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Free Download [OFFER] Certification CompTIA Linux+ (XK0-004) Dernière mise à jour : 5/2020 Duration: 12h39m | Video: .MP4, 1280x720 30 fps | Audio: AAC, 48 kHz, 2ch | Size: 2.64 GB Genre: eLearning | Language: French Plus de 100 vidéos et de 150 questions/réponses pour apprendre à installer, administrer, dépanner des systèmes Linux Ce que vous apprendrez Créer, installer et configurer des machines virtuelles sous CentOS et Ubuntu Gérer et mettre à jour les modules du noyau Linux Configurer les paramètres réseaux sous Entreprise Linux Configurer le bonding réseau Créer, réparer et formater les partitions et les volumes logiques Gérer les utilisateurs et les applications Gérer les services du systèmes avec Systemd et SysVinit Gérer les services d'interfaces Linux distants et locaux Créer, modifier, rediriger les fichiers Démarrer, éditer et comprendre l'éditeur VIM Sécuriser les fichiers en définissant les autorisations adéquates Sécuriser le système Linux en configurant Firewalld comme pare-feu Sauvegarder, restaurer, archiver et compresser les fichiers du système Déployer des scripts Bash et automatiser des tâches récurrentes Contrôler les versions des applicatifs avec Git Comprendre les concepts et services de virtualisation et de Cloud et l'orchestration du système Afficher plus Afficher moins Prérequis Disposer d'une machine virtuelle Linux Desktop Ubuntu sous VirtualBox Etre familier à la ligne de commande Linux Description Tu cherches à présenter tes compétences Linux à des employeurs potentiels? L'obtention de la certification CompTIA Linux+ peut grandement prouver ton expertise . Cette certification populaire basée sur l'e mploi est même requise par de nombreux employeurs comme condition de base pour l'administration des serveurs Linux . Je m'appelle Landry AHOUANSOU , je suis ingénieur , certifié en Téléinformatique et je serai ton hôte tout au long de cette formation pour t'aider à te préparer pour passer l'examen XK0-004 de la certification CompTIA Linux+ . Cette version de l'examen a été introduite en 2019 et remplace les examens LX0-103 et LX0-104 . Cette formation qui dure plus de 12H comprend plus de 100 vidéos , un examen blanc de plus de 150 questions/réponses , répartie en 15 chapitres couvrant en détails chacun des sujets clés traités dans l'examen XKO-004 . Dans le premier module , je te donnerai toutes les informations claires et concises sur l' examen XK0-004 de CompTIA Linux+ , comme les domaines de compétences évalués , le nombre de points dont tu as besoin pour réussir l'examen, son prix , les types de questions posés , les langues disponibles ainsi que tous les détails sur l' inscription et la planification de ton examen . Dans le même module, je vais t'aider pas à pas à installer et configurer ton propre environnement de travail constitué des distributions CentOS et Ubuntu qui sont la base de toutes les vidéos pratiques de la formation. Le deuxième module intitulé Matériel du système sera consacré à une bonne compréhension des processus internes de démarrage du système d'exploitation Linux . Nous verrons également comment gérer les modules et mettre à jour un noyau Linux . La configuration statique et dynamique des connexions réseaux, tout comme le bonding réseau seront abordés dans ce module. L'une des compétences les plus fondamentales de tout administrateur système Linux est la gestion des disques de stockages . C'est pour cela, que tout un module, le troisième de la formation, te permettra de comprendre en détail les différentes méthodes d'administration des stockages disponibles sous un système Linux. Nous verrons comment lister , créer , supprimer , sauvegarder et restaurer des partitions de disques MBR et GPT. La gestion des volumes et groupe de volumes LVM , la création et la réparation des systèmes de fichiers EXT et XFS ainsi que l'administration de RAID seront traités dans ce module. Au cours du quatrième module , je t'expliquerai comment Linux gère les applications grâce à APT ou YUM et comment installer des packages logiciels sur les différents types de distribution Linux en utilisant DKPG et RPM ou directement depuis des sources . Nous explorons également durant ce module la gestion des comptes d'utilisateurs et ainsi que l'affectation des utilisateurs à des groupes afin de gérer de manière très sécurisée l'accès aux fichiers et aux répertoires. Comprendre les rôles de chaque serveur Linux d'une infrastructure, découvrir les concepts du Cloud Computing et de la virtualisation ainsi que les types d'hyperviseurs associés, feront l'objet de la première partie du cinquième module. En deuxième partie du même module, nous verrons en détail, comment démarrer , arrêter , suspendre , connaître l'état et rendre persistants les différents services exécutés en tâches de fond sur un système Linux. Les tâches ponctuelles avec AT et les tâches récurrentes avec CRON seront également abordés dans ce module. Au cours du sixième module , nous aborderons les différents environnements graphiques disponibles sous Linux ainsi que les types de serveurs graphiques et les différentes méthodes sécurisées pour s'y connecter. La gestion des dossiers et des fichiers étant indispensable dans toute administration système, nous couvrons alors dans le septième module , les commandes Linux de base pour travailler avec des fichiers et des répertoires à partir de la ligne de commande. Au cours de ce module, nous verrons également comment créer, éditer, rechercher et remplacer du texte dans l'éditeur VIM et nous traiterons en détails des différents outils fournis par Linux pour travailler avec des fichiers texte comme FIND , LOCATE , GREP pour ne citer que ceux-là. Comprendre la structure et explorer les multiples méthodes disponibles pour protéger les fichiers et les répertoires sur un système Linux seront les compétences à développer au cours du huitième module . Nous aborderons en détail la configuration des bits de fichiers spéciaux SUID , SGID et Sticky ainsi que les listes de contrôles d'accès . Apprendre à sécuriser son infrastructure Linux dans un environnement réseau étant obligatoire, nous verrons durant le neuvième module , la configuration étape par étape d'un pare-feu Linux . Au menu, il y aura le filtrage des paquets , la gestion des zones , l'utilisation du NAT et la création des règles dynamiques via FIREWALLD . A la fin du dixième module , tu comprendras de façon simple et claire, comment Linux enregistre les événements système et surtout très important comment tu peux utiliser les journaux système Linux pour résoudre les problèmes sur ton système Linux au travers des filtres , des actions et la mise en place des rotations Rsyslog . Comment sauvegarder et restaurer un système de fichiers EXT sous Linux, comment archiver et compresser les fichiers avec les outils comme tar , gzip , bzip2 et xz , tels sont les différentes compétences qui seront développées dans le onzième module . Tout le douzième module se concentrera sur les différentes méthodes de dépannage pour résoudre les problèmes de stockage , d'application et de réseau qui peuvent survenir sur un système Linux. L'un des modules passionnants de cette formation certification CompTIA Linux+ est le treizième module intitulé Contrôle de version où nous explorons ensemble le monde du contrôle de version du logiciel et je te montrerai étape par étape comment tu peux utiliser le logiciel de contrôle de version Git le plus connu pour gérer tes propres applications et scripts . L'avant dernier module, le quatorzième te permettra d'acquérir des notions indispensables pour automatiser ton système Linux . A la fin de ce module, tu seras capable de créer tes propres scripts shells BASH pour automatiser les tâches courantes sous Linux. Et le dernier module le quinzième , intitulé Orchestration du système , t'expliquera comment utiliser des moteurs d'orchestration dans ton environnement Linux pour contrôler les environnements de développement d'applications et déployer des applications dans des environnements contrôlés. Tu comprendras aussi de façon détaillée certains systèmes de gestion de configuration comme Puppet , Chef , Salt et Ansible et comment tu peux utiliser Git pour les piloter. A la fin de cette énorme formation, tu auras toutes les clés en main pour préparer et réussir ton examen XK0-004 de CompTIA Linux+ , avec ta certification en poche. Pour terminer, sache que tu auras accès à un examen blanc de 10 questions/réponses à la fin de chaque module , couvrant les notions abordées dans ce chapitre, et tu peux également acquérir tous les slides et la liste de toutes les commandes détaillées en format PDF en m'envoyant un courriel à l'adresse qui s'affiche actuellement sur ton écran. Donc sans plus tarder, démarrons l'aventure ensemble en commençant par le premier module.... À qui ce cours s'adresse-t-il ? Toute personne qui souhaite obtenir la certification CompTIA Linux+ XKO-004 Toute personne qui souhaite obtenir la certification LPIC-1 Exam 101 et 102 Tout administrateur ou ingénieur Système Linux Afficher plus Afficher moins Formateur Landry Hospice AHOUANSOU Ingénieur en Téléinformatique et Administrateur Systèmes 4,0 Note du formateur 611 avis 2 284 participants 27 cours Administrateur Systèmes et Réseaux informatiques 2009-2012 : Diplôme d'Ingénieur Technologue en Téléinformatique 2015 : Certifié Cisco CCENT, CCNA Routing & Switching 2016 : Certifié Microsoft MCP, MCSA Windows Server 2017 : Certifié Linux LPIC-1 et LPIC-2 Compétences clés : Virtualisation Hyper-V, VMware - Windows Server 2012 R2 & 2016 - Acronis Backup - PowerShell - Zabbix pour le monitoring - SQL Server pour la base de donnée. 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  2. Free Download [OFFER] Cybersecurity Foundations (A+ Core 1 Certification) Published 4/2024 Created by Remmy Idaewor MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz, 2 Ch Genre: eLearning | Language: English | Duration: 102 Lectures ( 14h 48m ) | Size: 13.8 GB Learn the basics of Cybersecurity and Computer Architecture and pass the A+ Core 1 exam in a heartbeat! What you'll learn: Disassembling and Reassembling a Computer The Motherboard: The Heart of the Computer Processors and Memory: The Brain and Memory of the Computer The Power System: Keeping the Computer Running Hard Drives and Other Storage Devices: Storing Your Data I/O Devices: Input and Output for the Computer Setting Up a Local Network Network Infrastructure and Troubleshooting Mobile Devices: The Future of Computing Virtualization, Cloud Computing, and Printers Requirements: The course does not require any prior knowledge of computer architecture, but learners should have a basic understanding of computers and how they operate. Description: The Basic Computer Architecture course covers the foundational knowledge and skills required for entry-level IT professionals to perform critical IT support tasks. It covers a broad range of IT-related topics, including hardware, networking, mobile devices, operating systems, and troubleshooting. This course enables you to diagnose, resolve, and document common hardware and software issues. This course is essential for those who wish to pursue a career in IT support or other related fields. Understand the basics of computer hardware and software. This knowledge is essential for any IT professional, as it allows them to troubleshoot problems and make informed decisions about how to improve computer systems. What roles does this course prepare you for? IT support: The skills learned in this course are essential for entry-level IT support professionals. These skills can help you troubleshoot and resolve common hardware and software issues, and they can also help you document these issues for future reference. Networking: The skills learned in this course can also be applied to networking roles. For example, you could use these skills to configure and manage networks, or to troubleshoot network problems. Mobile devices: The skills learned in this course can also be applied to mobile device support roles. For example, you could use these skills to troubleshoot and repair mobile devices, or to help users set up and use their mobile devices. Who this course is for: The CompTIA A+ Core 1 certification is aimed at IT professionals who are responsible for installing, configuring, and maintaining hardware and software technologies. Some of the key job roles and responsibilities of A+ Core 1 certified professionals include: IT Support Specialist: Providing technical support to end-users and resolving hardware and software issues. Field Service Technician: Installing and repairing hardware components, such as motherboards, CPUs, and memory modules. Network Administrator: Configuring and maintaining network systems to ensure their smooth operation. Mobile Device Technician: Repairing and maintaining mobile devices, such as smartphones and tablets. Homepage Recommend Download Link Hight Speed | Please Say Thanks Keep Topic Live [hide] No Password - Links are Interchangeable
  3. Free Download [OFFER] Sobriety Life Coach Certification (Addiction Recovery) Published 4/2024 MP4 | Video: h264, 1920x1080 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz Language: English | Size: 10.61 GB | Duration: 8h 39m Addiction Recovery for Individuals and Coaches - For Sober Lifestyle, Sobriety + Alcoholism Recovery What you'll learn What coaching is and isn't and how it differs from counseling and rehab How to be a Sobriety Life Coach The Successful Sobriety Method with 6 Core principles of sobriety (preparation, physical, social, psychological, self-care, roadblocks) Post-Method Tips Background in recovery, addiction, and sobriety including its benefits, misconceptions, stigma and stereotypes and more. Understanding the recovery process including principles, beliefs and values, emotion management and setting goals Coaching skills including knowledge on preparation, learning styles, language, communication, relationships and motivation Sobriety Methods including urge surfing, cues and triggers, mindset and mindfulness, influences, relapse prevention, and more Sobriety Resources Requirements No pre-requisites needed. Beginners to advanced are welcome! Description Welcome to the Sobriety Life Coach Certification Program, designed to equip you with the necessary knowledge and skills to help individuals achieve lasting habits, navigate addiction recovery, and attain sobriety goals. Whether you are sober-curious, seeking a sober lifestyle, or on the journey of addiction recovery, this course offers comprehensive guidance and practical strategies to support yourself or others in achieving and maintaining sobriety.Throughout this online, self-paced course, you will explore various aspects of sobriety, addiction recovery, and habit formation. You will learn evidence-based techniques, compassionate communication skills, and effective coaching methodologies to empower individuals in their sobriety journey.This course is suitable for individuals interested in pursuing a career as a sobriety life coach, as well as anyone seeking to support themselves or others in achieving sobriety goals. However, it's essential to note that this program is not intended to provide medical advice, and true addiction may require the guidance of trained medical professionals. As a participant in this course or a prospective coach, it's important to recognize the limits of coaching and to prioritize the well-being and safety of individuals seeking sobriety support.Upon successful completion of the Sobriety Life Coach Certification Program, you will be equipped with the knowledge, skills, and confidence to make a positive impact in the lives of individuals navigating sobriety and addiction recovery. Join us on this transformative journey towards creating a healthier, happier, and more fulfilling life, free from the constraints of addiction. Overview