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first_imgBAA Stansted has recruited 70 long-term unemployed people as part of theairport’s strategy to meet its growing staffing needs. The Runway to Work initiative started in January and has placed new membersof staff in management, flight administration, customer relations and retailwork. The initiative provides the long-term unemployed the chance to combine twoweeks of classroom-based training with three weeks’ work experience at theairport. The scheme is run in conjunction with Haringey Council, Reed in Partnership,the Employment Service and North London Learning and Skills Council, and ispart of the airport’s strategy to address the increasing problems ofrecruitment at Stansted Airport. BAA Stansted HR director John Norman said, “Stansted’s growth providesan opportunity to extend the economic benefits of employment to the widestareas. “By facilitating partnerships between airport employers and publicsector agencies we are bringing together people who have access to funding,with companies who have current and future job vacancies – bridging the gapfrom long-term unemployment into employment.” A forum comprising public, private and voluntary sector organisations hasalso been set up to look at all aspects of recruitment and employment includingthe skills available in the local labour market and training. One of the itskey objectives is to set up an airport skills training programme. The forum is supported by the Airport Employers Group made up of 24 airportemployers, which meets every six months, and a smaller steering group thatmeets quarterly. Airport employment strategy manager Wilma Scott said the airport would needto increase its workforce of 10,500 to 17,000 by 2011 to cater for a predictedrise in passenger numbers from 13 million to 25 million over the period. By Ben Willmott Related posts:No related photos. Comments are closed. Previous Article Next Article Jobless join BAA ranks as staffing scheme takes offOn 4 Sep 2001 in Personnel Todaylast_img read more

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first_img3. Babers will finally get to meet with his team during fall campUnlike in years past, the addition of satellite camps sapped time from Babers to get to know his players. Babers attended camps in Cleveland, Norfolk, Virginia, Ontario, Canada, and Paramus New Jersey.“That took a lot of time away from them,” Babers said.He was also on the road fundraising with Syracuse’s “No Huddle Tour” in June.Saturday will be the team’s first practice since the spring season. Despite Babers not getting to see his players as much as he’d like, the SU head coach said players look stronger now than they did in the spring but still have room to grow.The post-spring depth chart, which is the most current depth chart released was based on 10 padded practices from the spring. Babers said part of the reason starters haven’t been named at some positions is because the staff has seen its team so few times. And because the staff is new, Babers knows they’re “behind.”“But that’s OK,” he followed up. “People have been ran down from behind before.” Comments Related Stories Syracuse football preseason player file No. 1: Eric DungeySyracuse football position battle to watch, No. 1: Backup quarterbackSyracuse football preseason storylines, No. 1: How Syracuse adapts to Dino Babers’ spread offenseSyracuse football position battle to watch, No. 2: Defensive endSyracuse football position battle to watch, No. 3: Michael Lasker vs. Cody Conway Published on August 5, 2016 at 4:38 pm Contact Jon: [email protected] | @jmettus 2. Syracuse will hit as necessaryTo keep his team healthy, Babers said the Orange will hit on an as-needed basis. The amount of hitting in practice will depend on how proficient the team is. He will limit specific players’ amount of hitting, too, if they need less practice.“It’s all based on what we see,” Babers said. “When you have two boxers and you’re training one and the one that you’re training is a fantastic hitter — he can strike things, he can hit things and crush things that he hits. He doesn’t have to practice doing that much.“If we’ve got a team full of hitters, you don’t have to hit that much. They know what they’re doing. If you don’t have a team full of hitters, you better practice hitting. Because if you don’t hit in this game you won’t have a chance to win.”MORE PRESEASON STORYLINES:Storyline No. 1: How will SU adjust to Dino Babers’ offense?Storyline No. 2: Who will step up at defensive end?Storyline No. 3: Can Eric Dungey stay in the pocket?center_img Syracuse football held its first fall camp media availability in Manley Field House on Friday ahead of the team’s first practice on Saturday. Head coach Dino Babers, linebacker Zaire Franklin, center Jason Emerich and other players spoke to the media.Here are three things Babers said.1. Michael Moore and James Pierre have not reported for fall campCommits Michael Moore and James Pierre have not reported to SU’s preseason training camp because of eligibility. Pierre is waiting for “certification” from the NCAA and Moore is waiting for “certification” from SU, Babers said.Moore, a 6-foot-2 cornerback, is transferring from Palomar (California) College. Pierre, a safety, was originally signed to North Carolina but had to decommit after UNC would not admit him.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textColorado graduate transfer defensive end De’Jon Wilson did report to camp despite not being listed on the roster. Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more

