career ladder


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career ladder

1 (in nursing education) a pathway for upward mobility that begins with a course of study in practical nursing or a program that grants an Associate Degree in Nursing. On completion of this basic level, the candidate may continue up the ladder, to earn a Bachelor of Science in Nursing, and then to the graduate level to earn a master's degree and a doctoral degree in nursing.
2 a pathway for advancement in the professional nursing role in an institution.
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STUDENTS in Coventry will be able to master CV writing, learn how to stand out from the crowd and find out about taking a step onto the career ladder as part of a weeklong event in the city later this month.
Amman, July 27 (Petra)--Health Minister Mahmoud Al Sheyyab said that the Nursing and Midwifery Specialization and Professional Career Ladder Bylaw, which was issued on June 30th, is a step to strengthen the nursing and midwifery profession.
A GROUP of construction students at Sandwell College are being helped on to the career ladder by Sandwell Council.
THE graduate jobs market is a crowded place, and with more students than ever expecting to work for free when they leave university, a leg up on the career ladder can be very welcome indeed.
Life is full of rewards-moving up the career ladder, being able to relax or travel around the country, and being able to provide basic needs for the loved ones.
With organisational structures becoming increasingly flatter and leaner with fewer managerial positions, does the conventional career ladder still stand a chance?
The BHF shop gives volunteers the opportunity to learn new skills and get on the career ladder - with almost one in five of the BHF paid staff having initially joined as volunteers.
Young people have got their foot on the career ladder with YouTube, Disney and Google through working with their local Jobcentre Plus adviser.
Employment minister Wirral West MP Esther McVey said more than 3,000 young people a month have been given an opportunity to get their foot on the career ladder through work experience since 2011.
As well as getting help with CVs and learning vital interview tips they will be able to meet employers face to face and get the chance to get their first step on the career ladder.
Agile Nation project manager Hayley Dunne said: " I'd like to encourage women who are keen to climb the career ladder to enrol on the Ascent programme, and for employers to identify individuals whom they believe have great potential.
Marriage seems to help male historians move up the career ladder faster, but the same can't be said of their female counterparts.

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