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Bangladesh Chapter of CCLP Worldwide established
03/31/2010, 8:56 am
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Hon. Kartick Chandra Biswas President, CCLP Worldwide Bangladesh Email: bangladesh@cclpworldwide.com

Under the presidentship of Hon. Kartick Chandra Biswas the Bnagladesh Chapter of CCLP Worldwide has been established in Dhaka Bangladesh.
The Chapter President may be contacted at bangladesh@cclpworldwide.com
Office bearers of CCLP Worldwide Bnagladesh are
Kartick Chandra Biswas Programme Director , Aloshikha RSD Centre
Rajihar, Agailjhara, Barisal, Bangladesh
Dr. A Karim Khan Chairman and Dean, Faculty of Law, Islamic University, Kushtia, Bangladesh
Asim Kumar Sarkar Associate professor, Department of Sangskrit, Dhaka University, Dhaka, Bangladesh
Sapan Kumar Bala Associate professor, Department of Accounting and Information System, Dhaka University, Dhaka, Bangladesh
Gabinda Kumar Mondol Lecturer, Department of law, Dhaka University, Dhaka, Bangladesh
Md. Musfikur Rahman Assistant Director, Department of Communication and Development, Atmabiswas (a community based NGO), Chuadanga, Bangladesh
Vobendranath Biswas Editor, The daily Nabaovijan, Dhaka, Bangladesh
Jitendra Nath Roy Operation Manager, Palli Karma Sayahak Foundation (PKSF), Dhaka, Bangladesh
Tripty Biswas Executive Director, Centre for Development & Peace (CDP), Meherpur, Bangladesh
Dulal Odhikari Freelance Consultant (development), Dhaka
K. A. Danial Siper Executive Director, Sampritee Mohila Unnayan Sangstha (SMUS), Pangsha, Rajbari


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Distance Learning.
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Through Distance Education over the Internet millions of people around the world have the ability to access the latest knowledge, forming a continuous recycling process of knowledge, and therefore to better training, improvement in professional work and a better quality of life. Digital Education puts the student in front of his teacher. The proximity is absolute, contrary to what happens in education face, when the student is just a number that has barely and rarely perceived by the teacher for what it is: a person who is there to learn, regardless of age, regardless of their dress, regardless of their appearance, regardless of their status. In distance education via the Internet the student does not attend the class as a spectator, but the protagonist feels. And the protagonist. In conventional education the contents are lost in the crowd of students, and notes are transformed in passing through a photocopier before transcripts are not being faithful to what the teacher has said, forgetting also the actions and feelings. In distance education via the Internet, these lectures give way to real classes, in which the student takes full advantage of their teacher knowledge and has practical possibilities of interacting with him to make inquiries, to apply concepts, dispelling doubts . Anyone who has passed through the halls of a university well known that in very few occasions has had the opportunity to interact with the full professors and even most of his pupils or assistants. In Distance Education via Internet interaction between teachers and students is permanent, necessary and possible. The teacher is there, and the student knows. The student is there, and the teacher knows. In distance education via the Internet, the student does not load or transport kilos of notes, books and other materials. All these can be uploaded to a small CD and effortlessly carried by the student. To view, the student only needs to have on hand a computer, a computer. The impact of digital communications enables messages can be transmitted around the world without major barriers. Through distance education through Internet is possible to transmit knowledge without distinguishing boundaries. In this way, and with a language of its own, e-learning based on new information technologies and communication makes an important contribution to achieving a more just and fraternal society, facilitating and strengthening the exchange of knowledge, ideas, and experiences.

Comment by Jenaro Romero Pastor. Prof. MS.c. DS.c. Ph.D

JR-EDU-TRAINING offers training services as a member of Euro-American University Consortium.

The Euro-American University Consortium has promoted since its inception, education accessible. This does not mean simply that the purchasing power count a key role to access their training programs but provides a method based on distance and also supported the new technologies. Use of this system and a virtual campus has broken the boundaries that prevented access to people anywhere in the world. Today we have many students keeping access to quality training.

Welcome to Euro-American University Consortium
Dr. jenaro Romero Pastor

General Coordinator for Europe and Hispanic America

E-Mail: jr-edu@telefonica.net

Tel: +34. 91. 612. 80. 04

Comment by Jenaro Romero Pastor. Prof. MS.c. DS.c. Ph.D

COURSE for young people aged 15 to 25 YEARS
(Bunyoro-Kitara)
ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT COURSE
OBJECTIVES
• Learn the impacts generated by the business on the environment.
• Establish the technical possibilities for controlling and minimizing pollution from the company
• Know the legal aspects relating to Environmental Management.
• Prepare the student to be able to deploy and manage an Environmental Management System ISO 14001:2004

PRIOR KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED

No previous knowledge required of the Environment. The course begins with a synthesis approach and Ecology and Environment, the environmental implications of the company and implementing an environmental management system. Includes ISO 14001.

