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The Callenges Of Becomeing a Police Officer

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Howto Become a Police Officer

 

     If you want to be a police officer there is lots of work to become one. Something’s
you have to do to become a police officer is you have to take a beep test and
at least get a6.5 to be a police officer, you have to pay fee of 300 hundred
dollars to get you proper training, you would also have to do a text of 40 random
words from a word bank of 556 words. Only about 1 out of 100 people get the job
to be a police officer, and all of the 100 people have to get an interview with
the chief of police to see who will get the job. Also you have to take a13 week
course at the Ontario police collage you don’t have a guarantee to actually get
the job. A Police officer could make an average of $ 45,833.00 to $ 83,483.00 per
year depending on what kind of police officer you would like to be. Some of the
benefits of being an officer would be,

 

-New recruits who are posted to a
detachment that is identified as a duration location will receive a
one-time payment of $2000.

-The OPP is the only Police
Service in Ontario to offer 50/30 PensionLife insurance based on
Salary – Not of your Age

-Paid sick Leave - 6 days at
full pay and additional 124 days at
75% payPaid Vacation Leave

-Drug Card for Prescription
DrugsDental/Vision/Hearing
-CoverageCoverage for Dependant
Children under 21 or 26 as full time student

-Most Benefits are retained
on retirement and/or Beyond the age of 65

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Financial Planners Troy Parkes and Heather Fiegner

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          Troy Parks and Heather Feigner took courses at Conestoga College to become a financial planner. To become a financial planner your need an LLQP license so that you could sell life insurance to people, CFP Certification, the Canadian security course, FPI and FP2 and also a financial planning course with are all offered at Conestoga College. Financial Planners are self-employed and they make up their own hours, most financial planners work all day and often work very late and they have to very committed to their jobs, it is a very serious environment for a financial planner and you have to respect others and work very well with people. A financial planner makes about 113 thousand dollars per year. So all your hard work for anything will always pay off in the end and it is defiantly a lot of work to be a financial planner and it is a very busy job.

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The Truth About Nursing, Lucy Reis BScN, MScN (c)

The Truth About Nursing, Lucy Reis BScN, MScN (c) | 6ENG4C Work Portfolio | Scoop.it

         Lucy Reis is a nurse who went to Doyle in Cambridge and took all College level courses. Lucy took the nursing exam and failed it. Then she went to Wilfred Laurier and then MacMaster for a nursing degree by taking bridge courses in college so that she could go to MacMaster University, she went to college first then university after by bridging into university. Lucy has been a nurse for five years. She is very passionate about her job. Being a nurse is an emotionally driven job. There are lots of different kinds of nursing so nurses tend to switch the kind of job they are doing all the time. Can work days and nights and weekends and holidays. All shifts in hospitals are 12 hour shifts (7am- 7pm and 7pm- 7am) it is also a 24 hours job. They get paid premiums, bonuses and/or overtime for special days worked. I think it was good for Lucy Reis to come to our school because I never knew lots of things about what I could do after high school for example I would have never found out that you could go to university after going to college by bridging into university from college, I also appreciate nurses because of all they have to go through every day in their job.

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The Supply Chain Kevin Hall BSc, CPIM, APICS

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           Kevin Hill has been a worker, trainer and a part-time professor, and worked 30 years in food production. He now works at Conestoga College, there are courses offered at Mohawk, Centennial, Conestoga, Algonquin, Fleming, Concordia, Laurier, Ottawa, and Concordia which are 3 year programs. Last year 33 grads from Conestoga had a choice of 2 job offers. Someone in the supply chain make an average from 40,000 to 60,000 per year, this job as little to almost absolutely no homework. The supply chain includes responsibilities such as, making sure products are shipped in perfect condition-just right- controlled-precise- efficient way. Communities rely on deliveries. World economies can grind to a halt if supply chain is broken. Keeps the economy in motion. There are over 1 million offices around the world operating supply chains. Some jobs include, IT specialist, planner, purchaser, Courier, route scheduler, and order pickers.

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The Truth About Nursing, Lucy Reis BScN, MScN (c)

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         Lucy Reis is a nurse who went to Doyle in Cambridge and took all College level courses. Lucy took the nursing exam and failed it. Then she went to Wilfred Laurier and then MacMaster for a nursing degree by taking bridge courses in college so that she could go to MacMaster University, she went to college first then university after by bridging into university. Lucy has been a nurse for five years. She is very passionate about her job. Being a nurse is an emotionally driven job. There are lots of different kinds of nursing so nurses tend to switch the kind of job they are doing all the time. Can work days and nights and weekends and holidays. All shifts in hospitals are 12 hour shifts (7am- 7pm and 7pm- 7am) it is also a 24 hours job. They get paid premiums, bonuses and/or overtime for special days worked. I think it was good for Lucy Reis to come to our school because I never knew lots of things about what I could do after high school for example I would have never found out that you could go to university after going to college by bridging into university from college, I also appreciate nurses more because of all they have to go through every day in their job.


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The Truth About Nursing, Lucy Reis BScN, MScN (c)

         Lucy Reis is a nurse who went to Doyle in Cambridge and took all College level courses. Lucy took the nursing exam and failed it. Then she went to Wilfred Laurier and then MacMaster for a nursing degree by taking bridge courses in college so that she could go to MacMaster University, she went to college first then university after by bridging into university. Lucy has been a nurse for five years. She is very passionate about her job. Being a nurse is an emotionally driven job. There are lots of different kinds of nursing so nurses tend to switch the kind of job they are doing all the time. Can work days and nights and weekends and holidays. All shifts in hospitals are 12 hour shifts (7am- 7pm and 7pm- 7am) it is also a 24 hours job. They get paid premiums, bonuses and/or overtime for special days worked. I think it was good for Lucy Reis to come to our school because I never knew lots of things about what I could do after high school for example I would have never found out that you could go to university after going to college by bridging into university from college, I also appreciate nurses because of all they have to go through every day in their job.

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