Section 1: Introduction Lecture 1 Welcome Lecture 2 What is a Sobriety Life Coach? (Differences, Fine Lines, and Licenses) Lecture 3 About the Coach Lecture 4 Why You Should Be a Sobriety Coach Now Lecture 5 Disclaimer: When to Seek Help Lecture 6 Finding Support Online Section 2: Background Lecture 7 The Difficult War with Addiction Lecture 8 Ways on Battling Addiction Lecture 9 Detox and Withdrawal Lecture 10 Drugs and Alcohol Does Not Solve Your Problem Lecture 11 Addict vs. Sober vs. Sober Curious: What's the Difference? Lecture 12 The Benefits of Sobriety Lecture 13 Society, Environment, and Culture Lecture 14 Common Misconceptions Lecture 15 Sobriety and Finances (Financial Impact of Addiction) Lecture 16 Sobriety and the Pandemic Section 3: About You Lecture 17 Self-Reflection: When and How Did it All Start? Lecture 18 Your Habits Lecture 19 The 3 R's of Habit Change Lecture 20 COACH: Your Current Situation Section 4: The Sober Wolves Successful Sobriety Method Lecture 21 Intro to The Successful Sobriety Method Section 5: Core Principle 1: Preparation to Sobriety Lecture 22 COACH: Beginning the Conversation Lecture 23 COACH: Managing Emotions Lecture 24 COACH: Communication Mistakes to Avoid Lecture 25 Don't Wait for the Worst Before Deciding to Get Sober Lecture 26 COACH: You Can't Make Someone Sober, Unless They Decide to do it Themselves Lecture 27 Embrace the Process - The Journey to Sobriety Is Not All Butterflies and Rainbow Lecture 28 Acceptance Lecture 29 Accepting Your Emotions Lecture 30 Cold Turkey or Gradually? Lecture 31 COACH: Cold Turkey or Gradually? Lecture 32 CLIENT: Setting Goals and Action Plans (SMART Goals) Lecture 33 Chunking Lecture 34 COACH: Setting Goals and Action Plans Lecture 35 COACH: Your #1 Role as a Sobriety Life Coach (Accountability) Lecture 36 Your Big Why Lecture 37 Take Your Power Back Lecture 38 Creating a New Routine Lecture 39 Your Stop/Quit Date Lecture 40 Place Yourself in Your New World Section 6: Core Principle 2: Physical Health Lecture 41 COACH: Physical Health Lecture 42 Nutrition and Diet Lecture 43 Dietary Supplements Lecture 44 Fitness Lecture 45 Sleep Lecture 46 Water Intake Lecture 47 Stress Lecture 48 Breathing Lecture 49 Lifestyle Changes Section 7: Core Principle 3: Psychological Health Lecture 50 COACH: Psychological Health Lecture 51 Growth Mindset Lecture 52 Mindfulness Lecture 53 Reframing Negative Thoughts and Challenging Limiting Beliefs Lecture 54 COACH: Positive Feedback Lecture 55 COACH: Emotional Support and Guidance Lecture 56 Journaling (from CBT principle) Lecture 57 Visualization Lecture 58 Affirmations Lecture 59 Forgiveness Lecture 60 COACH: Empower Your Clients to Forgiveness Lecture 61 Spiritual Health Section 8: Core Principle 4: Social Health Lecture 62 COACH: Social Health Lecture 63 Family Lecture 64 Friends Lecture 65 Acquaintances and Colleagues Lecture 66 Church and other Communities Lecture 67 Social Influences Lecture 68 You Become the 5 People You Are Around with The Most Lecture 69 Sober Wolves Section 9: Core Principle 5: Self-Care Lecture 70 How Does Self-Care Help You Lecture 71 Tools For Self-Care Lecture 72 COACH: Help Your Clients Take Care of Themselves, Honor Themselves, and Love The Lecture 73 COACH: Help Your Clients to Say NO and Set Healthy Boundaries Lecture 74 How to Successfully Say No to Drugs and Alcohol Section 10: Core Principle 6: Preparing for Roadblocks Lecture 75 COACH: Why do People Struggle to Creating Lasting, Meaningful Changes in Their L Lecture 76 Overcoming Fear of Change Lecture 77 Overcoming Roadblocks Lecture 78 Changing 'Buts' to 'I Cans' and 'I Wills' Lecture 79 Cues and Triggers Lecture 80 Relapse Lecture 81 Urge Surfing Lecture 82 Suicide and Crisis Support Lecture 83 Loneliness Lecture 84 Stigma and Stereotypes Lecture 85 COACH: Creating and Running an Accountability Group Section 11: Post-Method Tips Lecture 86 Crafting Your Best Life: Embracing Sobriety and Thriving in Every Moment Lecture 87 Revamp Your Space, Elevate Your Sobriety Lecture 88 Embrace Progress:Focusing on Being Better, Not Perfect, in Your Sobriety Journey Lecture 89 Soliloquys Lecture 90 Reminders and Prompts Lecture 91 One Day at a Time Lecture 92 Try Something New Lecture 93 The Joy of Choosing Experiences Over Stuff: Embrace a Life of Memories Lecture 94 Create a Bucket List Lecture 95 Build New Relationships Lecture 96 Time For Your Passion Lecture 97 The Power of Consistency - Achieving Long-Term Sobriety Lecture 98 How to Face the World Section 12: You Did It Lecture 99 Congratulations Lecture 100 Pay it Forward Section 13: Challenge Lecture 101 21-Day Sobriety Challenge Lecture 102 20-Day Alcohol-Free Challenge You are wanting to become a life coach and make a difference in the life of others.,You are a life coach, health coach, health professional, therapist, health care worker, holistic medicine practitioner who wants to add powerful sobriety/recovery life coaching tools to your toolbox,You are passionate about health and sobriety and you want to become a sobriety life coach to help people make lasting changes,You want to help life coaching clients clarify their health, sobriety goals, values, and exploring the sobriety world by asking the right questions.,You want to help life coaching clients identify patterns, cravings, existing habits, and other potential roadblocks, create a plan, including meal plans and schedules, and make lasting habit changes Homepage Recommend Download Link Hight Speed | Please Say Thanks Keep Topic Live [hide] No Password - Links are Interchangeable
  4. Free Download [OFFER] Foot Reflexology And Aromatherapy Certification Published 4/2024 MP4 | Video: h264, 1920x1080 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz Language: English | Size: 1.50 GB | Duration: 1h 4m Get Certification in Foot Reflexology and Aromatherapy , Learn in Most Simple and Easy Way What you'll learn Students will learn about the key anatomical structures of the feet Students will learn about proficiency in fundamental foot massage technique Students will learn about the potential contraindications and safety considerations for foot massage Students will learn about cultivating effective communication skills to assess client needs, preferences, and concerns Students will learn about Integration of Aromatherapy into Foot Reflexology Massage Therapy Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to practice as Foot Reflexology Massage Therapists Requirements No prerequisites Description Welcome! Elevate your wellness expertise with our comprehensive Foot Reflexology Massage & Aromatherapy Certification course. Immerse yourself in the ancient art of reflexology and the therapeutic benefits of aromatherapy, gaining a dual certification that sets you apart in the world of holistic healing.In this dynamic online course, you'll explore the principles of reflexology, understanding the interconnectedness of the body through the feet's reflex points. Learn to apply precise pressure techniques to promote balance, relaxation, and overall vitality. Complementing this knowledge, delve into the realm of aromatherapy, harnessing the power of essential oils to enhance well-being on physical, emotional, and mental levels.This course has 5 Sections.Section 1: Introduction to Foot Massage TherapyFoot Massage - Top 5 Health BenefitsTop 5 Tips - After Foot MassageOverview of Foot Massage History and OriginsBenefits of foot massageScope of massage practiceEthics of massage practiceSection 2: Anatomy and Physiology for Foot MassageAnatomy of the FootUnderstanding the concept of energy flow (Qi) and reflex zones in the feetFoot reflexologyUnderstanding the structure of the arches and how they impact foot mechanicsCommon foot conditions and their implications for foot massageSection 3: Aroma TherapyHistory of Aroma TherapyHow Aroma Therapy WorksBenefits of Aroma TherapyGuidelines about Essential Oils - Purpose & BenefitsHow to Choose Right Essential OilsHow to Use Essential OilsHow to Use Diffusor for Aroma TherapyCautions before Using Essential OilsSection 4: Preparing for a Massage SessionClient assessment and intake processGuidelines - Creating a Professional Massage EnvironmentEquipment for MassageSection 5: Client Care and ProfessionalismHandling Client Concerns and ComplaintsBusiness and Marketing Strategies for Massage TherapistsThrough immersive video lessons, hands-on demonstrations, and interactive assessments, you'll become proficient in both disciplines. Uncover the art of selecting and blending essential oils for specific therapeutic goals, while also mastering the intricate reflexology maps and techniques that have been revered for centuries.Upon completion, you'll receive a dual certification in Foot Reflexology Massage and Aromatherapy, equipping you to provide comprehensive holistic treatments that harmonize the body and spirit. Whether you're a wellness enthusiast, massage therapist, or aspiring practitioner, this course empowers you to make a profound impact on the well-being of yourself and others.Key Features:- Gain expertise in foot reflexology and its healing principles- Explore the therapeutic applications of aromatherapy- Learn the art of essential oil selection and blending- Master reflexology maps and techniques for targeted treatments- Receive a dual certification upon successful course completionEmbark on a transformative journey into the world of healing touch and aromatic wellness. Enroll now to unlock the potential of Foot Reflexology Massage & Aromatherapy Certification and embark on a fulfilling path of holistic healing. Enroll Now! Overview Section 1: Introduction to Foot Massage Therapy Lecture 1 Foot Massage - Top 5 Health Benefits Lecture 2 Top Traits of an Effective Massage Therapist Lecture 3 Top 5 Tips - After Foot Massage Lecture 4 Overview of Foot Massage History and Origins Lecture 5 Benefits of Foot Massage Lecture 6 Scope of Massage Practice Lecture 7 Ethics of Massage Practice Section 2: Anatomy and Physiology for Foot Massage Lecture 8 Anatomy of the Foot Lecture 9 Understanding the concept of energy flow (Qi) and reflex zones in the feet Lecture 10 Foot reflexology Lecture 11 Understanding the structure of the arches and how they impact foot mechanics Lecture 12 Common foot conditions and their implications for foot massage Section 3: Aromatherapy Lecture 13 History of Aroma Therapy Lecture 14 How Aroma Therapy Works Lecture 15 Benefits of Aroma Therapy Lecture 16 Guidelines about Essential Oils - Purpose & Benefits Lecture 17 How to Choose Right Essential Oils Lecture 18 How to Use Essential Oils Lecture 19 How to Use Diffusor for Aroma Therapy Lecture 20 Cautions before Using Essential Oils Section 4: Preparing for a Massage Session Lecture 21 Client assessment and intake process Lecture 22 Guidelines - Creating a Professional Massage Environment Lecture 23 Equipment for Massage Section 5: Client Care and Professionalism Lecture 24 Handling Client Concerns and Complaints Lecture 25 Business and Marketing Strategies for Massage Therapists Any practitioner, masseuse & masseur who wants to advance their Career in Foot Reflexology Massage & Aroma Therapy,Anyone who is interested to become a Foot Reflexology Massage therapist, practitioner, masseuse & masseur,Anyone who is interested in natural healing therapy of family, friends and loved ones Homepage Recommend Download Link Hight Speed | Please Say Thanks Keep Topic Live [hide] No Password - Links are Interchangeable
  5. Free Download [OFFER] Agile Scrum Master Certification Scrum Project Management Published 4/2024 MP4 | Video: h264, 1920x1080 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz Language: English | Size: 518.38 MB | Duration: 2h 27m From Novice to Expert: Your Path to Scrum Mastery and Certification What you'll learn Introduction to Agile and Scrum Deep dive into the role of the Scrum Master Scrum Events Scrum Artifacts Requirements Desire to Learn Description Module 1: Introduction to Scrum and AgileLesson 1: Understanding Agile PrinciplesOverview of the Agile Manifesto and its core valuesExploring the foundational principles of Agile methodologiesLesson 2: Introduction to ScrumOverview of the Scrum frameworkUnderstanding the roles, events, and artifacts in ScrumExploring the Scrum values and pillarsModule 2: Scrum Roles and AccountabilitiesLesson 3: Understanding Scrum RolesExploring the responsibilities of the Developer, Scrum Master, and Product OwnerModule 3: Scrum EventsLesson 4: SprintOverview of the Sprint and its significance in ScrumLesson 5: Daily ScrumUnderstanding the purpose and format of the Daily Scrum meetingLesson 6: Sprint PlanningTechniques and best practices for effective Sprint Planning sessionsLesson 7: Sprint ReviewUnderstanding the Sprint Review ceremony and its importance in validating the IncrementLesson 8: Sprint RetrospectiveExploring the Sprint Retrospective and its role in continuous improvementModule 4: Scrum ArtifactsLesson 9: Product BacklogUnderstanding the Product Backlog and its role in prioritizing workLesson 10: Sprint BacklogExploring the Sprint Backlog and its significance in planning and executing work during the SprintLesson 11: Product IncrementUnderstanding the concept of the Product Increment and its importance in delivering valueModule 5: Planning in ScrumLesson 12: User StoriesTechniques for writing effective user stories and acceptance criteriaLesson 13: EstimationExploring various estimation techniques such as story points, planning poker, and relative sizingLesson 14: Capacity PlanningUnderstanding how to effectively plan and manage team capacityLesson 15: Release PlanningTechniques for release planning and creating a roadmap for product delivery Overview Section 1: Introduction Lecture 1 Introduction & Course Overview Lecture 2 Evolution of Software Development Processes Section 2: Understanding Agile Principles Lecture 3 01 Overview Of The Agile Manifesto And Its Core Values Lecture 4 02 Exploring the foundational Principles of Agile Methodologies Lecture 5 03 What is Scrum? Lecture 6 04 What is Empirical Process Control? Lecture 7 05 Three Pillars of Scrum Lecture 8 06 Difference Between Methodology and Framework Section 3: Introduction to Scrum Lecture 9 01 Overview Of The Scrum Framework Lecture 10 02 Exploring The Scrum Values And Pillars Lecture 11 03 Understanding the roles, events, and artifacts in Scrum Section 4: Scrum Roles and Accountabilities Lecture 12 01 Exploring The Responsibilities Of The Developer, Scrum Master, Product Owner Section 5: Scrum Events Lecture 13 01 Sprint Lecture 14 02 Product Backlog Refinement Lecture 15 03 Daily Scrum Lecture 16 04 Sprint Planning Section 6: Scrum Artifacts Lecture 17 01 Product Backlog Lecture 18 02 Sprint Backlog Lecture 19 03 Product Increment Lecture 20 04 Definition Of Done Vs Acceptance Criteria And Technical Debt Lecture 21 05 Definition of Ready Section 7: Planning in Scrum Lecture 22 01 User Stories Lecture 23 02 Estimation Lecture 24 03 Capacity Planning Lecture 25 04 Release Planning Lecture 26 About PSM 1 Exam (Downloadable Resource included) Aspiring Scrum Masters,Project Managers,Anyone Pursuing Scrum Master Certification Homepage Recommend Download Link Hight Speed | Please Say Thanks Keep Topic Live [hide] No Password - Links are Interchangeable
