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    Implement Change Management Processes

    During the demonstration of skills did the student: (Tick if completed) ❑ Plan IT system changes ❑ Current system evaluation ❑ Organisation needs vs benchmark ❑ Identify technology system change needs ❑ Access changes ❑ Prioritise changes ❑ Implement change ❑ Monitor and review implementation Trainer’s Name:Date: / / Trainer’s Signature: Reviewed Auditor’s name:Date: / […] More

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    Compare and Contrast the Processes of Mitosis and Meiosis.

    Many living organisms in the Earth can continue because of the process of producing individuals called reproduction. Both mitosis and meiosis which are nuclear division in mitotic and meiotic cell division respectively play important roles in reproduction. In this essay, the processes of mitosis and meiosis are going to be compared, and the roles and […] More

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    Cellular Processes

    When molecules move from a high to low concentration it is called moving DOWN the concentration gradient. 
When molecules move from a low to high concentration it is called moving AGAINST the concentration gradient. 
When the concentration of a solute is the same throughout a system, the system is at EQUILIBRIUM.
What kind of transport DOES […] More

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    Supplier and Partnering Processes

    For many businesses, goods and services provided by suppliers or partners account for a significant portion of the cost and value of the final product. Suppliers include not only companies that provide materials and components, but also distributors, transportation companies, and information, healthcare, and education providers. Key suppliers might provide unique design, technology, integration, or […] More

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    PRODUCTION OPERATIONS & MANUFACTURING PROCESSES OF LABSA

    Sulphonation – The Process Most electrophilic substitution reactions are irreversible but sulfonation is an exception. Treatment of benzene with “oleum” (a solution of SO3 in concentrated sulfuric acid) will give the sulfonic acid, the electrophilic species being sulfur trioxide which is Lewis acidic. Fig – 1 Sulphonation : Benzene equation The sulfonic acid can be […] More

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    Psychological and social processes in the development of drug addiction

    Psychological and social processes in the development of drug addiction Introduction        Drug addiction can be defined as a compulsive need to use drugs in order to function normally. It can also be defined as primary, chronic, neurobiological disease with genetic, psychosocial and environmental factors influencing its development and manifestations. It is characterized […] More