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At Centennial College in Toronto, students are able to participate in heavy duty equipment courses via the school’s Heavy Duty Equipment Technician co-op apprenticeship. Successful students will earn an Ontario College diploma, will have eight months of practical, on-the-job, co-op training at a heavy equipment facility and complete their entire Ontario apprenticeship in-school curriculum within two years.

In order to apply for the Heavy Duty Equipment program Frank White Jersey , one must present at minimum an Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) or General Educational Development (GED) or equivalent. Non-academic requirements include: satisfactory results in a program admission session, experience and mechanical aptitude, resumé and English proficiency.

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Hosting a blood drive for your local American Red Cross is a great thing to do. Did you know that one blood donation can help save up to 3 lives? Only 5% of eligible Americans give blood. Donated blood only last for 42 days Bo Jackson Jersey , so blood donors are always needed. You can donate blood as many as 6 times a year. There is a 97% chance that someone you know will need a blood transfusion. (American Red Cross Quote) If you are not already regularly giving blood, I urge you to do so. Post these facts in your office or in a mail out letter to your patients. Your community and patients will respect your efforts to help those who are in need of blood donations.

So now you are ready to host a blood drive. That's great! You can contact the national directory for the American Red Cross at 1-800-GIVE LIFE or . Once you set a date and time the American Red Cross should help you promote your event. They should be able to post minimal signage and make phone calls to previous donators in your area. Remember to encourage your patients to donate as well. If you would like, you can offer incentives for patients who donate. If your patients have a friend or family member who wants to donate this would be a good time to introduce yourself to them. It will also be great time to introduce yourself to the general public who show up to donate blood.

Once the date has been set, get ready to educate the blood donors. When I set up our blood drives, I explained to the American Red Cross coordinators that I wanted the opportunity to give each donor a free spinal screening. I also held a drawing at the end of the week for Biofreeze, a free exam and set of x-rays (if necessary) to a few lucky donors. When a donor shows up to give blood George Brett Jersey , they sign in with the American Red Cross. This is the time that they fill out your slip for your drawing as well. Information should include name, address, phone number and optional email address for monthly email newsletter that your office should be sending out. Another good piece of information to ask for on your drawing slip is, "do you have any questions for the doctor?" This gets the potential patient already thinking about possibly getting help from you. It also gives you information to talk about if you decide to make a follow up call.

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