TARGET COURSE
All the people of Bunyoro-Kitara in an age range between 15 and 25 years interested in acquiring a thorough knowledge of environmental management in the company.

METHOD OF COURSE
Distance and Internet via email, without a time limit and adapted to the needs of the student.

METHOD OF STUDY
The course takes place in eight teaching units, in which details the content required by illustrations, charts and examples for the student to use my method of study and develop their learning in an ongoing, consistent and intense.

COURSE MATERIAL
The student will receive the following material: (all completely free of the representative of the King of Spain (Bunyoro-Kitara)

– Full text of all units of the course.
– Guide student.
– Assessment Test.
– ISO 14004 Standard

TUTORIAL SUPPORT
Each student has a teacher-tutor, Dr. Genaro Romero Pastor who will lead and guide the study and learning problems that may arise, and will assist you on any specific query about the text referred to, by electronic mail (e -mail).

MODE OF ASSESSMENT
Resolution tests.

CERTIFICATE COURSE
After completing the course, and whether it has completed development, the student will receive a certificate attesting to their studies. From (JR-EDU-Education) signed by the teacher-tutor.

HOW TO REGISTER AND START THE COURSE
Youth (Bunyoro-Kitara) can start the course whenever they want and, unless recommended background in each case there are no limitations so you can do it in batches of students of no more than 15 per course).

COURSE CONTENT
DIDACTIC UNIT No. 1
INTRODUCTION TO ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT

1.1 Outline Environmental Management
1.2 Mid, Environment and Natural Resources
1.2.1 Environmental Branch
1.3 Concepts and definitions of environmental management
1.3.1 Environmental Consultants
1.3.2 Forecasts of environmental management
1.4 Ecology: concept, importance and relationship to other sciences
1.4.1 Purpose of ecology
1.4.2 Basic concepts of ecology
1.5 Concept of conservation
1.6 Develop sustainable
1.7 Environment and society: public participation, benefits

DIDACTIC UNIT No. 2
ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT IN ENTERPRISE

2.1 Evolution history of environmental management in the company
2.2 Relationship Business-Environment
2.3 Effects of industrial activities, environmental
2.4 Responsibility and Environmental Management in the company
2.5 Profitability and environmental management in the company
2.6 Environmental Management Strategies in the company
2.7 Tools for environmental management in the company
2.8 Benefits of integration in the enterprise environment

DIDACTIC UNIT No.3
ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT STANDARDS

3.1 Concept and definitions
3.2 The ISO 14000 Environmental Standards
3.2.1 Advantages of the family of ISO 14000 Standards
3.3 ISO 14001:2004. Structure and Analysis
3.4 ISO 14004:2004. Technical support for ISO 14001
3.5 Success factors in implementing ISO 14001
3.6 How to Use the ISO Environmental Standards

DIDACTIC UNIT No. 4
HOW TO MAKE AN ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT

4.1 Evaluation Environment. Concept and Features
4.2 Environmental Impact. Meaning, sources and avoidance
4.3 Environmental Risks. Concept and Features
4.4 Contents of an environmental assessment
4.5 Specific areas to evaluate
4.6 Steps for environmental impact assessment
4.7 Questionnaires for environmental assessment in an enterprise

DIDACTIC UNIT No. 5
ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS

5.1 Concept and objectives
5.2 Reasons for implementing an EMS
5.3 Advantages of an EMS
5.4 Analysis of Environmental Management System
5.5 Steps to Implement an EMS under ISO 14001
5.6 Certification of an EMS

DIDACTIC UNIT No. 6
MANAGEMENT AND CONTROL OF ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION

6.1 Concept and definitions
6.2 Types of contamination
6.3 air pollution. Control and management
6.4 The water pollution. Control and management
6.5 The soil contamination. Control and management
6.6 The noise pollution. Control and management
6.7 The waste pollution. Control and management
6.8 The contamination of food. Control and management

DIDACTIC UNIT # 7
ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT TOOLS

7.1 Evaluation of environmental impacts
7.2 Audit environmental
7.3 LABELLING ecological
7.4 ISO 14000 Standards
7.5 Environmental Management System
7.6 Life cycle analysis

