Auto Mechanic Institute, Auto Mechanic School In New York #auto #24


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Auto Mechanic Institute

The NYADI auto mechanic school in Jamaica Queens is dedicated to providing the resources necessary to maintain the highest standards in the industry. Our automotive training school features modern instructional classrooms and laboratory facilities as well as administrative offices and a library/resource room. Classrooms are computer equipped to allow for the use of computer generated materials. Our classrooms are spacious and air conditioned, providing for the effective instruction of students in the automotive/heavy duty truck diesel technology and collision repair programs.

Our auto training facility prides itself in obtaining industry standard training equipment for hands on experience to educate our students in today’s complex automotive field. Examples of major equipment in the classrooms at our auto mechanic training facility are:

  • Supplemental Restraint
  • Electronic Ignition
  • Ford/GM Distributorless Ignition
  • Anti-Lock Brakes
  • Sequential Fuel Injection and Air System trainers/simulators

The shop area at the NYADI auto mechanic institute is equipped with training aids that are designed to complement the instructor’s lesson, enhance learning and foster student participation. They include:

  • Recycled automobile trainers/simulators
  • Stand mounted diesel engines and refrigerant recovery/recycle/recharge stations
  • Paint spray booths
  • A chassis alignment machine
  • Transmissions
  • Welding Torches
  • Diesel Engines
  • High performance engines

NYADI is located at 178-18 Liberty Ave, Jamaica, New York 11433, accessible via both public and private transportation.  Our facility is designed to meet all the needs of the handicapped as provided by the Americans with Disabilities Act and the N.Y.S. Education Department.

Call 718-658-0006 to speak with a representative or click below to get more info or schedule a tour


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  • Areas of study include branding, interaction design, copywriting, web design and more
  • We teach how to come up with new ideas
  • Many classes are held at advertising agencies throughout NYC
  • 165 students, 32 faculty, 29 courses
  • We give you the tools you need to hone your voice and art
  • Train on the latest animation software and hardware
  • Many of our alumni are internationally recognized animators
  • Thesis films shown to industry professionals at the Dusty Film Animation Festival
  • 311 students, 32 faculty, 39 courses
  • Being a cartoonist is more than a career—it’s a calling
  • SVA is one of the first colleges to offer cartooning as a major
  • We teach both classical techniques and new digital production
  • 177 students, 26 faculty, 35 courses
  • Specialization in 3D computer animation, visual effects and game arts
  • Learn technical skills as well as narrative and story development
  • We strive to give students a competitive edge to stand-out
  • 321 students, 110 faculty, 53 courses
  • We educate designers to think conceptually
  • Focus on branding, advertising, editorial, packaging, UI/UX, and 3D design
  • Fourth-year students’ work reviewed by industry professionals
  • 815 students, 117 faculty, 142 courses
  • Hands-on program where you’ll make films all four years
  • Train on industry-standard, state-of-the-art equipment
  • We believe in nurturing collaboration
  • Thesis films shown to industry professionals at the Dusty Film Animation Festival
  • 385 students, 82 faculty, 73 courses
  • Project-based, multidisciplinary learning
  • Concentrations available in traditional and new media
  • Studio work complemented with art history and theory
  • 306 students, 90 faculty, 142 courses
  • We teach how to communicate graphically
  • Successful illustrators are able to interpret and illuminate ideas
  • Put your own personal stamp on visual solutions
  • 473 students, 69 faculty, 76 courses
  • Council for Interior Design (CIDA) accredited program
  • Creative skills are taught alongside with technical, as well as business and leadership skills
  • Internship opportunities available in NYC’s leading interior design and architecture firms
  • 79 students, 25 faculty, 44 courses
  • Cultivate your signature photographic style that will set you apart
  • Medium and large-format cameras available for use
  • Mentor program for seniors with renowned photographers, critics, photo editors and other professionals and artists
  • 427 students, 80 faculty, 108 courses
  • A program for ambitious students who want to combine their studio art with philosophy, theory and criticism
  • Multidisciplinary curriculum for thinking artists
  • Explore various media and unorthodox art making
  • 69 students, 27 faculty, 38 courses

