Assessing Sample Clauses

Assessing. 15.1. If your organisation enters into the assessing stage as detailed at paragraph 17.5 below, and following our assessment of your SQ, if we are not satisfied with the response(s) you have provided, we will transfer your organisation from the ‘Assessing’ stage to ‘Registered 1’ stage.
Assessing. The Employer will pay unit members in assessing one hundred and fifty ($150) dollars, annually in January each year. No receipts will be required upon receipt of the one hundred and fifty ($150) dollars. In addition, the Employer shall provide each member in Assessing with six (6) polo shirts initially and three (3) annually thereafter, bearing the Chesterfield Township logo for identification in the field.
Assessing. The role of assessing course progress is held jointly by the overseas student’s teacher and the DOS. The teacher is responsible for having a clear understanding of the Monitoring Overseas Student Progress Policy, particularly when an intervention needs to occur. This policy is part of the policies and procedures folder accessible in all computers used by Diversitat Training teachers. It is the teacher’s job to notify the DOS in writing when a particular student needs an intervention. The DOS is also responsible for assessing course progress. They must regularly monitor student summative test results to ensure that teachers are fulfilling their obligations regarding monitoring course progress and to also ensure all students who need an intervention receive one.

Related to Assessing

  • Feasibility Each of the Project Budget, the Project Schedule and the Disbursement Schedule is realistic and feasible.

  • Evaluation 1. The purposes of evaluation provisions include providing employees with feedback, and employers and employees with the opportunity and responsibility to address concerns. Where a grievance proceeds to arbitration, the arbitrator must consider these purposes, and may relieve on just and reasonable terms against breaches of time limits or other procedural requirements.

  • Outcomes Committed children will be supported and treated in a congregate care setting for as long as needed so that the child may be safely returned home, or placed in a permanent adoptive home or in another less restrictive setting. These services must be family driven, youth guided, time limited, intensive, evidence informed practices that promote the child welfare goals of safety, permanency, well-being, and stability.

  • Developing Educator Plan shall mean a plan developed by the Educator and the Evaluator for one school year or less for an Educator without Professional Teacher Status (PTS); or, at the discretion of an Evaluator, for an Educator with PTS in a new assignment.

  • Independence of the Parties This Agreement shall not constitute the designation of either party as the representative or agent of the other, nor shall either party by this Agreement have the right or authority to make any promise, guarantee, warranty, or representation, or to assume, create, or incur any liability or other obligation of any kind, express or implied, against or in the name of, or on behalf of, the other, except as described herein.

  • Monitoring In each case in which the Foreign Custody Manager maintains Foreign Assets with an Eligible Foreign Custodian selected by the Foreign Custody Manager, the Foreign Custody Manager shall establish a system to monitor (i) the appropriateness of maintaining the Foreign Assets with such Eligible Foreign Custodian and (ii) the contract governing the custody arrangements established by the Foreign Custody Manager with the Eligible Foreign Custodian. In the event the Foreign Custody Manager determines that the custody arrangements with an Eligible Foreign Custodian it has selected are no longer appropriate, the Foreign Custody Manager shall notify the Board in accordance with Section 3.2.5 hereunder.

  • Auditing The Managers shall at all times maintain and keep true and correct accounts and shall make the same available for inspection and auditing by the Owners at such times as may be mutually agreed. On the termination, for whatever reasons, of this Agreement, the Managers shall release to the Owners, if so requested, the originals where possible, or otherwise certified copies, of all such accounts and all documents specifically relating to the Vessel and her operation.

  • Screening 3.13.1 Refuse containers located outside the building shall be fully screened from adjacent properties and from streets by means of opaque fencing or masonry walls with suitable landscaping.

  • Experience The undersigned has such knowledge and experience in financial and business matters that the undersigned is capable of evaluating the merits and risks of investment in the Company and of making an informed investment decision. The undersigned has adequate means of providing for the undersigned's current needs and possible future contingencies and the undersigned has no need, and anticipates no need in the foreseeable future, to sell the Shares for which the undersigned subscribes. The undersigned is able to bear the economic risks of this investment and, consequently, without limiting the generality of the foregoing, the undersigned is able to hold the Shares for an indefinite period of time and has sufficient net worth to sustain a loss of the undersigned's entire investment in the Company in the event such loss should occur. Except as otherwise indicated herein, the undersigned is the sole party in interest as to its investment in the Company, and it is acquiring the Shares solely for investment for the undersigned's own account and has no present agreement, understanding or arrangement to subdivide, sell, assign, transfer or otherwise dispose of all or any part of the Shares subscribed for to any other person.

  • CONSIDERING That at the Santa Xxxx Summit of the Americas meeting of Heads of State in 1996, the Inter-American Biodiversity Information Network (hereinafter “IABIN”) was created with the objective of providing a networking information infrastructure (such as standards and protocols) and biodiversity information content required by the countries of the Americas to improve decision-making, particularly for issues at the interface of human development and biodiversity conservation; That through IABIN, access will be made available to scientific information currently scattered throughout the world in different institutions, such as government organizations, museums, botanical gardens, universities, and nongovernmental organizations (NGOs); That in order to fund the building of IABIN, GS/OAS and the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (hereinafter the Bank) acting as an Implementing Agency of the Global Environment Facility (hereinafter the GEF) Trust Fund, approved the GEF Trust Fund Grant Agreement effective on October 4, 2004, as amended on February 10, 2006, June 26 2006, and December 19 2008 with GS/OAS (Annex 1 hereto) in an amount equal to US$6,000,000 (”Master Agreement”); That Article III of the Master Agreement provides that GS/OAS shall enter into sub-project agreements with “Eligible Institutions” to carry out certain project tasks and functions , and the Institution has been designated an “Eligible Institution” under the terms of that Agreement; and That GS/OAS is the central and permanent organ of the Organization of American States and is authorized to carry out relations of cooperation in accordance with Article 112(h) of the Charter and OAS General Assembly Resolution AG/RES. 57 (I- O/71); HAVE AGREED to sign this Project Agreement (hereinafter “Agreement”), based on the following provisions: ARTICLE I OBJECTIVE