  6. Free Download [OFFER] Complete Itil 4 Foundation Certification Course & Practices Published 3/2024 MP4 | Video: h264, 1920x1080 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz Language: English | Size: 971.57 MB | Duration: 4h 4m Understand the value of ITSM in the organization and prepare the ITSM Foundation certification in a weekend What you'll learn IT Service Management key concepts Guiding principles 4 dimensions practices prepare for the certification Requirements No prerequisites to take this course Description Disclaimer: This UNOFFICIAL course is not affiliated with or endorsed by Axelos.Not Affiliated with or Endorsed by AXELOSNon-affiliation disclaimer: This UNOFFICIAL course is not associated with or endorsed by Axelos.Unlock the Secrets of IT Service Management with ITSM Foundation CertificationIn today's fast-paced and ever-evolving digital landscape, efficient IT service delivery is crucial for organizations of all sizes and industries to succeed. ITSM Foundation, the latest version of the world's leading IT service management framework, provides a comprehensive set of best practices for organizations to manage their IT services effectively and deliver value to their customers.Enhance Your IT Expertise and Advance Your CareerThis comprehensive 4-hour course will equip you with the knowledge and skills you need to:- Understand the core concepts of IT service management- Grasp the ITSM Foundation framework, including the Four Dimensions, Guiding Principles, Service Value System, and IT Service Management Best Practices- Create value for customers through IT services- Manage service offerings and relationships effectively- Achieve desired outcomes and mitigate risks- Measure the utility and warranty of IT servicesThis course is designed for:IT professionals who want to gain a foundational understanding of ITSM and its role in IT service managementIndividuals seeking to embark on their ITSM certification journeyProfessionals looking to enhance their IT knowledge and skillsAnyone who wants to contribute to the implementation of ITSM practices in their organizationUpon successful completion of this course, you will:- Earn the ITSM Foundation certification, a globally recognized credential that demonstrates your proficiency in IT service management- Enhance your understanding of the latest ITSM framework and its impact on IT operations- Gain the skills to effectively manage IT services and deliver value to customers- Strengthen your career prospects and open up new opportunities in the IT industry- Practice exams to prepare for the exam day Overview Section 1: Introduction Lecture 1 Introduction Lecture 2 5 reasons to get certified Lecture 3 Course Mastery: Your Guide to Learning Success Lecture 4 Get The Training Slides Lecture 5 The ITIL 4 Foundation Exam Lecture 6 Why A New ITIL Section 2: Service Management : Key Concepts Lecture 7 Introduction Lecture 8 Learning Objectives Lecture 9 The need for Service Management Lecture 10 Understanding Value Lecture 11 Value Co-Creation Lecture 12 Value Co-Creation forms Lecture 13 Example : Value Co-Creation Lecture 14 Example : Value And Stakeholders Lecture 15 Service, Costs and Risks Lecture 16 Outputs facilitate Outcomes Lecture 17 Utility And Warranty Lecture 18 Example : Risks and Costs Lecture 19 Service Relationships Lecture 20 Example : Service Consumption and Provision Lecture 21 Services And Products Lecture 22 Example : Services And Products Lecture 23 Outputs vs Outcomes and Watermelon Effect Lecture 24 Service Offering Lecture 25 Summary Section 3: The 4 Dimensions Of IT Service Management Lecture 27 Introduction Lecture 28 Organization And People Lecture 29 Information And Technology Lecture 30 Cloud Computing Lecture 31 Partners And Suppliers Lecture 32 Value Streams And Processes Lecture 33 External Factors Lecture 34 Example : External Factors Lecture 35 Example : 4 Dimensions Lecture 36 Summary Section 4: The ITIL Service Value System Lecture 38 Learning Objectives Lecture 39 The Service Value System Lecture 40 Inputs and Outcomes of the SVS Lecture 41 The 7 Guiding Principles Lecture 49 Governance Lecture 50 Service Value Chain Lecture 53 Practices Lecture 54 Continual Improvement Lecture 55 Example : Service Value System Section 5: The ITIL Practices Lecture 57 Introduction and Learning Objectives Lecture 58 What Is A Practice ? Lecture 59 General Management Practices Lecture 60 Continual Improvement Lecture 61 Information Security Management Lecture 62 Relationship Management Lecture 63 Supplier Management Lecture 64 Service Management Practices Lecture 65 Availability Management Lecture 66 Capacity And Performance Management Lecture 67 Change Enablement Lecture 68 The Evolution Of Change Lecture 70 Incident Management Lecture 71 Example :Incident Management Lecture 72 IT Asset Management Lecture 73 Monitoring And Event Management Lecture 75 Problem Management Lecture 76 Example :Problem Management Lecture 77 Incident Vs Problem Lecture 78 Release Management Lecture 79 Service Configuration Management Lecture 80 IT Asset Vs CI Lecture 81 Service Continuity Management Lecture 82 Service Desk Lecture 83 Example :Service Desk Lecture 84 Service Level Management Lecture 85 SLA :Service Level Agreement Lecture 86 Service Request Management Lecture 88 Technical Management Practices Lecture 89 Deployment Management Lecture 90 Deployment Vs Release Lecture 91 Summary Anyone who needs to start a career in IT,Anyone looking to get certified,IT students,IT professionals,IT manager Homepage Recommend Download Link Hight Speed | Please Say Thanks Keep Topic Live [hide] No Password - Links are Interchangeable
  7. Free Download [OFFER] Certification In Understanding Food Labels Published 4/2024 MP4 | Video: h264, 1920x1080 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz Language: English | Size: 1.79 GB | Duration: 3h 13m Deciphering Servings, Calories, Ingredients & Nutrition Facts: Guide to Reading Food Labels for Health Tip What you'll learn Quickly Spot Healthy Options: You will be able to quickly identify healthy food options by understanding key nutritional information on labels. Cut Through Marketing Hype: Learn how to differentiate between marketing claims and factual nutritional information to make informed food choices. Decipher Ingredients for Allergy Safety: Learn to recognize and avoid ingredients that may cause allergies or sensitivities. Understand Serving Sizes and Portions: Gain insights into how serving sizes on labels can impact your dietary intake and how to adjust portions accordingly. Requirements No Prior Knowledge Required: There are no technical prerequisites or prior knowledge needed to start this course. It's designed for beginners! Description Buying healthy food products is not child's play given the sly marketing tactics, obnoxious ingredient lists and puzzling nutrition labels for food. Nonetheless, packaged foods make up a significant portion of our daily diet. So you must ensure that they are nutritious and not hazardous.Turn Perplexing Food Labels into Smart Eating ChoicesLearn How To Interpret Nutrition Labels And Ingredient Lists To Make Informed Food Choices Now you will have questions like:How do I read a food label?Are claims like "100% natural", "Sugar-free", "High Nutrition Value", etc. really true?Are nutrition facts and ingredients mentioned on the pack safe to trust?What are those weird chemical names, "may-contain" ingredients and numbers?Learning PathPart 1: Introduction to food labels and FSSAI mandatesPart 2 and 3: Decoding ingredients present in common packaged foods and beverages in IndiaOrder of the ingredients mentioned on a labelPercentage calculation and total of each ingredientSugar and its various hidden namesAdditives and preservatives- meaning and differenceFood colourantsNatural vs artificial flavoursThickening and stabilizing agents: INS and E ingredientsNatural-sounding ingredients: nature-derived/nature-identicalPart 4: Discovering health and nutritional claims on the food labelsPart 5: How to make informed choices by making sense of food labels Overview Section 1: Introduction to Food Labels Lecture 1 What are food labels? Lecture 2 Types of Food labels Section 2: Decoding Ingredients on a Food Label Lecture 3 Understanding Food Ingredients Lecture 4 Calculating Ingredient Percentages Lecture 5 Decoding Sugars on Food Labels Lecture 6 Unveiling Food Additives and E/INS Codes Lecture 7 Additives Uncovered: Health Impacts Explored (Part 1) Lecture 8 Additives Uncovered: Health Impacts Explored (Part 2) Lecture 9 FSSAI's Classes of Food Additives Explained Lecture 10 Smart Shopping: A Practical Guide to Healthy Grocery Choices Section 3: Decoding Nutrition Facts Label Lecture 11 Unlocking the Secrets of Food Labels Lecture 12 Daily Values: Understanding Nutrient Declarations Section 4: Understanding Health and Nutrition Claims Lecture 13 Introduction to Health and Nutrition Claims Lecture 14 Understanding Claims on Food Labels Section 5: How to Make Informed Food Choices While Buying Foods and Beverages Lecture 15 How to Make Informed Food Choices Everyone Interested in Healthy Living: This course is essential for anyone who eats! Whether you're a novice in the kitchen or a seasoned food shopper, understanding food labels is a crucial skill for making healthier choices for yourself and your loved ones. Homepage Recommend Download Link Hight Speed | Please Say Thanks Keep Topic Live [hide] No Password - Links are Interchangeable
  8. Free Download [OFFER] Buccal Massage Certification Course Published 4/2024 MP4 | Video: h264, 1920x1080 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz Language: English | Size: 504.27 MB | Duration: 0h 34m Buccal massage, Natural Face lift, Anti-aging method What you'll learn Understand the significance and benefits of buccal massage for facial rejuvenation Learn practical buccal massage techniques, including targeting specific areas such as cheekbones, jaw muscles, and nasolabial folds Adapt the treatment sequence to individual client needs and goals Gain hands-on experience through practical demonstrations and exercises Identify the essential tools and supplies needed to perform effective buccal massage treatments Certification: Receive an internationally recognized certification upon successful completion, empowering you to teach Face Yoga professionally. Requirements None Description This immersive experience is tailored for individuals passionate about unlocking the secrets to facial rejuvenation through a harmonious blend of ancient techniques and modern practices. In this course, we'll explore the transformative power of buccal massage and its integration with other holistic approaches to facial care.As you delve into the program, discover the unique synergy of buccal massage, where physical revitalization intertwines with profound impacts on mental well-being. It's not just about facial aesthetics; it's about fostering a radiant connection between your inner vitality and external beauty.Venturing beyond the surface, this course delves into the captivating landscape of facial anatomy. Uncover the intricacies of key facial muscles, demystifying their functions and connections to overall facial well-being. Gain insights into the dynamic canvas of facial expressions, empowering you to tailor your techniques with precision.As we progress, practical techniques become your toolkit for sculpting, toning, and rejuvenating facial muscles. Engage in hands-on exercises and demonstrations that infuse each movement with intention, enriching your journey towards facial rejuvenation with joy and accessibility.Upon completion of this transformative course, not only will you gain practical skills and knowledge, but you'll also become part of a dynamic community. Join us in the Practical Guide to Facial Rejuvenation: Buccal Massage and Integrative Techniques course-an immersive celebration of natural beauty, well-being, and the radiant confidence that lies within every individual.Our course is designed to equip you with the knowledge, skills, and confidence needed to guide others on the transformative journey of facial rejuvenation. Here's what you can expect to be included in this empowering course:Foundational Modules:Introduction to Buccal Massage: Understanding its significance and benefitsTools and Supplies: Essential equipment needed for effective treatmentsPreparing the Treatment Environment: Creating a safe and comfortable spaceUnderstanding Client Expectations: Initial consultations and assessmentsSafety Precautions and Considerations: Ensuring a safe and effective treatment experienceIn-Depth Understanding of Facial Anatomy:Overview of Oral Anatomy: Muscles, tissues, and structuresFunction of Buccal Muscles and the Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ)Practical Techniques and Approaches:Fundamentals of Buccal Massage: Principles and techniquesTargeting Specific Areas: Cheekbones, jaw muscles, nasolabial foldsFull Treatment Sequence: Step-by-step guide to a rejuvenating session Overview Section 1: Introduction to Buccal Massage Lecture 1 Understanding Buccal Massage: What It Is and Its Benefits Lecture 2 Tools and Supplies Needed Lecture 3 Preparing the Treatment Environment: Creating a Comfortable and Safe Space Lecture 4 Understanding Client Expectations: Initial Consultation and Assessment Lecture 5 Safety Precautions and Considerations Section 2: Chapter 2: Anatomy and Sequencing Lecture 6 Overview of Oral Anatomy: Muscles, Tissues, and Structures Lecture 7 Practical Demonstration : Warm-up Lecture 8 Practical Demonstration : Fundamentals of Buccal Massage Techniques Lecture 9 Face Yoga for Buccal Massage Lecture 10 Deepen your practice : Lymphatic drainage Lecture 11 Additional Information Section 3: Final Assessment and Certification Anyone interested in wellness and natural beauty practices,Massage therapists and bodywork practitioners looking to expand their skill set into facial rejuvenation.,Individuals passionate about natural beauty and holistic well-being,Health and wellness practitioners looking to enhance their services with facial rejuvenation techniques,Anyone interested in learning about buccal massage and its transformative benefits for facial care,Estheticians and skincare professionals interested in offering holistic facial treatments Homepage Recommend Download Link Hight Speed | Please Say Thanks Keep Topic Live [hide] No Password - Links are Interchangeable
  9. Free Download [OFFER] The Complete Python Developer Certification Course Last updated 12/2023 Created by Job Ready Programmer MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz, 2 Ch Genre: eLearning | Language: English + srt | Duration: 63 Lectures ( 11h 50m ) | Size: 2 GB Master Python and pass the PCEP-30-01 and the PCAP-31-02 Exams and become an industry ready python developer! What you'll learn: MASTER the Content Required to Pass the PCEP-30-01 and the PCAP-31-02 Exams Code Along With Me to PRACTICE and IMPLEMENT Everything You Learn An In-depth Understanding of Object Oriented Programming SOLVE 25+ Assignments with In-depth Solution Videos Gain the Knowledge Required to Solve Any Python Problem Learn the Python Coding Fundamentals Go Over the Best Practices Used in the Industry Apply for Python Developer Jobs with Confidence Requirements: Access to a computer with an internet connection and a passion to become a Python developer Description: LAST UPDATED: November 2023 (Added 2 New Python HW Projects)Getting certified as a Python developer is one of the best moves you can make to enter the job market as a developer! Python is ranked as the 2nd most in-demand programming language in the world. It can be applied in web applications, data science, machine learning, self-driving cars, automation, and much more! Python is THE language to know if you're looking to get into programming, or even revamp your current career. The starting salary for a Python developer is around $75,000. This can quickly double to over $150,000 after 5-6 years of experience.There are tons of Python courses out there. However, most of them expect you to learn through just watching and that is not an effective way to learn! I want my students to get their hands dirty and code along with me, and work on the 20+ assignments that I have spread out through the course. I hold your hand throughout the process and walk you through everything. My "no student left behind" model has worked for thousands of my students across all 15 of the courses that I have published.This course has no prerequisites, and it is perfect for anyone that is looking to land a job as an entry level Python developer. I've structured it to be simple and straightforward- I waste no time, and dive right into the code with various assignments along the way. We start off with the fundamental topics such as variables, datatypes, strings, lists, dictionaries and so on. We then expand on these fundamentals to learn more comprehensive topics such as functions, if and else statements, for and while loops and thoroughly master Object Oriented Programming. We finish off the course by covering classes, inheritance, python script files, file IO and more. At the end of each section, there are assignment lectures which give you the chance to practice everything that we have covered. In the assignment video, I give in-depth solutions and explain WHY we solve things a certain way. I don't want you to just sit back and watch a bunch of videos, I want you to get your hands dirty and practice writing code. Enroll today to master Python. As always, I offer a 30 day money back guarantee if you're not satisfied, but you won't need it. Who this course is for: Anyone that wants to ace the PCEP-30-01 and the PCAP-31-02 Exams Anyone that wants to get tons of practice in writing Python code Anyone that wants to be a highly paid Python Developer Anyone that wants to learn how to program in Python Homepage Recommend Download Link Hight Speed | Please Say Thanks Keep Topic Live [hide] No Password - Links are Interchangeable
