Nonfiction Writing Class Catalogue - NYC and Online.
TLC Driver Education Course - You must file an application with the TLC before registering for the course. The course is available at TLC-Approved Education Providers. It is offered in Arabic, Bengali, English, Mandarin, Russian, Spanish, and Urdu. Your chosen provider will notify the TLC when you have completed the course.
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A proposal is an essential marketing document that helps cultivate an initial professional relationship between an organization and a donor over a project to be implemented. The proposal outlines the plan of the implementing organization about the project, giving extensive information about the intention, for implementing it, the ways to manage it and the results to be delivered from it.
This course shows you the logical steps and provides examples to help you write that A-plus research paper as painlessly as possible. All the way from when you have no idea what to write about to producing that high-quality, well-researched, well-organized, well-supported easy-to-read final project.
The Writers Studio offers creative writing workshops to help fiction writers and poets find creative fulfillment, publish their work and win writing awards. Ten-week fiction and poetry writing classes are offered in New York City, Tucson and Online. Private tutorials are also available.
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This 30 hour Concrete Safety Manager course is approved by the NYC Department of Buildings. This course is a comprehensive review of the New York City Building Code 3300, New York City Department of Buildings Local Laws and bulletins, and OSHA 1926, subparts C, E, X, Q, R and N. The purpose of the course is to train candidates on safe job.