first_img From sponsorship to the ever-expanding world of football media coverage, when it comes to the business of football, SBC has you covered. This edition looks at the sale of AC Milan, a new MLS team and a bizarre transfer deal from Turkey.____________________Becks launches plans for Miami expansionFormer England captain, David Beckham has launched his plan to form a Major League Soccer side in Miami.The team, which will be formed after Beckham utilised an option in his 2014 contract with LA Galaxy allowing him buy an MLS expansion franchise will play its home games in front of a 25,000 seater stadium.The former Manchester United player optimistically stated: “I’m excited to bring this great team to this great city – it has been a hell of a journey, I promise you the team we will bring into the league will be the best team.”The MLS is continually expanding with Los Angeles FC’s presence bringing the total number of teams to 23. Additionally, Nashville will also gain an extra franchise later in the year. Beckham’s plans won’t come without challenges, the 42 year old’s franchise will be the first Miami based football side since the unsuccessful Miami Fusion went under in 2001. 21st Club to oversee Evolution of Aussie top flight The Football Federation Australia (FFA) has announced a partnership with 21st Club, a leading international football management software developer and consultancy business. 21st Club will support all 10 Hyundai A-League clubs in the management of their salary cap requirements and provide support in strategic squad planning. The partnership will see 21st Club adapt Evolution – their platform that helps clubs manage their player costs, strategically plan the player pipeline and analyse the impact of future scenarios, in addition to rationalising processes across the clubs – to better support the league to monitor compliance with regulations. Questions to answer over Milan sale?  A daily Italian newspaper has reported that former Italian Prime Minister, Silvio Berlusconi is facing questions over his sale of AC Milan to Chinese entrepreneur, Li Yonghong, for €740 million last April.The questions, which related to possible money laundering in the lucrative sale last year prompted senior Milan public prosecutor, Francesco Greco to hastily issue a statement outlining that there was no enquiry of this nature “at the moment.” The accusations come amid a backdrop of a Serie A revival for Milan, under the tenure of iconic manager Gennaro Gattuso, as well as an impending Italian election, in which Berlusconi is unable to run after a 2013 conviction for tax fraud. Uncertainty at the top of Italian football Turmoil at the top of Italian football continues as the Italian Olympic Committee (CONI),  further postponed the election of a new Italian Football Federation President (FIGC) by three months.In a statement to the Italian media, CONI president Giovanni Malago stated: “I hope that there is an awareness on the part of the three candidates so that the election does not take place, I wish it as do 90 percent of Italians.“For now the assembly is convened. But the candidates have acknowledged the difficulties and are considering with their supporters the path to take.”He added: “none of the candidates can count on the vast majority that everyone considers indispensable for the revival of Italian football and there is the risk that the new president does not even have a simple majority in the Federal Council.”Cryptospor: Turkish youngster is new kid on the Blockchain A Turkish club has completed the country’s first ever transfer using Bitcoin, broadcaster CNN Turk reported on Tuesday.Harunustaspor, a local amateur league club, reportedly signed 22-year old Omer Faruk Kiroglu for 2000 liras (£377.6) worth of Bitcoin and 2500 liras in cash, for a sum total of 4500 liras.Club chairman Haldun Sehit declared that the move was the first of its kind by a sports club in Turkey and worldwide. “We did it to make a name for ourselves in the country and the world. We are proud of this,” he was quoted as saying._________________The Betting industry’s relationship with Football and its wider stakeholders will be discussed at the ‘Betting on Football 2018’ (#bofcon2018) conference. Click on the below banner for more information… StumbleUpon Submit Marek Suchar: “As esports betting grows, we will no longer speak about it as one sport” June 18, 2020 Related Articles LiveScore adds new leagues to streaming offering August 12, 2020 Share GVC responds to ‘press speculation’ on former Turkish business   July 30, 2020 Sharelast_img read more