  10. Free Download [OFFER] Emdr Therapy Certification - Complete Masterclass Published 3/2024 MP4 | Video: h264, 1920x1080 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz Language: English | Size: 1.42 GB | Duration: 1h 33m Be an EMDR Therapist for PTSD, Anxiety Disorders , Pain Management, Addiction Recovery and Relationship Issues What you'll learn Mastering EMDR Basics Master the 8 Phases of EMDR Therapy Protocols Step by Step Guided 8 Phases of "EMDR" Therapy Session for "PTSD" Step by Step Guided 8 Phases of "EMDR" Therapy Session - "Anxiety Disorder" Step by Step Guided 8 Phases of "EMDR" Therapy Session - "Pain Management" Step by Step Guided 8 Phases of "EMDR" Therapy Session - "Addiction Recovery" Step by Step Guided 8 Phases of "EMDR" Therapy Session - "Relationship Issues" Develop Advanced Clinical Skills Within the Context of EMDR Therapy Requirements Commitment to Learn and Apply EMDR Therapy Description Welcome to " EMDR Therapy Training " Certification Course. 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Overview Section 1: Introduction to Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) Therapy Lecture 1 Unveiling the Mystery of Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing Therapy Lecture 2 The Powerhouse of Benefits of EMDR Therapy Lecture 3 The Science Behind EMDR Therapy Lecture 4 Explaining Bilateral Stimulation Eye Movement Lecture 5 The Value of This Course Lecture 6 Why Take Action Now Lecture 7 Getting Started: Your Guide to Course Success Section 2: Eight Phases of "Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)" Therapy Lecture 8 Phase 1: Approach and Activities in Phase 1 of EMDR Therapy Session Lecture 9 Phase 1: History Taking and Treatment Planning in EMDR Therapy Session Lecture 10 Phase 1: Establishing SMART Treatment Goals in Phase 1 of EMDR Therapy Session Lecture 11 Phase 2: Approach and Activities in Phase 2 of EMDR Therapy Session Lecture 12 Phase 2: Guidelines for Phase 2 of EMDR Therapy Session Lecture 13 Phase 2: Grounding Exercise 5-4-3-2-1 Lecture 14 Phase 2: Breathing Exercise 4-7-8 Lecture 15 Phase 2: Relaxing Exercise Lecture 16 Phase 2: Questions to Ask During Phase 2 of EMDR Therapy Session Lecture 17 Phase 3: Approach and Activities in Phase 3 of EMDR Therapy Session Lecture 18 Phase 3: Guidelines for Phase 3 of EMDR Therapy Session Lecture 19 Phase 3: Questions to Ask During Phase 3 of EMDR Therapy Session Lecture 20 Phase 4: Approach and Activities in Phase 4 of EMDR Therapy Session Lecture 21 Guidelines for Phase 4 of EMDR Therapy Session Lecture 22 How to Perform Bilateral Stimulation Eye Movement Lecture 23 Step-by-Step Guidance for Bilateral Stimulation of EMDR Therapy Session Lecture 24 Questions to Ask During Phase 4 of EMDR Therapy Session Lecture 25 Phase 5: Approach and Activities in Phase 5 of EMDR Therapy Session Lecture 26 Phase 5: Guidelines for Phase 5 of EMDR Therapy Session Lecture 27 Phase 5: Questions to Ask During Phase 5 of EMDR Therapy Session Lecture 28 Phase 6: Approach and Activities in Phase 6 of EMDR Therapy Session Lecture 29 Phase 6: Guidelines for Phase 6 of EMDR Therapy Session Lecture 30 Phase 6: Questions to Ask During Phase 6 of EMDR Therapy Session Lecture 31 Phase 7: Approach and Activities in Phase 7 of EMDR Therapy Session Lecture 32 Phase 7: Guidelines for Phase 7 of EMDR Therapy Session Lecture 33 Phase 7: Questions to Ask During Phase 7 of EMDR Therapy Session Lecture 34 Phase 8: Approach and Activities in Phase 8 of EMDR Therapy Session Lecture 35 Guidelines for Phase 8 of EMDR Therapy Session Lecture 36 Questions to Ask During Phase 8 of EMDR Therapy Session Section 3: Step by Step Guided Eight Phases of "EMDR" Therapy Session for "PTSD" Lecture 37 Step by Step Guided Phase 1 of "EMDR" Therapy Session for "PTSD" Lecture 38 Step by Step Guided Phase 2 of "EMDR" Therapy Session for "PTSD" Lecture 39 Step by Step Guided Phase 3 of "EMDR" Therapy Session for "PTSD" Lecture 40 Step by Step Guided Phase 4 of "EMDR" Therapy Session for "PTSD" Lecture 41 Step by Step Guided Phase 5 of "EMDR" Therapy Session for "PTSD" Lecture 42 Step by Step Guided Phase 6 of "EMDR" Therapy Session for "PTSD" Lecture 43 Step by Step Guided Phase 7 of "EMDR" Therapy Session for "PTSD" Lecture 44 Step by Step Guided Phase 8 of "EMDR" Therapy Session for "PTSD" Section 4: Step by Step Guided Eight Phases of "EMDR" Therapy Session - "Anxiety Disorder" Lecture 45 Step by Step Guided Phase 1 of "EMDR" Therapy Session - "Anxiety Disorder" Lecture 46 Step by Step Guided Phase 2 of "EMDR" Therapy Session - "Anxiety Disorder" Lecture 47 Step by Step Guided Phase 3 of "EMDR" Therapy Session - "Anxiety Disorder" Lecture 48 Step by Step Guided Phase 4 of "EMDR" Therapy Session - "Anxiety Disorder" Lecture 49 Step by Step Guided Phase 5 of "EMDR" Therapy Session - "Anxiety Disorder" Lecture 50 Step by Step Guided Phase 6 of "EMDR" Therapy Session - "Anxiety Disorder" Lecture 51 Step by Step Guided Phase 7 of "EMDR" Therapy Session - "Anxiety Disorder" Lecture 52 Step by Step Guided Phase 8 of "EMDR" Therapy Session - "Anxiety Disorder" Section 5: Step by Step Guided Eight Phases of "EMDR" Therapy Session - "Pain Management" Lecture 53 Step by Step Guided Phase 1 of "EMDR" Therapy Session - "Pain Management" Lecture 54 Step by Step Guided Phase 2 of "EMDR" Therapy Session - "Pain Management" Lecture 55 Step by Step Guided Phase 3 of "EMDR" Therapy Session - 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  11. Free Download [OFFER] The Complete Oracle SQL Certification Course Last updated 12/2023 Created by Job Ready Programmer MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz, 2 Ch Genre: eLearning | Language: English + srt | Duration: 72 Lectures ( 16h 38m ) | Size: 4.38 GB Don't Just Learn the SQL Language, Become Job-Ready and Launch Your Career as a Certified Oracle SQL Developer! What you'll learn: Become Job Ready to Start Contributing as a Database Developer Day 1 Program in the SQL Language to Solve a Variety of Database Problems Code along with me to PRACTICE and IMPLEMENT everything you learn Become a SQL Ninja and Understand How the Oracle Database Works MASTER the Content Required to Pass the Oracle 1Z0-071 Database SQL Exam Obtain the Skills that are Necessary to Land a Job as a SQL Developer Have the Ability to Solve any SQL Problem Requirements: Absolutely no programming experience is required to master the content in this course Description: LAST UPDATED: June 2023 (Added a Comprehensive Assignment on Analyzing Sales data)(Source Code Included for ALL Lectures)Get ready to acquire some seriously marketable programming skills! You can't consider yourself a complete end to end developer until you can code in SQL. Today, data has become the hottest topic in technology and a company's biggest asset is their data. All databases require the language SQL to store and retrieve data. Salaries for junior level SQL Developers are upwards of $70,000 - $90,000 dollars a year! The great thing is, for this course, you do not need any prior experience in programming what so ever. SQL is a different animal and we're going to demystify the language from scratch and prepare you with plenty of progressively challenging assignments so that by the time you've completed the course (in 2 months), you can call your self an Oracle SQL Master! Oracle is the most popular relational database in the world! This course will prepare you to be job-ready in just 1 month of study and practice.All exercises and solutions are in the lectures. In several lectures I ask students to pause the video and complete the assignment before resuming to watch my solution. MAKE SURE YOU WORK OUT THE PROBLEMS ON YOUR OWN BEFORE MOVING ON TO MY SOLUTION!!With over 62,000 enrolled students and a 4.5 star-rating, this is a Udemy best-selling course.Do you have no prior experience in SQL development? This course is perfect for you. Don't take it from me, take it from actual students that took this course:"I am a beginner and the way this course starts is perfect for the person who has no introduction of SQL or Oracle."Do you have prior experience, but need a refresher or to fine-tune your skills? This is the course for you. Again, I'll let my students do the talking:"I had a good base of knowledge from my last employment. This course is constantly proving useful to supercharge my actual knowledge base. Very good one!"Have you taken a SQL course before, but felt confused on certain topics or not completely satisfied in your abilities? A lot of my students had shared similar concerns:"I had previously taken a college course about databases and SQL, but these ten hours of content were more clear and useful than the course and textbook."Topics covered in this course :Basics of TablesSELECT and WHERE ClauseWHERE, AND & OR with OperatorsBETWEEN, IN and NULLSingle Table QueriesSingle Row FunctionsGrouping FunctionsGROUP BY and HAVING ClauseJoinsInner and Outer JoinsEXISTS & NOT EXIST OperatorsCreating Your Own TablesUsing ALTERCreating Tables with SELECT & UPDATE DataDELETE, TRUNCATE, and DROP CommandsSystem Tables, Pseudo Columns & Deleting Duplicates (Newly Added)Views and Other Objects and Commands (Newly Added) Who this course is for: Anyone willing to get into the software development career Anyone willing to Master SQL and get a job as a well paid Oracle SQL Developer Anyone willing to work hard in mastering the SQL language Anyone who is interested in passing the Oracle 1Z0-071 exam! Homepage Recommend Download Link Hight Speed | Please Say Thanks Keep Topic Live [hide] No Password - Links are Interchangeable
  12. Free Download Red Hat Training And Certification - Rhel 9 (Rh124) Published 12/2023 MP4 | Video: h264, 1920x1080 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz Language: English | Size: 2.22 GB | Duration: 7h 51m It is designed for IT professionals to help them develop the foundational skills required for the RHCSA certification. What you'll learn You should be able to follow a step-by-step installation guide for RHEL 9. You should be able to understand the GNOME desktop environment. Learn how to access the Command Line. Gain the skills to execute Commands with the Bash Shell. Manage Files from the Command Line. You will learn how to create, view, and edit text files. With practice lab sessions, you will be able to work on shell variables. Develop skills in managing local users and groups. You will gain practical experience in controlling access to files through permissions in Linux. Monitoring and Managing Linux Processes. Learn about Control Services and Daemons. Learn how to configure and secure ssh You will be able to understand the concept of the systemd-journald and rsyslog services. Develop skills in archiving and transferring files. Managing Remote Server Requirements There is no formal prerequisites for this course module. However, if you have previous knowledge of any operating system, that will be beneficial. Description Disclaimer: This module is not authorized by Red Hat.Red Hat System Administration I (RH124) is designed for IT professionals without previous Linux system administration experience. The course provides students with Linux administration competence by focusing on core administration tasks. This course also provides a foundation for students who plan to become full-time Linux system administrators by introducing key command-line concepts and enterprise-level tools.Course Content:IntroductionWhat's New in RHEL 9Step-by-step Installation Guide for RHEL 9Step-by-step Overview of RHEL 9 InstallationHow to Create a New Red Hat Login ID?Download RHEL 9.2 ISO Image FileCreate a RHEL9 template using Oracle VirtualBoxInstallation of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 9Install dependencies for VirtualBox Guest AdditionsInstall VirtualBox Guest Additions on RHEL for Enhanced FunctionalityTroubleshootingAccess the Command LineIntroduction to the Bash ShellLog in to a Local SystemLog in to a Remote SystemLog out from a Remote SystemAccess the Command Line with the DesktopIntroduction to the GNOME Desktop EnvironmentParts of the GNOME ShellUnderstand WorkspacesStart a TerminalLock the Screen and Log OutPower off or Reboot the SystemExecute Commands with the Bash ShellBasic Command SyntaxWrite Simple CommandsTab CompletionWrite Long Command on Multiple LinesManage Files from the Command LineLinux File System Hierarchy ConceptsPractice Lab - Absolute & Relative PathsCommand-line File ManagementManage Links Between FilesPractice Lab - Hard LinkPractice Lab - Soft LinkMatch File Name with Shell ExpansionsPractice Lab - Tilde Expansion (~)Practice Lab - Variable Expansion Practice Lab - Command SubstitutionCreate, View, and Edit Text FilesStandard Input, Output and ErrorOutput Redirection OperatorsPractice Lab - STDIN, STDOUT & STDERRPractice Lab - Construct PipelinesPractice Lab - tee commandEdit Files with VimPractice Lab - Vim EditorPractice Lab - Visual ModeChange the Shell EnvironmentShell VariablesPractice Lab - Environment VariablesPractice Lab - Assign Values to VariablesPractice Lab - Configure Bash with Shell VariablesPractice Lab - Configure Bash with Shell VariablesGet Help in LinuxRead Manual PagesPractice Lab - Get HelpManage Local Users and GroupsOverview of User AccountGroup AccountPrimary and Secondary GroupPractice Lab Session - Manage Local User AccountsPractice Lab Session - Manage Group AccountsShadow fileSuperuser - root userSwitch user - suRun command with sudoConfigure sudoControl Access to Files - Permissions in LinuxOverview of Linux File-system PermissionsSymbolic & Numerical Notations in LinuxUnderstand Linux File-system Permissions with diagramPractice Lab Session: Linux File-system PermissionsPractice Lab Session: Change OwnershipChange Permissions with Symbolic MethodChange Permissions with Octal MethodSpecial Permission - SetUIDCommand to apply SetUIDSpecial Permissions - SetGIDSpecial Permissions - Sticky BitMonitor and Manage Linux ProcessesDefinition of a ProcessDescribe Process StatePractice Lab - top commandPractice Lab - Listing ProcessesControl Jobs - Foreground & Background ProcessesPractice Lab - Foreground & Background ProcessesProcess Control with SignalsPractice Lab - SIGTSTP, SIGSTOP, SIGCONT, SIGTERM, SIGKILLPractice Lab - SIGINT, SIGHUBControl Services and