SIGEP selection rounds to be held at ABST conference

first_imgThe qualifying and selection rounds for the 2011 UK SIGEP Bread Cup Team will take place at the Alliance for Bakery Students and Trainees (ABST) annual conference on 12 June.The conference, which will be held at Alton Towers Conference Centre from 11-13 June, will host four competition classes for the SIGEP Bread Cup: Artisan Bread; Innovative Bread; Cake; and Artistic Bread Centrepiece. The winner of each class will then go forward to compete as part of the UK team in the four-day live SIGEP Bread Cup in Rimini, Italy, in January 2011.On this occasion, the selection will not be a live competition but the judging of pre-made products at the selected venue. Two of the five expert judges for the selection of the UK team will be from Club Arti e Mestieri, including head international judge Fausto Rivola.The UK team will be expected to meet, train, refine and build upon each others’ skills and experiences in order to attain the bond required at this exceptional level of competition.Competitors may enter one of more of the four classes and entry forms must be in by Friday 14 May.For more details and an entry form please contact Graham Duckworth: [email protected]last_img read more

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Judith Palfrey to lead Let’s Move! initiative

first_imgFirst lady Michelle Obama announced Sept. 2 that pediatrician Judith S. Palfrey, the T. Berry Brazelton Professor of Pediatrics at Harvard Medical School, will lead her Let’s Move! childhood obesity initiative as executive director. For decades, Palfrey has provided clinical care to thousands of children and families, conducted groundbreaking pediatric research, taught future physicians, and led major medical organizations. Palfrey has been a longtime supporter of the Let’s Move! campaign and spoke at its launch in February 2010 when she was president of the American Academy of Pediatrics.“This is a terrific opportunity for Judy, one of this nation’s foremost pediatricians, to change the lives of thousands of children across America,” said Harvard College Dean Evelynn M. Hammonds. “I’m very pleased for her, and think the White House has made an excellent choice.”For more information.last_img read more

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New Online Support Search: Pilot for Select Countries

first_imgAt Dell EMC, we are committed to finding ways to continuously improve our customer’s service and support experience. A key element in that process is working in conjunction with our customers to identify and prioritize key process and functionality improvements, particularly with our online support tools & technologies.Users of our Online Support site execute an average of 650,000 searches per month. 25% of users go directly to Search before they take any other action on the site. It’s clear that Dell EMC Online Support users want to quickly find information and resources that will help them maximize the productivity of their IT infrastructure, optimize product performance, and troubleshoot any issues that may arise.On November 18, 2017, we are piloting a new Online Support Search to users in Australia and Ireland. Users in these countries will notice a slightly different look to their Online Support Search experience as well as some additional enhancements:Faster results – Now, it takes less than 2 seconds for search results to populate. That’s more than 33% faster!Improved filters – Narrowing your result is now simpler with clearer, sequential picklist selections (e.g. Product > Product Family > Product Model).New searching behavior – A slight change to the previous search, a space now behaves as a wildcard search (formerly “*”). In addition, the search field will autocomplete frequent recent searches.Expanded content access – with the ‘Search Dell Support’ button, users will now be able to easily navigate between the Dell EMC and Dell support search experience, bringing customers closer to a unified online support experience.During this pilot, the Dell EMC Online Support Team will actively survey customers and track feedback to continue to refine the Online Support Search experience and determine a timeline to implement the new search to all users globally. Stay tuned!Please continue to ask questions and provide feedback via the Online Support Site Help and Feedback form.Stephanie PirrongDell EMC Services MarketingFollow Us @DellEMCSupportlast_img read more

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Onazi, Eight Eagles Off to France for Friendlies

first_imgOthers are goalkeeper Ikechukwu Ezenwa, defenders Elderson Echiejile, Musa Muhammed, Abdullahi Shehu and Kingsley Madu, midfielder Etebo Oghenekaro and forwards Aminu Umar and Brown Ideye.Of the original 26 players that were listed by interim Head Coach Salisu Yusuf for the games against Mali and Luxembourg, the NFF has released captain John Mikel Obi and his assistant, Ahmed Musa for former captain Joseph Yobo’s testimonial game in Port Harcourt on Friday, while defender Chidozie Awaziem is a big doubt and forwards Aaron Samuel and Victor Moses are out, the former as a result of injury.Defender William Troost Ekong will be on duty for his Norwegian club on Thursday and is only in consideration for the match against Luxembourg in Luxembourg City on Tuesday next week.Goalkeepers Carl Ikeme (England-based) and Daniel Akpeyi (flying in from South Africa), defenders Kenneth Omeruo, Gbenga Arokoyo and Leon Balogun, midfielders Wilfred Ndidi and Raheem Lawal, and forwards Kelechi Iheanacho, Moses Simon, Odion Ighalo and Alex Iwobi are also expected in camp in France this morning.Meanwhile, the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) has applauded the French Embassy in Nigeria after Super Eagles’ assistant coaches and backroom were granted visas yesterday.Assistant Coaches Imama Amapakabo and Kennedy Boboye, and physiotherapist Chris Anozie were among those issued visas. Team administrator Dayo Enebi Achor, doctor Ibrahim Gyaran and equipment officer Chidi Ngoka left Nigeria on Monday night.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Nigeria and Lazio midfielder, Ogenyi Onazi, was at the head of eight Super Eagles players who traveled out with the assistant coaches and other backroom staff from Abuja for France last night.The Super Eagles take on Mali at the Stade Robert Diochon in Rouen on Friday, before traveling to Luxembourg City on Saturday, ahead of the game with Luxembourg at the Josy Barthel Stadium on Tuesday evening.last_img read more

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Final Series of Basketball Play Off Between Široki and Igokea

first_imgFinal series of B&H championship for basketball players will start today, in “Pecara” hall at 20:15 o’clock. The championship will begin with match between Široki Primorka and Igokea.Široki will attempt to use the advantage of being a host and by having good points which they earned in the League 4. Moreover, they will attempt to bring the trophy back in the club’s show cases.Igokea, current champion of B&H, won, without major problems, Mladost from Mrkonjić-Grad with 2:0. On the other side, Široki lost one match against Sarajevo’s Spars, but in the end celebrated with 2:1.(Source: Fena)last_img

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