DIDACTIC UNIT # 8
ENVIRONMENTAL AUDITS

8.1 Concept and definition
8.2 Types of environmental audits
8.3 Content and methodology
8.4 ISO 19011:2002 for environmental audits
8Basic Steps of a process of environmental audit
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Jenaro Romero Pastor
(Mission-Spain)

Comment by Jenaro Romero Pastor. Prof. MS.c. DS.c. Ph.D

Dear Excellency and Dr.Kartick.
Noto area lack Sciences Security may be that CCLP Worldwide, no leads and who are teaching is the military or law enforcement agencies rather than universities. I can not compare curricula in this area, affinity, and level of the same, with respect to Europe, Latin America, and / or USA.

Comment by Jenaro Romero Pastor. Prof. MS.c. DS.c. Ph.D

UNIVERSITIES SPAIN:

Severe funding problems in the adaptation of universities to EHEA
Spanish universities are facing severe funding problems that threaten the implementation of new Degrees, within the development of European Higher Education Area (EHEA). Universities Jaume I, Zaragoza and Complutense de Madrid are among the institutions that have already taken steps in this situation.
Not a good time for some Spanish universities, which face severe financial problems when implementing the new degree, in the development of European Higher Education Area (EHEA).
The University Jaume I of Castellón, for example, has announced it will not offer the courses in medicine and nursing the next year as planned, due to funding problems.
The Ministry of Economy of the Generalitat Valenciana has secured funds to conduct these studies as of September, so the center has decided to suspend them, while both the Government and the same university have shown a willingness to work together to achieve the final implementation of these races.
A few weeks ago, the General Conference had approved University Policy 80 places and 60 nursing Medicine in this center, after an exhaustive work by the University in developing the curriculum, the template design and recruitment Initial human resources. Although it had provided a strong demand for both races by the students, the notice of suspension has come before the students began with the registration process to them.
For its part, the University of Zaragoza (UNIZAR) has demanded the Government of Aragon specific funding to implement the qualifications of Grade next year, announcing that, if not get it, “there will be great difficulties in developing the European Higher Education Area Superior. ”
According to the university, “to the position of the Government of Aragon not to allocate specific funding to implement qualifications, the Governing Council of the University of Zaragoza sees its institutional responsibility is to approve the implementation of all grades, demanding his adequate financial assistance. ” The academic institution is planning to start the next academic year 2010-2011 to the EHEA fully incorporated, with 53 titles Grade adapted to European requirements, within the areas of Arts and Humanities, Social Sciences and Law, Health Sciences, Science, and Engineering and Architecture.
Moreover, the Governing Council of this University has authorized the implementation of the degree of Business Administration at the College of Business Studies Huesca next year, and has asked the Agency responsible for Quality and Planning University of Aragon (ACPUA) a report on the request of the Degree of Tourism, whose implementation was provided in the 2010-2011 academic year.
Finally, the rector of the Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Carlos Berzosa, recently announced a plan to save the face of serious financial problems you are having this educational institution. Berzosa said that this month’s payroll are insured, while recognizing that there are delays in paying suppliers.
The austerity plan contains a number of savings initiatives and increased revenue through measures such as simplification of academic and organizational structure, cutting of senior and non-renewal of contracts, what is already happening with retirement.
In addition, the Complutense has also eliminated overtime and bonuses, on an appeal “to the responsibility of everyone to make the best use of public resources.”

Comment by Jenaro Rosemary

I like to know details of distance education from Bangladesh. I want to learn via internet service because i am a service holder and I can not join to any class room. please let me inform regarding all type of facilities, course duration and which subjects are available.
thanks,
Rubel – 01911892189

Comment by Md Shirajul Alam Khan

Dear Mr. Khan
Distance education has not yet started by CCLP Worldwide. Currently the courses are under development and will be ready by next month. once the course gets ready for students you will be notified

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El Vice Rector de la Universidad de Criminología y Ciencias de Seguridad (NUCSS).
Manifiesta su deseo de una buena formación en las diferentes áreas de las ciencias mencionadas
para poder luchar mejor contra todo tipo de delito: la corrupción, violencia de genero, terrorismo ambiental, el crimen organizado, terrorismo, etc, como aconseja en sus guías las Naciones Unidas, así como recomiendan los manuales y la cooperación en esta lucha internacionalmente.
Excmo Kartick Biwas: siempre dispuesto

Comment by Jenaro Rosemary




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