professionalisation


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Noun1.professionalisation - the social process whereby people come to engage in an activity for pay or as a means of livelihood; "the professionalization of American sports"; "the professionalization of warfare"
social process - a process involved in the formation of groups of persons
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The scope of this tender concerns organizational consultancy services in the context of the further professionalisation of the organization of the afm.
The project also aims to support the modernisation and reform of the media sector, the professionalisation of information actors, media regulation and education, enhanced access to community information and development of professional media locally.
What we are seeing is the professionalisation of the amateur sport.
Both things have happened at a time when work-based learning in Wales has reached a significant milestone in its development, most notably the professionalisation of the workforce.
More specifically, we asked about participants' views on the following: (1) whether care and education should be integrated; (2) whether integration will contribute to professionalisation of the field; (3) whether integration will enhance care and/or education; (4) the importance of care and/or education for children of different ages; and (5) the possible advantages and disadvantages of the integration for childcare teachers.
It is about driving professionalisation through improving levels of service and choice to create a better rental experience for the customer.
Wealth managers should expand their existing philanthropy offering into full charity operations support, following the trend of professionalisation in charitable giving.
As well as changing hours and wages, McGuire is offering professionalisation and training across the company, which is a win for him and a win for the staff.
Changes in political thought, social and political revolutions, professionalisation and globalisation are interwoven with the development of media as a profession and institution and on its role in public life.
Working group on professionalisation of security staff
Described by the film's producers as'an astonishing story of pressure, expectation and courage, this inspiring film traces the roots of success back to the professionalisation of the game in the 90s, culminating in that glorious World Cup campaign of 2003 that turned Woodward's poisoned chalice into a golden cup.
Described by the films producers as "an astonishing story of pressure, expectation and courage", this inspiring film traces the roots of success back to the professionalisation of the game in the 90s, culminating in that glorious World Cup campaign of 2003 that turned Woodward's poisoned chalice into a golden cup.

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