Non-Major

  • Knowing the history of art is very important to the artist’s development
  • There’s no better place to study art history than in New York City with its abundant museums and contemporary art world
  • Review all art—from the dawn of civilization through the MTV generation
  • Motivated students may apply to the Honors Program as a part of their original admissions application or by mail or e-mail by February 15, 2017.
  • This interdisciplinary program unites the liberal arts with studio practice
  • Honors study is augmented by public and private lectures, museum visits and events in artists studios and theaters—utilizing the many opportunities that attending art school in NYC has to offer
  • SVA is committed to providing a well-rounded education to its artists through its offerings in the humanities and sciences
  • We offer English as Second Language courses and Peer Tutoring to assist international students
  • The Writing Resource Center offers computers, Internet access and instructors for consultation and tutoring

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Conceptual Glass Artist John Kiley To Create New Work As Part of Toledo Museum of Art’s GAPP Residency

Posted on Friday, August 18th, 2017

Shattered glass may seem like the opposite of what a renowned contemporary glassblower would work towards, but for American artist John Kiley, smashing and reconstructing glass is exactly the point in his recent series of work called “Fractographs.” Beginning with optical crystal blocks, Kiley shatters the glass once with a sledgehammer and then carefully pieces [ ]

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Central Florida Bone Joint Institute offers you the very best in orthopaedic care. Our Orange City office is equipped with cutting edge technology. Exam rooms feature 42″ high definition monitors that allow you to discuss your imaging results immediately with your doctor. Our state of the art GE Digital X-ray system produces high resolution images with a reduction in radiation exposure by more than 90% when compared to conventional x-rays.

All of our surgeries are performed at top rated local hospitals and centers that provide their patients with the same quality of care we strive for here at Central Florida Bone * Joint Institute. Our doctors perform inpatient surgery at Florida Hospital FISH in Orange City. At FISH, there is an orthopaedic specific floor with dedicated staff, providing you attentive, personal care. All outpatient surgeries are done at the beautiful Orange City Surgery Center.

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Project Management MSc

Our MSc Project Management degree is fully accredited by the APM and PMI and can be studied full time or online.

Our mission is to deliver a world class Project Management learning experience in conjunction with diverse industry practitioners and professional bodies to develop emerging and career driven individuals seeking to manage a variety of projects.

The Project Management MSc is suitable for those already in the profession or seeking to change direction as well as those at the start of their career. It can be studied either full-time or online and is designed to meet the needs of diverse industry sectors such as oil and gas, engineering, construction, information technology, healthcare, and financial services.

Projects, Professionalism, Potential.

2. What you will study

Final Stage (one of the following)

Award. MSc Project Management

* Elective modules will only run where there are sufficient numbers.

Modules and delivery order may change for operational purposes.

The University regularly reviews its courses. Course content and structure may change over time. See our course disclaimer for more information.

3. How you will learn

Full-time Study
In full time mode, you will learn through a combination of lectures, seminars and workshop sessions. These comprise of a mix of group study, discussion, simulation and presentations of findings by teams and individuals. You will work as an individual and also as part of a team on case studies, team activities, presentations and discussions.

Access to our virtual learning environment, CampusMoodle. is also provided giving you access from home to learning materials (including videos, e-books and journals).

Distance Learning
Our supported distance learning mode of delivery allows you to study online from any location and is designed to fit in around your work commitments. You will be taught and supported by experienced industry professionals who will recreate the same challenging interactive format of the on-campus courses for those studying at a distance.