DaemonsIntroduction to SystemdPractice Lab - Systemd ServicePractice Lab - Restart, Reload, Mask ServicePractice Lab - Systemd TargetsPractice Lab - List Service UnitConfigure and Secure SSHAbout OpensshSSH Hot KeysSSH Key Based AuthenticationPractice LabCustomize OpenSSHPractice Lab - Prohibit Root UserPractice Lab - Prohibit Password-based AuthenticationPractice Lab - Private key-based LoginsAnalyzing & Storing LogsSystem LoggingLog Events to the SystemPractice Lab - Rsyslog ServicePractice Lab - Collecting Information JournalctlPractice Lab - Journalctl CommandLog file rotationArchiving and Transfer FilesOverview of tar archive utilityPractice Lab - Create an ArchivePractice Lab - Extract and List Archive ContentsPractice Lab - Gzip CompressionPractice Lab - bzip2 compressionPractice Lab - xz compressionPractice Lab - List Content of Compressed ArchiveManaging Remote ServerMonitoring system using web consoleNavigating web console - 1Navigating web console - 2Last Lecture Overview Section 1: Introduction Lecture 1 Introduction Lecture 2 What's New in RHEL 9 Section 2: Step-by-step Installation of RHEL 9 Using Oracle VirtualBox Lecture 3 Step-by-step Overview of RHEL 9 Installation Lecture 4 How to Create a New Red Hat Login ID Lecture 5 Download RHEL 9.2 ISO Image File Lecture 6 Create RHEL9 template in Oracle VirtualBox Lecture 7 Installation of RHEL 9 Lecture 8 Install dependencies for VirtualBox Guest Additions - 1 Lecture 9 Install dependencies for VirtualBox Guest Additions - 2 Lecture 10 Install VirtualBox Guest Additions on RHEL for Enhanced Functionality Lecture 11 Troubleshooting Section 3: Access the Command Line Lecture 13 Introduction to the Bash Shell Lecture 14 Log in to a Local System Lecture 15 Log in to the system remotely Section 4: Access the Command Line with the Desktop Lecture 16 GNOME Desktop Environment Lecture 17 Understand Workspaces Lecture 18 Start a terminal, lock, Log out, reboot and power off the system Lecture 19 Execute Commands with the Bash Shell Lecture 20 Write Simple Commands Lecture 21 Head, tail, wc commands Lecture 22 Tab completion Lecture 23 Write Long Command on Multiple Lines Section 5: Manage Files from the Command Line Lecture 24 Linux File System Hierarchy Concepts Lecture 25 Absolute and Relative Paths Lecture 26 Practice Lab - Absolute & Relative Paths Section 6: Command-line File Management Lecture 27 Practice Lab - 1 Lecture 28 Practice Lab - 2 Lecture 29 Practice Lab - 3 Lecture 30 Practice Lab - 4 Lecture 31 Practice Lab - 5 Lecture 32 Manage Links Between Files Lecture 33 Practice Lab - Hard Link Lecture 34 Practice Lab - Soft Link Lecture 35 Match File Name with Shell Expansions Lecture 36 Practice Lab - Tilde Expansion (~) Lecture 37 Practice Lab - Variable Expansion Lecture 38 Practice Lab - Command Subsitution Section 7: Create, View, and Edit Text Files Lecture 39 Standard Input, Output and Error Lecture 40 Output Redirection Operators Lecture 41 Practice Lab - STDIN, STDOUT & STDERR Lecture 42 Practice Lab - Construct Pipelines Lecture 43 Practice Lab - tee command Lecture 44 Edit Files with Vim Lecture 45 Practice Lab - Vim Editor Lecture 46 Practice Lab - Visual Mode Section 8: Change the Shell Environment Lecture 47 Shell Variables Lecture 48 Practice Lab - Environment Variables Lecture 49 Practice Lab - Assign Values to Variables Lecture 50 Practice Lab - Configure Bash with Shell Variables Section 9: Get Help in Linux Lecture 51 Read Manual Pages Lecture 52 Practice Lab - Get Help Section 10: Manage Local Users and Groups Lecture 53 Overview of User Account Lecture 54 About Group Account Lecture 55 Primary and Secondary Group Lecture 56 Practice Lab Session - Manage Local User Accounts Lecture 57 Practice Lab Session - Manage Group Accounts Lecture 58 Shadow file Lecture 59 Superuser - root user Lecture 60 Switch user - su Lecture 61 Run command with sudo Lecture 62 Configure sudo Section 11: Control Access to Files - Permissions in Linux Lecture 63 Overview of Linux File-system Permissions Lecture 64 Symbolic & Numerical Notations in Linux Lecture 65 Understand Linux File-system Permissions with diagram Lecture 66 Practice Lab Session: Linux File-system Permissions Lecture 67 Practice Lab Session: Change Ownership Lecture 68 Change Permissions with Symbolic Method Lecture 69 Change Permissions with Octal Method Lecture 70 Special Permission - SetUID Lecture 71 Command to apply SetUID Lecture 72 Special Permissions - SetGID Lecture 73 Special Permissions - Sticky Bit Section 12: Monitor and Manage Linux Processes Lecture 74 Definition of a Process Lecture 75 Describe Process State Lecture 76 Practice Lab - top command Lecture 77 Practice Lab - Listing Processes Lecture 78 Control Jobs - Foreground & Background Processes Lecture 79 Practice Lab - Foreground & Background Processes Lecture 80 Process Control with Signals Lecture 81 Practice Lab - SIGTSTP, SIGSTOP, SIGCONT, SIGTERM, SIGKILL Lecture 82 Practice Lab - SIGINT, SIGHUB Section 13: Control Services and Daemons Lecture 83 Introduction to Systemd Lecture 84 Practice Lab - Systemd Service Lecture 85 Practice Lab - Restart, Reload, Mask Service Lecture 86 Practice Lab - Systemd Targets Lecture 87 Practice Lab - List Service Unit Section 14: Configure and Secure SSH Lecture 88 About Openssh Lecture 89 SSH Hot Keys Lecture 90 SSH Key Based Authentication Lecture 91 Practice Lab Lecture 92 Customize OpenSSH Lecture 93 Practice Lab - Prohibit Root User Lecture 94 Practice Lab - Prohibit Password-based Authentication Lecture 95 Practice Lab - Private key-based Logins Section 15: Analyzing & Storing Logs Lecture 96 System Logging Lecture 97 Log Events to the System Lecture 98 Practice Lab - Rsyslog Service Lecture 99 Practice Lab - Collecting Information Journalctl Lecture 100 Practice Lab - Journalctl Command Lecture 101 Log file rotation Section 16: Archiving and Transfer Files Lecture 102 Overview of tar archive utility Lecture 103 Practice Lab - Create an Archive Lecture 104 Practice Lab - Extract and List Archive Contents Lecture 105 Practice Lab - Gzip Compression Lecture 106 Practice Lab - bzip2 compression Lecture 107 Practice Lab - xz compression Lecture 108 Practice Lab - List Content of Compressed Archive Section 17: Managing Remote Server Lecture 109 Monitoring system using web console Lecture 110 Navigating web console - 1 Lecture 111 Navigating web console - 2 Lecture 112 Last Lecture IT professionals, BTech graduates, and any other graduates are eligible to join this course module.,Anyone who is preparing for the RHCSA Certification or wants to start a career as a Linux system administrator can participate in this course module. 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  13. Free Download [OFFER] Cfa Level 2 Certification - Complete Exam Prep Course Bundle Published 3/2024 MP4 | Video: h264, 1920x1080 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz Language: English | Size: 24.36 GB | Duration: 77h 58m Pass CFA Level 2 exam at one go. Learn everything from scratch in simple way. What you'll learn Ethical & Professional Standards: Understanding the CFA Institute's Code of Ethics and Standards of Professional Conduct. Quantitative Methods: Regression analysis, exchange rates, interest rates, and economic indicators. Economics: Foreign exchange markets, monetary and fiscal policy, and economic growth theories. Financial Reporting and Analysis: Interpretation of financial statements, quality of financial reports, and impact of foreign currency transactions. Corporate Finance: Capital budgeting principles, dividend policy, mergers and acquisitions, and corporate governance. Derivative Investment: Pricing models for forwards, futures, options, and swaps, as well as credit default swaps and securitization. Fixed Income: Understanding interest rates, yield curves, bond valuation, credit risk models, and asset-backed securities. Alternative Investments and Real Estate: Due diligence, valuation, risk assessment, and investment analysis in alternative assets and real estate markets. Requirements While there are no strict prerequisites for enrolling in the course, students will benefit from having a foundational understanding of finance, economics, and accounting concepts. Additionally, familiarity with basic mathematical and statistical principles will be advantageous for comprehending quantitative methods and financial analysis topics covered in the course. The course covers advanced topics in finance, candidates are expected to have completed the CFA Level 1 exam or possess equivalent knowledge to fully grasp the material presented in CFA Level 2. Description The course provided covers a comprehensive range of topics essential for candidates preparing for the CFA Level 2 exam. Here's a breakdown of the course content:Section 1: CFA Level 2 - Latest UpdatesThis section provides an updated overview of the CFA Level 2 curriculum, covering essential topics in finance and investment analysis. It includes case studies and discussions on ethics, alternative investments, and real estate.Section 2: Ethical & Professional StandardsEthical and professional standards are foundational in the finance industry. This section delves into the principles outlined by the CFA Institute, addressing topics such as integrity, objectivity, confidentiality, and conflicts of interest.Section 3: Quantitative MethodsQuantitative methods are crucial for financial analysis. This section covers statistical techniques, regression analysis, time series analysis, and forecasting methods essential for making informed investment decisions.Section 4: EconomicsEconomics plays a vital role in understanding market dynamics and making investment decisions. This section explores concepts such as exchange rates, interest rates, inflation, monetary policy, and global economic growth.Section 5: Financial Reporting and AnalysisFinancial reporting and analysis are fundamental skills for finance professionals. This section covers topics like financial statement analysis, inventory valuation methods, lease accounting, and post-retirement benefits.Section 6: Corporate FinanceCorporate finance focuses on financial management within corporations. This section covers capital budgeting, capital structure, dividend policy, mergers and acquisitions, and corporate governance.Section 7: Derivative InvestmentDerivatives are financial instruments whose value depends on underlying assets. This section explores forward contracts, futures, options, swaps, and their applications in risk management and speculation.Section 8: Fixed IncomeFixed income securities are essential components of investment portfolios. This section covers bond valuation, yield curves, interest rate risk, credit risk, and structured products like asset-backed securities and mortgage-backed securities.This course covers a wide array of topics, providing candidates with a thorough understanding of the concepts and principles necessary to succeed in the CFA Level 2 exam and beyond in their finance careers.CFA Level 2 builds upon the foundation established in Level 1 and delves deeper into investment analysis and portfolio management. Here's some general information about CFA Level 2:Exam Format: The Level 2 exam consists of item set questions rather than multiple-choice questions. Each item set includes a vignette (case study) followed by six multiple-choice questions based on the information provided.Topics Covered: The Level 2 curriculum covers a wide range of topics, including ethical and professional standards, quantitative methods, economics, financial reporting and analysis, corporate finance, equity investments, fixed income, derivatives, alternative investments, and portfolio management.Emphasis on Analysis: Unlike Level 1, which focuses more on knowledge and comprehension, Level 2 emphasizes the application and analysis of the concepts learned in real-world scenarios.Ethical Standards: Ethical and professional standards remain a significant component of the Level 2 curriculum, with a focus on applying these standards in various investment scenarios.Study Time: Candidates typically require more study time for Level 2 compared to Level 1 due to the increased complexity of the material and the item set format of the exam.Pass Rates: Historically, the pass rates for CFA Level 2 have been lower than Level 1, reflecting the increased difficulty and depth of the material.Preparation Materials: Candidates often use a variety of study materials, including CFA Institute's official curriculum books, third-party study guides, practice questions, and mock exams to prepare for the Level 2 exam.Career Implications: Passing CFA Level 2 demonstrates a deeper understanding of investment analysis and can enhance career prospects in fields such as investment management, financial analysis, and portfolio management.Overall, CFA Level 2 is a challenging but rewarding step for individuals seeking to advance their careers in the finance industry and become Chartered Financial Analysts. Overview Section 1: CFA Level 2 - Latest Updates Lecture 1 Introduction to Ethics Lecture 2 Syyark Case Study Lecture 3 Syark Case Study Continued Lecture 4 Agarway Case Study Lecture 5 Agarway Case Study Continued Lecture 6 Introduction to Alternative Investments Lecture 7 Real Estate Overview Lecture 8 Real Estate Characteristics Lecture 9 Real Estate Risk Lecture 10 Real Estate Investment Lecture 11 Due Diligence Lecture 12 Real Estate Indices Lecture 13 Real Estate Valuation Part 1 Lecture 14 Real Estate Valuation Part 2 Lecture 15 Real Estate Valuation Part 3 Lecture 16 Publicly Traded Investments Lecture 17 Publicly Traded Investments Continued Lecture 18 Introduction Quantitative Methods Lecture 19 Regression Basics Lecture 20 Coefficient Of Determination Lecture 21 Nested Models Lecture 22 Misspecification Error Lecture 23 Heteroskedasticity Lecture 24 Autocorrelation Lecture 25 Multicollinearity Lecture 26 Outliers And High Leverage Point Lecture 27 Logistic Regression Lecture 28 Introduction to Economics Lecture 29 Exchange Rates Basics Lecture 30 Exchange Rates Basics Continued Lecture 31 Triangular Arbitrage Lecture 32 Forward Rates Lecture 33 Interest Rate Parity Lecture 34 Purchasing Power Parity Lecture 35 Exchange Rate Determinants Lecture 36 Exchange Rate Determinants Continued Lecture 37 Currency Crisis Warning Signs Lecture 38 Introduction to Corporate Issuers Lecture 39 Background to ESG Lecture 40 Conflicts within Ownership Structure Lecture 41 Influential Shareholders and Governance Lecture 42 Influential Shareholders and Governance Continued Lecture 43 Board Policies and Practices Lecture 44 Relevant ESG Factors Lecture 45 Relevant ESG Factors Continued Lecture 46 Factor Affecting Cost of Capital Lecture 47 Factor Affecting Cost of Capital Continued Lecture 48 Cost of Debt Part 1 Lecture 49 Cost of Debt Part 2 Lecture 50 Cost of Equity Part 1 Lecture 51 Cost of Equity Part 2 Lecture 52 Cost of Equity Part 3 Lecture 53 Cost of Equity Part 4 Lecture 54 Cost of Equity Part 5 Lecture 55 Synergies Lecture 56 Type of Transactions Lecture 57 Categories of Transactions Lecture 58 Analyzing Corporate Actions Lecture 59 Valuation Process Lecture 60 Evaluation Process Lecture 61 Evaluation Process Continued Lecture 62 Introduction to Financial Statement Analysis Lecture 63 Financial Statements Lecture 64 Forecasting Financial Statements Lecture 65 COGS Part 1 Lecture 66 COGS Part 2 Lecture 67 SG and A Lecture 68 Financing Tax and Other Items Lecture 69 Behavioral Factors Lecture 70 Competitive Analysis Lecture 71 Inflation Hedging Lecture 72 Inflection Point Lecture 73 Fx Exposure Lecture 74 Currency Translation Lecture 75 Tempolar Method Lecture 76 Current Rate Method Lecture 77 Comparison of Methods Lecture 78 Hyperinflation Section 2: Ethical & Professional Standards Lecture 79 Introduction to Ethics and Professional Standards Lecture 80 Code