events Management?
February, 2025 is National Time Management Month 2025.
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NIEM (National Institute of Event Management), i guess this is one of the best college in mumbai and pune . i am not sure if they have Coresspondence course but its part- time. you can call them and find out
The below is what i am aware :
1. Diploma in Event Management(DEM)
-11 Months part time course
2. The Post-Graduate Diploma in Event Management(PGDEM)
-11 Months part time course
3. Post-Graduate Diploma in Advertising, Media & Event Management (PGDAME) - 11 Months Full-Time Post Graduate Level Course
Various Means of Communication in Disaster Management?
The launching of the ASEAN Regional Programme on Disaster Management (ARPDM) in Bali, Indonesia in May of 2004 marked a significant milestone for the ASEAN Committee on Disaster Management (ACDM). Promoting disaster management was a major, shared concern among the participating nations. During the conference, ACDM identified information sharing as one of five major strategic priority projects. With considerable expertise in this subject, the Pacific Disaster Center (PDC) expressed interest in, and made a commitment to, assisting the committee to pursue this goal.
In the months to follow, ACDM and the PDC developed a joint framework for establishing a “Disaster Information and Communication Sharing Network,“ or DISCNet as it later become known. The stated objective of the program was to “enhance regional disaster management capacity and readiness” by:
Developing a more effective “information clearinghouse” mechanism to promote regional collaboration and strengthen national capacities in disaster risk information dissemination;
Ensuring disaster management information sharing among ASEAN-member countries that will lead to the development of a framework for regional integrated decision support;
Enhancing disaster management readiness by supporting regional exercises (table-top or otherwise); and
Strengthening the capacities of ACDM to integrate its disaster information management system with other entities in the global arena.
The concept was first communicated to the Philippines—the Lead Shepherd Country in charge of the ACDM information sharing priority project. Following their support, the framework was jointly presented to the ACDM focal points of Malaysia, Indonesia, and Lao PDR in Manila, Philippines in August 2004. With the endorsement of the Philippines National Disaster Coordinating Council (NDCC), ACDM, and participating members, detailed plans and budgets were developed and presented to the ACDM focal points in subsequent meetings in Manila and Kuala Lumpur. The project received its formal endorsement from the ACDM focal points in October 2004 during the 2nd ACDM meeting in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
This endorsement paved the way for the formal presentation of the DISCNet project during the 1st ASEAN Ministerial Meeting on Disaster Management held in Phnom Penh, Cambodia in December 2004. However, as plans were being revised to begin activities, the Indian Ocean Tsunami struck on December 26, 2004. The catastrophe severely impacted Indonesia, as well as Thailand, Malaysia, and Myanmar.
Activities and updates in this project include the following:
Conduct of Information and Communication (ICT) Infrastructure Assessment in ASEAN Member Countries to determine minimum investment required for regional interconnectivity on disaster management. The assessment report was launched in January 2006. The report could serve as guidance for Member Countries to strengthen their ICT infrastructure and also for partner organisations to help narrow the ICT gap for disaster management in the region and contribute to the ASEAN DISCNet Project.
A Technical Advisory Sub-Committee comprising Cambodia, Philippines, Singapore, ASEAN Secretariat and PDC has been established to guide the development of the datasets, tools and management procedures for the Online Southeast Asia Disaster Inventory (OSADI). The OSADI is developed by PDC and has been launched at the 10th Meeting of the ACDM, 26 October 2007 in Singapore. Following the launch of OSADI, Member Countries could start populating the database.
The Philippines in consultation with the ASEAN DISCNet Technical Advisory Sub-Committee, developed the ACDM website. Its enhanced version was also launched at the 10th Meeting of the ACDM. As agreed in the said Meeting, ASEAN Member Countries will designate their Country Content Providers (CCPs) who will provide write-up/materials for uploading into this website, through direct posting or through the ASEAN Secretariat and the Philippines. Thus, Member Countries were requested to submit the names and contact details of their CCPs to the Philippines through the ASEAN Secretariat. As of this date, information/materials posted into the website came from the ASEAN Secretariat, Philippines and Singapore. Member Countries are invited to make use of the ACDM website in sharing information on ACDM-related activities.
employment oppotunities(loan officer)at city national bank of california?
As if now City national bank of california is hiring for loan officer. Before you go for an interview it will be good for you to read bit about the company because i think that will help you.
City National Bank was founded in 1954 to serve the entertainment and real estate industries, professionals and the growing business community in Southern California. Today, City National is the second largest independent bank headquartered in California, with more than 50 offices, including 12 regional centers, located in Southern California, the San Francisco Bay Area and New York City.
As California's Premier Private and Business Bank®, City National provides Californians, their families and their businesses with complete financial solutions on The way up®.