Our virtual learning environment, CampusMoodle offers students flexibility of where and when they can study, offering full and open access to tutors and other class members. Students have the benefit of being part of a group of learners with the invaluable opportunity to participate in active, group-related learning within a supportive online community setting. The online campus provides students with course materials and depending on the course it also includes:

  • Virtual tutorials
  • Live chat
  • Discussion forums – student and tutor led
  • Up-to-date web technology for delivery methods
  • User friendly material
  • Access to our online library

As online learners, students are part of a ‘virtual cohort’ and the communication and interaction amongst members of the cohort is a significant aspect of the learning process.

4. Entry requirements

  • Applicants normally hold a 2:2 undergraduate honours degree or its equivalent in any subject discipline.
  • Applicants with a lower degree classification and/or relevant work experience will be considered on a case by case basis.

International students who do not meet our direct entry requirements for this course can gain additional entry points through our International College at Robert Gordon University.

English Language

Applicants whose first language is not English should have an IELTS of 6.5 overall, with no component lower than 5.5, or an equivalent.

We accept a variety of in-country and secure English language tests, find out more:

* All entry requirements listed here should be used as a guide and represent the minimum required to be considered for entry. A small number of courses require higher levels, but this will be stated explicitly on your offer letter.

5. Placements and accreditations

Our highly innovative degree was the first in the UK to receive full accreditation by the Association for Project Management. We are one of institutions spanning globally to be accredited by the Project Management Institute (PMI) Global Accreditation Centre for Project Management Education Programs (GAC), and the first UK University to achieve this overall. This stamp of quality ensures high standards of excellence and relevance and so you can be confidence about gaining a recognised qualification which will truly enhance your professional and personal development.

Graduates of GAC accredited programmes are awarded 1,500 hours of project management experience which counts towards those required to achieve the PMI Project Management Professional (PMP) and Program Management Professional (PgMP) credentials. The GAC is a member of the Association of Specialised and Professional Accreditors (ASPA), the unified, national voice supporting professional education.

Aberdeen Business School itself is also recognised by the Project Management Institute (PMI) as a Global Registered Education Provider. Registered Education Providers (R.E.P.) are those organisations who are approved by PMI to offer project management training for Professional Development Units (PDU).

You will have the opportunity to take up membership with the APM and PMI during your studies and this can provide excellent networking and career opportunities.

Upon successful completion of the Professional Body of Knowledge in Project Management module, you will be equipped with the knowledge and expertise to go on and complete the professional exams. Our staff are able to provide information and advice about these exams.

6. Student Funding

Scholarships Funding

Scholarships and funding are available to eligible students at Robert Gordon University, further information via our scholarship pages.

Robert Gordon University is delighted to offer a 20% loyalty discount on course fees for all alumni who have graduated from RGU, further information available via the Alumni page.

7. Course Fees


Summer Game Institute: Marist College #game #programming #schools, #summer #game #institute #overview


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Marist

Summer Game Design Institute

Session 1: The Summer 2018 dates will be finalized and published no later than November 1st. The 2017 Session 1 programs ran June 25th – July 8th.

If you enjoy video games, why not design and create your own? You won’t have to fuss with archaic programming languages. Instead you’ll use state-of-the-art game-maker software that is both straightforward and yet is expansive and powerful. Students begin creating games, simple ones initially then increasingly sophisticated ones later. You’ll learn how to create, test, and debug different types of exciting games such as scrolling shooters, maze games, platform games, and 3D parallax games. With this modern, user-friendly approach, in seemingly no time, you’ll be well on your way to making real, viable video games that you can even share with your friends. No prior programming experience is required.

  • Delve into the principles of particle systems to create fireworks
  • Explore animated sprites
  • Check out collision detection and scrollable backgrounds
  • Analyze digital audio
  • Appreciate special effects and real time input
  • Find out more about the next generation of gaming from world-class professionals
  • Create your own captivating video games

Upon successful completion of the Summer Game Institute, each student will earn three (3) transferable college credits for the Marist College course CMSC 190, Introduction to Gaming.

