Main Purpose Sample Clauses

Main Purpose. The Company’s purpose will be the worldwide marketing and sales of the Technology and the products (as these terms are defined bellow), or any such other activities as the Company may at any time determine, and to engage in any other lawful act or activity (the “Company’s Business”).
Main Purpose. To prioritise for support and re-integrate the young people accessing the 2 Core Offer Inclusion Placements back into their home school at the end of the Engagement Programme with The Bridge School. This will enable the young person to have skills and self-regulation strategies to successful re-integrate into their home school and their learning. Operational FrameworkAttendance at termly Multi-agency Inclusion Planning meetings with other LA colleagues and school Inclusion Lead to identify young people who will be accessing the 2 Core Offer Inclusion Placements at The Bridge School. (Lead Teacher)  Prioritise, develop and implement plans for the effective transition prior to the young person accessing the Core Offer Inclusion Placement at The Bridge School. This will include observations of the pupil whilst in school, developing an individual behaviour profile and liaising with key school staff and other colleagues to identify barriers to positive behaviour management and possible strategies. (Lead Teacher and Learning Mentor)  Once accessing a Core Offer Inclusion Placement monitor the young person’s progress, undertake observations and evaluate and update the young person’s behaviour profile to reflect their changes in behaviour and effective behaviour management strategies. (Lead Teacher and Learning Mentor)  Liaise with both The Bridge staff and the home school Inclusion Lead to identify the young person’s re- integration date back to the home school. (Lead Teacher)  Develop a comprehensive re-integration plan for the young person which is regularly reviewed with the young person, parent/carer and home school.  Provide support for the young person during the re-integration into their home school based on the needs of individual young person. (Learning mentor)  Provide a link between the home school, the young person, parent/carer and The Bridge School throughout the Core Offer Inclusion Placement and re-integration period. (Lead Teacher and Learning Mentor)  Work alongside staff in order to support the implementation of positive behaviour strategies for the young person and model outstanding practice. (Lead Teacher and Learning Mentor)  Develop and provide programmes of work delivered directly to the individual young person. (Lead Teacher and Learning Mentor)  Provide challenge to the home school if the re-integration plan and agreed behaviour profile and strategies are not being implemented robustly. (Lead Teacher)  Provide professional r...
Main Purpose. Shall be responsible for the coordination of ALL procurements under the Project. Shall advise and assist the Project Coordinator on all procurement issues in connection with the implementation of the SADC/AfDB ACMAD DMC/CSC Project within the I&S Directorate.
Main Purpose. Axhausen (2000) also discussed the need to have pre-determined rules for selecting the main or primary purpose of a trip chain (or tour). Typical rules include categorising the main purpose of the chain or tour by:• Identifying the activity with the longest duration• Creating hierarchies based on the assumed strength of the activity to shape the individual’s movement. Our review of international experience indicated that many studies use a combination of the two to determine the primary purpose. Initially, we adopted a hierarchy of activities (or purposes) ranked by priority, as introduced by Reichman (1976; in Krizek 2003, p.396), and subsequently used by many others including Bianco and Lawson (1998), Ben-Akiva and Bowman (1999) and Shiftan and Suhrbier (2002): • Subsistence – work or educationMaintenancepersonal business, social welfare, shoppingDiscretionary (labelledLeisure” in several reports e.g. Ben-Akiva and Bowman 1999) – social and recreational However, we found that there were a number of chains whose main purpose did not fit into these three categories. Thus, we adopted these categories originally used in the LTSA 1997/98 NZHTS: • Accompanying someone else – this delineates situations where an individual is travelling somewhere for a purpose other than their own: for example, a child is accompanying a parent / caregiver to do the family shopping or for the parent’s visit to the doctor; a parent is accompanying a child on a trip to or from school (including walking them to school) or to take their child to an activity that the child is participating in; someone taking their mum to the doctor, and so on. If an individual drives to work but goes out of their way to drop off a partner at their workplace, the first segment will be coded to ‘accompanying someone else’. In other studies, this type of segment has sometimes been denoted as “serve passenger”.• Home – where the purpose, usually of a single segment chain, was to return home• Change mode – where the only purpose of the chain / tour appeared to be changing from one mode to another. These reasons are used hierarchically; that is, a chain or tour with any segment having the purpose “work” is classified as Subsistence, regardless of the other purposes found within the chain or tour.
Main Purpose. 2.1 The Federation has established the Scheme and constituted the Fund under irrevocable trusts to commence on and operate from 1 July 2006 and to be administered in accordance with the Pensions Act and with this Deed and the Rules scheduled hereto.
Main Purpose. 2.1. The main purpose of this Agreement is to provide for terms and conditions that apply across the Legal Aid Commission (ACT) ‘the Commission’ and terms and conditions that reflect the particular operational and business requirements of the Commission.
Main Purpose. The main purpose of this Agreement is to confirm the wages, terms and conditions to be applied for the City of Bayswater inside workforce.