of Ethics Lecture 81 Standards of Professional Conduct Lecture 82 knowledge of the Law Lecture 83 Independence and Objectivity Lecture 84 Independence and Objectivity Continues Lecture 85 Misrepresentation Lecture 86 Misconduct Lecture 87 Integrity of Capital Markets Lecture 88 Material Non Public Information Lecture 89 Market Manipulation Lecture 90 Loyalty Prudence and Care Lecture 91 Loyalty Prudence and Care Continues Lecture 92 Fair Dealing Lecture 93 Suitability Lecture 94 More on Suitability Lecture 95 Performance Presentation Lecture 96 Preservation of Confidentiality Lecture 97 Duties to Employers Lecture 98 Loyalty Lecture 99 Additional Compensation Arrangements Lecture 100 Responsibility of Supervisors Lecture 101 Investment Analysis Recommendation and Action Lecture 102 Diligence and Reasonable Basis Lecture 103 Communication with Clients Lecture 104 Record Retention Lecture 105 Conflict of Interest Lecture 106 Disclosure of Conflicts Lecture 107 Referral Fees Lecture 108 Responsibilities As a CFA Institute Member Lecture 109 Conduct as Member and Candidates in CFA Program Lecture 110 Soft Dollars Standards Lecture 111 Mixed Use Research Lecture 112 General Lecture 113 Relationships with Clients Lecture 114 Selection of Brokers Lecture 115 Client Directed Brokerage Lecture 116 Disclosure Lecture 117 Permissible Research Guidance Lecture 118 Research Objectivity Lecture 119 Required Compliance Policy Lecture 120 Required Compliance Policy Continues Lecture 121 Case Studies Lecture 122 Changing Investment Objectives Lecture 123 Changing Investment Objectives Continues Lecture 124 Trade Allocation Fair Dealing and Disclosure Section 3: Quantitative Methods Lecture 125 Introduction to Quantitative Methods Lecture 126 Correlation Lecture 127 Covariance of Returns Lecture 128 Limitations of Correlation Lecture 129 Hypothesis Testing Lecture 130 Limitations of Regression Lecture 131 Linear Regression of Return Lecture 132 Confidence Intervals Lecture 133 Anova Lecture 134 Calculating R Square Lecture 135 Formulating Regressions Lecture 136 Interpreting P Values Lecture 137 Assumptions of Multiple Regression Lecture 138 F Statistic Lecture 139 Interpreting R square Lecture 140 Dummy Variables Lecture 141 Violations of Regression Assumptions Lecture 142 Heteroskedasticity Lecture 143 Heteroskedasticity Diagram Lecture 144 Serial Correlation Lecture 145 Serial Correlation Continues Lecture 146 Multicollinearity Lecture 147 Model Misspecification Lecture 148 Qualitative Dependent Variables Lecture 149 Trend Models Lecture 150 Autoregressive Models Lecture 151 Forecasting with AR Models Lecture 152 Mean Reversion Lecture 153 Regression Coefficient Instability Lecture 154 First Difference and Explosive Root Lecture 155 Seasonality Factor Lecture 156 Seasonality Factor Continues Lecture 157 Auto Regressive Conditional Heterosexuality Lecture 158 ARCH Models Lecture 159 Multiple Time Series Section 4: Economics Lecture 160 Introduction to Economics CFA Level 2 Lecture 161 Foreign Exchange Market Concepts Lecture 162 Arbitrage Constraints on Spot Exchanges Lecture 163 Working on Example 2 Lecture 164 Working on Example 3 Lecture 165 Forward Markets Lecture 166 Forward Markets Continues Lecture 167 Mark to Market Value Lecture 168 Long Term Framework of Interest Rates Lecture 169 Long Term Framework of Interest Rates Continues Lecture 170 Example 4 in Curriculum Lecture 171 Purchasing Power Parity Lecture 172 Fisher Effect and Real Interest Rate Parity Lecture 173 Fisher Effect and Real Interest Rate Parity Continues Lecture 174 Bringing All Parity Conditions Together Lecture 175 Assigning Exchange Rate Equilibrium Level Lecture 176 Carry Trade Lecture 177 Impact of Balance of Payment Flows Lecture 178 Monetary and Fiscal Policy Lecture 179 Taylor Rule Lecture 180 Exchange Rate Management Lecture 181 Currency Crisis Lecture 182 Short Term Forecasting Tools Lecture 183 Currency Exchange Rates Determination Lecture 184 Summary of Forecasting Currency Lecture 185 Summary of Currency Forecasting Continues Lecture 186 Bid Offer Rates Lecture 187 Bid Offer Rates Continues Lecture 188 Calculating Forward Premium Dis Lecture 189 Forward Rates Lecture 190 Mark to Marker of Forward Positions Lecture 191 Covered and Uncovered Interest Rate Lecture 192 Covered and Uncovered Interest Rate Continues Lecture 193 Absolute Version of PPP and Real Version of PPP Lecture 194 Absolute Version of PPP and Real Version of PPP Continues Lecture 195 Working on Example 5 Lecture 196 Long Run Equilibrium Exchange Rates Lecture 197 Uncovered Interest Rate Parity Lecture 198 Working on Example 8 Lecture 199 Capital Flow Lecture 200 Currency Exchange Rates Lecture 201 Currency Exchange Rates Continues Lecture 202 Expansionary and Restrictive Policy Lecture 203 Policy and Inflation Rate Lecture 204 Currency Determination and Forecasting Lecture 205 Capital Control Measure Lecture 206 Currency Crises Lecture 207 Technical Analysis and Positioning Indicators Lecture 208 Growth In Global Economies Lecture 209 Growth In Global Economies Continue Lecture 210 Why Potential Growth Matters to Investors Lecture 211 Why Potential Growth Matters to Investors Continue Lecture 212 Determinants of Economic Growth Lecture 213 Labor Quality-Human Capital Lecture 214 Theories of Growth Lecture 215 Neoclassical Model Lecture 216 Theories of Growth Example Lecture 217 Endogenous Growth Theory Lecture 218 Convergence Debate Lecture 219 Growth In An Open Economy Lecture 220 Economic Growth and Investment Decisions Lecture 221 More on Investment Decisions Lecture 222 Impact of Demographics and Immigration Lecture 223 Impact of Physical Capital and Human Capital Lecture 224 Economics of Regulation Lecture 225 Classification of Regulation Lecture 226 Economic Rationale of Regulators Lecture 227 Regulatory Tools Lecture 228 Regulation of Commerce and Financial Markets Lecture 229 Cost Benefit Analysis Lecture 230 Summary of Economics of Regulation Lecture 231 Conclusion Section 5: Financial Reporting and Analysis Lecture 232 Introduction to Financial Reporting and Analysis Lecture 233 Inventory and Changing Price Levels Lecture 234 The LIFO Method Lecture 235 The LIFO Method Continues Lecture 236 LIFO Liquidations Lecture 237 Inventory Method Changes Lecture 238 Inventory Adjustments Lecture 239 Financial Statement Analysis Issues Lecture 240 LIFO Reserve and LIFO Liquidation Lecture 241 Example of Caterpillar Inc Lecture 242 More on Example of Caterpillar Inc Lecture 243 Capitalize vs. Expense Lecture 244 Capitalize vs. Expense Continues Lecture 245 Capitalizing Interest Cost Lecture 246 Internal Development Costs Lecture 247 Depreciation Lecture 248 Depreciation Continues Lecture 249 Impairment and Revaluation of Assets Lecture 250 Financial Disclosures Lecture 251 Leasing Lecture 252 Financial Statement of Lease Accounting Lecture 253 Ratio Impact of Lease Accounting Lecture 254 Corporate Investment Categories Lecture 255 Reclassification and Impairments Lecture 256 Example - IAS 39 Lecture 257 Financial Classification and Measurement Model Lecture 258 Investment in Associates and JV Lecture 259 Investment in Associates and JV Continues Lecture 260 Amortization of Excess Purchase Price Lecture 261 Fair Value and Impairment Lecture 262 Transaction with Associates and Examples Lecture 263 Business Combinations Lecture 264 Business Combinations Continues Lecture 265 Business Combinations - Example Lecture 266 Variable Interest and SPE Lecture 267 VIE and Example Lecture 268 Employee Compensation Lecture 269 Types of Post Retirement Benefits Lecture 270 Measuring Defined Pension Plans Obligation Lecture 271 DBPP - Periodic Pension Costs Lecture 272 PO Service Cost and Interest Cost Lecture 273 Service Cost and Interest Cost Continues Lecture 274 Disclosure of Pension and Post EB Lecture 275 Net Pension Asset and Total PPC Lecture 276 Share Based Compensation Lecture 277 Stock Options Lecture 278 Evaluating Quality of Financial Reports Lecture 279 Quality of Financial Reports Lecture 280 Potential Problems Affecting Quality Lecture 281 Working on Example and Exhibit Lecture 282 Quality Issues M and A Lecture 283 Steps Evaluate Financial Reports Lecture 284 Quantitative Tools to Access Misrepresentation Lecture 285 Indicators of Earning Quality Lecture 286 Cash Flow Quality Lecture 287 Balance Sheet Quality Lecture 288 Foreign Currency Transactions Lecture 289 Foreign Exchange Risk Lecture 290 Example of Finch Lecture 291 Impact of Changes in ER Lecture 292 Translation of Foreign Currency Lecture 293 Translation of Foreign Currency Continue Lecture 294 Current Method Lecture 295 Temporal Method Lecture 296 Illustration of Translation Method Lecture 297 Illustration of Translation Method and Exhibit Lecture 298 Translation Analytical Issues Lecture 299 Multinational Operations and Company ETR Lecture 300 Additional Disclosures on Effect on FC Lecture 301 Summary Lecture 302 Integration of Techniques Lecture 303 Long Term Equity Investment Lecture 304 Accruals and Earnings Quality Lecture 305 Decomposition and Analysis of CV Lecture 306 Off Balance Sheet Leverage from OL Lecture 307 Integration of Techniques - Introduction Lecture 308 Summary - Intercorporate Investments Lecture 309 FS Impact of Capitalizing Versus Expensing Lecture 310 Working on Income Statement Lecture 311 Impact of Capitalizing Versus Expensing for OP Lecture 312 Effect of CIC on CR and cash Flow Lecture 313 Software Development Costs Lecture 314 Working on Solution to 2 Lecture 315 Working on Example 6 Lecture 316 Implications of Impairment Charges in FSA Lecture 317 Working on Example 9 Lecture 318 Working on Example 10 Lecture 319 Working on Example 11 Lecture 320 Working on Example 11 Continues Lecture 321 Income Statements Lecture 322 Working on Example 12 Lecture 323 Exhibit 11 Lecture 324 Working on Example 13 Lecture 325 Working on Example 13 Continues Lecture 326 Working on Example 14 Lecture 327 Impact of Inflation Using LIFO to FIFO Lecture 328 Company L Using LIFO Lecture 329 Inventory Conversation from LIFO to FIFO Lecture 330 More on Inventory Conversation Lecture 331 Retained Earning Component Lecture 332 LIFO Liquidation - FS Impact and Disclosure Lecture 333 Effects of Inventory Write Down FR Section 6: Corporate Finance Lecture 334 Capital Budgeting Principles Lecture 335 Incremental Project Cash Flows with Example Lecture 336 Incremental Project Cash Flows with Example Continues Lecture 337 Replacement Project Lecture 338 Inflation Effect and Projects with Unequal Lives Lecture 339 Capital Rationing and Project Risk Analysis Lecture 340 Discounting Rate and Real Options Lecture 341 Capital Budgeting Pitfalls Lecture 342 Alternative Valuation Measures Lecture 343 Objective of Capital Budgeting Lecture 344 Modigliani Miller Propositions With taxes Lecture 345 Cost of Financial Distress Lecture 346 Asymmetric Information Lecture 347 Static Trade off Theory Lecture 348 Actual vs Optimal Structure Lecture 349 Leverage Analysis Lecture 350 Dividend Irrelevance Lecture 351 Dividend and Tax Preference Lecture 352 Clientele Effect Lecture 353 Agency Costs and Signal of Dividends Lecture 354 Effective Tax Rate and Tax Credits Lecture 355 Other Dividend Models Lecture 356 Other Dividend Models Continues Lecture 357 Share Repurchase vs Cash Dividend Lecture 358 Confects and Agency Conflicts Lecture 359 BOD and Governance Policies Lecture 360 Types of Integrationc Lecture 361 Types of Mergers Lecture 362 Merger Motivations Lecture 363 Bootstrapping Lecture 364 Common Mergers Lecture 365 Forms of Acquisition and Method of Payment Lecture 366 Pre and Post Offer Defense Mechanisms Lecture 367 Pre and Post Offer Defense Mechanisms Continues Lecture 368 Herfindahl Harshman Index Lecture 369 Valuing a Target Lecture 370 Discounted Cash Flow Approach Lecture 371 Comparable Company and Comparable Transaction Analysis Lecture 372 More on Comparable Transaction Analysis Lecture 373 Evaluating a Merger Bid Lecture 374 Effect of Price and Payment method Lecture 375 Downsizing and Reasons of Divestiture Section 7: Derivative Investment Lecture 376 Introduction to Derivative Investment Lecture 377 Value of Forward Contract Lecture 378 Example of Generic Forward Contract Lecture 379 Equity Forward Contracts Lecture 380 Equity Forward Contracts Continues Lecture 381 Fixed Income Forward Contracts Lecture 382 Example of Bond Forward Contract Lecture 383 Forward Rate Agreements Lecture 384 Forward Rate Agreements Continues Lecture 385 Currency Forward Contracts Lecture 386 Spot Price Lecture 387 Credit Risk and Conclusion Lecture 388 Generic Pricing of Futures Lecture 389 Price Difference Between Forwards and Futures Lecture 390 Pricing Futures Contracts Lecture 391 Pricing Futures Contracts Continues Lecture 392 Backwardation and Contango Lecture 393 Interest Rate Futures Lecture 394 Treasury Bond Futures Lecture 395 Pricing Stock Index Futures Lecture 396 Future Price Using Con Compounding Lecture 397 Currency Futures Lecture 398 Role of Futures Market and Conclusion Lecture 399 Principles of Option Pricing Lecture 400 Payoff Values Lecture 401 Boundary Conditions Lecture 402 Effect of Different Exercise Price Lecture 403 Synthetics Lecture 404 American Options and Lower Bounds Lecture 405 One Period Binomial Model Lecture 406 One Period Binomial Model Continues Lecture 407 Binomial Model Arbitrage Opportunity Lecture 408 Two Period Binomial Model Lecture 409 Binomial Put Option Lecture 410 Binomial Interest Rate Option Pricing Lecture 411 Put Option on Bond Lecture 412 Put Option on an Interest Rate Lecture 413 BSM Model Lecture 414 The BSM Formula Lecture 415 Delta Lecture 416 Gamma Lecture 417 Historical and Implied Volatility Lecture 418 Pricing Options on Forwards and Futures Contracts Lecture 419 Put Call Parity on Forward Lecture 420 Black Model and Interest Rate Options Lecture 421 Black Scholes Merton Model Lecture 422 Pricing and Valuation of Swaps Lecture 423 Pricing and Valuation of Swaps Continues Lecture 424 Interest Rate Swaps Lecture 425 Interest Rate Swaps Pricing Example Lecture 426 Interest Rate Swaps Valuation Lecture 427 Currency Swaps Lecture 428 Example of Currency Swaps valuation Lecture 429 Equity Swaps Lecture 430 Example of Pay Fixed and RDR Lecture 431 Pay DJTI Returns and RDR Lecture 432 Concept of Swaptions Lecture 433 Example of Swaptions Lecture 434 Swaptions Payoff Lecture 435 Credit Risk and Swaps Lecture 436 Summary and Conclusion Lecture 437 Interest Rate Derivatives Instrument Lecture 438 Interest Rate Cap Example Lecture 439 Interpret Caps and Floors Lecture 440 Creation of Interest Rate Collar Lecture 441 Credit Default Swaps Lecture 442 Types of CDS Lecture 443 Important Features of CDS Markets and Instruments Lecture 444 Example and Solution Lecture 445 Basic Pricing Concepts Lecture 446 Credit Curve Lecture 447 Valuation Changes in CDS During their Lives Lecture 448 Managing Credit Exposure Lecture 449 Valuation Difference and Basis Trade Section 8: Fixed Income Lecture 450 Introduction to Fixed Income Lecture 451 Spot Rate and Forward Rate Lecture 452 Forward Rate and Forward Price Lecture 453 Forward Rate and Forward Price Continues Lecture 454 The Forward Rate Model Lecture 455 The Forward Rate Model Continues Lecture 456 Interpretation of Forward Rates Lecture 457 Par Curve and Bootstrapping Lecture 458 Yield To Maturity Lecture 459 Yield To Maturity Continues Lecture 460 Yield Curve Movement Lecture 461 Swap Rate Curves Lecture 462 Why Market Participants Use Them Lecture 463 Swap Spread and Z Spread Lecture 464 TED Spread and Libor OIS Spread Lecture 465 Traditional Theory - Expectations Theory Lecture 466 Trational Theory - Liquidity Preference Lecture 467 Segmented Market and Preferred Habitat Lecture 468 Modern Term Structure Models Lecture 469 The Vasicek Model Lecture 470 Yield Curve Factor Models Lecture 471 Yield Curve Factor Models Continues Lecture 472 Working on Example Lecture 473 Example of 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Lecture 523 Measures of Pre Payment Rate Lecture 524 WAL Contraction Risk and Extension Risk Lecture 525 Collateralized Mortgage Obligation Lecture 526 Sequential Pay Structure with 4 Tranches Lecture 527 Floating Rate Tranches Lecture 528 Non Agency MBS Lecture 529 Collaterized Debt Obligations Continues Lecture 530 Call Protection and Ballon Risk Lecture 531 Non Mortgage Asset Backed Securities Lecture 532 Credit Card Rece. 