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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This week the government All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Social Care released a report on the professionalisation of Social Care workers.
Francistown District Youth coordinator, Gobonaone Ramoupo says the Ministry of Youth Empowerment, Sport and Culture Development has adopted a professionalisation of sports and creative industries as one of the key strategies of the ministry.
Also speaking at the inauguration ceremony, the Netherlands Ambassador Ardi-Stoios Braken voiced hope that the joint venture would steer food safety, professionalisation of the food chain and reduction of waste besides creating employment.
Through professionalisation and modernisation, Concierge Building Services intends to provide marketing, management, and strategic direction to the acquired companies in order to grow them organically.
We've also launched a new category, Office Manager of the Year, to reflect the growing scope and professionalisation of another back office support role"
Christian Volk, FIFA's Director of eFootball and Gaming, said the eNations Cup was another step in the professionalisation of the virtual game.
The festival will pave the way for amateur authors or people in the process of professionalisation (students of film or audio visual schools) to show their talents in the field of the film industry and produce their first film.
'The image of supply chain management has also been marred by corruption, and skills development and the professionalisation of supply chain management has never been more critical than it is today, in our increasingly global, challenging, complex and dynamic business environment.'
During the past two years alone, the North Wales company has experienced a 65% growth in turnover, an achievement Mr McDonnell attributes to a 'professionalisation' of the business and a greater focus on exports.
He further called on the Federal Government to give adequate support to the ongoing professionalisation of teaching by ensuring that only professionally trained and qualified teachers are recruited to teach in schools; and that this should include teachers involved in the Federal Government's N-Power programme.
We're honoured to be part of this critical development in the professionalisation of public financial management in Pakistan.'

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