The Summer 2018 costs will be finalized and published no later than November 1st. Please see below for the 2017 Pre-College program costs. Cost includes tuition fees, housing all meals, field trips, and all course materials. Cost does not include travel expenses. Students may wish to bring funds for incidentals, shopping at the Marist Bookstore or the local mall, souvenirs, and any personal items they wish to purchase.

  • New York Session 1 or Session 2. 3 college credits: $3,300
  • Italy Session. 3 college credits: $4,000
  • New York Session 1 and Session 2. 6 college credits: $6,270
  • New York Sessio n 1. Italy Ses sion 2. 6 college credits: $6,935

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DeVos institute of Arts Management: FELLOWSHIPS FOR ARTS MANAGERS

Location: Washington, DC, United States

Deadline: 1 Dec, 2016

Duration: June 26 – July 21, 2017; June 25 – July 20, 2018; and July 1 – July 26, 2019

Eligibility: experienced executive director within an arts or cultural organization

Support: Air and ground transportation between Washington, D.C. and their state or country of residence, Lodging during the Fellowship, etc.

The Institute’s fellowship program is offered free of charge to arts managers from across the United States and around the world who are selected through a competitive application process. These fellows attend a four-week program in residence at the University of Maryland each spring for three consecutive years.

Intensive academic training in nonprofit management, finance, planning, fundraising, evaluation, and marketing
Access to leaders of cultural institutions from throughout the United States, including site visits to select institutions
Intensive, collaborative group work
Ongoing personalized mentoring, both during and between the month-long residencies
The fellowship will accept a new class each year beginning in 2016. First-year, second-year, and third-year fellows attend residencies together and engage in activities tailored to their year in the program.
Fellows have served in senior positions at such organizations as the AFCA Foundation for Arts and Culture (Egypt), American Conservatory Theater (San Francisco), Bosnian National Theatre Zenica, Ciudad Cultural Konex (Argentina), Cultural Center of the Philippines, Dance UK, Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir, Ivan Honchar Museum National Center of Folk Culture (Ukraine), Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts (New York), Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra, Mexican Center for Music and Sonic Arts, Moscow Virtuosi Chamber Orchestra (Russia), Nashville Children’s Theatre, National Arts Council of Zimbabwe, National Centre for the Performing Arts (China), Queensland Performing Arts Centre (Australia), Singapore Repertory Theatre, and Vancouver International Film Festival (Canada).

Applicants must:
Have a minimum of five years working experience in an administrative capacity in an arts or cultural organization
Currently serve as the executive director (or equivalent) or the head of a major department within an arts or cultural organization
Have an excellent command of business English, orally and written
Be able to commit to the full term of the Fellowship (Washington D.C. residency dates are June 26 – July 21, 2017; June 25 – July 20, 2018; and July 1 – July 26, 2019. Fellows receive personalized mentoring and participate in virtual activities in between residencies.)

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Biomagnetic Pair Therapy

Revolutionary Therapy discovered and developed by Dr. Isaac Goiz Duran MD.

Biomagnetism, Bioenergetics & MicrobioEnergetics Seminars in the USA 2107-2018

Biomagnetic Neuropsychology June 25-27, 2018 w/ Moises Goiz

For more information about upcoming Biomagnetism classes, seminars and trainings please send an email to: [email protected]

For pictures, testimonials and videos from our past Biomagnetism Seminars in the USA,

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At the 73 International Bioenergetics Seminar December 9-11, 2015

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Biomagnetic Pair Therapy/Biomagnetism in a nutshell!

