The MOS meets the need for enduring mobility training
with such offerings as the Aerial Port Operations Course, Mobile Command and Control Leadership Course, and Maintenance Supervision and Production Course, as well as upper-level programs such as the Advanced Logistics Readiness Officer Course and Advanced Study of Air Mobility, a one-year Intermediate Developmental Education program granting a master's degree in logistics to future mobility leaders.
By educating staff and scheduling for more routine toileting, as well as implementing more robust mobility training
programs, elderly residents can achieve higher levels of continence.
An aircrew from the Louisiana National Guard uses the AVCATT (Aviation Combined Arms Tactical Trainer) during mobility training
at Fort Sill, Okla.
She's had mobility training
with them and she attends an RNIB youth group.
Rhondda Cynon Taf council has been carrying out mobility training
for people with learning disabilities to help them use public transport and live as independently as possible.
TM] makes mobility training
enjoyable for children and their facilitators.
Mike was nominated by his manager, Maureen Hughes, who praised his "first class" teaching in braille, keyboarding, touch typing and arranged mobility training
for hundreds of visually impaired learners.
The centre will provide sporting activities, a drop-in centre, mobility training
, social events, seminars and much more.
Resisting society's "attitude that placed a low ceiling and an empty future on the blind," he quickly mastered mobility training
, studied animal husbandry and raised prize livestock, wrote and lectured about blindness and music, and began his literary career.
The risk of accidents is compounded, the report said, by a lack of training to get around safely and confidently after sight loss - 70% of the Welsh interviewees had never heard of mobility training
, let alone received it.
Seventy-five per cent of the people asked had never heard of mobility training
, which can help people recognise and negotiate obstacles, and less than 20 per cent said they had received such help.
For Williams, who established one of the world's first comprehensive program of blind mobility training
based on white cane technique at the Hines, Illinois Veterans Administration Hospital, respectability meant refusing to surrender to self-pity or to accept pity from others; rejection of helplessness, particularly in the form of excessive dependence on others (especially female caregivers) for assistance with mobility; maintaining solidarity with other blinded veterans; and finding regular employment in the mainstream economy.