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Professional certification is a growing trend as companies use it to recruit and train employees. The Guide to National Professional Certification Programs, Second Edition examines more than 600 certification programs in the following five major areas: Business and Finance; Insurance and Personal Finance; Real Estate and Property; Engineering and Science; Trade and Technical; and Medical and Fitness.
This book provides intimate details of an obese woman's journey to develop a habit of fitness and exercise. Additionally, the book contains a personal journal for others to use as they begin their own journeys to develop a habit of fitness.
This book is written to help human service program administrators either inÂ terpret or conduct program evaluations. Our intended audience includes adminÂ istrators and those students being trained for careers in human services administration. Our focus is on persons interested in assessing programs in which people work with people to improve their condition. The book's title, Program Evaluation: A Field Guide for Administrators, describes how we hope you use this book-as a tool. In writing the book, we have attempted to meet the needs of persons who have to conduct program evaluations as well as those who must use those evaluations. Hence, we have attempted to make the book "user friendly. " You will find, for example, numerÂ ous guidelines, cautions, and specific suggestions. Use the book actively. Our primary motive is to help administrators make better decisions. In fact, the primary reason for program evaluation is to help program administrators make good decisions. These decisions often must balance the goals of equity (or fairness in the distribution of goods and services among people in the economy), efficiency (obtaining the most output for the least resources), and political feasiÂ bility. Take, for example, the administrator who must decide between a new program favored by some of the program's constituents, and maintaining the status quo, which is favored by other constituents.
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