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  14. Free Download [OFFER] Certification in Public Finance Published 3/2024 Created by Human and Emotion: CHRMI MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz, 2 Ch Genre: eLearning | Language: English | Duration: 73 Lectures ( 10h 16m ) | Size: 5.1 GB Complete guide applicable to Public Finance and it's different concepts: with downloadable resources and examples What you'll learn: You will learn the Meaning and scope of public finance. Importance and Scope of Public Finance, Subject - matter of Public Finance. Learn Principles of maximum social advantages. The Thoughtful Facts While Spending, Maximum Social Advantage. Learn Issues related to economic activities of public finance (exp.), Economic effects of public expenditure. Learn Instrument of public finance: concepts and role of budget, Some Concepts Associated with Budgets, A 'Good' Budget. Learn you will be able to learn public revenue: revenue receipts and capital receipts, Taxes, Characteristics of a Tax and so on related to this. Learn Taxation and its canons and different types of the canons of taxations. Learn The development of taxation, Just Distribution of Tax Burden. Expediency theory and Socio-political theory and its evaluation. Learn about Ability to Pay theory: objective and subjective indices, Limitations of Subjective Approach, Impact, shifting and incidence of taxation, Learn Distinction between Impact and Incidence of Taxation and Difference between Tax Avoidance and Tax Evasion. Learn about Importance of Incidence Problem Study. Diffusion theory. Classification and Choice of Taxes: Direct and indirect, Vat. Merits and demerits Learn Effects of taxation on production and growth and Effects on Ability to Work, Saving and Investment. This training will be useful if your job involves Public Debt: meaning of Public and Private Debt and its Limitations. Learn Effect of public debt: public debt and economic growth, Loans Versus Taxes and Difference between Taxes and Loans, Redemption of Public Debt. Discover how to get the knowledge of public expenditure, Public Expenditure and Economic Life. Requirements: You should have an interest in Public Finance. An interest in Importance and Scope of Public Finance, Subject - matter of Public Finance. Developed Countries and Public Finance. learn public revenue: revenue receipts and capital receipts, Taxes, Characteristics of a Tax and so on related to this. Taxation and its canons and different types of the canons of taxations. Be interested in getting the knowledge of the development of taxation, Just Distribution of Tax Burden. Expediency theory and Socio-political theory and its evaluation. Have an interest in understanding involves Public Debt: meaning of Public and Private Debt and its Limitations. Comparison between Private and Public Debt. Effect of public debt: public debt and economic growth. Description: DescriptionTake the next step in your career! Whether you're an up-and-coming professional, an experienced executive, aspiring manager, budding Professional. This course is an opportunity to sharpen your Public Finance. , increase your efficiency for professional growth and make a positive and lasting impact in the business or organization.With this course as your guide, you learn how to:All the basic functions and skills required Public Finance.Transform meaning of public finance to the importance and Scope of Public Finance, Subject - matter of Public Finance. Developed Countries and Public Finance, Under-developed Countries and Public Finance.Get access to recommended templates and formats for the detail's information related to public finance.Learn useful case studies, public revenue: revenue receipts and capital receipts, Taxes, Characteristics of a Tax and so on related to this. Taxation and its canons and different types of the canons of taxations. Classification and Choice of Taxes: Direct and indirect, Vat. Merits and demerits of Direct Taxes. Merits and Demerits of Indirect Taxes. Vat and Sales Tax. Details about VAT. Merits and Demerits of VAT.Invest in yourself today and reap the benefits for years to come.The Frameworks of the CourseEngaging video lectures, case studies, assessment, downloadable resources and interactive exercises. This course is created to Learn about Meaning and scope of public finance. Importance and Scope of Public Finance, Subject - matter of Public Finance. Developed Countries and Public Finance, Under-developed Countries and Public Finance. Principles of maximum social advantages. Public revenue: revenue receipts and capital receipts, Taxes, Characteristics of a Tax and so on related to this. Taxation and its canons and different types of the canons of taxations. The development of taxation, Just Distribution of Tax Burden. Expediency theory and Socio-political theory and its evaluation.Classification and Choice of Taxes: Direct and indirect, Vat. Merits and demerits of Direct Taxes. Merits and Demerits of Indirect Taxes. Vat and Sales Tax. Details about VAT. Merits and Demerits of VAT. meaning of Public and Private Debt and its Limitations. Comparison between Private and Public Debt. Effect of public debt: public debt and economic growth, Loans Versus Taxes and Difference between Taxes and Loans, Redemption of Public Debt. Advantages and Disadvantages of the Public DebtThe course includes multiple Case studies, resources like formats-templates-worksheets-reading materials, quizzes, self-assessment, film study and assignments to nurture and upgrade your Public Finance in details.In the first part of the course, you'll learn the details of the Meaning and scope of public finance. Importance and Scope of Public Finance, Subject - matter of Public Finance. Developed Countries and Public Finance, Under-developed Countries and Public Finance. Principles of maximum social advantages. The Thoughtful Facts While Spending, Maximum Social Advantage. Issues related to economic activities of public finance (exp.), Economic effects of public expenditure. Instrument of public finance: concepts and role of budget, Some Concepts Associated with Budgets, A 'Good' Budget and you will learn public revenue: revenue receipts and capital receipts, Taxes, Characteristics of a Tax and so on related to this. Taxation and its canons and different types of the canons of taxations. The development of taxation.In the middle part of the course, you'll learn how to develop a knowledge related to ability to Pay theory: objective and subjective indices, Limitations of Subjective Approach, Impact, shifting and incidence of taxation, Distinction between Impact and Incidence of Taxation and Difference between Tax Avoidance and Tax Evasion. Theories of tax shifting: concentration and diffusion theory. Importance of Incidence Problem Study. Diffusion theory.In the final part of the course, you'll develop the knowledge related to the Classification and Choice of Taxes: Direct and indirect, Vat.Merits and demerits of Direct Taxes. Merits and Demerits of Indirect Taxes. Vat and Sales Tax. Details about VAT. Merits and Demerits of VAT.Effects of taxation on production and growth and Effects on Ability to Work, Saving and Investment.Public Debt: meaning of Public and Private Debt and its Limitations. Comparison between Private and Public Debt. Effect of public debt: public debt and economic growth and also Public Expenditure.Part 1Introduction and Study Plan· Introduction and know your Instructor· Study Plan and Structure of the Course1. Meaning and scope of public finance1.1. Introduction1.2. Importance and Scope of Public Finance1.3. Functions of Modern States1.4. Subject - matter of Public Finance1.5. Trends in Public Finance1.6. National Debt1.7. Activating Finance1.8. Developed Countries and Public Finance1.9. Under-developed Countries and Public Finance2. Principles of maximum social advantages2.1. Introduction2.2. The Thoughtful Facts While Spending2.3. Maximum Social Advantage3. Issues related to economic activities of Public finance (exp.)3.1. Introduction3.2. Economic effects of public expenditure3.3. Other Effects of Public Expenditure4. Instrument of public finance : concepts and role of budget4.1. Introduction4.2. Some Concepts Associated with Budgets4.3. A 'Good' Budget5. Public revenue: revenue receipts and capital receipts5.1. Introduction5.2. Taxes5.3. Characteristics of a Tax5.4. Difference between Fees and Price5.5. Gifts and Grants6. Taxation and its canons6.1. Introduction.6.2. The development of taxation6.3. Canon of Certainty6.4. Canon of Economy6.5. Just Distribution of Tax Burden7. Expediency theory7.1. Introduction.8. Socio-political theory8.1. Introduction8.2. Evaluation of Theory9. Ability to Pay theory: objective and subjective indices9.1. Introduction9.2. Limitations of Subjective Approach Part 210. Impact, shifting and incidence of taxation10.1. Introduction.10.2. Distinction between Impact and Incidence of Taxation10.3. Shifting of Tax10.4. Difference between Tax Avoidance and Tax Evasion11. Theories of tax shifting : concentration and diffusion theory11.1. Introduction.11.2. Importance of Incidence Problem Study12. Diffusion theory12.1. Introduction13. Classification and Choice of Taxes: Direct and indirect, Vat13.1. Introduction13.2. Merits of Direct Taxes13.3. Demerits of Direct Taxes13.4. Merits of Indirect Taxes13.5. Demerits of Indirect Taxes13.6. Definition of Vat13.7. Vat and Sales Tax13.8. Vat and Excise Duty13.9. Various Forms of Value Added Tax13.10. Merits of Vat13.11. Demerits of Vat14. Effects of taxation on production and growth14.1. Introduction14.2. Effects on Ability to Work, Saving and Investment14.3. Effects on the Desire to Work, Save and Invest14.4. Psychological Reaction of the Tax-Payers14.5. Distribution Vs Production14.6. Taxation and Economic Stability14.7. Taxation and Depression15. Public Debt: meaning of Public and Private Debt and its Limitations15.1. Introduction15.2. Comparison between Private and Public Debt15.3. Objectives of Public Debt16. Effect of public debt : public debt and economic growth16.1. Introduction16.2. Loans Versus Taxes16.3. Difference between Taxes and Loans16.4. Redemption of Public Debt16.5. Advantages and Disadvantages of the Public Debt17. Public expenditure17.1. Introduction17.2. Public Expenditure and Economic Life17.3. Other Canons of Public ExpenditurePart 3Assignments· What do you mean by public finance? Note down the answer in your own words.· Why different types of cannons of taxation is important? Explain development of taxation in your own words.· What is the difference between direct and indirect taxes? Note down the answer in your own wordsProcess of Public FinanceCase Study of Public FinanceTemplates of Public FinancePublic finance refers to the management of government revenue, expenditures, and debt in order to achieve various economic and social objectives. It encompasses the processes through which governments collect revenue, allocate resources, and finance public goods and services for the benefit of society. Here are some key aspects of public finance:Revenue Generation: Governments collect revenue through various sources, including taxes (such as income tax, sales tax, property tax), fees, fines, tariffs, and grants. Revenue generation is essential for funding public expenditures and providing essential services and infrastructure.Expenditure Allocation: Governments allocate public funds to finance a wide range of expenditures, including education, healthcare, infrastructure, defense, social welfare programs, public safety, and environmental protection. The allocation of funds is guided by policy priorities, societal needs, and budgetary constraints.Budgeting and Fiscal Policy: Budgeting involves the process of planning, preparing, and implementing government budgets. Fiscal policy refers to the use of taxation, spending, and borrowing by the government to influence economic activity and achieve macroeconomic objectives such as economic growth, price stability, and full employment.Debt Management: Governments may borrow funds through the issuance of bonds, loans, or other debt instruments to finance budget deficits or capital projects. Debt management involves monitoring and managing government debt levels, interest costs, and repayment schedules to ensure fiscal sustainability and debt affordability.Public Goods and Services: Public finance plays a critical role in providing public goods and services that benefit society as a whole and cannot be efficiently provided by the private sector. Examples of public goods include national defense, public infrastructure (such as roads, bridges, and utilities), law enforcement, and public health services.Taxation Policies: Taxation policies influence economic behavior, income distribution, and government revenue. Governments may design tax systems to promote economic efficiency, equity, simplicity, and administrative ease. Taxation policies often involve trade-offs between raising revenue and minimizing distortions to economic incentives.Public Sector Economics: Public finance is closely related to the study of public sector economics, which examines the role of government in the economy, the efficiency and effectiveness of government interventions, and the impact of public policies on resource allocation, income distribution, and economic welfare.Inter-governmental Fiscal Relations: Public finance also involves the study of fiscal relations between different levels of government (such as central, state, and local governments) and the mechanisms for revenue sharing, fiscal transfers, and coordination of fiscal policies to promote fiscal sustainability and inter-governmental equity.Overall, public finance plays a vital role in shaping the economic, social, and political landscape of countries around the world, influencing resource allocation, income distribution, and the overall well-being of citizens. 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  16. Free Download [OFFER] Certification In International Trade And Finance Published 2/2024 MP4 | Video: h264, 1920x1080 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz Language: English | Size: 1.98 GB | Duration: 10h 7m Unlock the world of international trade and finance with theories, applications, standards, case study and templates What you'll learn You will learn the basic framework of International Trade and Finance. You will also be able to learn about trade about engine of growth, measurement of gains. Learn Free trade theory-Absolute Advantage, Comparative Advantage and Opportunity Cost. Modern Theories of International Trade. Learn H-O Theory, Kravis and Linder Theory of Trade. Role of Dynamic Factors: Tastes, Technology and Factors Endowments in Trade You will be able to learn about Rybczynski Theorem, Causes of Emergence and Measurement of Intra-Industry Trade and Its Impact on Developing Economics. Learn Tariff, Quotas and Non-tariff Barriers: Definitions and Types. 