Highly personalized client relationships, combined with a full range of sophisticated financial products - commercial lending, private banking and wealth management capabilities - plus the best talent in the financial industry distinguish City National from its competition. No bank is better able to serve all the financial needs of California's successful entrepreneurs.
City National approaches every relationship with the goal of becoming a trusted advisor. That means listening to clients and taking time to understand them. It means offering honest advice and developing financial solutions that are tailored to their needs - both business and personal.
Our City National Culture
While City National Bank’s success is built on client service and relationship banking, we know that the first relationship we must foster is with our own colleagues.
The strong professional and ethical standards we seek to maintain start right here -- within our own doors.
Our goal is to provide a dynamic and challenging work environment with open communication and a culture that stimulates professional growth.
We take PRIDE in City National Bank…
The cornerstone for building a successful workplace at City National is our commitment to the following values: People - Relationships - Integrity - Dedication - Entrepreneurs. Pursuit and fulfillment of these values make City National an enjoyable, respectful, profitable workplace.
…working together as a team to achieve excellence for our clients, our shareholders, our colleagues and our communities; investing in our personal development, and recognizing and celebrating our success.
…understanding, anticipating and responding to our clients’ and colleagues’ needs with speed, expertise and courtesy.
…valuing diversity, communicating openly, and maintaining high professional and ethical standards.
…to achieving profitability and planned goals, delivering quality service and expertise, and intelligently managing risk.
…acting with initiative and tenacity; continually seeking out new business; pursuing better, more innovative ways of doing business; accepting responsibility for performance and results.
City National Bank offers its colleagues a comprehensive benefits program-called CNBenefits - that enables colleagues to choose from a variety of insurance coverages that best meet their needs.
The majority of the benefits are available on a before-tax basis through the Bank's cafeteria plan; one plan is available on an after-tax basis.
CNBenefits is available to colleagues who are regularly scheduled to work 30 or more hours per week. Depending on your job level, your CNBenefits will become effective on (1) the first day of the month coinciding with or next following your hire date or (2) the first day of the month coinciding with or next following three months of service.
Together, you and the Bank share in the cost of your benefits coverage. CNB pays the full cost of core life insurance and core long term disability insurance, as well as a substantial portion of the cost of medical and dental coverage. You pay part or all of the cost of other benefits. Your portion of the cost is paid through payroll deductions on a before-tax basis, except for Supplemental Term Life Insurance, which is paid by you (through payroll deduction) after taxes have been deducted from your pay.
CNBenefits available for colleagues:
Preferred provider organization (PPO) coverage - This plan offers you the flexibility to see any provider of your choice. When you need care, you decide whether to use the PPO network or doctors and hospitals outside the network.
Choice of HMO providers - Choose an offered health maintenance organization plan to select a medical group or independent practice association (IPA) for your health care needs..
Additional benefits offered to colleagues:
Tax-free Flexible Spending accounts for health care and dependant care
Core Life Insurance
Accicental Death & Dismemberment Insurance
Long-term Disability Coverage - both basic and supplemental
Supplemental Term Life Insurance
Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
The Employee Assistance Program is a FREE, CONFIDENTIAL assistance service available to colleagues and their families. EAP provides experienced counseling professionals who are available for assistance 24 hours a day to help with a wide range of issues.
Appointments will be scheduled at your convenience with a counselor in your area. The counselor will meet with you privately and help you determine the nature of your problem. Together you and the counselor will work on a solution.
City National Corporation
City National Center
400 North Roxbury Drive
Beverly Hills, CA 90210
Here is a job i could find it for you with city national bank
Job Description : Loan Procession III
Company: City National Bank
Location: US-CA-Los Angeles
Base Pay: N/A
Employee Type: Full-Time Employee
Industry: Banking - Financial Services
Manages Others: No
Job Type: Banking
Req'd Education: Not Specified
Req'd Experience: Not Specified
Req'd Travel: None
Relocation Covered: No
Minimum of 3 years processing/accounting experience processing/boarding complex commercial loans with real estate collateral in a centralized environment of a medium sized bank required.
Knowledge of participation/syndication loan experience desired.
Knowledge of loans with optional pricing options (e.g., Libor loans) required.
Ability to read complex loan agreements to determine appropriate pricing and coding for input to a loan system required.
Ability to handle heavy volume of transactions and multiple tasks required.
Good working knowledge of Metavante Loan System required.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills required.
Must be detail-oriented with strong organizational and follow-up skills.
Experience with Personal Computers and WordPerfect/Word Program required.
Ability to operate calculators, encoding, fax and copying machines required.
Note: This preceding job description has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work performed by employees within this classification. It is not designed to contain or be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities, and qualifications required of employees assigned to this job.
Note: Candidates should be advised that City National Bank does not pay interviewee travel expenses or relocation expenses for candidates who are hired unless previously agreed
Hope it will help you.