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There is a whole universe going on inside our bodies. I believe originally all cause of imbalance/illness is emotional/energetic. But there is also a physical effect in the physical body. When we get imbalanced, pathogens do get in and mess up our insides with the toxins they released. In Medicinal Biomagnetism we have learned to identify where these pathogens ( virus, parasites, bacteria and fungus) live and reproduce. They moment they get inside our bodies they go to their “place”, ( which is specific for each of them) and create what Dr Isaac Goiz Duran MD, calls a Biomagnetic Pair, which is 2 points in our organism that are energetically connected, have a resonance, one point goes negative/alkaline the other positive/acidic. Virus and fungus live in acidic enviroment, bacteria and parasite alkaline. By placing magnets of the same polarity on each point, we push the charges towards each other and the area gets balanced, equilibrium is restore to a neutral pH, then pathogens instantly die since pathogens can not live in a neutral pH and we get rid ot them. Patients get well real fast. Dr Goiz also discovered that virus and fungus have a symbiotic relationship, virus provide the acidic enviroment for fungus to grow, if we get rid of the virus that provides this, we get rid of the fungus, but we can’t get rid of the fungus unless we get rid of the virus that is providing the acidic enviroment. Same with bacteria and parasite, parasite feed on bacteria, so sometimes if we have a very agresive bacteria and there is a parasite feeding on it, is keeping the bacteria population under control, so there are no specific symptoms for it, but if we get rid of the parasite without getting rid of the bacteria that it feeds on, the bacteria will start multiplying causing symptoms. That’s why most times antiparasite treatments don’t work. It’s reallly amazing, all these microorganism have intelligence, they change their behaviour, adapt depending on their enviroment, they know how to survive. this is for me the most amazing discovery in medicine ever. After 5 years of practicing, it still blows my mind how fast the body heals once we balance the pH in those areas and get rid ot the pathogens, with no need for supplements or anything, just a pair of medium intensity magnets.

Biomagnetism sessions are 90 minutes. Lying down on the massage table, fully clothed, we scan the whole body for pH imbalances. Once we found one, we look for the corresponding point and we place the magnets by pairs. Magnets are left from 15-20 minutes in order to restore a neutral pH in the areas treated. Is a non invasive, low cost, safe therapy, with no side effects. Most conditions improve or resolved in 1-3 treatments, some may require 3-5 while a few cronic or long term conditions may require more than 5. By Helena Guerrero

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Biomagnetism sessions are 90 minutes. Lying down on the massage table, fully clothed, we scan the whole body for pH imbalances. Once we found one, we look for the corresponding point and we place the magnets by pairs. Magnets are left from 15-20 minutes in order to restore a neutral pH in the areas treated. It’s a non invasive, low cost, safe therapy, with no side effects and compatible with any other therapies, treatments or healing modality, except Chemotherapy or Radiation Therapy. Most conditions improve or resolved in 1-3 treatments, some may require 3-5 while a few cronic or long term conditions may require more than 5.

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Why I Give to CoOL

by Glenn Wharton
I am a Museum Studies professor at New York University – a new career that continues my habit of changing professions about every seven years. Over my career I shifted from being an archaeological conservator to objects conservator in private practice to specializing in public art, contemporary art, and finally time-based media at MoMA. I am not sure what this says about my own stability, but all these changes meant that I had to access new information fast about every seven years. Read more

A sample of areas covered on this site.

Conservation of Cultural Property: Art conservation, Paintings conservation, Paper conservation, Photographic materials conservation, Book conservation, Sculpture conservation, Objects conservation, Artifact conservation, Wood conservation, Textile conservation

Materials: Archaeological materials, Architectural materials, Archives materials, Artifacts, Artists’ materials, Electronic media, Electronic records, Historic materials, Library materials, Manuscripts, Modern materials, Museum materials, Natural history collections

Subjects: Biodeterioration, Collections care, Conservation education training, Conservation science, Conservation suppliers, Conservation treatment, Conservators, Copyright, Degradation of materials, Digital imaging, Disaster planning, Documentation, Ethics, Health Safety, Intellectual Property, Library Binding, Mass deacidification, Mold, Pest management, Preservation-related organizations, Reprographics, Restoration, Terminology

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