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Merits and Demerits of Fixed and Flexible Exchange Rate. Expenditure Reducing and Expenditure Switching Policies. Forms of Economic Cooperation. Static and Dynamic Effects of a Custom Union and Free Trade Organization and SAARC/SAPTA, ASEAN. Regionalism : EU and NAFTA. Multilateralism and WTO. Course Content:Part 1Introduction and Study Plan· Introduction and know your Instructor· Study Plan and Structure of the Course1. Trade as an Engine of Growth1.1. Introduction1.2. A Brief Historical Sketch1.3. Classical Period : International Trade and Growth1.4. Post Classical Period : International Trade and Growth1.5. Models of Endogenous Growth and International Trade2. Measurement of Gains from Trade2.1. Introduction2.2. How to Measure Gains from Trade2.3. An Application to Fair Allocation 3. Free Trade Theory - Absolute Advantage, Comparative Advantage and Opportunity Cost3.1. Introduction3.2. Absolute Advantage Model of Adam Smith3.3. Opportunity Cost and the Pure Theory of Trade4. Modern Theories of International Trade : Theorem of Factor Price Equalization, H-O Theory, Kravis and Linder Theory of Trade4.1. Introduction4.2. The Factor-Price Equalization Theorem4.3. The Stolper-Samuelson Theorem4.4. The Heckscher-Ohlin Theorem (H-O Theory)4.5. Linder Theory of Trade5. Role of Dynamic Factors : Tastes, Technology and Factors Endowments in Trade5.1. Introduction5.2. Growth in Factor Supplies Through Time5.3. Change in Tastes and Trade5.4. Dynamic Factors, Trade and Development5.5. Factors Endowment in Trade6. Rybczynski Theorem6.1. Introduction.7. Causes of Emergence and Measurement of Intra-Industry Trade and Its Impact on Developing Economics7.1. Introduction.7.2. The Determinants of Intra-Industry Trade7.3. Intra-Industry Trade Theory and Developing Economics8. Tariff, Quotas and Non-tariff Barriers : Definitions and Types8.1. Introduction8.2. Types of Tariffs9. Economic Effects of Tariff and Quotas on National Income, Output and Employment9.1. IntroductionPart 210. Political Economy of Non-tariff Barriers : and Their Applications10.1. Introduction.10.2. Statist Approaches to Trade Policy10.3. The Relationship between Tariffs and NTBs11. Balance of Payments and Balance of Trade : Meaning and Components11.1. Introduction.11.2. Balance of Payments on Current Account11.3. Balance of Payments on Capital Account11.4. Basic Balance11.5. Balance of Payments Settlement and Adjustment11.6. 'Full Employment' Equilibrium or 'True' Balance11.7. Balance of Payments and Economic Policy12. Equilibrium and Disequilibrium in BOP12.1. Introduction13. BOP Adjustment : Monetary Approach13.1. Introduction14. Exchange Rate : Meaning and Components14.1. Introduction14.2. Conversion of Partnership Firm into Company15. Theories of Determination of Exchange Rate (PPP, Monetary)15.1. Introduction15.2. Monetary Models of Exchange Rate Determination16. Theories of Determination of Exchange Rate(Portfolio and Balance of Payments)16.1. Introduction16.2. Volatility and Risk17. Process of Adjustments : Gold Standard, Fixed Exchange Rates and Flexible Exchange Rate17.1. Introduction17.2. Symmetric Monetary Adjustment Under a Gold Standard18. Merits and Demerits of Fixed and Flexible Exchange Rate18.1. Introduction18.2. Difference between fixed and the flexible exchange rates19. Expenditure Reducing and Expenditure Switching Policies19.1. Introduction19.2. The Expenditure Switching Policy : Devaluation20. Forms of Economic Cooperation20.1. Introduction20.2. International Economic Cooperation20.3. International Trade20.4. Developing Country Debts21. Static and Dynamic Effects of a Custom Union and Free Trade Organization21.1. Introduction21.2. The Trade Regimes21.3. The Effects of Customs Union22. SAARC/SAPTA, ASEAN22.1. Introduction22.2. ASEAN-INDIA22.3. The ASEAN Century23. Regionalism : EU and NAFTA23.1. Introduction23.2. A Turning Point24. Multilateralism and WTO24.1. Introduction24.2. WTO (World Trade Organization)24.3. Why Should a Country Join the WTO ?24.4. Principles of the Multilateral Trading System Under the WTO24.5. General Agreement on Trade in Services24.6. Ministerial Conferences and Emerging IssuesPart 3AssignmentsInternational trade and financeInternational trade and finance processInternational trade and finance case study 1International trade and finance case study 2International trade and finance case study templates Overview Section 1: Introduction Lecture 1 Introduction and Study Plan Section 2: 1. Trade as an Engine of Growth Lecture 2 2. Unit 1.1. Trade as an engine of growth (Introduction) Lecture 3 3. Unit 1.2. A Brief Historical Sketch Lecture 4 4. Unit 1.3. Classical Period - International Trade and Growth Lecture 5 5. Unit 1.4. Post classical period - International Trade and Growth Lecture 6 6. Unit 1.5. Models of Endogenous growth and international Trade Section 3: 2. Measurement of Gains from Trade Lecture 7 7. Unit 2.1. Measurement of Gains from Trade(Introduction) Lecture 8 8. Unit 2.2. How to measure Gains from Trade Lecture 9 9. Unit 2.3. An application to fair allocation Section 4: 3. Free Trade Theory - Absolute Advantage, Comparative Advantage and Opportunity Lecture 10 10. Unit 3.1. Free trade theory- Absolute advantage, Comparative advantage Lecture 11 11. Unit 3.2. Absolute advantage model of Adam Smith Lecture 12 12. Unit 3.3. Opportunity cost and the pure theory of trade Section 5: 4. Theorem of Factor Price Equalization,H-O Theory, Kravis and Linder Theory Lecture 13 13. Unit 4.1. Modern Theories of international Trade Theorem of factor price Lecture 14 14. Unit 4.2. The Factor Price Equalization Theorem Lecture 15 15. Unit 4.3. The stolper-Samuelson Theorem Lecture 16 16. Unit 4.4. The Heckscher-Ohlin Theorem (H-O Theory) Lecture 17 17. Unit 4.5. Linder theory of trade Section 6: 5. Role of Dynamic Factors : Tastes, Technology and Factors Endowments in Trade Lecture 18 18. Unit 5.1. Role of dynamic factors Taste, technology and factors endowment Lecture 19 19. Unit 5.2.;Growthin factor supplies through time Lecture 20 20. Unit 5.3. Change in taste and trade Lecture 21 21. Unit 5.4. Dynamic factors,trade and development Lecture 22 22. Unit 5.5. Factors endowment in Trade Section 7: 6. Rybczynski Theorem Lecture 23 23. Unit 6.1. Rybczynski Theorem (Introduction) Section 8: 7. Causes of Emergence and Measurement of Intra-Industry Trade and Its Impact Lecture 24 24. Unit 7.1. Causes of emergence and measurement of Intra- Industry Trade Lecture 25 25. Unit 7.2. The determinants of Intra-Industry Trade Lecture 26 26. Unit 7.3. Intra - Industry Trade theory and Developing economics Section 9: 8. Tariff, Quotas and Non-tariff Barriers : Definitions and Types Lecture 27 27. Unit 8.1. Tariff,Quotas and Non Tariff barriers Definitions and types Lecture 28 28. Unit 8.2. Types of Tariffs Section 10: 9. Economic Effects of Tariff and Quotas on National Income Lecture 29 29. 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  19. Free Download [OFFER] Certification In Narrative Therapy - Fully Accredited Published 1/2024 MP4 | Video: h264, 1920x1080 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz Language: English | Size: 330.31 MB | Duration: 1h 49m A narrative therapy certification masterclass to teach you to heal trauma, loss, grief, stress, depression, PTSD etc. What you'll learn Step-by-Step Narrative Therapy Techniques Narrative Therapy Session with Individuals Narrative Therapy Session with Couples Narrative Therapy Session with Families Narrative Therapy for Anxiety Narrative Therapy for Depression Narrative Therapy for Grief Narrative Therapy for Trauma Narrative Therapy for PTSD Requirements None. Description This IAOTH, UK accredited certificate course in Narrative Therapy will enable you to help yourself and others manage trauma, loss, grief, stress, depression, PTSD, etc. through narrative psychotherapy / narrative treatment. 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Learn about data manipulation techniques and important concepts around data transposition and normalization. Learn about descriptive statistics, inferential statistics, and various analytic techniques. Identify common analytics tools used in data analysis Learn about the importance of Structured Query Language (SQL) and its main components. Describe the importance of data governance, data stewardship and quality controls to ensure compliance and data consistency. Identify the compliance requirements, security controls and privacy. Requirements No requirements or experience needed for the course. The CompTIA Data plus exam does have specific recommendations for experience so please review Description The demand for data professionals has been exponentially growing year over year and becoming CompTIA Data Plus (DAO-001) Certified can really elevate your career opportunities in the world of data and business analytics.Data is the foundation for many organizations and offers the potential for growth in almost any industry. Data analysts collect, store, transform, maintain, analyze, and secure data for use in their organizations.A CompTIA Data Plus certified professional is proficient at the collection, analysis, and visualization of data that provides value so that their organizations achieve goals and can make complex business decisions.The Data+ exam is designed to be a vendor-neutral certification for data professionals and those seeking to enter the data fields.Did you know in Oct 2023, the average salary for a Data Analyst is $74,753 dollars per year in United States according to Glassdoor.Entry level business analysts in the United States can start at $64,026 per year while the most sought-after solutions architects can make over $154,000 per year.Once you complete this CompTIA Data Plus Certification Crash Course you will truly be prepared to take your place amongst the highly sought-after data professionals in your organization.About the CourseIn this course we focus on preparing you for a successful sitting for the challenging CompTIA Data Plus DA0-001 exam.This course provides full content, free practice questions and study eBook as well optional demonstration and exercises.An important aspect that data professional must know is focused on data mining, data manipulation as well as visualizing and reporting data to stakeholders.So, whether applying basic statistical methods or analyzing complex datasets while adhering to governance and quality standards throughout the entire data life cycle a data professional is an important role to enterprises.All of the exam objectives are covered as specified by CompTIA for the exam in these domains.Data Concepts and EnvironmentsData MiningData AnalysisData VisualizationData Governance, Quality, and ControlsABOUT THE COMPTIA DATA+ CERTIFICATIONCompTIA Data+ is an early-career data analytics certification for professionals tasked with developing and promoting data-driven business decision-making. The certification validates the data analytics skills and competencies that are needed to organize, understand, and act on relevant data.This course covers 100% of the DA0-001 objective domains and also provides exam test tips, topic focused demonstrations and over 100 practice questions along with a free downloadable study guide.What will you learn in the course?Understand the importance of the CompTIA Data Plus exam and its objectives.You'll learn to how to collect, analyze, and report on various types of commonly used data.You'll learn about how to transform raw data into usable information for your stakeholders.Learn about database types, data structures, data schemes and other important aspects of data management.Understand how JSON data, HTML data, and XML data is used with data professionals.Understand how ETL and ELT processes work, how APIs connect us to the cloud and learn about profiling datasets.Learn about data manipulation techniques and important concepts around data transposition and normalization.Learn about descriptive statistics, inferential statistics, and various analytic techniques.Identify common analytics tools used in data analysis.Learn about the importance of Structured Query Language (SQL) and its main components.Learn about reporting, reporting dashboards and the various visualization types.Describe the importance of data governance, data stewardship and quality controls to ensure compliance and data consistency.Identify the compliance requirements, security controls and privacy.Course Content CoveredCourse WelcomeCourse OverviewInstructor IntroductionWhat is the CompTIA Data Plus ExamExam ObjectivesExam Acronym ListData Roles to KnowThe Importance of DataDownload Course ResourcesData Concepts and EnvironmentsData SchemesData DimensionsDatabasesDemonstration - Google Cloud SQLData Warehouses and Data LakesOnline transactional processing (OLTP)Demonstration - AWS RedshiftOnline Analytical Processing (OLAP)What is a Schema?Importance of DimensionsDemonstration - Google Cloud Big Query (OLAP)Data TypesDemonstration - File TypesDemonstration - Deploy SQL Demo BenchData StructuresWhat is a Data StructureStructuredUnstructuredSemi StructuredData File FormatsBig Data File FormatsWhat is Columnar FormatData CompressionModule Summary ReviewModule Review QuestionsData MiningUnderstanding Data AcquisitionIntegration ConceptsWhat is An API?Demonstration - APIsData Collection Method OptionsDemonstration - Google Big Query Sample DataWhiteboard Discussion - Data CollectionData Cleansing and ProfilingWhiteboard Discussion - Data Cleansing/ProfilingDemonstration - Excel Data Cleansing and ProfilingData OutliersUnderstanding Data Manipulation TechniquesRecoding DataMerge DataEliminate RedundancyData NormalizationETLScenario - Data ManipulationCommon techniques for data manipulation and query optimizationData Manipulation WorkflowData Manipulation TechniquesQuery OptimizationDemonstration - Query OptimizationModule Summary ReviewModule Review QuestionsData AnalysisUnderstanding Descriptive Statistical MethodsMeasures of TendencyMeasures of DispersionUnderstanding PercentagesUnderstanding Inferential Statistical MethodsHypothesis TestingLinear Regression and CorrelationSummarize types of analysis and key analysis techniquesDefine Exploratory Data AnalysisPerformance AnalysisLink AnalysisCommon Data Tool SetsDemonstration - MS ExcelDemonstration - Power BIDemonstration - AWS QuicksightModule Summary ReviewModule Review QuestionsData VisualizationModule OverviewTranslate Business Requirements to ReportsDesign ComponentsDemonstration - Reports and ComponentsDashboard DesignDashboard ComponentsDemonstration - Dashboard ComponentsData Sources and AttributesConsumersDelivery and DevelopmentVisualization TypesUnderstanding Chart TypesUnderstanding Plot TypesUnderstanding MappingDemonstration - VisualizationCompare and Contrast ReportsReports Type OverviewRecurring Report TypesStatic and Dynamic ReportsDemonstration - ComplianceModule Summary ReviewModule Review QuestionsData Governance, Quality and ControlsModule OverviewData GovernanceRequirementsData ClassificationData PrivacyData BreachesData Quality ControlData ChecksData TransformationData ValidationData QualityData Quality DimensionsRules and MetricsMaster Data Management (MDM)Module Summary ReviewModule Review QuestionsExam Preparation and Practice ExamsExam ExperienceCertification CPE RequirementsCourse Content ReviewTop Ten Things to Know for the ExamPractice Questions Pool 1Practice Questions Pool 2Additional ResourcesCourse CloseoutWho should take this course (Target Audience)?Beginners looking for an entry point into the data world.Data Engineers, Data Analysts with some experience working with data.Software professionals, Database professionals looking to boost their knowledge and skillsetsWhat are the Couse Pre Requirements?There are no course pre-requirements. Who this course is for Beginners looking for an entry point into the data world. Data Engineers, Data Analysts with some experience working with data. Software professionals, Datababase professionals, IT professionals looking to obtain a data focused certification Homepage Say "Thank You" Recommend Download Link Hight Speed | Please Say Thanks Keep Topic Live [Hidden Content]
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