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01/04/2015 More Training's Hot Topic - April 2015 - Wildlife Extinction and Endangered Species

Conservation Status The conservation status of a group of organisms (for instance, a species) indicates whether the group still exists and how likely the group is to become extinct in the near future. Many factors are taken into account when assessing conservation status: not simply the number of individuals remaining, but the overall increase or decrease in the population over time, breeding success rates, and known threats. The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species is the best-known worldwide conservation status listing and ranking system. Species are classified by the IUCN Red List into nine groups set through criteria such as rate of decline, population size, area of geographic distribution and degree of population and distribution fragmentation. The list also includes species that have gone extinct since 500 more

02/03/2015 More Training's Hot Topic - March 2015 - Sleep Deprivation

Sleep deprivation is the condition of not having enough sleep, it can be either chronic or acute. Sleep deprivation exists when sleep is insufficient to support adequate alertness, performance and health. Acute sleep deprivation refers to no sleep or a reduction in your usual sleeping time, usually lasting one or two days. Chronic sleep deprivation (also called sleep restriction) exists when an individual routinely sleeps less than the amount required for optimal more

02/02/2015 More Training's Hot Topic - February 2015 - Immigration

The movement of people between countries is known as immigration. Immigrants move to a country to which they are not native in order to settle there, especially as permanent residents or future citizens. Immigrants are motivated to leave their native countries for a variety of reasons, including a desire for economic prosperity, political issues, family re-unification, escaping conflict or natural disaster or in search of better opportunities in education and career, new experiences and exposure to life beyond their nation’s boundaries. In 2013 the United Nations estimated that there were 231,522,215 immigrants in the world (apx. 3.25% of the global population) Immigration is a highly debated and controversial topic in today's global community. read more

01/01/2015 More Training's Hot Topic - January 2015 - Debt

Debt refers to an amount owed to a person or organisation for funds borrowed. Debt can be represented by a loan note, bond, mortgage or other form stating repayment terms and, if applicable, interest requirements. These different forms all imply intent to pay back an amount owed by a specific date, which is set forth in the repayment terms. One who owes, is a debtor or debitor; one to whom it is owed, is a debtee, creditor, or more

01/12/2014 More Training's Hot Topic - December 2014 - Food Waste

Love Food Hate Waste aims to raise awareness of the need to reduce food waste and help us take action. It shows that by doing some easy practical everyday things in the home we can all waste less food, which will ultimately benefit our purses and the environment too. Love Food Hate Waste ( is brought to you by WRAP ( and waste awareness Wales. WRAP works in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland to help businesses and individuals reap the benefits of reducing waste, develop sustainable products and use resources in a sufficient way.    read more

03/11/2014 More Training's Hot Topic - November 2014 - Road Safety

Road safety refers to methods and measures for reducing the risk of a person using the road network being killed or seriously injured. The users of a road include pedestrians, cyclists, motorists, their passengers, and passengers of on-road public transport. Ten vital car checks: Ten simple car maintenance checks for safe, worry-free motoring! Tyres – Know the correct tyre pressures for your car and check them at least every two weeks using a good-quality gauge. Check tyre tread and condition. Don't forget to check the spare as well. Toolkit - Familiarise yourself with the jacking points used to lift the car safely. If locking wheel nuts are fitted make sure that the toolkit includes the key or removal tool. Engine oil - Check the dipstick at least every fortnight and before any long journey. Have the oil and filter changed at recommended service intervals. Water - Check the coolant level regularly and top up as necessary – but only when the engine is cold. Have the antifreeze concentration checked before winter. Wipers/Lights - As the days get shorter, lights and wipers play a major role in safe driving. Wiper blades wear down over time and smear the windscreen if they become worn. Check all lights weekly. Don't forget indicators, brake and fog lights. Screen wash - Check and top up regularly. Windscreen - Check regularly for stone damage as this can impair vision or distract attention. Minor chips can grow and crack the glass but many can be repaired by a windscreen specialist. Power steering - Ensure that the fluid reservoir is checked at every service. Bodywork - Deal promptly with damage to bodywork to prevent rust setting more

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